Superman Villains Who Should Appear in The CW’s Superman and Lois TV Show

With the Superman and Lois TV show arriving on our screens in 2021, we’re going to see a Superman show with Clark in the midst of his time as Superman for the first time since the 1990s. The opportunity to see modern takes on a number of classic Superman villains is an exciting one andContinue reading “Superman Villains Who Should Appear in The CW’s Superman and Lois TV Show”

Man of Steel Star Michael Shannon Gives His Opinion on Snydercut

Man of Steel star Michael Shannon has revealed how happy he is for director Zack Snyder and the release of his Justice League movie. Shannon – who worked with Snyder on Man of Steel back in 2013 – appeared on the LightCast pod and spoke openly about how happy he was for Snyder. “I’ll tellContinue reading “Man of Steel Star Michael Shannon Gives His Opinion on Snydercut”

Zack Snyder Reveals Which Robin DCEU Joker Killed and No, it’s Not Jason Todd

Zack Snyder has revealed which Robin was killed by the Joker in the DCEU and surprisingly it’s not Jason Todd. In Batman vs. Superman, we see a Robin costume which has been defaced by the Joker and it’s revealed that the Dark Knight’s sidekick was killed by the Clown Prince of Crime. While many –Continue reading “Zack Snyder Reveals Which Robin DCEU Joker Killed and No, it’s Not Jason Todd”

What Makes Superman so Special

Superman was the first superhero. The blueprint for what was to come, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster’s creation paved the way for every superhero that followed him and without the creation of Superman there would be no superheroes, no Marvel Cinematic Universe, no Batman The Animated Series, no Spider-Man PS4. Superman and his success isContinue reading “What Makes Superman so Special”

Former DC Publisher Dan Didio Denies 5G Rumor

One of the biggest announcements in the comic world last year was the reveal that DC were heading towards another reboot. Coined the ‘5G Initiative’ the event would see all of DC’s marquee characters aged up and replaced by younger counterparts, with Jonathan Kent as Superman and Luke Fox as Batman just to name aContinue reading “Former DC Publisher Dan Didio Denies 5G Rumor”

The Flash #755 Kills off Major Character

The latest issue in Joshua Williamson’s Flash run killed off a major character from Barry Allen’s world. Following a team up between The a Flash, Reverse-Flash and Godspeed to take down Paradox, Eobard Thawne killed Godspeed by snapping his neck. Thawne then promised to assemble his own ‘Reverse-Flash team’ to take on Barry and hisContinue reading “The Flash #755 Kills off Major Character”

Brian Michael Bendis Set to Leave Superman Comics

Comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis recently revealed his time writing the Superman books were coming to an end. Bendis has been writing Superman for a couple of years now, but – during an episode of David Harper’s Off Panel podcast – the writer revealed his time writing the Man of Steel was almost done.Continue reading “Brian Michael Bendis Set to Leave Superman Comics”

Zack Snyder Confirms One Huge Change He’ll Make From Whedon’s Justice League

After it was announced that Zack Snyder’s original version of the Justice League movie would be released in 2021, many fans eagerly began speculating on the differences we may see in the Snydercut compared to Joss Whedon’s movie. Snyder himself recently confirmed one huge change he would make was changing the crazy lighting that appearedContinue reading “Zack Snyder Confirms One Huge Change He’ll Make From Whedon’s Justice League”

Batman/Superman #9 Review

Writer: Joshua WilliamsonArtist: Clayton Henry After a three month break, Batman/Superman returned with its ninth issue and kick started a brand new story arc. There’s going to be spoilers below so if you haven’t read the book already and don’t want it spoiled then here’s a SPOILER ALERT! Moving on from the battle between R’asContinue reading “Batman/Superman #9 Review”

DCeased: Hope at World’s End #2 Review

Writer: Tom TaylorArtist: Renato Guedes Similarly to the first issue of Tom Taylor’s new digital first DCeased story, Hope at World’s End continued to show the readers a more in depth look at what Superman and the Justice League were doing during the early days of the outbreak. This book however gave a glimpse atContinue reading “DCeased: Hope at World’s End #2 Review”