Category: Comic Book News

Zack Snyder’s Justice League | A Full Time-Line of the Events Leading up to the Film’s Celebrated Debut

At only 21 years of age, Autumn Snyder — the daughter of Zack Snyder — tragically committed suicide on March 12th of 2016.  On behalf of the traumatic incident, Zack Snyder stepped back from one of his projects, Justice League (2017), to mourn with his wife and children.  He hired Joss Whedon — Director of

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The Many Teasers Leading up to the Release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League | From March 3rd and Beyond

Zack Snyder and the rest of the advertising team for Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021) unveiled 6 separate promos for their latest film; each one pertains to a certain hero, or heroine, with footage of their role in the movie.  Zack Snyder’s Justice League is an alternate take on the same film in 2017, but

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WandaVision Episode 9: “The Series Finale” | The Final Chapter of Wanda’s Journey for Closure

The heart-warming finale of WandaVision aired with a runtime of around 52 minutes on March 4, 2021.  Wanda finally unleashed her true powers in a satisfying conclusion, and also delivered a somber scene that struck the audience’s hearts.  WandaVision was a series that should be remembered as one of the most groundbreaking forms of cinema

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Superman & Lois Episode 2 | Smallville has got a lot to be Excited About in the Near Future

Jordan Kent — the son of Kal-el from Krypton, or Superman as many others know him as — has started manifesting abilities that far exceed that of any “normal” person and must learn of his earliest ancestry in the Kryptonian blood-line.  While he is learning of these abilities, Jonathan must deal with the day-to-day life

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Superman & Lois Premiere: What to Expect from a High-Budget CW Show

Superman & Lois — the newest series on CW — premiered March 23rd of 2021, sending many fans into hopeful perseverance for what’s to come.  The series takes some of the most dramatic components of soap-dramas, like The Flash and Arrow, then blended them with beautiful cinematography and gripping writing that no other CW show

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