This five second clip from the story trailer for LEGO Dimensions is more entertaining than 75 percent of DC Comics’ massive universe-clashing, office-moving Convergence event.
DC’s current big crossover ends today, and we’re finally getting a sense of the effects that Convergence will have on the publisher’s fictional reality. There is a lot of new stuff to digest. You might even call it a reverse-Crisis.
Superman back in his classic “red underwear” outfit. Barbara Gordon back in her Oracle identity and in a romance with Nightwing. Both Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain back as Batgirl (sort of). Yep, DC Comics is using their latest crossover to give fans what they’ve been asking for.
So it’s here: the beginning of the latest installment in a long cycle of DC Universe publishing events. Unfortunately, the first issue of Convergence doesn’t hold up the legacy of its best predecessors and might just wind up annoying the fanbase it’s supposed to energize.
Four years ago, DC Comics killed all of their long-running titles, replacing everything—including their oldest Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman series—with new #1s. This past Friday, they've announced that they're practically doing that again. Big, universe-shuffling change is a constant at DC Comics but it's…
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PlayStation 2 third-person shooter Gungrave is coming to the big screen. Convergence Entertainment has inked a deal for the live-action rights to the title.