comicsonline.comBlu-ray Review: The Death of Supermanby Matt Sernaker, Managing Editor The world was stunned in the mid 90s when DC announced Superman would die. Fans and non-fans alike were shocked to hear that the Man of Steel might finally meet his match. The black and red poly-bagged issue left no doubt something significant was going to happen and this would be a must read book.1
cbr.com20 DC Movie Designs Impossible To Improve (But Fans Did It Anyway)Despite what the internet might tell you, it isn't all doom and gloom with DC movies. We've received some extraordinary films and we've seen bad ones over the years. It's no different than any other franchise out there (and don't you dare say that Thor: The Dark World was good, you heathens).1
filmdaily.coWhy Kristen Stewart would make the most badass ‘Batgirl’ in DC historyHear us out – while the Hollywood heavyweight has proved her acting chops in a number of indie projects since her twinkle-eyed Twilight days, we think Kristen could bring some much needed complexity and gender-fluidity to the role.1
io9.gizmodo.comThe Team Behind Batman: Damned Say They're Going to Fuck With the Dark Knight’s HeadIn the next few months, DC Comics will launch its new prestige imprint DC Black Label. The publisher is going to be kicking it off in grand fashion with Batman: Damned, which reunites the iconoclastic team of writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermejo, the same creatives behind 2009’s arresting Joker graphic novel.
businessinsider.comHenry Cavill will reportedly no longer play Superman, as DC focuses on Supergirl insteadHenry Cavill is out as Superman in Warner Bros.' DC Comics movies, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The studio tried negotiating a deal for future cameos that fell through, and the actor will part ways.
the-newsbox.comNew DC Collectibles 6-inch Action Figure Available Exclusively Right Now on the DC Universe Subscription SerivceAnnounced just a few short weeks ago, the new Justice League animated series figures from DC Collectibles are available right now for pre-order. If you’re a member of the DC Universe subscription service, that is. Available in three waves, and retailing for $28/each, the first assortment (shipping in September) consists of Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green …1