Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series [Blu-ray]
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Warner Archive Collection
Run Time: 897 minutes
Release Date: November 10, 2015
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An image of what appears to be a Mattel triple-pack of action figures contains Batman, Superman and Lex Luthor, with Lex described as Mega-Armored Lex Luthor on the packaging.
It's unknown whether or not Lex wears this (or any) armor during the film. Similar to the recent LEGO play set which had Lex in a helicopter, we just don't know at this point in time whether this action figure represents something that actually happens in the movie or not.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will be released in theaters on March 25, 2016.
Titled "Red Faced", this episode is scheduled to air on CBS in the USA on Monday, November 30 at 8.00pm ET/PT.
Guest Stars Include Iddo Goldberg as Red Tornado and its Creator, Dr. Morrow; Joan Juliet Buck as Katherine Grant, Cat's Mother; and Glenn Morshower as General Sam Lane, Lucy's Father
"Red Faced" - Personal and professional stress get the better of Kara when she goes too far during a training exercise against Red Tornado, a military cyborg commissioned by Lucy Lane's father, General Sam Lane. Also, Cat's tough exterior is shaken by a visit from her judgmental mother, Katherine, and Alex enlists Winn to look into her father's mysterious death, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Nov. 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Guest stars include Iddo Goldberg as Red Tornado and its creator, Dr. Morrow; Joan Juliet Buck as Katherine Grant, Cat's mother; and Glenn Morshower as General Sam Lane, Lucy's father.
On sale date: November 25, 2015 (unless otherwise stated).
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Cover date: January 2016
"The Lesser of 2 Monsters"
Writer: Scott Lobdell
Penciller: Javier Fernandez
Inker: Javier Fernandez
Cover: Javier Fernandez & Ulises Arreola
Reviewed by: Adam Dechanel
Yes, you heard me.
This rushed finale ties nothing up, the angst that has been ever present fades and Reiser suddenly gains the ability to control his powers and speak in coherent sentences.
Considering the direction the book was taking over the past five months and the character development, it seems odd to deliver such an unsatisfying finale. It's obvious that the book was killed off before the storyline was finished but if there are fans of either Doomed or Teen Titans I guess they will be happy to know Reiser will be a Titan from now on.
Dewan-Tatum: Yeah, my father, that episode is really fun. It is intense. He has a take-charge, take-no-prisoners type of attitude. He is very intimidating. He maybe doesn't have the fondest feelings for Jimmy, and there's a lot to live up to with that being your father. There's sort of a feeling of, "I'm such a daddy's girl growing up and I really want to make him proud all the time," so there's a moral dilemma that [Lucy] gets into as far as seeing the true colors of her father, working for him and yet also wanting to please him and be in love with somebody that maybe he doesn't approve of. There are a lot of layers and emotions that pop up.
Speaking of family, does Lucy feel a little bit like she's lived in the shadow of her sister Lois?
Dewan-Tatum: Yeah, definitely. [Lois has] always been the one that got the attention, she was known for being smart and she was the one that everyone sort of talked about and it was, "Lois this, Lois that." Lucy has lived in that shadow...so, there's a frustration that comes with that. I think a lot of people that have siblings can relate with that. I actually don't have any sisters so it was fun to develop that. I was really intrigued. I would go, "What would that be like to have a bigger sister that is definitely the shining star and you've lived in that shadow? How does that feel for you? But also you're a shining star in your own way and coming into your own power without being Lois' sister?" So you want to create your own identity and definitely in an episode to come there's a bit of frustration with that.
When do you watch "Supergirl"?
Good to see that the majority of you (those who are able to) are watching "Supergirl" live on TV as it airs.
Here's the complete voting breakdown:
Live on TV
36% [34 Votes]
The next day on DVR
18% [17 Votes]
Later in the week on DVR
13% [12 Votes]
I download it from the internet
16% [15 Votes]
I don't watch it because I can't
3% [3 Votes]
I don't watch it because I don't want to
8% [8 Votes]
6% [6 Votes]
That immediately piques Kara's interest: "What? No ... he just moved here."
But Lucy isn't satisfied with the answer, as she continues to fish for information.
"What about Supergirl?" Lucy asks, unaware she's talking to the caped hero. "I'm just worried he's going to find her irresistible."
Tonight's new episode of "Supergirl" is titled "How Does She Do It?", and will air on CBS at 8.00pm.
You know, it really might. That's the honest truth. You can't really help it. But I respect what CBS chose to do and what the producers chose to do, pulling the episode. It was the right thing to do. And I'm happy the episode is going to be seen in the end. I received a lot of messages from people who want to learn more about Lucy and how she ended up in this place with James in this episode. They were confused. So this episode will clear up a lot of deep questions people have about James and Lucy. This episode will give you much more to chew on.
It's always a risk coming onto a show as a romantic foil for a relationship that fans are rooting for. Were you nervous or intimidated at all coming onto Supergirl as James' ex right when he and Kara were starting to develop some real chemistry?
As most TV shows go, it continues to develop as you become a part of it. So I knew that they had intentions for this character. One of the things that the showrunners wanted to do was to make her a warm, fun character. Just a really smart and strong woman. I wasn't interested in coming on as playing this old, intentional foil to James and Kara. That's not so fun to play. This is different because we're creating this relationship and friendship between Lucy and Kara. And you'll see that Lucy is human. She's not perfect but she holds her own. So this isn't just a love triangle storyline. It blossoms into some awesome and exciting story points to come. I'm not just some ice queen coming on to shake things up for Kara.
Scheduled for release in July 2016, the figures stand approximately 6.3 inches (160mm) tall. The Superman figure (created in the likeness of Henry Cavill) features a textured suit and cloth cape, with a display stand to simulate flight. Batman (created in the likeness of Ben Affleck) comes equipped with a Batarang, a grappling gun and other equipment.
It's not yet known if Geoff Johns is writing the book himself, but he posted uncolored artwork from the interior of the book by artist Joe Bennet.
We'll let you know when DC Comics makes a full announcement about this upcoming comic book.
A Japanese toy magazine has unveiled the upcoming release of the MAFEX "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" action figures. Expected to be around six inches tall, there isn't much information available as yet about these figures or when they'll be released (unless someone can translate the Japanese text for us).
Additionally, Graphitti Designs will be releasing their own line of "Batman v Superman" T-Shirts, which will include the movie's main logo along with individual character logos for Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
Levi Miller Guest Stars as Carter Grant, Cat's Son, and Jenna Dewan-Tatum Guest Stars as Lucy Lane
"How Does She Do It?" - Kara's two identities are stretched thin when Supergirl must protect National City from a series of bombings and Kara is tasked with babysitting Cat's son, Carter. Also, James is conflicted when his ex-girlfriend Lucy Lane seeks to rekindle their relationship, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Nov. 16 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Levi Miller guest stars as Carter Grant, Cat's son, and Jenna Dewan-Tatum guest stars as Lucy Lane.
The episode was written by Yahlin Chang and Ted Sullivan, and directed by Thor Freudenthal.
Cover date: January 2016
Writer: Daniel H. Wilson
Penciller: Alisson Borges
Inker: Alisson Borges
Cover: Jorge Jimenez and John Rouch
Reviewed by: James Lantz