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Galaxy Note 7 might have an Injustice Edition like the Galaxy S7

Galaxy Note 7 might have an Injustice Edition like the Galaxy S7

It’s not unusual for Samsung to have some specially themed limited editions of its flagship smartphones. What’s unusual, however, is for which team they’re playing. In the past, Sammy has been batting for Marvel’s Avengers, especially Iron Man. This year, however, it seems the manufacturer has gone over to DC Comics’ side of the fence. Following the Galaxy S7 edge, the Galaxy Note 7 might soon have its own Injustice Edition. That’s at least based on this recent batch of leaked photos bearing the Dark Knight’s black and gold theme.

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Original 1960s Batman TV show cast returns for new animated movie

Original 1960s Batman TV show cast returns for new animated movie

There's been a lot of poorly received Batman releases in the last year, from the disappointing Batman v Superman movie, to the recent animated adaptation of The Killing Joke and its portrayal of violence against women. But just when you think DC has ruined the Batman excellence that was built up with Christopher Nolan's trilogy comes something straight out of left field: a new animated movie with the cast of the original 1960s Batman TV show providing the voices.

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Suicide Squad join Marvel Comics in accessory skins aplenty

Suicide Squad join Marvel Comics in accessory skins aplenty

The devices we've got in our pockets right this minute have a choice that needs to be made - be they Marvel Comics fans, or be they DC Comics fans? At a time when we're essentially in a Golden Age for comic book movies, how does one choose which side to take? We've been sent a few SkinIt skins and cases and whatnot to have a peek at their newest collections from both sides of the arena - Suicide Squad to Spider-Man.

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Suicide Squad sets opening night record with $20.5M despite numerous poor reviews

Suicide Squad sets opening night record with $20.5M despite numerous poor reviews

While critics have widely panned Suicide Squad, the new DC Comics supervillain movie from Warner Bros., that isn't stopping eager fans from buying tickets to its theatrical release. The film made its domestic debut on Thursday evening, and ended up setting a box office record for August openings, bringing in $20.5 million.

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Wonder Woman, Justice League, LEGO Batman trailers fly high

Wonder Woman, Justice League, LEGO Batman trailers fly high

The San Diego Comic-Con, a.k.a SDCC, isn't simply a gathering of comics fans, artists, writers, and companies. It has also become the venue for dropping teasers and revealing trailers for all things related to comics. And sometimes even things that aren't. We've already caught a glimpsed of Netflix's upcoming renditions Marvel's comics universe, so it's only fair to give DC Comics its time in the spotlight as well. Aside from the expected Suicide Squad drops, Warner Bros. has released official trailers for three (or two and a blocky half) highly anticipated superhero films descending on cinemas next year.

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Google Comics Bubble Zoom makes digital books unique

Google Comics Bubble Zoom makes digital books unique

This week the folks at Google have taken their Google Books platform to a new level at SDCC. Comic books - those participating in the project - will be coming alive (so to speak) with a service called Bubble Zoom. This feature will allow portions of each comic page to zoom and grow when a user's finger moves overhead. This could make the entire medium change and inspire comic artists to change the way they create comics. If nothing else, this feature will certainly make each page pop.

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Superman is the best superhero says 7-year research study

Superman is the best superhero says 7-year research study

Arguments over which superhero would win in a fight are as old as time itself. Cyclops vs Iron Man; Green Lantern vs The Flash; Hulk vs Deadpool; Spider-Man vs Wolverine; and, of course, Superman vs Batman. But what deciding on the single best superhero out of everyone? Students at the UK's University of Leicester have spent seven years researching and applying science to the debate to come up with an answer. To little surprise, it's Superman (sorry Batman).

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SyFy greenlights “Krypton” Superman “prequel” pilot

SyFy greenlights “Krypton” Superman “prequel” pilot

The eternal rivalry between comics giants Marvel and DC is once again taking another step forward, this time on the telly instead of cinemas. While there will always be a debate on who's doing better at the box office, some would contend that DC has a more solid thing going compared to Marvel's occasional Netlfix hot items. From Flash to Gotham to Supergirl, DC's super-powered characters have cemented their legacies on television. Soon you might be able to add one more with SyFy giving to go signal for a pilot episode of "Krypton", which, as you might have already guessed, is set in Superman's home world.

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Angry Birds Movie actors pick alternate universe superhero film roles

Angry Birds Movie actors pick alternate universe superhero film roles

This past week we had the opportunity to speak with Jason Sudeikis, Maya Rudolph, and Josh Gad, all of whom told us which superhero they'd be OK with playing in a film in the future. These three are all currently in The Angry Birds Movie - we were at the press junket for said movie, and due to the content of said movie, our conversation dove in on superheroes rather quickly. Be it animated or live-action - which roles would these comedians take if given the opportunity?

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Wonder Woman movie release moved up, two new DC films given dates

Wonder Woman movie release moved up, two new DC films given dates

While the recent Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie left many fans and critics divided, the appearance of Wonder Woman, played by actress Gal Gadot, was almost universally praised as the highlight of the film. Those who are looking forward to the character's stand-alone movie now have less of a wait before them, as Warner Bros. is moving the release of Wonder Woman up to June 2nd, 2017.

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Batman v Superman Review: A Triumph

Batman v Superman Review: A Triumph

I don't believe in the conspiracy theories that say critics have a vendetta against DC Comics and/or Zack Snyder. I also don't believe that a movie with both Batman and Superman in it needs any help to succeed in the box office. That's not what we're here for. What I'm here for is to explain what you're in for when you eventually see this film. I'm here to suggest that, while this film is not good in the same way The Dark Knight was good, it's a fantastic base for the future of the DC Comics film universe.

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Batman v Superman trailers show film you wont see

Batman v Superman trailers show film you wont see

Today we're going to show you every piece of Batman v Superman footage available - clues aplenty. Clues as to what we're going to actually be seeing. What we're looking at here is how close the final film is going to end up being to what we're being presented. Is this film going to be a dark battle between Superman and Batman? Or is this going to be a movie that dismisses Superman almost entirely, focusing on the next generation of Batman fans in the process?

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