X-Men Dark Phoenix

How did HBO Asia troll Zack Snyder fans who want the director’s cut of Justice League? What’s the next movie that Shazam director David F. Sandberg would like to tackle from DC Comics? Which blockbuster cinematographer will be shooting the Black Widow movie? Which Oscars categories shortlisted all three of Marvel‘s 2018 releases? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Crisis on Infinite Earth - Boss Logic Poster

What was the alternate title for Elseworlds that ended up getting abandoned? Is Jonah Hill preparing to play The Penguin in the DCEU? Want to hear some NSFW outtakes for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? Want a chance to attend the Birds of Prey premiere? When is the next draft of The Batman due? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Suicide Squad - King Shark Concept Art

Want to see what King Shark might have looked like in Suicide Squad? What did Daredevil showrunner Erik Oleson have to say about the cancellation of the series? What would a James Wan directed Batman movie be like? What other Marvel character officially survived The Snappening according to an Infinity War follow-up comic? When does the Avengers 4 trailer arrive? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits right here. Read More »

Swamp Thing cast Kevin Durand

DC Universe’s Swamp Thing series continues to amass actors. The latest: Kevin Durand, who appeared on LostLegion and more, has come aboard the Swamp Thing cast as Dr. Jason Woodrue, a character who eventually becomes the super-villain Floronic Man. Swamp Thing brings the monstrous comic book character created by by writer Len Wein and artist Bernie Wrightson to life, placing it alongside other DC Universe shows like Titans and Doom Patrol.

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Avengers Infinity War - Red Skull Concept Art

Why was Marvel initially concerned about the Outrider creatures in Avengers: Infinity War? When does the next chapter of Spider-Man PS4 DLC arrive? Want to see Death of Superman and Reign of the Supermen in theaters? How did Avengers: Infinity War keep Loki‘s death a secret? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Veronica Mars cast

Yesterday’s revival of The 4400 was Exhibit 9,457 in the ongoing case of Hollywood’s reliance on established intellectual property, and two upcoming TV shows, Veronica Mars and Swamp Thing, are both squarely in that category as well. New casting information for both shows has been revealed, and you can learn about the newest cast members below. Read More »

swamp thing tv series cast

Andy Bean, who plays the adult Stan in the upcoming It Chapter Two, has joined the Swamp Thing TV series cast. Bean will play Alec Holland, the man destined to become Swamp Thing. Derek Mears will take over for Bean after the character transforms into Swamp Thing. Mears had been rumored for the part before, but now it’s official. The Swamp Thing TV series is headed to the DC streaming service DC Universe, where it joins Titans, the animated Harley Quinn, and more.

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swamp thing cast

Meet the Sunderlands. Will Patton and Virginia Madsen have been cast as Avery and Maria Sunderland, respectively, in DC Universe’s upcoming Swamp Thing. The pair will be joining the Swamp Thing cast, which already includes Crystal Reed, and Maria Sten.

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Mondo Venom Print

What character is Jennifer Beals playing in Swamp Thing? How does Kingpin get out of prison in Daredevil season 3? Are you in the market for a new Venom print from Mondo? Did you notice the subatomic city in Ant-Man and the Wasp? Is there another mysterious villain in Spider-Man: Far From Home? Why does Matt Murdock go back to the black suit in Daredevil? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

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DC Universe Shows

Over the weekend, the DC Universe subscription service officially launched, giving fans access to loads of comic books, movies, animated series and more from the world of DC Comics. The crown jewel of the DC Universe subscription won’t arrive in October when the original series Titans debuts, but once it does, it will be the beginning of a constant stream of original programming week after week.

Beginning with Titans, DC Universe will debut one new episode of an original series each week. However, that will increase as time goes on and the number of original projects grows. Find out more about the DC Universe release plans below. Read More »