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DC is killing Vertigo imprint to bring comics under single brand

DC is killing Vertigo imprint to bring comics under single brand

In 1993, DC Comics launched an imprint called Vertigo that got recognition for its more mature and graphic content. Following reports claiming as much, DC Comics has confirmed that it will sunset the imprint in order to bring all of its content under the same brand. Rather than offering this more adult-oriented content under Vertigo, DC will split up its offerings by age groups.

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DC Universe original ‘Swamp Thing’ cancelled: Here’s what we know

DC Universe original ‘Swamp Thing’ cancelled: Here’s what we know

DC Universe, the subscription service from DC Entertainment, has cancelled its original show Swamp Thing. The series is one of multiple original shows the digital service offers subscribers, presenting the DC Universe character in its own drama. News of the cancellation surfaced earlier today, but it took some time for official details to arrive.

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First “Joker” trailer promises Joaquin Phoenix at his creepiest

First “Joker” trailer promises Joaquin Phoenix at his creepiest

If you're not a fan of clowns, probably best not to watch. The first teaser trailer for the upcoming "Joker" movie has been released, and it's a chance to see the initial glimpses of Joaquin Phoenix playing the Gotham City super villain.

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DC Universe will offer full DC digital comics library starting in April

DC Universe will offer full DC digital comics library starting in April

DC Comics has launched a subscription service called DC Universe that allows fans to access TV shows, movies, exclusive merchandise, and more. In an announcement at WonderCon tonight, the company revealed that its subscribers will also get access to the company's huge library of digital comics without any additional costs, providing members will direct access to more than eight decades' worth of single issue comics.

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Stan Lee dead at 95: Here’s a list of all the most important heroes he created

Stan Lee dead at 95: Here’s a list of all the most important heroes he created

Today Stan Lee shuffled off this mortal coil and made his way to Valhalla - or wherever he believed he was headed. He was 95 years young - and rather than focusing on how he died or anything less important, we're going to go right ahead and discuss the massive impact he had on our society. Stan Lee didn't invent the comic book superhero, but he's certainly one of the biggest name in the sport - especially given the recent Marvel Comics dominance of our modern pop culture worldwide.

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PUBG Suicide Squad crossover details: Harley Quinn, Joker on deck

PUBG Suicide Squad crossover details: Harley Quinn, Joker on deck

It might be a bit strange to see a headline about Suicide Squad here at the tail end of 2018, but here we are. PUBG Corporation has announced a new team up with DC Comics that will see a Suicide Squad crossover event happen in-game at some point in the near future. This, of course, means new skins for players to unlock in PUBG.

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Aquaman latest trailer is here and it’s a long one

Aquaman latest trailer is here and it’s a long one

We're just a couple of months out from the release of Aquaman, and Warner Bros decided to treat the folks at New York Comic Con to an extended look at the movie. Luckily for all of us who didn't go to New York Comic Con this year, Warner Bros isn't keeping the extended trailer exclusive to in-person attendees. The company published the trailer to YouTube shortly after it premiered at NYCC, giving us all a chance to watch it too.

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DC Universe big bang: what’s coming next month

DC Universe big bang: what’s coming next month

DC fans will perhaps begrudgingly admit that Marvel’s properties, direct or otherwise, have saturated the market for a few years. DC definitely had a few good ones but few of those have stuck. Now the comics giant is making one giant gamble with DC Universe, a subscription service for all things DC. And it’s all going down mid-September but it won’t just be about streaming teen angsty series either.

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The Dark Knight is 10 years old: Here’s an IMAX re-release

The Dark Knight is 10 years old: Here’s an IMAX re-release

A decade ago, the Batman film The Dark Knight was released unto an unsuspecting world populous. The Dark Knight was released on the 18th of July, 2008, and on a budget of $185-million, it brought in over $1-billion in box office revenue. Now, 10 years after its initial release, Batman: The Dark Knight is getting an IMAX re-release.

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First Aquaman trailer revealed at SDCC

First Aquaman trailer revealed at SDCC

DC superhero Aquaman hasn't been seen since his appearance in last year's Justice League, but he's finally getting his own movie this fall. The film is also the first since Warner Bros. announced a revised approach for its franchise of DC hero film, with less focus on an interconnected universe as Marvel Studios. Director James Wan was at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend to reveal the first trailer, and it looks like Aquaman is doing all it can to avoid the dark and gloomy world of some of the recent DC films.

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This Teen TITANS trailer is for the children

This Teen TITANS trailer is for the children

If you watch the following series trailer and think it's not a film you'll ever want to see, you're not alone. Think of this amalgamation of elements to be something akin to Twilight or The Hunger Games - a book series made for young adults, then a film series made for adults. This is a DC Comics universe TV show by the name of TITANS, and it follows the lives of the characters most commonly known as the Teen Titans.

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5TIP: 5 more uses for your phone: Pages you’ve not yet turned!

5TIP: 5 more uses for your phone: Pages you’ve not yet turned!

The second in a line of ways and means with which you'll be able to unlock the full use of your smartphone is here today. The first of these came earlier this week, on the 11th of July, when we looked over some of the basics. There we activated the hidden developers menu in Android, took note of the Gyro Sensor, started to hit that Airplane Mode toggle, recorded a bit of audio, and were reminded of one of the most under-utilized apps in the world: Google Translate.

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