REview – Aquaman (2019)

I’ve finally got around to preparing a review of Aquaman and there’s a valid reason why it’s taken as long as it has: The DCEU is essentially a clusterfuck, managed by people that have never read a comic book in their lives, which genuinely bothers me. Despite having gotten in to comics initially with DC […]

Shazam! – Official Trailer #2 – Trailer Into Reaction

I’m officially embargoing the DCEU–like the Sony movies, beyond Spider-Man in the MCU, that is. I might rent them but I won’t pay to see them in theaters–because in the case of the former I’m tired of the randomness of the movies they’re producing. And I’m not even a huge fan but when there’s talk […]

Why I Didn’t See Aquaman In Theaters

I haven’t seen Aquaman in theaters–despite it featuring one of my favorite characters, Black Manta–because, as far as the DCEU (or whatever they choose to call it) I’m done. Under ‘creative genius’ Zach Snyder I felt that there was so little faith in these characters that they were Batman and Superman in name only. Yet […]

Will The Real Batman Please Stand Up?

According to Reddit this is an image of Batman, as he will appear in Titans (a series launched on DC Universe, their new streaming service). Now, here’s my problem: It’s likely that the separation between DC’s television and movie properties will continue, so doesn’t having a TV version of Batman-alongside a movie version likely coming […]

Aquaman – Final Trailer

I’m not quite sold on James Wan’s Aquaman.  This is besides the fact that think, for the most part, the DCEU (DC Cinematic Universe) is a bit of a clusterfuck, which is problematic because it consists of characters so iconic, so well-known that it should be relatively difficult to screw it up. After all, Marvel […]

You Can’t Be Missed If You Won’t Go Away

I just read an article about how Zach Snyder’s plans for the DCEU were supposedly so “epic, grand, emotional, joyful and unforgettable” which bothers me more than a little bit because we’re hearing more about Snyder’s plans for this and intentions for that now than when Justice League was actually in theaters. As I have […]