POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON July 23, 2014 Add Comments
Tomasi is getting his groove back! His storytelling technique from the perspective of a father is perfect for what's going on in Bruce's life right now. A year ago, he lost his son. Still going through the grieving process, his son's body was stolen from it's grave, and is now on another planet. In Robin Rises: Omega, Batman declared that he will go to Apokolips, and bring Damian back alive. Here, we see Batman's dealings & his differing relationships with his peers. Some good, some bad. But in the end,…
Tags: apokolips, aquaman, batman, batman and robin, bruce wayne, cyborg, damian wayne, frankenstein, glorious godfrey, kalibak, lex luthor, patrick gleason, peter tomasi, robin rises: omega, shazam, superman, wayne manor, wonder woman
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON July 10, 2014 Add Comments
Well, Nightwing #30 left a bad taste in many people's mouths. In short, it was a disaster, and many didn't even want to pick up Grayson after that. I'm here to tell you, that issue #1 was freaking awesome!
Anytime Andrew Robinson does a cover, it looks great. I want to know what he's currently working on. Tim Seeley & Tom King worked out a wonderfully paced, and interesting script. We have twists and turns that add wonder, and keep you intrigued. Fans of James Bond will love this series, and…
Tags: andrew robinson, batman, cyborg, dick grayson, grayson, helena bertinelli, james bond, midnighter, mikel janin, mr minos, spyral, stormwatch, tim seeley, tom king
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON June 27, 2014 Add Comments
Yes, that's right. We are still an issue behind with Justice League, and it seems like it's could be awhile before they will be able to catch up.
Following up with Luthor finding out that Bruce Wayne is Batman, this issue picks up right where Forever Evil & the last issue of Justice League left off. Johns does a great job hitting all the points, and repercussions of DC's most recent event. Making it feel like one of the more important events in recent memory. Johns also makes sure to show…
Tags: alfred pennyworth, batman, bruce wayne, captain cold, cyborg, doom patrol, doug mahnke, element woman, forever evil, geoff johns, jessica cruz, justice league, lex luthor, lexcorp, metamorpho, rod reis, shazam, superman, wonder woman
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON May 2, 2014 Add Comments
In episode 55 of the Bat-Fans podcast, Tim and Dane share their thoughts on the newly announced Grayson ongoing series, a Robin coming back to the comics, Ray Fisher being cast as Cyborg in the Man of Steel sequel, discuss how awesome the new Batman Beyond short is, the Star Wars EU and how e-mails from Alex affect our timeline like in Back to the Future, as well as review some of the Batman comics from the last few weeks!
Tags: back to the future, batman, batman beyond, batman v superman: dawn of justice, cyborg, grayson, ray fisher, robin, star wars, the batman universe bat-fans
POSTED BY Dane Haji ON February 21, 2014 Add Comments
According to the news and rumors site Latino Review, the Man of Steel production are currently looking for "a black actor in his early 20's who is also physically fit" for a small role in the movie that will only shoot for a couple days. After the initial post went up several of the site's readers commented that it might be for Cyborg since there will be a scene at a football game and Cavill has said that he would like to see Cyborg in the movie.
According the the site's sources…
Tags: batman v superman: dawn of justice, cyborg, michael b jordan, zack snyder
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON January 27, 2014 Add Comments
This issue begins with Johnny Quick and Atomica destroying a few members of the Doom Patrol, and then getting bored and leaving.
Back at S.T.A.R. Labs, Victor Stone gets a remodel (a more sleek design with plenty of gear) in his new Cyborg 2.0, and then hops his way over to Maryland to meet up with Dr. Will Magnus. Cyborg is here to recruit the Metal Men, but Dr. Magnus tells him that they were a failure.
I didn't realize until I was writing the review for this book how little actually…
Tags: atomica, cyborg, doom patrol, geoff johns, ivan reis, johnny quick, justice league, metal men, star labs, victor stone, will magnus
POSTED BY Corbin Pool ON December 30, 2013 Add Comments
You might think that after the last few issues of Justice League, this might be another cruel, depressing look at other members of the Crime Syndicate, but there is more to this story. This is a tragic, sad story, of a lonely robot who just wants be able have some of the feels. With Grid being the newest member, he's been going through the files of his partners, trying to understand them, and hopefully be able to feel some sort of emotion. So we get to see the pasts…
Tags: crime syndicate, cyborg, geoff johns, grid, justice league
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON October 29, 2013 1 Comment
Warner Bros. has sent over the first details for Justice League: War including the cover art and the trailer.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will distribute JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR as a Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and for Digital Download on February 4, 2013.
When the powerful Darkseid and his massive, relentless forces invade Earth, a group of previously unaligned super heroes – misunderstood and, in some cases, hunted by the authorities – discover the only way to fend off the attack will be to work together as a…
Tags: alan tudyk, batman, bruce thomas, christopher gorham, cyborg, darkseid, flash, geoff johns, green lantern, heath corson, james tucker, jason o'mara, jay oliva, jim lee, justice league: origin, justice league: war, justin kirk, michelle monaghan, sean astin, shazam, shemar moore, steve blum, superman, wonder woman
POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON May 9, 2013 Add Comments
It has been some time since any news has been released regarding the upcoming LEGO Batman: The Movie-DC Superheroes Unite. Warner Bros. has sent over a number of screenshots from the film as well as a clip featuring the Batcave in the film.
Tags: batcave, batman, cyborg, flash, green lantern, lego batman: the movie, lex luthor, martian manhunter, robin, superman