Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Justice League: Superman officially added in new banner poster photo


Today is a BIG DAY for fans of DC Comics, Superman, and Justice League - as November 22nd heralds big releases like the big DC Rebirth event "Doomsday Clock", the 25th anniversary of "The Death of Superman", and DC Films' Justice League going into its second week in theaters!

To honor the release of the film as well as FINALLY acknowledging to fans who didn't read in between the lines - YES SUPERMAN IS IN THE FILM and he has been officially added to the "You Can't Save The World Alone" line-up poster with the release of the new banner picture on the film's Facebook page featuring Henry Cavill's Man Of Steel rightfully taking his place alongside Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg in the Alex Ross styled image- making them truly ALL IN.



UPDATE: Following the release of the banner poster, a new theatrical poster and other promo materials have inserted Supes with the rest of the league in similar fashion! Check the rest out at Comic Book Movie.

JUSTICE LEAGUE - Official Heroes Trailer

Have you caught Justice League yet? If you haven't, YOU SHOULD (and here's my review why) as the film is a direct sequel to Man of Steel and Batman v Superman. While not perfect it delivers the HOPE we can have good DC Films in the future moving forward... And we FINALLY HAVE DC's greatest heroes in the big screen at last!

Justice League is now playing in theaters worldwide.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

DC on the CW: "Crisis on Earth-X" trailer released


Set to begin next week and happening in a two night special that will see all four DC on the CW shows crossover and tell one big story of multiverse proportions, The CW has released the full trailer to "Crisis on Earth-X" - which will be told through November 27 with Supergirl and a special episode of Arrow that Monday, followed by The Flash and DC's Legends of Tomorrow the next night on Tuesday, November 28!


Crisis on Earth-X Crossover Official Extended Full Trailer

While the "Justice League" may have their moment in cinemas, the rest of the "Arrowverse" will converge and fight Nazis from a different parallel universe! Be sure to tune in to DC TV next week for the crossover!

Monday, November 20, 2017

The Death of Superman: 25 Years Later and beyond


As Justice League finally plays in theaters - comic book fans will remember this particular time of November about 25 years ago as a sad and unprecedented moment in comic book history - DC Comics killing off one of their flagship characters in the Man of Steel himself - Superman. As the final issue of the eponymous storyline of the same name that ran through the four Superman titles at the time - Action Comics, Adventures of Superman, Superman: The Man of Steel, and Superman - "Superman #75" saw the Justice League of America dealing with an unstoppable monstrous beast named "Doomsday" who all but crushed every single member of the superhero team. It was left up to Superman himself to try and stop the alien creature once and for all - culminating in a showdown that saw both combatants deliver death blows to one another and the Last Son of Krypton dying in the arms of the love of his life, Lois Lane.


As a storyline, The Death of Superman sent shockwaves across the comic industry - particularly to fans of the Man of Steel over how one of the world's greatest heroes could perish and what the fallout would be in the DC Universe following his death. The Superman titles would continue and show this aftermath with "Funeral for a Friend", followed by four mysterious Supermen appearing and claiming to be the hero in "Reign of the Supermen". Finally, the one true Clark Kent/ Kal-El/ Superman did return at the end of the latter storyline - and the entire saga was collected years later and titled as "The Death and Return of Superman".



As an iconic yet sad moment in DC history, The Death of Superman was adapted into a DC Animated Movie feature and was eventually used as the final act in 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" - where Henry Cavill's Man of Steel ultimately gave his life to stop Lex Luthor's Doomsday creation. This act would inspire Ben Affleck's Batman and Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman to go and find other metahumans to form the "Justice League". How does Superman come back in the DC Extended Universe? That's for you to find out in cinemas!


Also, there's Doomsday Clock happening this week, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of Supes' death and it just so happens that the Man of Steel figures in this "Watchmen" themed event and it has the word of his killer in the title. How that plays out? We shall see when the story begins on November 22nd.

Justice League is now playing in theaters.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Rampage Movie: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson faces giant monsters in 2018 film


Set to be released in theaters next year and adapting a classic video game series by Midway Games, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. have released the first trailer and poster for "Rampage" which stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as primatologist Davis Okoye as he struugles to save his silverback gorilla friend "George" - who has mutated into a giant monster along with other alpha predators, and find a cure alongside a discredited genetic engineer before the beasts go on an unstoppable rampage on mankind!

RAMPAGE - Official Trailer 1

Rampage opens in theaters on April 2018!

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Marvel: Marvel Infinity Teaser poster released


Giving comic readers a glimpse of what will likely be the next big event happening in 2018 during the "Marvel Legacy" era, Marvel Comics has released a teaser poster for something dealing with "Infinity" - as Wolverine, Star-Lord, and Captain Marvel each hold one of the Infinity Stones in the palm of their hands. What this means and how it plays out for the Marvel Universe is anyone's guess... But it may be the House of Ideas way of tying things up to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's next big movie in "Avengers: Infinity War" - which hits in the middle of of 2018.

For more on the story, visit Comic Book.com.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Black Panther: New International Trailer released


Hitting theaters early next year and bringing the first solo film of the heroic superhero king of Wakanda to the big screen, Marvel Studios and Disney have released a new international trailer to "Black Panther" that features more scenes and sequences that have not been seen in previous trailers.


Marvel's Black Panther International Trailer 2

Black Panther hits theaters on Feburary 2018.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Deadpool: "Wet on Wet" video reveals first footage from the upcoming sequel


As 2017 ends its epic superhero movies run, 20th Century Fox is about to promote its next X-Men Movies Spinoff sequel of the hilarious and crazy "Merc with a Mouth" with a teaser for the as of yet untitled Deadpool sequel - which brings Ryan Reynolds back as Wade Wilson/ Deadpool and introduces Josh Brolin as Cable.



While there's no official trailer yet for the sequel - here's a hilarious promotional video that shows Deadpool on a "Wet on Wet" painting montage... And a few snippets of the new sequel coming in 2018.


Deadpool’s “Wet on Wet” Teaser

The untitled Deadpool sequel, aka "Deadpool 2" opens in theaters in the Philippines on May 30, 2018.