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Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

Gotham Gets A Riddler, Fantastic Four Casts Doctor Doom, And More DC/Marvel News

All the comic book adaptation news that’s fit to print (and some that’s not)! 


Why Not Do It With Some Style?

You’re Not Going To Want To Put Your Drink Down On These Impressive Nerdy Coasters

Apocalypse Fabrication from Etsy is a CNC metal cutting and fabrication company located in California run by the husband and wife team of Jason and Katie Lister. And wow, do they produce some fantastic stuff. I’ve got some coasters at my house but I rarely take them out. These I’d hang on my wall. Take a look at creations inspired by comics, video games, sci-fi, and more!



The Mary Sue Interview: The Voice Of DC Universe Online’s Wonder Woman, Susan Eisenberg

Susan Eisenberg. Do you know her name? You should. She’s Wonder Woman. More specifically, she’s the voice of Wonder Woman for countless DC animated projects including the Justice League/Justice League Unlimited television series. Now she’s taking on the Amazon again for DC Universe Online’s latest DLC, Amazon Fury. We got to pick her brain on her past voice work, video games, and Wonder Woman’s place in our world.



Review – Justice League: War

This week, the latest DC Entertainment animated film Justice League: War premiered at the New York Paley Center for Media. Read on for our review!



Jeff Lemire to Create Superheroine Inspired by Real Teen Activist

When DC announced that the fallout from its Trinity War and Forever Evil story events would result in the Justice League of America moving to Canada (aside from some obvious jokes), Canadian comics creator jeff Lemire said that he’d be creating a brand new superhero for the team, one that “reflects a real part of our cultural identity, who could be a real Canadian teenager.”

CBC has the news that not only has Lemire decided to look to real Canadian teens for inspiration, he’s chosen one teen in particular: Shannen Koostachin, a teen activist of the Cree Nation who fought for the rights of First Nation children to be provided with safe and comfortable schools.


Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

[UPDATED] Warner Bros. Announcing Superman/Batman Live-Action Team-Up Film For 2015, Flash In 2016, Justice League In 2017

I think it’s safe to say this news couldn’t wait for our “While You Were Sleeping” roundup tomorrow.


Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

It’s Official: Christian Bale Will No Longer Play Batman

It is official: Christian Bale is hanging up the cowl. He will no longer play Batman– for the future Justice League movie, or in any other capacity.

The news isn’t surprising. He’s been open about how he’ll only wear that suit for one man: Christopher Nolan, and since Nolan’s been pretty adamant about not returning to Gotham City, well… Bale first donned the cape in 2005 for Batman Begins, relinquishing the costume last year after The Dark Knight Rises. He had a solid seven year run and now feels that it is time to move on.


Almost Totally Excellent

Target Creates A Supermom In Their New Justice League Animated Commercial

I must admit, I was very excited to hear Target was going to sell “Justice League” products. Not so much when I arrived in-store to find sippy cups and Wonder Woman donning pink and purple. But they put together a fun animated commercial featuring a mom who joins the League, and that’s pretty cool.

(via DC Women Kicking Ass)

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Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

Who Needs the Justice League When There’s The Grumpy League of America!

I doubt that Grumpy Cat would do well as Aquaman, given that cats have an aversion to water.  Well, at least he would be able to get a constant supply of delicious fish.  Maybe hunger makes Grumpy Cat grumpy.


If you liked it then you should have put a Lantern Ring on it

Kevin Feige Gives Some Very Kind Advice to Warner Bros. From His Throne of Money

If there’s anything that’s getting more skeptical side eye than the idea, four years ago, that Marvel Entertainment could pull off a three movie, two year leadup to bringing us not just the world’s first superhero team movie from the Big Two’s character stables, but the first successful one… it’s Warner Bros.’ current “me too!” effort to do make lightning strike twice.

Now, Kevin Feige, working as he does for Marvel, might not have the most insider view of the Justice League movie’s progress, but it’s nice of him to be giving advice from his position of having helmed a successful superhero franchise that’s made seven total movies and counting in about half a decade.