Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Injustice: Ground Zero #2 Review (Spoilers)


A Death in the Gang... but not really. Jokes on me.
Written by: Chris Sebela and Brian Buccellato
Art by: Daniel Sampere
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: December 21, 2016

I was loving this story so far, it was one of my favorite comics right now. So you ask yourself, “if you love it some much, why don’t you marry it?” I thought about it but the relationship isn’t as perfect as you think. The first half of this issue was great but the second half, not so much. Here is "Sidekicks" and see for yourself. Spoilers: the cover says Sinestro pulls the strings. No he doesn't. He is hardly even in the issue.

Sunday, December 18, 2016

DC Bros Podcast #11 - LIVE! - Gotham City Sirens Movie in Development, Affleck Finally Confirms "The Batman" Starts Shooting In Spring and More!


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In the very first LIVE episode of The DC Bros Podcast, Dillyn and Damian discuss:
  • Listener Reviews
  • Aqualad will join Teen Titans issue #6 in March
  • “The Legends of Wonder Woman” volume 2 has been canceled just days after the first volume hardcover was released
  • The Harley Quinn solo movie is now Gotham City Sirens!
  • Suicide Squad 2 and Deadshot solo movie also in the works at Warner Bros
  • Rumor has it that Megan Fox is in talks to play Poison Ivy
  • Affleck FINALLY admits The Batman will begin shooting in Spring
  • Warner Bros.’ President of Creative Development and Worldwide Production confirms that “The Batman” will come out in 2018
  • Patrick Wilson has been cast as Orm in the Aquaman movie
  • Wonder Woman is no longer a UN Ambassador now after protests against it
  • NBC’s Powerless is an office comedy set in the DC Universe that is set to premiere February 2nd
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Sunday, December 11, 2016

DC Bros Podcast #10 - Recap of Huge News To Come from DC's Direct Currents Magazine



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In this episode of the DC Bros Podcast, Dillyn and Damian discuss:
  • Tons of news from our recap of DC’s “Direct Currents” magazine
  • DC Unveiled all variants for JL/MMPR #1
  • Billy Dee Williams will voice Two-Face for the Lego Batman Movie
  • New Lego Batman Movie poster was released and show’s A LOT of characters to be in the film:
  • Aquaman gets October 5, 2018 release date
  • Joe Manganiello says that he starts working in Batman THIS year.
  • Ed Boon recently took polls on twitter for potential new characters in Injustice 2
  • Telltale has announced that Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 5 will be released December 13

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Friday, December 9, 2016

Batman #12 Review (Spoilers)

The Dark Side of the Bat -

Batman #12
DC Comics

Written By: Tom King
Art By: Mikel Janin
Cover by: Mikel Janin
Variant by: Tim Sale

Tom King knows Batman, let me just start with that. He’s great at writing him. “I Am Gotham” was an amazing arc in Batman’s mythology. “I Am Suicide” on the other hand, I’m not so sure yet. It’s dragged since part 2 I think, for me anyway, because the story started going nowhere fast. With “I Am Suicide” Part 4 finally here, let’s take a look at to see if it’s any better.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Injustice: Ground Zero #1 Review (Spoilers)

Do you take the red pill, the blue pill, or the green pill?

Injustice: Ground Zero #1
DC Comics

Written by: Christopher Sebela
Art by: Pop Mahn and Tom Derenick
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: December 7, 2016

When I heard this comic was coming out, I was excited. I played the heck out of the Injustice video game but didn’t really read any of the prequel comic. Knowing this is supposed to be the Injustice game story through Harley Quinn’s eyes, and supposed to lead up into the Injustice 2 comic, I jumped right into this one. Let's take a look at "All Bad Things Must End"