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DC Films News and Rumors Weekly Update

Just because the Midwest is currently being pummeled by what can only be described as the snowstorm equivalent of a Mr. Freeze pun, doesn’t mean movie news has stopped bouncing around the...

Gun Happy New Year: A History of Deadshot (Part 1)

Over the past few years, DC Comics’ chain-smoking master assassin Deadshot, one of Batman’s second-tier rouges, has gained popularity—appearing in more comic books than ever and in...

Review: Trinity #15

Overview: Batman leads a team effort to foil Circe’s desperate plan and save the day.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Circe is attacked by members of Ra’s al Ghul’s League of...

Review: Trinity #14

Overview: Circe reveals her true plans while Batman finds a way to try and save the day.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The issue opens with a monologue from Wonder Woman explaining more of...

Review: Trinity #13

Overview: The Trinity continue their fight against the possessed Dark Trinity (Red Hood, Artemis, Bizarro) while Constantine goes looking for Zatanna, Deadman and the Pandora Pits with mixed results....

Review: Trinity #12

Overview: Continuing the story from Trinity Annual #1, the Trinity seeks help from a few supernatural allies to free Red Hood and the Outlaws from Circe’s magic.   Synopsis (spoilers...

Review: Trinity Annual #1

Synopsis (spoilers ahead): Taking place shortly after the meeting between Circe, Ra’s al Ghul, and Luthor, the issue begins with Circe still trying to convince Ra’s to join in an alliance...

Review: Trinity #7

Synopsis: Somewhere off of the Kahndaqi border, Ra’s Al Ghul enters (violently) into the Great Ruins. His soldiers dispatch the few guards that are protecting what the ruins hold. Ra’s...

Review: Batman ’66 Meets the Man From U.N.C.L.E. #4 (Digital Chapters #7-8)

The Dynamic Duo and Batgirl Join the Men from UNCLE to uncover the fiendish plot that unites Batman’s Rogues Gallery and THRUSH in Batman ’66 Meets the Man From UNCLE #4.   Same Bat...