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DC Super Hero Girls Fly in For Another Stellar Full-Length Film

by Laura Cerroneon August 3, 2017
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the DVD I reviewed in this blog post. The opinions I share are my own. Five years ago, if someone said LEGO was going to make movies, and they were going to be good, the collective public would have scoffed. However, after the success […]

Talking Catwoman with Lee Meriwether at Eternal Con

by Laura Cerroneon July 6, 2017
Lee Meriwether’s career spans more than 50 years. She’s been Miss America, Catwoman and appeared on the long-running soap opera All My Children. Ms. Meriwether trekked out to Long Island, NY on July 1 and 2 to grace the masses in attendance for the fifth-annual Eternal Con. Signing autographs and taking pictures with fans, she […]

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Gotham Review: Heroes and Villains Rise and Fall in the Wonderful Season Three Finale

by Jeff Fountainon June 6, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* With a finale that consisted of two episodes, “Destiny Calling” and “Heavydirtysoul”, Gotham showed once again how it has always been better dealing with villains than heroes, which might explain why the heroes becoming villains worked out so well. The dark side has always been Gotham’s strength and thankfully they went to that […]

Wonder Woman: Finally

by Garyon June 3, 2017
Wonder Woman is fantastic; the DC extended universe has a truly great movie and it is about damn time. After films that were flawed but okay (Man of Steel), to obsessively anticipated but miss the mark (Batman V Superman), to films that had great promise but don’t quite measure up (Suicide Squad), Wonder Woman gives […]

Four Stories Telltale Could Tell Next

by EVAon November 4, 2016
Lately, Telltale Games tends to get the gaming community excited about either a new episode for one of its existing series, or about the announcement of a whole new title at least a few times a year. This year, the biggest buzz in connection to Telltale has been the news of a Batman series. This […]

A Trip Through Nostalgia with Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders

by Laura Cerroneon October 27, 2016
“Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the DVD I received in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own.” From the second the drawer of the Blu-Ray player closed it was a trip through nostalgia. From the classic Batman theme song, to the 60s pop art homage, Batman: […]

On the Rack: October 19

by Laura Cerroneon October 18, 2016
Say it with us, New Comic Book Day! An on the rack this October 19 is  bunch of good stuff. Check out these comics for yourself: 451 MEDIA GROUP Sunflower #6 (Of 6), $3.99 ABRAMS COMICARTS Si Lewen’s Parade An Artist’s Odyssey Wordless GN (Limited Edition), $250.00 ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT Blue Hour #2 (Cover A […]

Interview with Voice Actor Kevin Conroy

by Jeff Fountainon September 7, 2016
From stage to television to voice acting, it is safe to say Kevin Conroy has traveled an interesting path to get where he is today. Recently, we had a chance to talk to him during a media round table while he was at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto, where we talked about his career, the […]

Interview with Comic Artist Greg Capullo

by Jeff Fountainon August 30, 2016
From his early work on personal projects such as Gore Shriek and The Creech to his current job working on Batman, Greg Capullo has transformed his love of comic books into a very successful career. Recently, we had a chance to talk to Greg before his appearance at Fan Expo Canada about how he got […]

Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar Return to Batman…Kinda!

by Laura Cerroneon August 23, 2016
Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar are returning to the Batman franchise by lending their voices to DC’s latest animated feature film coming out this October. DC is taking us back to 1960s Batman in Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. Adam West and Burt Ward reprise their roles as Batman and Robin to […]