‘Superman: Man of Tomorrow’ Review- A Young Clark Kent

Part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies, ‘Superman: Man of Tomorrow‘ is directed by Chris Palmer. It was released through Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment. A young Clark Kent (Darren Criss) arrives in Metropolis to work as an intern for the Daily Planet, though his parents Jonathan (Neil Flynn) and Martha Kent (Bellamy…

Top 10 Best 80s Saturday Morning Cartoon Intros

Ah, the 80s! Kids everywhere would wake up and watch their favorite Saturday morning cartoons! More importantly, they would wait to hear their favorite theme songs come on to introduce these shows. From traveling to Grayskull to Cybertron back to Earth and beyond! Here Are My Top 10 Best 80s Saturday Morning Cartoon Intros: Honorable…

5 Great TV Dads (PLUS 5 Toxic Ones)

Dads are awesome and that goes for my own Dad. Besides our real-life fathers, if you consume television like me, you know that the small screen produces some inspirational and wise patriarchal characters. Some of them are cool and others are pretty toxic. Here is my list of 5 Great TV Dads: Philip Banks Judge…

#ReleaseTheSnyderCut Wins! Zack Snyder Reveals His ‘Justice League’ Is Coming To HBO Max

‘300‘ director Zack Snyder revealed during a virtual watch party for the director’s cut of ‘Man of Steel‘ that the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut wishes will be granted when his cut of ‘Justice League‘ will be released through the HBO Max streaming service. Deadline reports that it will be released sometime in 2021. Follow Snyder stepping away from…

‘Batman: Hush’ Drops A Teaser Trailer: BOOM!

Based on the DC Comics story-arc which was written by Jeph Loeb, with art by Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment announced in an exclusive release to IGN that Batman: Hush is getting a film adaption. For those of you unfamiliar with the series, after a mysterious battle…

Ten Films That Destroyed Their Franchises

Franchises are all the rage now. Audiences love returning to see the characters they have grown to admire and cheer (or jeer). However, some franchises often crash and burn because of one movie that makes it fall apart. Here is a look at ten films that destroyed their franchises. Death Note– Not the anime, but…