Suicide Squad should’ve been a home run. A film starring a who’s who of DC Comics villains, including The Joker, Harley Quinn and Deadshot? Sounds like a blast. It should’ve wiped away the bad taste of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Instead, it only exacerbated the problems surrounding the DC Extended Universe.
I didn’t like Man of Steel. Zack Snyder’s “down to earth” and “gritty” reboot of Superman was bloated (the entire Krypton sequence was pointless) with a third act that was nothing but destruction porn. Man of Steel refused to concern itself with the consequences of destroying a city and killing thousands of
Just taking a guess here, but you probably don’t want to go to Hell. Probably don’t want to rule it, either. And neither does Lucifer, the original fallen angel himself, which sets in motion the events of The Sandman: Vol IV – Season of Mists. Pop culture academics (and Wanna Cook? authors) K. Dale
Greg Sahadachny joins Gobbledygeek for a look at The Sandman: Vol. III – Dream Country.
Friend of the show and long-ago guest K. Dale Koontz makes her triumphant return to Gobbledygeek, and this time, she’s brought along her lovely husband Ensley F. Guffey. Together, they’ve written Wanna Cook? The Complete, Unofficial Companion to Breaking Bad, which is pretty much what the title says. Dale and Ensley geek
You ever have that dream where Paul and AJ are discussing the greatest comic book of all time in ten spoiler-free monthly installments? Yeah, us too: beginning with this episode, the boys bring the Four-Color Flashback feature to the show, dissecting Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman through the rest of the year. Friend of the
The BastardCast’s Jason Tabrys returns to Gobbledygeek to talk Veronica Mars, Batman & Superman: Friendship Is Magic, and so much more.
AJ and Paul get victimized by Jason and Jeremy from The BastardCast as they discuss comics, The Walking Dead, and badgers who know not the word nay.
On the BASTARDCAST this week, we’re joined by Chris Cummins from Topless Robot and other sites to talk about comic censorship, Doctor Who, and the lack of female comic hero films. Also unicorn sex.
The comic book industry is in a state of growth and digital comics have tripled their market share — question is, how long can print and digital co-exist?
Fascist Superman from the people that did MORTAL KOMBAT? Okay, sure! Check out the launch trailer and intro cinematic for Injustice: Gods Among Us here.
The talented team at Latino Review just dropped a bomb on the geek film community. Warner Brother’s Justice League movie is set for a 2015 release, along with other top geek movies like The Avengers 2 and Star Wars 7 so it’s got to do something drastic to have a chance at standing on
The Tokyo Game Show is annual video game convention, not dissimilar to E3. Like E3 there is always a wealth of exciting announcements that are made and often we see more of games that were only previewed at E3. One of those games is Injustice: Gods Among Us, a DC universe fighting game from the