Superman canceled? Not quite. DC Comics is canceling the ongoing Superman title in July, but it will be replaced by a new book, Superman: Son of Kal-El. This new comic book series will be led by none other than…you guessed it, Superman’s son.
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Leave it to James Gunn to dig deep in the DC Comics canon to find a new obscure superhero to add to the Peacemaker ensemble. Nhut Le has been cast in the HBO Max The Suicide Squad spin-off as Judomaster, joining a cast that is led by John Cena.
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Four new DC Comics characters are getting the spotlight in new DC Showcase animated shorts to be released between 2021 to 2022. The animated shorts will be included on upcoming releases of the animated DC Universe Movies, as bonus features.
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Now that all the original shows created for the DC Universe service are heading to HBO Max, the subscription service will officially be rebranded on January 21 as DC Universe Infinite. Returning to DC Comics roots, the platform will revert to being a subscription for digital comics, featuring the largest collection of DC Comics titles anywhere, including selections from Vertigo, DC Black Label, and the recently revived Milestone Media. Read More »
Look, the holiday season isn’t going to be nearly as joyous as we’d like it to be. Thanks to the continued spread of the coronavirus, it won’t be a good idea to have any massive family gathers, especially in the heart of regular flu season. That’s why it might be a good idea to stock up on some massive 3,000-piece jigsaw puzzles featuring iconography from the likes of The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Marvel, DC Comics and more. Check them out below. Read More »
When HBO Max launched earlier this year and touted the huge catalog of movies, TV shows, and animated series based on DC Comics, it felt like it was only a matter of time before the DC Universe streaming came to an end. The writing on the wall came when Doom Patrol and Harley Quinn became available on HBO Max, and now it’s official: DC Universe will be no more in 2021, and it will be rebranded as DC Universe Infinite, solely a comic book subscription service.
The good news is that all the original DC Comics shows that previously called DC Universe their home will continue to live on at HBO Max. And if you’re a current DC Universe subscriber, you can easily upgrade to HBO Max for a limited time promotional price. Get all the details below. Read More »
Warner Bros. has announced that DC FanDome, its first-ever virtual convention dedicated to all things DC Comics and the films and TV shows those comics have inspired, will now be split over the course of two days.
The biggest date to keep circled on your calendar is still this Saturday, August 22 – that’s when the biggest movie panels will be taking place in the virtual Hall of Heroes, showcasing panels discussions and (probably) footage for upcoming films like Wonder Woman 1984, The Batman, The Suicide Squad, and more.
But now the smaller panels are being split off into their own day on September 12. And while the Hall of Heroes content will still be broadcast at specific times, everything on FanDome’s second day will be available on demand, so you can curate your own schedule and watch what you want, when you want it. Read More »
If you’re a fan of DC Comics, the DC Extended Universe, and/or The CW’s Arrowverse of TV shows, clear your schedule for Saturday, August 22, 2020.
DC FanDome, Warner Bros.’ upcoming event celebrating all things DC Comics-related, has released its complete schedule for the entire event, and it’s full of panels dedicated to huge movies like The Batman, Wonder Woman 1984, and Black Adam, and tons of shows ranging from The Flash to the animated Harley Quinn series. Find out how to build your own customizable, interactive schedule for the event, and see which panels we’re most interested in below. Read More »
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Constantine is already aging like a fine wine. 15 years after the release of the supernatural action movie, based on the Vertigo comic book series, it’s only grown more beloved among fans. While nostalgia may play a part, the film itself is an artful and character-driven comic book that is unlike most major blockbusters. Constantine is an anomaly. A sequel to the modest hit was talked about for years, but it never came to fruition.
Nonetheless, filmmaker Francis Lawrence, Keanu Reeves, and producer Akiva Goldsman still want another crack at the chainsmoking, anti-hero demon fighter.
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HBO Max’s rollout wasn’t as notoriously bad as Quibi’s, but the team behind WarnerMedia’s new streaming service probably would have benefited from being a little clearer about the availability of certain movies and shows on the platform. That extends to its roster of DC-centric content, because while the company previously announced that movies like Justice League, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and more would be leaving the service on July 1, it has since changed course on that. Now those movies (and several others) will be available on HBO Max through December of this year. Get the details below.
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