Here are five vastly ignored comic book villains that would make great foils for their heroes in the movies.
While Marvel Studios continues to be successful, Warner Bros. has been struggling with the DC Expanded Universe. There are many reasons that caused this, but here are the three biggest ones.
We all know what’s the best film in the DC Extended Universe, right? But what’s the worst?
Would Zack Snyder’s version of the Justice League be a marked improvement over the one we got from Joss Whedon? Well, here’s my take on it…
Depending on where you are, it’s been around a week since Justice League opened in theaters – that means it’s time to start talking about SPOILERS!
Now, that everyone’s seen Justice League, I’ve got a bunch of (probably unimportant) questions from the movie.
Oh, SPOILERS AHEAD!
How does DC’s first ever big screen team up of their biggest and best superheroes come across? Here’s my SPOILER FREE review of Justice League!
Comics are weird. I love them but comics are weird. At times, they can tell exciting adventures and even tell thought provoking stories. But there are times when comics just tell really insulting stories that just makes us cringe. Of course, as this is comics, some of these cringeworthy story arcs are erased from existence…
Warning! Possible SPOILERS for the upcoming Justice League film? Maybe?
With the United States elections over, let’s go look back to how DC Comics made Superman’s arch-villains the President… and made it plausible.