Justice League Action, the newest cartoon iteration of the superhero team, is ready to take flight on Cartoon Network on Friday, December 16, 2016 at 6 pm ET/PT. The show…
We’ve been pretty underwhelmed by Warner Bros’ recent attempts to start a DC Cinematic Universe — until today. Farewell grim, joyless and colorless Zack Snyder drudgery. Writer/director David Ayers (Training Day, Fury) has found the fun in the DC Universe. It’s with the bad guys. The Suicide Squad.
The trailer for Suicide Squad dropped today, and it looks like DC might have a team movie that can compete with Marvel’s The Avengers, its just not the superhero team they thought it would be. While they are technically bad guys, the squad looks like they are having fun with their powers in a colorful and exciting world. So far, the same cannot be said for either Superman or Batman.
In the comics, the Suicide Squad is an elite black ops task force comprised entirely of supervillains (not “reformed supervillains” — just “supervillains”), who are given their freedom in exchange for going on the most dangerous and insane missions the government can dream up.
Led by the tough-as-nails Amanda Waller, members of the Suicide Squad have a bomb placed in their skulls that can be remotely detonated if they disobey orders or compromise the mission.
Suicide Squad hits theaters on August 8, 2016.
We can’t wait.
The long wait is over. For the first time in the series history, you can play as Barbara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl. Batgirl is the star of “Batgirl: The Matter of Family,” the first DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight.
The Joker has kidnapped Barbara’s father, Commissioner Gordon, and is threatening to kill him if he sees even a hint of Batman. So it’s up to Batgirl, with an assist from Robin, to take down the Joker’s goons and save her father. The DLC is available for $6.99 on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The PC version of this game remains a hot mess and no release date for the DLC has been announced, yet.
After 27 years, DC revisits one of Batgirl’s worst moments with a variant cover, leading to protests and death threats. What the heck is going on?