The DC Collectors folks have been giving a lot of love to Batman: The Animated Series lately, with a series of action figures celebrating artist Bruce Timm’s iconic designs. But what of its brighter, bolder follow-up, Superman: The Animated Series? It’s time has come.
Weaker heroes in the Injustice 2 universe take a pill to make them capable of standing up to the likes of Superman, but there is no pill to make Superman less vulnerable to the magical mastery of the newly-revealed Doctor Fate.
Can you hate a movie but love its characters, or does a bad cinematic experience poison you against them? Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was a massive disappointment for me, but damn if I don’t adore DC Films’ Superman and Armored Batman figures.
I’ve been listening to John Williams’ soundtrack for the old Superman film a lot, ever since I wrote this post about a mash-up video for Kal-El’s appearance on Supergirl season two. But I’ve been listening to it very differently.
Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
Last Friday, io9 was among a group of journalists invited to the London set of Justice League. There director Zack Snyder, star/executive producer Ben Affleck, and everyone involved all had one, simple message for us: We know. And we’re trying.
In 1978, one of the strangest and most exhilarating comic book issues in DC’s history appeared in stores, featuring one of the greatest team-ups of all time: Superman and Muhammad Ali.
This might be the best Superman fan-fiction I’ve ever seen. Hell, it’s better than most of the Superman stories DC is putting out nowadays.
Superman: American Alien is a reminder of how great the Man of Steel can be in the hands of people who care.
Thus far, 2016 is the year of the superhero. Deadpool and Batman v. Superman both shattered the box office, proving that audiences can’t get enough of costumes and powers. But what’s the best superhero movie of all time? And what’s the worst? Here’s our ranking of all 109 superhero movies to date.
Today at WonderCon, DC comics unveiled the creative team rebooting their entire universe in their Rebirth overhaul.
The reviews have been pouring in for Zack Snyder’s SO EPIC, world-building, grimace-faced, love letter to the KICK THEIR ASS bone-breaking 90’s era of comics, Batman V Superman, and they have not been kind.
Back in the mid-2000s, Grant Morrison and Frank Miller were putting their respective spins on Batman. Miller, given stewardship of All-Star Batman & Robin, DC’s attempt at showing characters in their most iconic light without the bloat of main stream DC continuity, chose to revisit the character he helped reinvent for…
While the ultimate showdown between DC Comics’ iconic heroes doesn’t hit theaters until Friday, the battle begins now, in your mouth.
A few days ago, many people were shocked—shocked!—at a pair of new studies that found that many Americans have authoritarian tendencies. They want a strong leader, who can sort out “those” people. This went against everything we had lazily chosen to believe about America! But it’s also pretty apparent if you pay any…
Superman, Aquaman and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man join the ranks of LEGO Dimensions’ cross-property cavalcade today, but the biggest addition is the Midway Arcade Level Pack, loaded with 20 playable LEGO-ized arcade classics.
Every cinematic blockbuster is accompanied by a massive publicity campaign that carpet bombs the public with trailers, trailers for trailers, TV spots, more trailers and exclusive glimpses to make sure that it’s a huge hit on opening weekend.
Man, those are some very cool redesigns.
Over the decades, DC Comics has given the Man of Steel several different dates of birth. But the weirdest one is February 29, because it’s supposed to explain why a 78-year-old character only looks like he’s in his late twenties.