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Master Race Batman Statue by Andy Kubert

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DC Comics Batman Statue by Andy Kubert


This Batman statue is by no means a new product by DC Comics but I recently received my personal collectible and had to dote on it a little. It pretty much goes without saying that Andy Kubert is one of my favorite artists, especially for the Batman character. Frank Miller and Andy Kubert have always produced exceptional material be it books and/or figures/statues.


This DC Comics porcelain statue is from the Dark Knight III designer series titled The Master Race Batman by Andy Kubert, and it screams toughness and serious badass-ery. What I mean is that the statue has terrific proportions with forceful exaggerated features such as the hands, arms and legs. The mixture of soft colors on the grey suit and yellow utility belt are well complimented by the black cape and stern expression of his face in the cowl. The pose certainly exhumes confidence with highly visible evidence as to why Batman is Gotham City’s protector.


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Justice League: Batman’s Tactical Suit Revealed

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DC Justice League Film Logo


Social Media has become a major player in the movie industry and is the preferred way for introducing major reveals for the film’s character, sets, or even filming locations. Warner Bros. and DC film director Zach Snyder is no different. Throughout the filming of Batman v Superman Snyder cleverly released sneak peek photos of the characters in their suits and the toys they would be playing with throughout the movie.


During the filming of Batman v Superman we caught our first glimpse of the new Batman (Ben Affleck) standing next to the new Batmobile inside an abandoned warehouse. This sparked various speculation as to what the actual colors of the suit would be which only drew more attention to the film and Warner Bros./DC as well as Affleck himself. Clear and complete pictures of the Batmobile also surfaced via social media which furthered the pre-marketing intensity.


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Star Wars Rebels Season 3



Disney Star Wars Rebels Season3


We are roughly over a week away from Disney’s Star Wars Rebels Season 3 premiere on their own DisneyXD station. Fans are excited to follow their new rogue Rebel heroes as the Ghost crew embark on new journeys while Ezra Bridger continues his Jedi training.


The third season is expected to be as successful as season two, or better, and the anticipation is high with the addition of new characters and the return of some of our favorites. The arrival of villain Grand Admiral Thrawn is going to be a major draw for this season as well as newcomer, a creature who calls himself “The Bendu” who is voiced by a sci-fi favorite Tom Baker (Doctor Who). Kanan will turn to Bendu for advice who is surprisingly impartial to the mythological Force of Light and Dark.


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Man of Steel 2 in “Active Development”

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DC Manof Steel


The movie Man of Steel opened in theatres back in 2013 and was DC/Warner Bros.’ inaugural release for their Extended Movie Universe. Even though the film received mixed reviews and left fans of the Big Blue Boy Scout divided.


It was also at the 2013 Comic-Con that Warner Bros. announced the follow-up project Batman v Superman which would include Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Hints of cameos from Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg were given laying the initial groundwork leading up to the Justice League 1 & 2 projects (back then). Batman v Superman was by no means a true sequel to the Man of Steel film and it was made clear by director Zach Snyder.


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Star Trek Celebrates 50 Years



Star Trek New Series


“Star Trek” celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and continues to remain a significant element of pop culture among Hollywood’s elite and space laced scientists-enthusiasts alike. Many scientists have celebrated their success and downright interest in the field of science indirectly due to the “Star Trek” series.


“Star Trek’s” creator Gene Roddenberry created the Roddenberry Foundation aiming to ensure that the innovative themes and ideas started fictionally are supported by professional resources that are dedicated to helping bring them into the world of reality.


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Joe Manganiello is Deathstroke in Batman Solo film

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DC Batman Deathstroke


Following the appearance of the recent footage posted by Ben Affleck reports surfaced that Deathstroke will in fact be the main villain in the new Batman solo film. Other rumors include the possibility of Deathstroke appearing in the upcoming Justice league film. This cannot be confirmed or denied at this point but rest assured we will be seeing Slade Wilson aka Deathstroke in an upcoming DC film.


Several names began to circulate ever since the role was announced. Ron Perlman, Eric Dane, Stephan Lang, and Joe Manganiello all were in the running for Batman/Bruce Wayne’s opposition. Late this week the decision was made and Joe Manganiello (True Blood) is the chosen one. DC Film boss Geoff Johns revealed the news confirming it through The Wall Street Journal.


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Killjoys Season 2 Finale Review



Syfy Killjoys Season 2


For me Killjoys was an honest hopeful replacement for Defiance after its final episode in 2015 of a three season run. The bounty hunter concept peaked my interest right off the bat. Two very close attractive intergalactic hunters of opposing genders chasing deadly warrants throughout their four-planet system known as the Quad. The series follows the team of agents known as Killjoys led by Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), the pilot/techie Johnny (Aaron Ashmore),along with found family relative Johnny’s ex-army brother D’Avin (Luke Macfarlane). All three are RAC (Reclamation Apprehension Coalition) agents certified to acquire upper level class warrants. Dutch is the only level five agent on the team.


The series kind of reminds me of Firefly in a way and it absolutely has potential to become a cult classic if it continues on the same progression. There are certainly loyal Killjoy fans who are excited that the series has continued on reuniting the semi-reckless ragtag team of bandits pursuing adventures that lead them into trouble at just about every turn.


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Deathstroke in Upcoming DC Films

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DC Batman Deathstroke


Warner Bros. is beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel with their DCCU. After what seemed to be another box office letdown Suicide Squad has turned the tables giving the production company a win with a Box Office Gross of $672.9 million. Warner Bros./DC have a strong plan for the next 5 years that include an upcoming Wonder Woman, Justice League 1 & 2, Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, Shazam, and Batman solo projects. More recent rumors/plans include a Green Lantern Corps, Dark Universe, Harley Quinn, and Man of Steel 2.


Speaking of rumors Ben Affleck – the new Bruce Wayne and Batman of the Cenematic Universe recently released a teaser video via Twitter of an unknown actor disguised in a Deathstroke costume. The video is short but shows the character walking through a semi trailer on what looks like the Justice League set. Rumor has it that it may be in the new Batman hanger named the “Flying Fox”. If you look carefully you can see what looks like the new Batmobile in the background.


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SE Contest: Comic Book Subscription – Winner

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In celebration for the upcoming DC franchise film Suicide Squad and Marvel’s Doctor Strange we are proud to present Supernatural-Entertainment’s second contest of 2016. The rules are very simple. Please submit your full name and email address with city and state or country where you reside. The winner will be selected by a randomizer program and the results will be posted on the website.


The results for this 2016 contest are as follows:


Congratulations to Winner!!! : Matthew Moraca of St. Petersburg, Florida. We will contact the winner to sort out the details regarding their 4 titles (selection) and delivery.


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Darwyn Cooke Artist and Writer

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DC Darwyn Cooke


Darwyn Cooke was a Canadian Eisner Award-winning comic book writer, artist, cartoonist, and animator, known for his work on the comic books Catwoman, DC: The New Frontier, The Spirit, and Richard Stark’s Parker: The Hunter. Cooke was an accomplished artist and writer in the field of comics & animated TV and his unique style of character artistry is what drew me in as a loyal fan. His DC Collectibles Black and White Batman statue is one of my favorite among the signature collection within my own personal collection of statues.


Darwyn Cooke was born in Toronto in 1962. His father was a construction worker who went on to run a union. He and his brother Dennis we raised in Nova Scotia. His discovery and interest with comics began as a child, but he did not become passionate about them until he was a teenager, after purchasing an issue of The Amazing Spider-Man drawn by John Romita. His father did not think that comics were a good avenue for a career. Regardless Darwyn attended George Brown College to pursue his interest, but was expelled after a year.


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