One of the major selling points for DC’s relaunch of their entire universe with the New 52 was the newly streamlined continuity, a chance to cast off the jumbled mess that was their history and start fresh. They said they wanted to fix continuity, and keep everything running smoothly. Well one character has already thrown a wrench in those plans and events surrounding him have already seriously messed up any continuity or timelines for the books in the Batman family. I speak, of course, of the Joker. Hit the jump to see how he’s wrecking everything, but beware of potential spoilers.
Oh man, you guys. Just…oh man. Looks like the creators of Mortal Kombat and the DC Universe are teaming up again, and this time the outing is 100% DC Universe only with Injustice: Gods Among Us. Check out the trailer, some promo art, and more details after the jump.
I have to admit even after the first trailer and clip to come out of the CW’sArrow, their new show based on Green Arrow, I was a bit worried. From some of the pointless name changes to even comments by the network, I’m still on the fence about whether this could be good or not. However, some people have seen the pilot and we’ve got their first reactions after the jump. The reactions are actually quite positive.
I’m honestly surprised this wasn’t done sooner. It’s pretty common for fans to draw up hipster versions of their favorite characters these days, and Nate Bellegarde has made his contribution with hipster versions of the X-Men. Hit the jump to check them out.
This is just amazing. At the 2012 Emerald City Comic-Con, they had a panel featuring iconic voice actors such as Billy West, Tara Strong, and Kevin freaking Conroy reading and performing the Star Wars script as their characters. It is phenomenal, but I highly recommend just listening to the video instead of watching them act. It helps immerse you more. It’s long, at an hour and a half, but totally worth it.
Man, I missed these. I haven’t posted comic previews in ages, due to being overloaded with finals, but now that my bachelor’s is in hand I’ll be back to throwing up previews of the week’s releases every Tuesday. Feels good. It’s a special week for DC Comics, with the release of a few annuals as well as a new series due to the extra week this month, and I’m not complaining. First off hit the jump to see a preview of Animal Man Annual #1, where Socks needs to tinkle.