Based on the excellent NetherRealm game, Injustice gets an animated adaptation in October as Superman suffers a massive tragedy at the hands of The Joker and decides to take over the world to prevent anything like it from happening again, putting him against Batman and a group of freedom fighters.
AT&T is selling off WarnerMedia and Amazon is looking to purchase MGM, CBS is moving a number of shows to Paramount+, new Superman and Batman animated series are coming to HBO Max and Cartoon Network, Injustice is getting a DC animated movie, Henry Cavill is in talks to star in the Highlander reboot and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Robert Kirkman’s excellent comic series Invincible arrives in March on Prime Video with a new animated series that follows the life of 17-year-old superhero Mark Grayson, who tries to juggle high school problems with training and trying to live up to his powerful and beloved superhero father, Omniman.
Slightly over a month until its release on HBO Max, we have a new trailer for the four-hour epic that will be Zack Snyder’s Justice League, which features the return of Jared Leto’s Joker, black-suit Superman, Darkseid and his henchmen, and more.
A new era of the animated DC Universe dawns in August (and September) when Superman: Man of Tomorrow arrives, which finds Clark Kent at the beginning of his superhero career battling the dual-threat of Lobo and Parasite, both recently arrived on Earth and threatening humanity.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about a sequel to Labyrinth, the first look at Darkseid from the Snyder Cut, The Lincoln Lawyer and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo coming to Amazon, The Gentlemen, Bloodshot and more.