In the story about a young Detective James Gordon In September, news broke that Fox made a series commitment to Gotham, a new live-action show that will follow the adventures of a young Detective…
Gal Gadot has landed one of the female leads in the untitled “Batman vs. Superman” movie. More to come…
The CW announced today that they had cast Katrina Law as Nyssa, the illegitimate daughter of Ra’s al Ghul, TV Guide reports.
Following Cynthia Addai-Robinson (Amanda Waller) and Manu Bennett (Slade Wilson), she is now the third Spartacus alumnus to take a role on Arrow.
Comic book artist and illustrator Dean Trippe is a victim of childhood sexual abuse. In his “Something Terrible” web comic, he addresses the fear, depression
This is amazing. Give it a look.
This is never good..
Oh, good. This is going to happen now.
Some people think so. I just want a Nightwing…gimme Nightwing. Naooow!!!
The Geek Cave Podcast, Episode 37: Halloween Hijinks ~ Chad picks a rather unexpected movie to review just in time for Halloween, Darrin reviews Batman: Arkham Origins, and Justin gives his picks for some of the spookiest comics you can find!
Trailer for Justice League War: The New 52 Arrives in the DCAU
The new 52 started with the Justice League just meeting each other for the first time and teaming up to save the world against Darkseid. The upcoming Justice League War animated movie is based on the first arc of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s rejittering of the JL. As was seen in stills Wonder Woman once again gets a new costume without a bustier. I quite like it. I could still do without her sword play.
LOL, casually blocks omega beam.
We’re not really feeling Wonder Woman’s new outfit.
Last year, shortly before both Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series were cancelled, the shows disappeared inexplicably from the Cartoon Network schedule, reappearing months later to burn off their final episodes.
Today, Nick and More–a Twitter account that follows chilren’s television programming–claims that Beware the Batman has vanished as well, leaving Teen Titans Go! as the only DC-based series on the Cartoon Network’s DC Nation block of programming.
The bad news is the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins won’t come with the multiplayer mode that the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC versions will.
The good news is it’ll cost $10 less than the PS3/Xbox 360 versions.