Look Back: The New 52

So the New 52 was six years ago and I miss it. For those who don’t know, I haven’t been reading comics all my life. I only got into comics due to the New 52 along with Marvel NOW! Which I’ll talk about on a later date. Anyway, the New 52 for me was my “era” of comics. Before I became a bit “jaded” in my comic choices. I used to pick up everything from the New 52, even titles I had no interest in reading. Comics is a very…

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SDCC 2017: Mattel Justice League Toyline Revealed

Mattel pulled out all the stops for their Justice League booth at San Diego Comic-Con. Not only featuring all the new toys based on the movie but also props of the Batmobile and one of the Mother Boxes. Let’s take a look at everything below. DC Multiverse Justice League Action Figures This wave of Justice League DC Multiverse figures features Superman, Batman (Tactical Suit), Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg. These will be available at all major retailers starting August 12, 2017. The six figures will come with Collect…

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Cosplay Cafe 04: Carpe Diem Cosplay

What’s going on club members? Happy Monday first off, I’m dealing with sun shine and some snow.  Outside of that, I can’t complain. Anyway, Carpe Diem Cosplay is dropping by the cafe today. I met her at MAGfest this past year and I’m glad to have had the opportunity to talk with her outside of the con. That said, check out our conversation down below. 1. What were you like growing up? What were some of the things you were into as a child/teenager? As a kid, I always wanted…

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Patrick Wilson Cast as Ocean Master in Aquaman Film

Yesterday, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Patrick Wilson will be playing Arthur Curry’s brother, Ocean Master/Orm Curry, in the standalone Aquaman film. For those who aren’t familiar with his previous work, Patrick Wilson portrayed Nite Owl in the 2009 live action adaptation of the Watchmen. He will star alongside Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Amber Heard (Mera). The film is set to premiere in theaters on October 5, 2018. Source: The Hollywood Reporter 

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