DC Comics have announced a new upcoming comic series, Batman ’89, by Sam Hamm and Joe Quinones.
The upcoming Disney Plus series She-Hulk has cast Jameela Jamil in a major role.
The series centers on lawyer Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), cousin of Bruce Banner, who inherits his Hulk powers after she receives a blood transfusion from him.
Showrunner Kevin Smith has today given us our first taste at Masters of the Universe: Revelation; the upcoming Netflix Original anime series created by Smith and based upon the characters of Masters of the Universe in a collaboration between Netflix and Mattel Television. The series is produced by Powerhouse Animation Studio and is the third series produced by the studio after Castlevania and Seis Manos. Smith is joined by four writers; Marc Bernardin (Castle Rock), Eric Carrasco (Supergirl), Diya Mishra (October Faction) and Tim Sheridan (The Death and Return of Superman). The trailer was released as part of the ‘Netflix Geeked’ event.
Rob Zombie will direct a brand new take on classic sitcom The Munsters.
The world of The Conjuring is adding more than the latest film, with a main character getting her own comic in The Lover from DC Horror.
The Lover is a five-issue monthly limited series.
Announced today by 1984 Publishing, You’ve Got Red on You: How Shaun of the Dead Was Brought to Life was written by Entertainment Weekly reporter Clark Collis and edited by Michael Gingold and the hardcover book is set for release on October 19 2021.
Andy Muschietti (IT, IT: Chapter Two) who is directing ‘The Flash’ for DC/Warner Bros has teased the return of actor Michael Keaton as Batman/Bruce Wayne in a new instagram post showing a close-up image of the 1989-style Batman suit… with a bloody new makeover.
Series creator Ryan Murphy has shared the first cast announcements for the upcoming American Horror Story spin-off series which is titled ‘American Horror Stories’ The newly announced cast are Kevin McHale (Glee), Dyllón Burnside (Pose), Charles Melton (Riverdale) and Nico Greetham (The Prom).
Review by Jacob Licklider
Out of Time was a release that couldn’t have come at a better time: we were reaching the fall and the COVID-19 pandemic was still getting worse and lockdowns were getting to people and Nicholas Briggs brought together Tom Baker and David Tennant in an exciting adventure with the Daleks. It was a fun release and with David Tennant’s availability due to the pandemic being more available to record from home, two further releases were announced where the Tenth Doctor meets the Fifth and Sixth Doctor set to be released in June 2021 and 2022 respectively. Well, it’s June 2021, if only by two days and Out of Time 2: The Gates of Hell sees the Fifth and Tenth Doctors in Paris, 1944 facing off against the Cybermen in the Catacombs. There’s also a Time Agent calling herself grapefruit but French. This is a script from David Llewellyn and he packs a lot into a single hour, almost too much for a single story to do. As the title is ‘Out of Time’, the idea is that Cybermen have been using the Transit of Venus, whenever the planet Venus passes directly in between the Sun and another planet (in this story Earth, obviously). It’s actually a really interesting idea with a piece of alien technology from the Cybermen being sent back in time and essentially being put into the hands of aristocrats to weasel their way to survive. This is a Cyberman story after all and it just feels right, though if there is one big and glaring issue with the story is that they don’t actually feel like a threat. Continue reading