Here’s our Loot4Fangirls first box unboxing

Loot4FanGirls box

A special edition Crate, Loot4FanGirls delivers the same epic LootCrate experience for its female fans with six exclusive items!

Justice League trailer premiers at SDCC

Justice League

DC certainly showed up to SDCC with a full hand, having already dropped the Wonder Woman trailer and now the first look at the Justice League movie. Here’s the video: If our hopes and dreams come true, this movie will vindicate BvS (and Zack Snyder) for all of its mediocrity. It’s probably too early to … Read more

DCEU vs MCU: 4 keys to success and how each measure up

dceu vs mcu

DC and Marvel have been longtime rivals in the comic book world and have just recently started competing on a much grander scale, to the delight of every nerd ever, on the big screen. Unfortunately all comic book creations turned to movies are not created equal and the last installment for each company couldn’t be … Read more

Google Play Books makes reading comics easier with Bubble Zoom

As much of the media we consume increasingly goes digital, we end up staring at our phones and tablets quite a bit. For many things, this can be a pretty pleasant experience, with greater clarity and contrast than traditional media. For other things, you might just have some issues due to a smaller screen. Comic … Read more

DC’s Injustice 2 Revealed With Trailer In Tow

DC's Injustice 2 coming in 2017

Following the success of Injustice: Gods Among Us in 2013, NetherRealm Studios, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have announced Injustice 2. Coming to the Xbox One and Playstation 4 in 2017, the sequel will boast a plethora of features. Included in the newness are new characters and new environments. In a blog post, NetherRealm … Read more

DC Universe Online Finally Flies Onto Xbox One


It’s time to unleash your inner hero — or villain — as the free-to-play super-powered MMO DC Universe Online finally comes to the Xbox One. First released in 2011, DCUO is constantly evolving and adding content including new storylines as well as new superhero powers and abilities. DC Universe Online is now on Xbox One! Join thousands of … Read more

Batman v Superman Review: I Saw It So You Don’t Have To

Batman v Superman review

Movies based on comic books have come a long way in the last few years. What at one point even in recent memory would have been a low-budget, cheesy action film has recently transformed into something with huge mass-market appeal and stars lining up to be a part of the production, reaching both commercial and … Read more

Pretty Famous Presents: The Best Superhero Movies


Posted on March 4, 2016 by Kelsey Warner The concept of superheroes and their alternate worlds attracts an almost universal interest. As self-made superhero Dave Lizewski from the film Kick-Ass speculates, “At some point in our lives, we all want to be a superhero.” This hits close to our modern, near-rabid fascination with superheroes. Initially fueled … Read more

Suicide Squad Trailer: “We’re Bad Guys, It’s What We Do…”


While the current DC hype is centered around the upcoming Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, the company is taking a much different approach with this fall’s Suicide Squad. First, some colourful and gritty posters were released over the past couple days, and a new Suicide Squad trailer aired during a “DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League” special hosted by Kevin … Read more

Arrow Review: “Green Arrow”

Green Arrow has finally arrived. What? You say he’s been here for the last three years? No, let me explain. ‘Arrow’ has been here. The dark, brooding, makes-you-want-to-punch-him-in-the-face, Christopher Nolan-esque anti-hero played by the dark, brooding, makes-you-want-to-punch-him-in-the-face Oliver Queen. That? That wasn’t Green Arrow. And it’s more than just a name change. It’s a methodology … Read more

Batman v Superman Gets PG-13 Rating

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is officially rated. The PG-13 classification was expected, but the MPAA’s explanation of it was much less prosaic. The movie is rated PG-13 for its “intense sequences of violence and action throughout, and some sensuality.” Violence and action we get, but what is this “sensuality” they speak of? Okay, we hear … Read more

Flash/Arrow/Legends of Tomorrow Weekly Wrap-up for 9/11

You know that old saying “blink and you will miss it”? Well, you’re going to need some toothpicks for the ole eyelids for this Flash Season 2 teaser. Go get a set and get yourself squared away, I’ll wait. Ready? Okay, here’s the video. Did you see it?! Jay. Freaking. Garrick. In costume. For … Read more

Flash And Arrow 8/28 Weekly Round-Up

So we have another cast member joining the ever growing cast of Flash and it’s another speedster, Jessie Chambers, a.k.a. ‘Jessie Quick’ played by Violet Beane. In the comics she is the daughter of Golden Age Heroes Liberty Belle and Johnny Quick (another Flash). She eventually took on the name Liberty Belle herself and was … Read more

[UPDATED] Catch A Shot Of Jared Leto As The Joker In Suicide Squad

There have been a few men who have attempted to portray the psychotic yet lovable character that is The Joker. For the most part fans tend to agree that there have been two men to have done it well, Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger. The former being the fan favorite for the intensity that he … Read more

This Week in Comics Wrap Up – June 24, 2015

As you may have already seen, we decided to mix things up a bit this week and split the Wrap Up into 2 different articles: This week in comics, and Comic of the Week. One article will of course be dedicated to the Comic of the Week and one will cover the rest. This week’s … Read more

Comic Of The Week – June 24, 2015 – Batgirl #41

In past weeks I have been doing a weekly wrap up of the comic books that were published on the preceding Wednesday. I decided to shake the format up a bit and try breaking up that article into 2 separate articles, Comic of the Week and the Weekly Wrap Up. It might stay this way. … Read more

This Week In Comics Wrap Up – June 17, 2015


This week was awesome mainly because it saw the arrival of several DC books that are new and very good. If you know me or you’ve noticed what I have been writing about, there has not been a lot from DC that I have been connecting with. I hope that with the passage of Convergence and … Read more

This Week in Comics Wrap Up – June 3, 2015

This is your weekly wrap up of the comics that were released on June 3, 2015. Just a quick reminder of what we have going on here: every week we have a Comic of the Week that is awarded to the author’s favorite comic this week. Then a smattering of other comics will be discussed … Read more

April GeekFuel Review: “Avengers”

Having wrapped up their March Game of Thrones-themed box (which I’m honestly pretty sad I missed out on), GeekFuel set their sights on the next big geek release, Age of Ultron. Combining the Avengers themselves, Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, and DC Comics heroes, the April GeekFuel box contains just about every major geek hero team-up you can think … Read more

Batman V Superman Trailer Recut With Christopher Reeve And Adam West


Whether it was an excitement hangover from the Star Wars trailer, or the overuse of WOOOOMMMS, one thing is for sure – the Batman v Superman trailer caused some conflict on the Internet. Some love it, some hate it, and some wonder why Batman looks like he’s about to attend a rave. Regardless of your thoughts on that first … Read more