Welcome to the SuperBro Comic Corner. Every week, a few of our avid comic readers will be reviewing, analyzing, and recommending which comic books we feel you, our readers, should check out. Could be old, could be new. Comics are the source material for our most beloved films and TV shows so let’s take a look
Month: March 2017
With Star Wars Celebration taking place next month (April 13-16) in Orlando, Florida, there were only a few things have known to expect, mainly the trailer for Star Wars Episode 8 The Last Jedi, but now Lucasfilms rumored future plans for the franchised have been revealed by Star Wars News Net. Three films post 2019
We have some casting news regarding ‘Star Trek: Discovery’, and if you’re a fan of “The Office’, you should be over the moon right now. Rainn Wilson has just been cast on the new CBS show as a character who made his first appearance on the original ‘Star Trek’.
If previous work is anything to go by, then we should expect some great action from David Leitch in the Deadpool sequel. We now have confirmation of that directly from the director himself.
If you go into Ghost in the Shell expecting it to be as good as the anime, you’ll be disappointed. As a standalone film, however, it was good. At times it is even great.
At 20th Century Fox’s CinemaCon presentation, attendants of the convention were treated to surprise: footage from the upcoming R-Rated Comic Book Film, Kingsman: The Golden Circle. A lot of footage was shown, and thanks to Comicbook.com, we were able to get a description of the footage shown.
Ever since Disney announced a planned live action adaptation of their hit animated classic, “The Lion King“, speculation has run rampant regarding the film’s new cast, and the latest potential member is one that many are certainly familiar with.
A new trailer for ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ just dropped, and it reveals to us some new details of the overall plot of the movie.
Looks like the Bat Family is starting to grow a bit more in the DCEU. Variety is reporting that a Batgirl standalone is getting a greenlight to be made. The film will have Joss Whedon not only direct but write and produce the film also. Whedon and WB are getting close to inking a deal
We have known for a while that Warner Bros. has been trying to adapt the popular 1988 anime Akira for a while now. Recently, its been rumored that Daniel Espinosa(Life) and David F. Sandberg(Lights Out) have been in the running to direct the adaptation but now we have another name thats reportedly top choice for Warner Bros.