Though it had flaws which kept it from being DC’s answer to Marvel’s Avengers, the super hero team-up movie Justice League did end up being a halfway decent superhero action flick. Not surprisingly, the home version — which is available as a Blu-ray, DVD, digital combo pack; a 3D Blu-ray, DVD, digital combo pack; a 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, digital combo pack; and on DVD — also ends up being fun but flawed. Or maybe that should be flawed but fun.
While I may not have enjoyed it as much as most people, there’s no denying that the superhero movie Wonder Woman struck a chord with fans of both the comics and the character, as well as people who just like to see a literally kick-ass movie. Good thing for them that the home version of Wonder Woman — which is available on Blu-ray, DVD, digital combo pack; 3D Blu-ray, digital combo pack; 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, digital combo pack; and DVD — mostly has what they’d want from a home edition. Mostly.
Funko have announced that they’ll release a series of POP! toys based on DC Comics’ Bombshell books this February, a comic and toy series that reimagines such characters as Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn as if they were from the 1940s.
Batman V Superman Dawn Of Justice was not the grand slam that either DC Comics or their fans were hoping from the second chapter in DC’s cinematic universe. But for those who did enjoy the movie, the Batman V Superman Dawn Of Justice Ultimate Edition (Blu-ray, Ultra HD Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, DVD) is, for the most part, a good way to experience it again, as it not only includes tons of extras, but also has both the original and an interesting longer cut of the movie.
Funko have announced that they’ll release ceramic POP! mugs for Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Robin this August.
Funko have announced that they’ll release a series of Batman V Superman Dawn Of Justice Mopeez toys this March, just in time for the movie’s March 25th opening.
This week — alongside the latest collections of Batman, X-Men, and Iron Man — your friendly, neighborhood comic book store will also be selling Wonder Woman Bondage And Feminism In The Marston/Peter Comics 1941-1948 (hardcover, paperback, digital). A thoughtful look at her real-world origins and how she’s impacted, and been impacted by, feminism, submission, and matriarchal ideas, the book comes from Noah Berlatsky, the editor of TheHoodedUtilitarian.com and a contributor to Slate, The Atlantic, and The Comics Journal. But while this isn’t the first book to tackle this subject, Berlatsky explains why he thinks, “The overlap is minimal to nonexistent.”
DC Collectibles, a division of DC Comics, have announced a slew of new action figures and statues. Along with statues of Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Hawkgirl, they’re also releasing action figures for fans of the TV shows Arrow, Batman: The Animated Adventures, The New Batman Adventures, and The Flash.