Marvel’s Spider-Man Gameplay Launch Trailer Streamed

Marvel Entertainment has updated their official Youtube channel with the launch trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man. The latest trailer features another look at some of the characters in the game as well as taking another look at the game’s story. Sony provided a description for the game. Sony Interactive Entertainment, Insomniac Games, and Marvel have teamed up to create a brand-new and authentic Spider-Man adventure. This isn’t the Spider-Man you’ve met or ever seen before. This is an experienced Peter Parker who’s more masterful at fighting big crime in New York City. At the…

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Ruby Rose cast as Batwoman

Happy Tuesday heroes, we have some big casting news. Ruby Rose is set to play Kate Kane aka Batwoman in the DC Arrow Universe. I have to say that I didn’t see this casting news coming so quickly. Since it’s only been three or four months since we learned that Batwoman would be coming to the CW universe. I have to say having Ruby Rose playing Kate is a solid choice. Given that Rose is openly gay and identifies on the gender fluid spectrum. I’m happy and hopeful that we get a…

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Supergirl Movie in Production at Warner Brothers

Deadline has reported that Warner Brothers is currently producing a new live-action film based on DC Comics’ Supergirl. For those who are unfamiliar with the character, Supergirl is the alter ego of Superman’s cousin, Kara Zor-El. The character made her debut appearance in Action Comics #252, which was released in May 1959.  Not much is known about the project outside of Oren Uziel, who will be working on the film’s script. For those who aren’t aware this will not the first time Supergirl was adapted into live-action as she also appeared as the main character of the 1984 Supergirl film. The character also has a prominent appearance…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 57 – Putting the DC in SDCC

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” This week’s episode opens with Wheelz and Metal looking at some interesting Gridman news concerning the anime as well as new toy. However, we eventually transition to an unconventional discussion on San Diego Comic Con 2018. The reason behind this discussion is due to the fact that this year we were unable to host our “Wrap Up” show for the event. We discuss a lot DC comics related events, but we close on the King of the…

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Constantine: City Of Demons Trailer

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment recently released the trailer for the Constantine: City of Demons home video release. Now, the home video releases bills the CW Seed series as Constantine: City of Demons the Movie, as it compiles series into a feature length film. However, the film will feature an addition 20-minutes of footage similar to Vixen the Movie. The series/ film is not set within the Arrowverse, and is actually set within the current DC animated movie-verse, as it lines up with Justice League Dark. A decade after a tragic…

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DC’s Super Pets Animated Film in the Works

Collider has reported that Jared Stern is set to write and direct Super Pets, which is an animated series based on the DC characters’ pets. For those who are unaware, several characters within the DC universe have their own super power pets who are apart of a team called the Legion of Super-Pets. The Legion of Super-Petsmade their debut appearance in Adventure Comics #293, which was released in February 1962. Although several members of the team were introduced in the comics prior before the team was introduced. The team consists of Krypto the Super-Dog, Streaky…

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Venom Trailer 2

Happy Tuesday heroes, we have the third trailer for the upcoming Venom film that is set to come out October 5th. It was released this morning and so far I am interested in seeing how it will play out. It is based upon the Venom Lethal Protector comic series, which showcases Venom becoming a anti-hero. It is a solid trailer, and I am sure Venom fans will be pleased with this movie as I am sure many want Carnage to come into the picture eventually. Personally, it is fine, but I…

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Comic Review: Jessica Jones: Blind Spot Part 1

Comics Credits Writer: Kelly Thompson Artist: Mattia De Lulis Letter: VC’s Cory Petit Cover: Martin Simmonds Graphic Designer: Carlos Lao Editor: Alanna Smith Executive Editor: Tom Brevoort Editor In Chief: C.B Cebulski Chief Creative Officer: Joe Quesada President: Dan Buckley Executive Producer: Alan Fine   This review is on the new Jessica Jones title, that is a digital series which contains two issues instead of just one. This is a new format Marvel Comics is producing where buyers will get two issues with each release. Once the first arc is…

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Marvel Zombie Returns this Fall

Coming at you with some comic news this morning. We’ve learned from the Marvel Comics October Solicitations that Marvel Zombie will be returning. For those who don’t know what Marvel Zombie is, it’s the concept of Marvel heroes facing off against zombie-fied versions of other Marvel characters. This series will be drawn by Stefano Raeffele with the writing done by Maxwell Prince. The cover art was done by Juan Ferreyra with the variant cover done by In-Hyuk Lee. To quote the summary of this issue number one. Years after an incurable zombie…

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Remastered Batman: The Complete Animated Series Releasing on Blu-Ray This Fall

Warner Brothers has announced that Batman: The Complete Animated Series will soon be released as a remastered Blu-ray release. For those who aren’t familiar with the series, Batman: The Animated Series was a series developed by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski. The series ran on the Fox Kids network on September 5, 1992 through September 15, 1995. The series ran for 85 episodes and the final 15 episodes of the series was known as The Adventures of Batman & Robin. Due to the popularity of the series it later received a sequel season known as The New Batman…

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