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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Oct 16, 2017

An old face returns to Star Trek: Discovery.

Alien: Covenant sequel to focus on AI over aliens.

New Stranger Things board games. 

Avengers: Infinity War could start with a funeral.

Daredevil #27 review: The secret origin of blindspot.

Kit Harrington claims he’s done with Game of Thrones.

More headline summaries coming in all day long – click the link below!

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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Sep 30, 2017

Digital Spy says Snoke isn’t The Last Jedi’s real villain.

AV Club reviews Blade Runner 2049.

EW says #justiceforbarb is part of Stranger Things 2.

PacificRim2 website has the Pacific Rim uprising date info.

Critical Hit reviews a Humble Bundle of Japanese SF books.

Bleeding Cool reviews Reanimator board game.

More headline summaries at the link below!

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Video – 25 Years 25 Harleys


From her first appearance in the Batman: The Animated Series episode “Joker’s Favor,” Harley Quinn has captured the hearts and minds of fans worldwide. Now on the heels of her big screen debut in last year’s Suicide Squad, Quinn is more popular than ever with an ongoing comic series and new animated movie. Join us as we look back at the evolution of this beloved character as we celebrate Harley Quinn’s 25th Anniversary DC All Access style! Video at the link below.

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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Sep 27, 2017

PC Gamer reports on a rare Overwatch bug.

GameSpot reports Game of Thrones season 8 directors include some big names.

Radio Times asks if Doctor Who is creating more classic scenes for the Christmas special. has a Mark Hamill interview.

SyFy features Star Trek: The Next Generation in 2 minutes.

io9 features The Cured movie with a fresh take on zombies. reports Jeffrey Dean Morgan teases Supernatural return.

Daily Mail reports twitter has doubled message lengths.

More headlines at the link below!

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Adam West Born Today

Born today in 1928, Adam West will always be known as the ‘original’ Batman. Remember this video (link below) when Julie Newmar as Catwoman tried to seduce Batman? This video is more hysterical when you realize it was from a KIDS show – in the 1960’s!

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Batman: The Dark Knight: Master Race – Trailer

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Legendary comic book creator Frank Miller returns to the world of The Dark Knight Returns and The Dark Knight Strikes Again with a third acclaimed Batman adventure—The Dark Knight: Master Race! Can Batman save the planet from the mysterious Master Race? Video at the link below. 

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Batman: New Villain Origin Story + Wonder Woman & More News

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Here’s the latest DC News video from DC All Access: There’s much to celebrate this week if you’re a Batman fan, including the second chapter in Tom King’s classic-in-the-making about Kite Man (hell, yeah!). But that’s just the start of what you’ll see in this DC All Access news roundup. Fans who subscribed to the DC’s Worlds Finest subscription service can also look forward to receiving their first box…which is all about the Bat! We unbox this amazing set of goodies, and look at some of this week’s other must-read new comics, before giving one of you a chance to add the Worlds Finest collection to your Batcave. Video at the link below. 

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Joker Movie In The Works


Well it’s about time the King of Clowns had his own film!

Via Deadline:

EXCLUSIVE: Warner Bros and DC are in the early stages of another Batman Universe spinoff movie, this one telling the origin story of the signature villain The Joker. The studio has set The Hangover‘s Todd Phillips to co-write a script with 8 Mile scribe Scott Silver. Phillips will direct the movie, and Martin Scorsese will produce it with Phillips. This will be the first film under a new banner that has yet to be named in which WB can expand the canon of DC properties and create unique storylines with different actors playing the iconic characters.

An intriguing part is the setting. The intention is to make a gritty and grounded hard-boiled crime film set in early-’80s Gotham City that isn’t meant to feel like a DC movie as much as one of Scorsese’s films from that era, like Taxi Driver, Raging Bull or The King Of Comedy. I’m told that Phillips and Silver are writing already, but there is nothing firm on where this will fit into the DC schedule.

Sci-Clops will keep you posted on this film’s progress!

Batman Vs. Batman Beyond

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DC has released a cool ‘vs’ video – Batman vs. Batman Beyond. From DC – Which of the Bats will win the belt? In today’s versus clip, we pit the Dark Knight against the Batman of the future—Batman Beyond! Bruce Wayne is a master martial artist and the World’s Greatest Detective. But Terry McGinnis has a suit full of future tech on his side…created by Bruce Wayne himself! In this Battle for the Batcave, which Batman will reign supreme? Which side do you choose? Video at the link below. Enjoy!

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Here’s The Trailer For Adam West’s Final Outing As Batman

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Great find! H/T to Radio Times for this gem!

The late Adam West made one final outing as Batman before his passing in June this year, and now the trailer for the animated project – entitled Batman vs. Two-Face – has arrived. West stars alongside his co-star from the beloved 1960s live-action Batman series Burt Ward as Robin and Star Trek’s William Shatner as Two-Face. Watch the clip below.

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Trailer – Batman Telltale 2: Joker’s New Allies


Telltale Games returns to the world of the Dark Knight with Batman: The Enemy Within, the second season of it’s acclaimed new Batman game. In this DC All Access clip, we sit down with Telltale’s Job Stauffer to discuss the new season including what’s been added since season one, how the action has evolved and what the relationship is between the Joker and Riddler. Check out the video at the link below. 

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Joe Manganiello Doesn’t Seem Sure About Deathstroke’s Status In The Batman

The Batman movie chaos continues with the story changing sometimes every other day…

Via JoBlo: Warner Bros.’ DCEU has been experiencing quite an overhaul this past year, including a major restructuring of THE BATMAN. In addition to starring in the film, Ben Affleck was also set to co-write and direct THE BATMAN, but Affleck later dropped out of the director’s chair and was replaced by Matt Reeves (WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES). At the time it seemed that Reeves would be working from the existing script, but the director later confirmed that they would be starting from scratch. Although we didn’t know much about THE BATMAN, we did know that Joe Manganiello would be playing Deathstroke, but, with the the script going back to the drawing board, Deathstroke’s status is no longer assured.

Read more on this story including a discussion with Joe here…

Batman and Harley Quinn: Exclusive Clip!

New Batman film! Via DC Comics: Kevin Conroy alert! In this DC All Access news roundup, we’re treating you to an exclusive clip from the upcoming Bruce Timm animated movie, Batman and Harley Quinn. Plus, we preview some of this week’s must-read new comics, including the stunning Dark Days: The Casting, look ahead to San Diego Comic-Con and make an exclusive announcement about one of our favorite undead heroes. 

Video at the link below.

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Batman: Gotham By Gaslight Is Next DC Animated Film


Anytime you have a major animated superhero film announcement, it’s cause for celebration!

Via CBR:

The next direct-to-video DC Comics-based animated feature has been revealed to be an adaptation of the ’80s Elseworlds story Batman: Gotham by Gaslight(via ComicBook). The news was revealed in a list of special features for the home video release of the preceding animated feature, Batman and Harley Quinn. The list notes that the release includes “A Sneak Peek at DC Universe’s Next Animated Movie: Batman: Gotham by Gaslight.”

The first-ever DC Comics Elseworlds story, Gotham by Gaslight was written by Brian Augustyn and drawn by Hellboy mastermind Mike Mignola, with inks by P. Craig Russell. The story features a Victorian-era take on Batman that’s on the hunt for serial killer Jack the Ripper. The one-off story spawned a sequel, Master of the Future, written by Augustyn and drawn by Eduardo Barreto.

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Could The Batman Spark A New Trilogy Of Movies For The Caped Crusader?

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More Batman movies? Another trilogy idea? What do you think?

Via We Got This Covered: 

War For the Planet of the Apes is almost upon us (July 14th) and for comic book fans, the threequel’s ongoing press tour has become a rich treasure trove of interviews and tantalizing tidbits relating to Matt Reeves and his approach to The Batman.

Now that the filmmaker is coming off the one-two punch of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and the imminent War, all eyes are beginning to turn toward his next creature venture, which involves a dalliance with the DC Extended Universe. And for all of the drama that threatened to engulf The Batman four months ago – in short: Ben Affleck handed over directing duties to Matt Reeves – there is now a tangible sense of excitement swirling around the nascent project, which is expected to begin filming sometime next year, long after Justice League swoops into theaters in November.

Mining inspiration from Christopher Nolan, film noir, Rocksteady’s Arkham series(?), and even Alfred Hitchcock, much has been made about Matt Reeves’ creative approach to The Batman, but with so many ideas floating around, one has to wonder: Will Reeves and his team really cram everything into a single spinoff? Turns out the director has at the very least considered the possibility of spinning out a new trilogy featuring Gotham’s Dark Knight.

I have ideas about an arc, but really, the important thing is just to start… you have to start with one. You know, you have to start with a story that begins something. And I would be lying if I could tell you that the arcs of Apes was already planned out, because it simply wasn’t; it’s one of those things where that character was so potent, and the possibility was embedded from the beginning, but exactly how you’ve got from A to Z is not something that existed.

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