I thought that I had heard this Doctor Who fan theory before, but I can't seem to find reference to it anywhere. I won't claim it as an original theory, and I acknowledge that there are a lot of contradictions to this theory in various other media the Doctor has appeared in, but there are contradictions to everything. As with all good theories, it falls to being able to address those contradictions and explain them. As I attempt to do so, here is the theory as it stands now...
Suicide Squad. Was it good? How was the acting? Was the writing at least better better than BVS? Well, we went to the premier last night and here is what I think of it. Caution: some people may view a plot summery as a little spoilery, just saying.
Batman: The Killing Joke was available in select theaters July 25th and we got a chance to go see it. The film, as a whole, was nothing short of what you would expect from DC animation. Iconic panels from the graphic novel were nostalgic throughout and seeing it in motion with a full score made the entire experience new and refreshing. I remember being a younger comic book reader and this being on the list of Batman to read. I also remember it giving me more nightmares that Paranormal Activity did. Tonight (at 27 years old), I am worried about falling asleep.
There's been some info trickling out on social media about the newest Transformers movie. On the Transformers movie instagram account we've learned the official name of the newest movie, Transformers: The Last Knight. We've also had a returning cast member announced!
This past couple of television seasons has seen an eruption of television shows based on comics, with CW leading the way with The Flash, Arrow, and iZombie. Word got out earlier that Supergirl would join those shows, and a renewed Legends of Tomorrow. Today it was announced that the CW would have a solid half dozen of comic-based television series on its schedule. The newest series to debut, based on a comic book series is Riverdale.
With Batman v Superman, we really should have done a review on opening weekend, but I couldn't bring myself to go see it right away. It had all of the earmarks of being a really bad super-hero movie with too many characters, a grim and dark world, and a director whose work I have not come to like very much. Team that with initial bad reviews and I was not in the frame of mind to go see this movie.
Marvel has released a Doctor Strange Trailer to tease the new film starring Benedict Cumberbatch. It highlights the origins of the character, but gives us a first look at the Ancient One showing Steven Strange the mystical side of the Marvel Universe.
The wait is over, check out the first teaser to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story!
Batman v Superman- A Needless Review Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice has finally arrived and some love it while others hate it. How do I feel about this new DC movie? It's complicated to say the least so read on for what could be a confusing portrays of feelings, insights and nerd rage. Also be aware of spoilers. Before a major spoiler is revealed you will be warned! Read on for more!
There is a new Captain America: Civil War trailer out from Marvel. Among the various reveals, including shots of the heroes in actual battle, we get a reveal of Spider-Man in his Marvel Cinematic Universe costume, which doesn't look bad. If you don't want to be spoiled then don't go any further, but you know you want to see it. Go ahead.
The news is out, a Flash crossover with Supergirl is confirmed! CBS confirmed yesterday that Grant Gustin will guest star in an episode of Supergirl on March 28. Since the maid of might's solo television series was announced, fans have wondered if a crossover would be in the works between two or more of the Berlanti produced television series.
A Riverdale TV series was first teased almost a year ago, and mentioned again at SDCC, just as Archie Comics was launching the New Riverdale in its comics line. Now its looking much more official, and CW is looking like the network to go to for comic book themed television.