At just 10 minutes shy of three hours, this is a long movie, and it feels like it, but we’ve only scratched the surface. And while it doesn’t particularly have a happy ending (Batman movies rarely do) there appears to be a little light at the end of the tunnel.
“The Suicide Squad” is one of the most violent and gory film that I have ever seen and yet I am somewhat embarrassed to say that I ended up really liking it.
While DC’s “Swamp Thing” TV series came and went pretty quickly last year, he’s making a second appearance on The CW in October.
1939: Superman’s First Solo Comic Book To the positive response to Superman’s first appearance in Action Comics #1 published a year earlier, the very first Superman comic book was released … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for June 2
Who knew that both Batman and The Hulk were “born” in this month?
1967: Superman’s Birthday but Not Clark Kent’s Though the superhero Superman has been around since 1938, he keeps in remarkable shape due to the fact that he was born on … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for February 29
From the lighting of the Bat-signal to creating your own Bat-vehicles, we’ve go the scoop on how to celebrate Batman’s 80th birthday.
After the downer that was the film that was supposed to kick off the new DC Comics movies franchise, Man of Steel (2013), and the lackluster response from both critics and audiences alike, we were all hoping that Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder would not make the same mistake again with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. They didn’t. Instead, they made an even worse film.
Like the other current crop of current DC heroes, this Wonder Woman is overly serious, but overall, this film is a lot more fun to watch than the others and gives a lot more positive messages about fighting for one’s country and sacrificing one’s life for others.