First Look – Jason Momoa as Aquaman, The One True King of Atlantis

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And now we have four of the seven. Director Zack Snyder tweeted late this evening the first official photo of Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa as Arthur, King of Atlantis, better know to the world as Aquaman. There is only one true King. #unitetheseven pic.twitter.com/RDFG8jbuI6 — ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) February 20, 2015   It has been sometime since Snyder let anything official out from the  Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice set and now we get a major reveal! The hashtag  #UnitetheSeven refers to the Justice League, and it’s seven founding members, Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill) and Wonder … Continue reading

Valentine’s Day – Our 10 Favorite Couples in Comics, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy

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It’s Valentine’s Day and love is the air. In celebration of the holiday, we count down our favorite couples from comics, science fiction and fantasy.  Is your favorite on the list? Tell us what you think. 10.  The Doctor and the TARDIS  – DOCTOR WHO Some of you would probably say Rose Tyler or River Song, or even Sarah Jane Smith, but none of his traveling assistants ever stay with the Doctor any where near as long as his constant companion, the that temperamental, run-down, borrowed, type-40 time capsule known as the TARDIS. It’s when the TARDIS’ matrix is removed … Continue reading

DC Launching A Ton of New Titles With A “Broader Focus”

Black Canary get her own monthly title (and her fishnets) beginning in June, from DC Comics, by Batgirl writer Brenden Fletcher
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DC Universe will introduce 24 new tiles this summer, the most in a co-ordinated launch since the entire DCU relaunched as the New 52.   It’s being called “bold new direction for the DC Universe (DCU).”    Most of the new titles will be ongoing series, featuring some of DC’s most popular characters to have never had their own ongoing series before (Cyborg, Starfire, Midnighter)  and some haven’t had their own title since the 2011 relaunch (Black Canary, Martian Manhunter, Doctor Fate) Only 25 of DC’s current titles will continue after the upcoming Convergence Event.   That means there will only be 49 … Continue reading

It’s Back! STAFF PICKS or What You Should Be Reading this week, February 4, 2015

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Yeah, we’ve been gone for a few weeks, we know… Before you head to your local comic shop, here are a few titles you should be checking out this week. TOP OF THE STACK Imperium #1 – Valiant Comics Writer: Joshua Dysart Art: Doug Braithwaite What Valiant says: A daring new superhero saga from New York Times best-selling creator Joshua Dysart – writer of of the Harvey-Award nominated series HARBINGER – and superstar artist Doug Braithwaite (UNITY, Justice)! Toyo Harada is the most dangerous human being on the planet. Imbued with incredible powers of the mind, he has spent his life … Continue reading

5 Movies That DC & WB Need to Make

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  If Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has taught us anything, it’s that any comic concept can be made into kick-ass movie. Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment has decided to put all the chips on the table, and create a shared universe, and has put 9 films on the development schedule between now and 2020, which includes Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (it’s still not to late to change that title!)   There has already been a lot of rumors and expectations on what those films will be and we here (Wonder Woman, Shazam, Guillermo del Toro’s Justice League Dark project)  … Continue reading