Tags : DC Comics

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Suicide Squad

“I now understand why people go mad over nothing. Sometimes the mind is a terrible place.” – unknown I don’t want to speak too soon. There are many DC movies on the way, a lot of room for error there. That said, maybe, just maybe, it seems the executives at DC and Warner Bros. have […]readmore

Nerdlocker Preview: Dallas Fan Expo

Howdy! Richard from Nerdlocker here, and I’m excited to be attending this year’s Fan Expo Dallas. The lineup of guests is as diverse as any con in Dallas in recent memory. Fans of Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Marvel, D.C., Scream, Full House, Saved by the Bell, The Office, Disney, […]readmore

Batman: The Animated Series Mondo Gallery Review

This afternoon, my dashing date and I entered the courtyard behind Mondo for their current gallery, Batman: The Animated Series. By date, I’m referring to Littles. When I say dashing, he immediately took to the sweet women working the sign in table for Fons PR, informing them that he is a very big fan of […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Wonder Woman

The doom and gloom that has plagued the DCEU may, for the time being at least, be over. Yes, the savior of the DC Universe may in fact be a woman. If that bothers you may I suggest an enema and a swift kick in the ass. Finally we have a film that is colorful, […]readmore

DC ALL ACCESS – Tom King, Suicide Squad, Justice League

DC All Access being your connection to all of the latest DC news and announcements behind DC Comics is showcasing some exciting episodes this week! This week of DC All Access, Tiffany Smith and Jason Inman talk Suicide Squad, Justice League Action, unsolved mysteries of the DCU & much more! The Dark Knight’s infiltrated the […]readmore

DC ALL ACCESS – Blackest Night Videogame, Christopher Priest, and

DC All Access being your connection to all of the latest DC news and announcements behind DC Comics is showcasing some exciting episodes this week! This week DCAA speaks with DC Legends Design Director Sean Dugan about their newest mobile adventure game, “Blackest Night.” DCAA also speaks with writer Christopher Priest on the newest issue […]readmore

DC’S ALL ACCESS – Wonder Woman, Super Hero Girls, Arrow

This week’s DC All Access episodes include an interview with Shea Fontana on the newest DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel. DC All Access also exclusively reveals four new characters from DC Legends and they showcase some exclusive peaks inside the UN Wonder Woman event with Gal Gadot and Lynda Carter. DC Legends New Characters […]readmore

DC ALL ACCESS – Tyler Hoechlin Talks CW’s Supergirl

Look! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Tyler Hoechlin, DC’s newest Superman and DC All Access’ special guest in today’s look at #DCTV. In this episode, Hector talks to Tyler about what it’s like being a Superman in a Supergirl’s world, along with previewing this week’s new episodes of Supergirl (hello, Metallo!), The Flash […]readmore

DC ALL ACCESS – Dan DiDio, Gotham Set, Adam West,

DC All Access being your connection to all of the latest DC news and announcements behind DC Comics is showcasing some exciting episodes this week! This week’s episodes include an interview with Dan DiDio on Batman, The Flash, Nightwing, Aquaman, and Batman Beyond. DCAA also sits down with Adam West to discuss his return in […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Suicide Squad

This film is a rollercoaster of numerous variations. Outside of the film itself being a damn wild (and fun) ride, the unveiling has been anything but serene; it’s basically chaos with a release date. Few, and I mean so, so few films ever live up to the immense hype that can plague an anticipated movie […]readmore

It’s God vs Man! It’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of

The battle of battles was to be something glorious but instead we’re left with something barely passable as good. This newest addition to the plethora of superhero films has a lot going for it, enough that I would recommend seeing it at least once. It was never going to live up to expectations but you […]readmore

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Ant-Man

I think fearless is an appropriate description to describe MARVEL Studios. When most studios are asking why, MARVEL asks why not? DC takes years to get Wonder Woman into the mix hoping they don’t startle the misogynist fanboys who think women should “stay in the kitchen”. Meanwhile MARVEL has a raccoon character, a tree character, […]readmore

DC All Access – Comic Con Edition!

SAN DIEGO, CA (July 12, 2015) – DC Entertainment continued to rollout a series of nonstop announcements that kept comic book fans eager to read the exciting next wave of DCE books. Every day, on a majority of the publisher’s 20 panels during the five days, fans were treated to significant news. Here’s a recap […]readmore

Wizard World Comic Con Austin 2014

This year the Austin Comic Con was in early October, competing with Austin City Limits but that didn’t stop the fans from coming to this artistic event. My favorite thing about the Con was to see all the cos-players dressed up and I’m still amazed on how detail and creative some of the costumes were. […]readmore

Jason Momoa Is Aquaman!

What’s trending ? Looks like Drew McWeeny from Hitfix has confirmed that Jason Momoa will play Arthur Curry also know as Aquaman. Momoa had been rumored to be playing the part since last year. I am pretty sure he was still negotiating and needed to keep it on the down low. Momoa is known for […]readmore

Nerdlocker has coverage of 2014 C2E2 Expo

Coverage by our friend and Chicagoan Ray Till. It is that time of year again in Chicago. Time for the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo A.K.A. C2E2. C2E2 has been an Expo since 2010 run by ReedPOP. These are the people that also run New York Comic Con, Star Wars Celebration, UFC Fan Expo and […]readmore