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Time Warner AT&T Merger Could Spell Disaster for Entertainment Fans

It is no secret that Time Warner and AT&T are in talks to merge with AT&T taking on the former as a subsidiary.  This, on paper, sounds kind of cool. The concern I have with this going through lays with the entertainment side of things.  Is having AT&T in control of things such as Warner […]

DC Legends Gives DC Comics Characters Role Playing Action

DC Comics are often thought of as the “second” in line when it comes to most things.  I don’t mean this as a derogatory statement, just DC Comics has to try harder than Marvel does to reach new readers.  More often than not, if you are not talking about Batman or Superman then most people […]

Commissioner Gordon from Justice League Movie First Look

If you are excited for the upcoming Justice League movie that is starring an all-star cast of people then you have probably already clicked that “read more” tag at the bottom of this snippet.  After the jump we have the first look at J.K. Simmons portraying Commissioner Jim Gordon in the new Justice League movie, […]

Suicide Squad Members Invade Injustice Gods Among Us on Android and iPhone

It is no secret that the Suicide Squad movie is out now, it is receiving mixed reviews but it was actually released.  There is even a mobile game for them (review of both movie and game forthcoming).  Now, a brand new character from the Suicide Squad team has invaded Injustice Gods Among Us for Android […]

Wonder Woman Cinematic Trailer – Thoughts, Concerns and Gal Gadot

It is probably no secret to you that the new Wonder Woman cinematic trailer has been released at Comic-Con today.  There is a lot of hype behind this movie and for many, it is rightfully deserved.  The Wonder Woman character has been all but completely ignored in DC Comics cinematic universe – go ahead, name […]

DC Comics Super Heroes on Multiple Networks- Good for Business or Bad for Fans?

Right now there are plenty of super hero television shows and movies.  This plethora of entertainment should be enough for any fan of the genre.  The problem is, a lot of it is spread out amongst competing companies.  Whether that be different television networks or movie studios, it stifles the one true thing that can […]

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