So much news is coming out of the Batwoman San Diego Comic Con panel. On Top of the announcement that the original Robin, Burt Ward appearing in the annual crossover. We also know who along side Alice will be a villain for Ruby Rose’s Kate Kane to battle against in BATWOMAN.
Showrunner Caroline Dries confirmed that the famous villain Thomas Elliot, a.k.a. Hush, is one of the many threats Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) will have to face. However, there will be a twist on his origin that varies from the comics.
“The character of Tommy Elliot who ultimately becomes the supervillain Hush but we’re seeing his origins of why he hates Batman so much,” Dries explained.
Check out the review of the pilot episode of BATWOMAN from the resident super villain, Jay Washington and the Jersey Jackass BC Cambell along with Rob Bayne from Cinelinx.com
While many are getting hyped up about the return of MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D for its sixth and follow up seventh season as well as hours before its Comic-Con panel in Hall H, it has been announced that the Marvel TV show will come to an end after its seventh season.
It is worth noting that ABC had already announced that the seventh batch of episodes would be shorter that previous seasons and of course many assumed that the show would finally be coming to an end, despite countless rumors of its impending cancellations before these upcoming seasons were announced.
However there may be a ray of sunshine amidst this bad news which is, that the people working on the show can now ensure that we get a satisfying and complete story ending. not like the Netflix Marvel that all ended abruptly due to their sudden cancellations.
How do you feel about this news? Are you sad to see the show come to an end?
The DC Universe Streaming platform is coming back to San Diego Comic Con and they are bringing along some amazing sneak-peeks and first looks of YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS, TITANS, DOOM PATROL and more. But along with incredible news and footage they will be bringing some EXCLUSIVE posters.
Check them out below.
As you can see KRYPTO the superdog is front and center in this poster. We were introduced to Krypto along with Superboy in the season finale post credit scene of Titans.
There is much more of what we saw during the amazing first season of DOOM PATROL from Ezekiel the cockroach, the De-Creator and Re-creator, the chief being lost and more.
SWAMP THING is up next and with the series unfortunate cancellation we really cant expect much going forward.
The final one is for YOUNG JUSTICE OUTSIDERS which has come back with a bang and kept the momentum rolling from the first half of the season.
These are available to DC Universe Members at the 50th anniversary.
Even while half awake and exhausted the resident super villain, Jay Washington is back with the 33rd edition of The Mad Titan Podcast. This week after somehow someway breaking into Jay’s house the Jersey Jackass is live with Jay for this go round.
The two break down SpiderMan Far From Home (which YES there are going to be spoiler) and some of the Easter Eggs you have missed, also more casting announcements for Marvel Studios upcoming THE ETERNALS film. Jay also has a fit when it comes to director Zack Snyder and the raucous Jay feels that he unnecessarily causes.
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It is less than a month away until the 50th anniversary of San Diego Comic Con is upon us. One of the notable things will be the heavy WBTV presence throughout Ballroom 20. With that one of the focuses will be be that of the CW’s Arrowverse.
The reason for this is not only will it be the eighth and final season of ARROW but also is the mega CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover. This will bring together BATWOMAN, ARROW, THE FLASH, SUPERGIRL, LEGENDS OF TOMORROW and no one is sure yet if BLACK LIGHTNING will fall into the fray.
We dont know fully what to expect yet in regards to the crossover or their respective shows but it seems as though we may have a bit of a tease from Arrowverse executive consultant and former ARROW showrunner Marc Guggenheim. Guggenheim took to Twitter to tease of the potential Crisis-size announcement.
Many of us have been wondering when we get either new footage or a poster of sorts for Patty Jenkins sequel WONDER WOMAN 1984. Since nothing had been heard it was easily surmised that Warner Bros. would be waiting until San Diego Comic Con and its big panel in Hall H.
Well today the WB revealed that they will not be having a presence in Hall H during this years comic con and it rightfully shocked many people.
In comes Patty Jenkins to the rescue. Jenkins took to Twitter to express her disappointment and also unveil and amazing new poster for the upcoming sequel.
We get a look at Gal Gadot as the heroic Amazonian is a very psychadelic, 1980s vibe poster. Check it out in full and let us know what you think.
Sony is running as well in the race to get people more hyped for next week’s San Diego Comic con. They have released a new look at Venom from their upcoming film.of the same name starring Tom Hardy.
Many people were skeptical as to how the Spider-Man anti-hero would look in his first solo film,after a bad taste with Sam Raimi’s version in Spider-Man 3. Then we were all treated to the trailer which showed the last 5 seconds of the alien symbiote covering Eddie Brock and spouting the popular phrase “We Are Venom”. Still some had hesitation and didn’t think it was an accurate depiction.
Hopefully this time around more critics will change their tunes. In this new still thank to Entertainment Weekly, we get what seems to be a pretty comic book accurate look of the sometimes Spider-Man foe. Check.it out and let us know what you think.