This doesn’t pull me in but it doesn’t repel me either. It is still very early and I can see that they are keeping the vast majority of the plot from being spoiled in this first teaser, which is smart. I cannot tell whether or not I am convinced of Zachary Levi’s portrayal of the Big Cheese Cheese (Dr. Sivana’s phrase) is good or not. I am sure I will watch it regardless though. What do you think of this trailer?

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The Masters of the Universe are invading the Injustice Universe in this epic crossover. The tyrannical Superman has taken control of Earth and the heroes head to Eternia to recruit its most powerful superhero in combating the dark Kryptonian’s rule. However, there are a few other players in this story, including a couple villains that are going to cause so much trouble in the future. This was written by Tim Seeley and drawn by Freddie E. Williams II. Check out my thoughts on this epic first issue in the attached video!


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At the San Diego Comic Con 2018 and at the Voltron panel, co-showrunner Lauren Montgomery confirmed that Shiro, the leader of Voltron and pilot of the Black Lion (voiced by Josh Keaton), is gay and that the character of Adam, Shiro’s boyfriend will be shown. Oh my glob, that’s awesome! I know many wanted Shiro to be in a relationship with fellow paladin Keith, but this is still great news nonetheless. I have wanted representation in Voltron since the first episode and I can honestly feel that this makes so much sense. As to how other fans feel, well I can figuratively hear people screaming both positively and negatively. I’ll just focus on those that are feeling a sense of joy out of this announcement. Season 7 airs on Netflix on August 7, 2018.




Oh hell’s the to the fracking yes! I cannot express my excitement over how much I am looking forward to this upcoming season. It is the single reason I am subscribing to the new DC Universe streaming service that this will be a part of when released. The first half of the video is a recap of season 2, but the second half is new footage. Check out the clip from EW.com below and let me know what you think!

Can I just say that I really am hoping that Blue Beetle and Impulse/Kid Flash (Bart Allen) will be a couple this season? Bart was bonding with him last season to the point that they almost felt romantically close.


Oh damn, Bobby Drake aka Iceman gets it on with Simon Lasker aka the new Pyro in X-Men Gold #32. Although many people called it way before now, it’s still fracking awesome. Fire and Ice baby! There’s some other comic books that came out this week too, I included some of them in this video, check it out. What’s your load look like?


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Wow, prepare to cry at this trailer. The movie Boy Erased is based on the book Boy Erased: A Memoir which is an memoir based on writer Garrard Conley, the son of a Baptist pastor. In the movie as in the book, Garrard writes about himself when was 19 years old and asked to either leave his family, friends, and faith or go through conversion therapy for his sexuality. This movie stars Lucas Hedges as Garrard, Nicole Kidman as his mother and Russell Crowe as his father.


Just the music alone make me start to tear up while watching this trailer. I can only imagine watching the full movie in theaters. Boy Erased is in theaters on November 2, 2018.


What?! There’s a new Disney XD animated series of shorts with Squirrel Girl, Patriot (where the hell has he been in the comics), Spider-Gwen (Ghost-Spider, because she can’t go by her real name), Ms. Marvel and Quake (I don’t know much about her)?! Hell’s yeah! These shorts are set to premiere on Disney XD on August 13, 2018. There is obviously a huge fun factor involved in this series with the seriousness being toned down a bit, but not so much that there can still be huge adventures that is entertaining to watch, especially with the likelihood that other heroes such as Captain Marvel may and probably will appear.


Cast:
Dove Cameron — Gwen Stacy/Ghost-Spider
Kathleen Khavari – Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel
Kamil McFadden – Rayshaun Lucas/Patriot
Chloe Bennet – Daisy Johnson/Quake
Milana Vayntrub – Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl


Holy Batsticks! According to Variety, one of DC Comics highest profile LGBT characters in the DC Universe may get her own TV show after her debut within the Arrowverse next fall. Caroline Dries is the writer for the project and has been credited with The Vampire Diaries, Melrose Place, and Smallville. In the comic book world, Batwoman’s alter ego, Kate Kane is a lesbian who has been in a relationships with Renee Montoya and Maggie Sawyer. She also is the cousin to Bruce Wayne. She comes from a military background following in the footsteps of her father. She has a lot of her personal issues that translates to her vigilante status and makes for a great character to develop on screen.


Batwoman will first appear in the big crossover event within the Arrowverse this fall. The CW did a wonderful job last season with the Cross Over on Earth X story that featured all of the Arrowverse series together in a four part story and I have high hopes for the next crossover this coming season. How will Batwoman be introduced without her famous cousin, Batman not being in the equation? That should be interesting as the Green Arrow and others have already mentioned Gotham City and Bruce Wayne but all in passing and nothing in direct tone towards Batman. So this should be interesting. What do you think about this?


Walmart has 4 exclusive DC Comic Book specials that are only available in their store. The books themselves are in the form of anthology books that have several stories from different continuities and different timelines. This review is based of off the Teen Titans comic which has four stories involved, two of which have Tim Drake and one has Conner Kent aka Superboy. This was awesome to read and some of the characters being shown have been sorely missed in current DC Comics.


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It is not much of a secret that Jean-Paul Beaubier, aka Northstar, is a gay Mutant in the Marvel Universe. His story of officially coming out in 1992’s Alpha Flight #106 was not a subtle story and quite emotional to read. The issue involves a tear jerker plot with the Canadian superhero finding an baby in a trash can that is HIV positive and only has a short while to live. This coincides with another retired superhero who’s own experience with AIDS causes him to attack out of anger and depression. Check out my thoughts on this issue in the attached video, but be warned, major spoilers ahead.


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