Set after the events of Fallen Kingdom, this short shows what the world has become after the fallout of that film.
A new series from Bruce Timm, the guy that brought us the Batman, Superman, and Justice League cartoons from the 90’s and early 2000’s. This is an extremely dark take on the classic trio of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. While not rated in the usual film sense, I would put these in the PG-13 category (if not higher in some situations).
Each episode runs about six minutes. When the series wraps in July, a Direct-to-DVD movie will be released.
The subject line says a lot of it, and this Hollywood Reporter article says the rest. I’m looking forward to it.
This very funny, but slightly NSFW video appeared Friday at Youtube.
I wonder what our site would look like….
We apologize for the relative lateness of this weekend’s review. The review originally scheduled for this weekend was an anime title featuring the destruction of Japan. Publication of that review has been indefinitely postponed, and we got this alternative up as soon as we could.
We’ve got a round-up of some genre-related Youtube videos: the World Cup goes to Middle Earth, Marvel/DC stage a musical, Iron Baby takes on killer bunnies, and a Bureau-crat directs an educational Ninja movie.
Tonight we’ll see the 100th episode of Supernatural. To tie in with that, today is the launch date for a new series of three minute web shorts featuring the Ghostfacers, who have been occassional guest stars since the first season. You can find them in the “watch and learn” section of their home page.
The Guild, starring and creatively driven by Felicia Day, launches season 3 on August 25, 2009 (one week from today) at http://www.watchtheguild.com. We’ve already reviewed season one, and I’ll try to get a season two review up shortly. Well, they’ve also teamed with the Dr. Horrible crew to create a music video titled “(Do You Wanna Date My) Avatar” which can be watched here and/or purchased from iTunes.