It’s interesting to me how certain things catch an unexpected wind and take flight. Like viral videos (Seriously, how did Chewbacca mom get more than 11 total views), no one ever knows what will gain speed. A strange example to me is the abundance of appearances of Ra’s al Ghul and his daughters in DC live action over the last decade.
Continue reading The Rise of Ra’s al Ghul in DC Live Action
The DCEU circus continues as Mel Gibson is rumored to be involved with Suicide Squad 2. Join us as we talk about the possibilities. New Geek Maggie Wirth makes her debut!
Continue reading Suicide Squad 2: Mel Gibson?! | The Geekiverse Show #52
Holy crap we had a great week last week over at Geekiverse International HQ. We say international because we can see Canada from here. So many good stories, welcomed some new Geeks, pulled the stops out on Geek Madness , wrestler Dan Joseph stopped by and Grumpy tasted some Klingon Bloodwine. True story. Here’s a run down of the highlights…
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What the hell is going on over at Warner Brothers? The news over the past couple of weeks has been dire at best. ‘Tis the season of someone’s discontent, that is for sure. Let’s have a look at the highlights. Continue reading Is the DC Expanded Universe Collapsing?
When I think about all that was good about the Suicide Squad film, Jared Leto doesn’t even come to mind. He was such a small part of the film, really only there as Harley Quinn’s origin story, and quite frankly, I wasn’t all that impressed with Leto’s (or Ayer’s, maybe) take on the Clown Prince of Crime. So when I heard these stories, it cemented my belief that maybe Leto is just kind of a jerk. Continue reading Suicide Squad – Jared the Joker and Method Acting
With the Arrowverse now in full swing with 4 DC superhero shows interconnecting on the CW, big changes and big crossovers are coming. None may be as big as the introduction of the Man of Steel, Superman, to this TV universe. Many never thought we’d see DC’s heavy hitters (Supes, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman…basically, think Justice League) on prime time television, but Barry Allen’s the Flash changed all of that a couple of seasons ago. Now, with Clark Kent/Superman in full flesh, blood & blue spandex on his cousin Supergirl‘s show, the possibilities for the Arrowverse could be wide spread and far reaching.
Continue reading Man of Steel: 1st Impressions of “Supergirl”‘s Newest Addition, and What it Could Mean for the “Arrowverse”