Geek Cave SKYPECAST: NYCC 2014, Spider-Gwen, and Bearded Superman
This is what Two-Face would’ve looked like, had he ever been used in the 60s Batman TV series. Luckily, he finally is (kinda), in Batman ‘66: The Lost Episode.
Don’t look now, but the first live-action Robin since Batman & Robin (The Dark Knight Rises doesn’t count) could be Carrie Kelly, not Dick Grayson.
Once again cementing there will be no connection between DC’s live-action TV and Film universes, Ezra Miller has been cast as The Flash, which was among 10 DC Comics-based movies announced earlier today.
This is really happening. Wonder Woman movie in 2017, Aquaman and The Flash in 2018, and 2020 gets Cyborg and a new Green Lantern movie.
Creators from DC Comics assembled on Saturday afternoon to talk with fans about the New 52 at New York Comic Con.
Wonder Woman ‘77, similar to the comic based on the Batman 60s tv series (Batman ‘66), will be launching in December (alongside comics based on video game properties The Wolf Among Us and Mortal Kombat X).
If you’re reading the Death of Wolverine, don’t miss Nightcrawler #7. Really really touching monologue from Kurt written by Claremont. Do it.
(Other comics you should pick up this week: Babs Tarr’s ((AKA babsbabsbabs on Tumblr)) debut in Batgirl #35, and Christopher Jones’ ((AKA christopherjonesart on Tumblr)) first issue of Parallel Man, which we really liked.)
Here’s a fresh look at the Batmobile that will appear in Batman: Arkham Knight, coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One next year.
The fight is over.
Geek Cave Podcast Episode 48: Christopher Jones, Fable, and Destiny
In this week’s podcast, Darrin, Justin and Chad talk about the latest developments in comics, including an interview with artist Christopher Jones about his latest project Parallel Man, a couple of videogame reviews, and Chad reviews a Hulk Hogan classic(?) in his Random Movie Review.
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Weird clothing issues aside, DC Entertainment took full advantage of two big sale-boosters to beat the competition last month.
DC. What are you doing.