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2020 and Beyond: The Ever-Shifting Movie Release Dates Due to the Coronavirus

The novel coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the entertainment industry as we know it, with 2020 seeing countless movies and TV shows delayed. It can be hard to keep track of them all, so we’ve created this list of movie release changes (and delays) due to covid-19. Read more…

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Javicia Leslie Is Beyond Thrilled to Step into the Role of the CW’s New Batwoman

Ruby Rose’s shock exit from the DC/CW Universe after just one season of Batwoman is still a mystery for both the audience and the show to process. But just as easily as one Batwoman swung out of the picture, a new one has swung in, and Javicia Leslie, the new Batwoman, could not be more […]

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Patty Jenkins Loves That Wonder Woman 1984’s Golden Armor Was Kept Secret While Filming

In the initial lead up to Wonder Woman 1984, there were rumors that Diana would ride into action with a new costume. Then we got our first still image and, well, she looked like Wonder Woman, albeit a little sparklier. Was that really it? Well, for Patty Jenkins, she’s glad that was what we thought.Read […]

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How Wonder Woman 1984 Will Use Our Past to Talk About the Present

It’s faced a few delays, and, well, a global pandemic that could perhaps lay even an Amazon low. But at long last, Wonder Woman 1984 is ready to return Diana Prince to the DC Cinematic Universe spotlight. Her new adventure will not take her into the present but keep her in a somewhat recent past: […]

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Jiro Kuwata’s Batman Is an Incredible Thing

Earlier this month, news broke that mangaka artist Jiro Kuwata passed away. While the artist and writer was known in Japan for series like Maboroshi Tantei and 8 Man, in the west we know him for one particular curiosity: the Batman manga. Its take on Batman 55 years on still feels unlike anything we’ve seen […]

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A Look Inside How Mondo’s Glorious Batman: The Animated Series Collection Came to Life

In 2018, artist Justin Erickson and Mondo’s celebration of one of the best Batman adaptations of all time wowed us with some truly stunning works. And now, you can see them, along with the process Erickson took to arrive to his final pieces, in a new artbook—and we’ve got a look inside.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Massive Warner Layoffs Gut DC Comics, DC Universe

The merger between AT&T and Time Warner into another monolithic media megacorporation has seen a massive wave of layoffs targeted primarily at Warner Bros. this week. One area hit hardest overnight was DC Entertainment, with reports of huge swathes of staff at both DC Comics and DC Universe laid off.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Massive Warner Layoffs Gut DC Comics, DC Universe

The merger between AT&T and Time Warner into another monolithic media megacorporation has seen a massive wave of layoffs targeted primarily at Warner Bros. this week. One area hit hardest overnight was DC Entertainment, with reports of huge swathes of staff at both DC Comics and DC Universe laid off.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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What Lessons Can Future Conventions Learn From Virtual San Diego Comic-Con?

San Diego Comic-Con 2020 was an experiment to see if a convention could be moved entirely online during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The result was… mixed. There were a few things that worked about it, but overall the event was kind of a mess. With DC FanDome and other digital-only conventions on the horizon, the…Read […]

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The 5 Winners (and 3 Losers) of San Diego Comic-Con 2020 (at Home)

San Diego Comic-Con 2020 has ended, and things were a bit different this time around. Obviously, that was because of forces beyond anyone’s control—namely a global pandemic. But there were still things that could’ve gone better. There were a few highs, some notable lows, and a lot of uncertainty about what the rest of …Read […]

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The 5 Winners (and 3 Losers) of San Diego Comic-Con 2020 (at Home)

San Diego Comic-Con 2020 has ended, and things were a bit different this time around. Obviously, that was because of forces beyond anyone’s control—namely a global pandemic. But there were still things that could’ve gone better. There were a few highs, some notable lows, and a lot of uncertainty about what the rest of …Read […]

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Zack Snyder’s Non-SDCC Justice League Event Was… Super Weird

It turns out that San Diego Comic-Con isn’t the only digital event happening this weekend. There’s also “Justice Con,” the fan-run convention dedicated to Zack Snyder’s Justice League, which was recently announced to be coming to HBO Max. This side event had some serious energy and gave fans a new look at Snyder’s …Read more… […]

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The Best (at Home) Cosplay From San Diego Comic-Con 2020

San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, only this time it’s from the comfort of our living rooms. But amazing cosplay waits for no convention center! In lieu of our normal compilation videos, we asked cosplayers to send us clips showing off their tributes to our favorite shows, films, comics, and video games. And y’all…Read […]

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The Best (at Home) Cosplay From San Diego Comic-Con 2020

San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, only this time it’s from the comfort of our living rooms. But amazing cosplay waits for no convention center! In lieu of our normal compilation videos, we asked cosplayers to send us clips showing off their tributes to our favorite shows, films, comics, and video games. And y’all…Read […]

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