San Diego Comic Con is here and with it comes a whole host of exciting info and trailers. In this week’s podcast we’re applying our usual level of Nerdy Scrutiny to the trailers for Justice League, Thor: Ragnarok, Star Trek: Discovery, Defenders, Stranger Things and Inhumans… Continue Reading
Another week, another batch of exciting DCTV news, eh fandom feeders? Let’s dive straight in…
Earth- Two Laurel Lance will appear as a series regular on Arrow Season 6. Katie Cassidy, who plays Laurel, started out in the Arrowverse on Arrow way back in season one until she was … Continue Reading
Run. Hide. Feed… Your Fandom!
Dan, Josh and Danny B return to space where no-one can hear them strongly disagree about Ridley Scott’s latest instalment in the Alien saga.
We also talk about the rumoured director shortlist for the upcoming Flash film, debate the merits of Logan: Noir (but agree … Continue Reading
“If chicken little tells you that the sky is fallin’
And even if it wasn’t would you still come crawlin’
I think you would my friend”
Maybe we’ll never know what Steven Tyler really meant when he sang those portentous lyrics; but if you think that he wasn’t… Continue Reading
Wasn’t it the Dark Knight himself, Ben Affleck who said “the internet has given everyone a voice and evidently everyone… has used that voice to bitch about movies.”?
In the case of Suicide Squad it seems that the DC cinematic brand has come under some critical attack in the form … Continue Reading
Zack Snyder is probably breathing a sigh of relief right now. His much maligned Batman V Superman:Dawn of Justice appears to be getting a new lease of life in the form of the new “Ultimate Edition” which has become available for digital download in the US and met with favourable … Continue Reading
I’ll come out and say it.
This is not how I imagined the start of the Justice League hype train prior to the release of BatmanVSuperman.
Whatever your opinion of the latter film (I sort of liked it, then enjoyed it a whole lot more upon subsequent viewings) … Continue Reading
Despite being far better than anyone expected (far better than the depressingly mediocre cinematic outing which starred a woefully miscast Keanu Reeves) the nascent Constantine TV series was cancelled by NBC after just thirteen episodes.
Comic book properties and network television, eh?
But, as Lucifer himself will tell you, John … Continue Reading