Esai Morales Joins DC Universe “Titans” Cast as Deathstroke

Deadline has reported that Esai Morales will be joining the cast of Titans as Deathstroke in the upcoming second season of the series. In the comics Slade Joseph Wilson aka Deathstroke is a well known assassin. He first debuted in The New Teen Titans #2, which was released in December 1980. He later received his own standalone comic series under the name he was known originally,  “Deathstroke the Terminator.” Over the years he has appeared in various other media such as the Teen Titans animated series, however due to the violent nature of his name in the comics he…

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Joshua Orpin Cast Joins DC Universe “Titans” Cast as Superboy

The official DC Universe website has updated with the announcement that Joshua Orpin will be joining the cast of Conner Kent/ Superboy in the upcoming second season of Titans. For those who have not seen the series, the character made a brief appearance in the post credit scene of the final episode of the first season. The official DC Universe website provided a description of Superboy. “Superboy, a.k.a. Conner Kent, is the angsty teenager of steel searching for purpose and the truth about his past. While looking for answers, he crashes into the world of the…

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NYTF 2019: Shazam! Action Figure Reveals *SPOILERS*

During New York Toy Fair 2019, Mattel has released official images for the Shazam! basic action figures and DC Multiverse action figure releases. Be warned that SPOILERS are ahead for the film in terms of which characters are present. However, seeing as these figures have already started appearing at Wal-Mart stores across the US, the spoilers have been out there for the last week or so.   Shazam! Basic Figures Each figure includes one of the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man, but one is missing and might be included with a later figure. The figures include: Shazam! Freddy…

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McFarlane Toys Acquires “DC Multiverse Collector Figures” License For 2020

This past December 2018, we got word that Mattel would be losing the DC Comics license for the Boys Action category. Additional information, did confirm that Mattel would be retaining the Girls Toy and Preschool toy license, presumably to continue producing DC Super Hero Girls and Imaginext DC Super Friends respectively. Whereas, Spin Master signed a deal for the Boy Action category, but nothing was stated for the collector’s focused action figures. Speculation on the internet has been rampant as DC announced that DC Collectibles was going to be scaled…

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Birds of Prey Teaser

Happy Monday heroes! We have our first look at the upcoming DC Film Birds of Prey which is set to have Margot Robbie returning as Harley Quinn. In addition, the film features Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress and Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Black Canary. Now as for the teaser down below, it is just a twenty second clip that highlights our cast, but I am sure if fans are slow it down they will be able see everyone. Also, in the clip we get to see our first look at Black Mask who…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 11 “Dick Grayson” Review

Here we are folks, the end of the first season of Titans. After a season where half the episodes were detours away from the main plot, should we be too surprised that the season finale is one as well? Not really, but without any further delay, let’s dive into Titans Episode 11 “Dick Grayson.”   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   I got to give credit to the DC Universe marketing team, as I saw advertisements everywhere for this episode. Why all that extra effort? Batman; the answer is…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 10 “Koriand’r” Review

Titans returns to its normal story track this week to follow-up on Episode 8’s cliffhanger. Being the next to last episode of the season, does “Koriand’r” accomplish what it needs to? To find out we are going to have to dive in!   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   When last we saw the core Titans team, Dick and Donna were on their way to Rachael’s mother’s home. During the drive, Donna translates the text from Kory’s notebook, only to realizes that Kory’s mission is to kill Rachael. At…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 9 “Hank and Dawn” Review

With Episode 8 ending on a massive cliffhanger, it is only natural that we spend an entire episode on Hawk and Dove’s backstories. Now, do not get me wrong as I wanted this episode however, the episode’s placement just seems odd. That being said, there is some good stuff in this episode. so let us jump in and take a closer look!   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   This episode features the return of fan-favorite characters, Hank Hall and Dawn Granger, in a follow up on the aftermath…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 8 “Donna Troy” Review

After some delays due to writer’s block and other recent events, I finally return to the world of Titans. Episode 8 features the live-action debut of Donna Troy, better known as Wonder Girl. Now without further delay, let’s dive into Titans Episode 8, “Donna Troy.”   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   The previous episode of Titans, “Asylum,” is the most intense episode of the series to date! Luckily, it seems like the producers decided that it was time for a breather in the form of Donna Troy. Donna…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 7 “Asylum” Review

The Titans episode this week left me uncomfortable and I think that is what it set out to do. For six episodes, the series has introduced viewers to Dick, Rachael, Kory and Gar. These episodes attempt to make our heroes feel like real people. However, “Asylum” went and tore these characters apart piece by piece, and in turn made me feel really uncomfortable while doing so. This review is going to be different as I am not writing out of enjoyment, but out of sorrow.   [Warning: The following review…

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