Following on from the brilliant Batman: Gotham By Gaslight Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment have brought another magnificent DC story to life, this time the epic Death of Superman saga which caused comic book chaos when it came out in 1992 and 1993.
Continuing their amazingly strong and eclectic output the fantastic publishers at SelfMadeHero’s take on the real life tale of one of humanities greatest achievements which took place many years ago way back in 1969, the Apollo mission that put a man on the moon for the first time.
As I discussed in my review of Gotham: The Complete Third Season, DC hasn’t always had the best track record when it’s come to taking its most popular, famous and kick ass character the one and only Batman (I said it Superman deal with it!) from the comic pages to the screen however there is […]
With Christopher Nolan’s 4K Ultra HD Seven Disc Collection now available to own for the first time, we have a great trailer available which showcases the featured films “The Dark Knight Trilogy”, “Inception,” “Dunkirk”, The Prestige” and “Interstellar”, brought to you by Warner Bros.