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The newest game in the Batman: Arkham line from DC Comics, Warner Bros Interactive, and Rocksteady Studios is set for release this Fall. Well, that is except for the fact that Rocksteady Studios will not be involved in this round of Arkham fun, as Warner Bros has decided to bring the game to their in-house studio at Warner Bros. Games Montreal. A worrisome fact, certainly, but many of the designs, including the modified Unreal 3 Engine, will stay with the game. The new game will be called Batman: Arkham Origins and was announced online last month. Batman: Arkham Origins features an More >
DC has some final issues set to come out this August along with some special one-shots. Continuing DC’s big summer event of the Trinity War, there is a Trinity War Directors Cut special which features Geoff John’s script and Ivan Reis’ penciles. You can also look forward to the huge Batman Inc Special with its solicit directly below. Sadly a few titles are on their final issue, so fans will have to say goodbye to great series like Legion of Super-heroes, Demon Knights, Dial H, and Threshold. Hopefully this means there will be some awesome new titles in September, but More >
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If you’re looking for some cute swimwear for this summer or you’re a fan of the fun leggings, head over to Romwe right now! They currently have a selection of unlicensed clothing featuring characters from both the DC and Marvel universe.
The clothing features artwork of Francis Manapul, Carmine Infantino, some Dark Knight promotional artwork, artwork from Batman: Knightfall, and other various Batman cover art.
Here’s a peek at what they have to offer.
I absolutely adore this suit, I think it would look fantastic with a black coverup skirt (this one would look adorable with this suit) and some wedge sandals!
Avengers Assemble! Not my More >
The newest Superman movie is set to release later this year and there has been quite a lot of talk about it. Will it be amazing? Will it be horrible? Will Henry Cavil be a good choice as Superman? Can Zack Snyder pull this off? Will this Superman be a darker film like Nolan’s Batmans? Well, we’ve seen hints of images, teaser trailers, and clips, but now we have a brand new full trailer full of incredible scenes and inspiring moments. I for one now find a bit of excitement as I watch this trailer and am actually looking forward More >
The next Superman movie, Man of Steel, hits theaters on June 14th, just over 2 months away. Tonight saw its first TV spot throw up with a nice little 32 second trailer. Take a look below to see the best collection of scenes shared so far on this film.
Carmine Infantino was a comic creator that truly knew how to create. If ever there was an equivalent to Stan Lee at DC Comics, a man who created countless characters and helped shape the Silver Age of comic publishing, it was undoubtedly Carmine. Growing up in humble conditions post-depression, Carmine was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1925. His first published comic gig took place when he was merely 16, working on Timely Comic’s USA Comics #1 (inking his friend, Frank Giacoia’s pencils on “The Origin Of Jack Frost”, written by a young Stan Lee). Though Infantino also provided art for More >
I hope you all are well aware of DC and WB’s charity project, We Can Be Heroes, by now. It is a great charity program that helps raise funds for groups working in the Horn of Africa to fight hunger, poverty, and illness. It is doing this by using the characters and creators of DC comics to raise awareness while also giving fans something awesome and DC related for their donations. The charity has been around over a year now and, to prevent the waters from calming, they have found a great new way to stir attention and bring in More >
We at Speak Geeky To Me decided to skip the traditional trickery played out on this fun day here in 2013. Sure, we thought about informing you that Superman: Red Son was being made into DC’s next live action movie or that Angelina Jolie had signed on to play Grace in Aspen MLT’s upcoming Soulfire film. We considered posting about Orson Scott Card being hired at Marvel to write an on-going series involving a gay Hyperion or even mentioning George Lucas’ agreement with Bob Iger to make Star Wars Land in Des Moines, Iowa. But in the end, we just More >
The major comic companies put out enough comics that sometimes it can leave your head spinning and eyes bleeding as you search the new titles each week for something worth reading. To aid in your Geeky endeavors, Speak Geeky To Me on occasion reviews new titles from the major companies to spotlight the best and worst of what’s available at your local comic shop. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a new Comic Review.
Title: Constantine #1
Writer: Ray Fawkes (Batgirl, Justice League Dark) & Jeff Lemire (Swamp Thing, Sweet Tooth)
Artist: Renato Guedes (Wolverine, Superman)
Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo (Demon Knights, More >
No, Scott Snyder is not writing Batman into a Nine Inch Nails album or a book by Jeff Long or Robert Reid. However, what he is doing is trumping Frank Miller by going back and telling the story of Batman’s first year as a caped crusader…the year before Year One. Batman: Year One was one of Frank Miller’s most famous Batman tales, a post-Crisis on Infinite Earth‘s origin for Batman that ran from issues #404-407 of the main Batman title back in 1987. It was the story of Bruce Wayne’s first year of Batman and has been the basis for Christopher More >