Ben Affleck Is Officially Out As Batman

According to an article on Deadline, Matt Reeves' 'Batman' movie will hit theaters on June 25, 2021 and will focus on a young Bruce Wayne; which means Affleck is out. Affleck further confirmed this news when he shared the Deadline article on his Twitter account and wished Reeves well on his version of the Caped … Continue reading Ben Affleck Is Officially Out As Batman

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One Last Christmas Present

In typical phoenix fashion, I come back with something beautiful. One last gift from NYCC 2018, well more like THREE. You think I would go to one of the biggest cons in the country and NOT take tons of cosplay pictures?! Also, you're getting TWO full panels. The Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo panel IN … Continue reading One Last Christmas Present

Aquaman Review: Outrageously Entertaining

Guest review by: Callum The Critic You can check his film blog here I am not going to open up my introduction with a typical comment on the DCEU because I feel like I have nothing new to say about it and I would rather stay focused on “Aquaman” himself. As far as heroes within … Continue reading Aquaman Review: Outrageously Entertaining

Da Phoenix Den – Episode 5: The Art of Inclusion!

"Different colors, different kids, different colored kids!" - Alpha 5 Back from the ashes! I sit down with the man himself, the owner of Up Your Geek, Lamar Cain! We talk about Marvel, DC, Power Rangers, and why the f*ck we can't just get along! https://soundcloud.com/user-53220043/da-phoenix-den-episode-5-the-art-of-inclusion

The Permeating Issue Of Toxicity In Fandoms

It is a great feeling of being a fan of something. We are all fans of different things and that can stem into being part of a fandom. While some people are fans of sports others are fans of different forms of entertainment that include video games, movies, shows, and comics. All of these forms … Continue reading The Permeating Issue Of Toxicity In Fandoms

Batman v. Superman: How It Has Been Able To Stay Relevant For Over Two Years

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice premiered on March 25th, 2016 in American Cinemas. The film had been hyped for months promising the first look into the World of DC superheroes coming together, but when it finally came out it was hit hard with overwhelmingly negative critical reception. It was certainly a blow to the … Continue reading Batman v. Superman: How It Has Been Able To Stay Relevant For Over Two Years

Joss Whedon Departs From Directing ‘Batgirl’

According to an article from The Hollywood Reporter, Joss Whedon, director of Marvel's 'The Avengers', 'Avengers 2', and creator of 'Firefly', has reportedly departed ways with WB and DC. Whedon was slated to write and direct the solo 'Batgirl' movie, but has left the project due to him not having come up with a story, apparently. … Continue reading Joss Whedon Departs From Directing ‘Batgirl’