Rejoice DC Fans you finally have the Batman you’ve always wanted to see on television! Only it’s not Batman, it’s Robin and he is kicking so much ass that I was giggling like a schoolgirl. I didn’t talk about my reaction to the Comic-Con trailer in July because I was decidedly meh about it. My initial reaction was “Oh joy, a dark, grim, Robin…How original.” I brushed the show off as just going for the look at how edgy we are,“tee-hee, fuck Batman”. However, Titans is much more than that and I was blown away by how much I’m loving this show. The launch trailer did not do the series justice.
DC Universe kicked Comic-Con 2018 off with a bang today with the long awaited debut of their first DC Universe original – Titans and it looks like its going to be everything Teen Titans fans would want in a live action series. I normally don’t do trailer breakdowns, but I may have to do one this weekend.
Yesterday, DC Universe held their first ever live stream from Wondercon. I wish more companies would stream their panels, makes my life so much easier! Stream gave us lots of interesting tidbits on the brand new Sandman Universe, new Justice League and Teen Titan books and we found out that the Joker is not going to be happy about Batman’s upcoming nuptials. Honestly, I’m sick to death of the Joker and have no desire to read that one. Batman Metal will also conclude this week and will have big repercussions throughout the Universe. Check out the full press release.
Discover the origin of the Green Lantern Corps in the all-new DC Universe animated original movie now available from Warner Home Video. The origins of the ultimate intergalactic police force are revealed across six interlocking tales of the legendary Green Lantern Corps in the all-new Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies. Building up to the release of the highly anticipated live action film, Green Lantern, in theatres June 17, Emerald Knightsarrived on Blu-Ray, DVD, On Demand and for Download June 7, 2011 from Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. Thanks to the fine folks at Warner Home Video, we have all the info you need on this anticipated release.
Check out this trailer for DC Universe Online. I’m not a fan of online only games, I’m looked at this trailer and thought – man, I wish it had a single player campaign. Rumor has it, this is going to be a big part of Sony’s Press Conference. They have been teasing this game for almost 3 years now, so I’m curious to see the finished product.