Superhero Bits: Suicide Squad as a Horror Film, Gotham City Sirens, Lynda Carter on Supergirl & More
Posted on Friday, August 19th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
Who are the best villains Batman has faced? Are the soundtracks for Hollywood movies like Suicide Squad getting obvious and lazy with their musical choices? Could Suicide Squad be considered a horror film? Want to see Lynda Carter as the President on the set of Supergirl? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.
Here’s a first look at Jason O’Mara as the new director from the forthcoming new season of Agents of SHIELD.
ComicBook.com picks five potential Marvel television series that would be better on Hulu instead of Netflix.
DC All Access runs through the Top 10 Justice League moments in anticipation of next year’s movie.
Independence Day: Resurgence star Joey King has landed the role of Magenta in the next season of The Flash.
A flat Stan Lee rides The Incredible Hulk roller coaster, which has officially roared back to life.
ComicBook.com runs through 10 characters they’d like to see make their way into Suicide Squad 2.
See how some artists imagine modern comic book characters as if they existed in the Golden Age of comics.
The Suicide Squad soundtrack is on track to be the #1 album on top of the Billboard charts for a second week.
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