Get POP-Cultured! Comics, Movies, TV, Video Games & more!

Your daily source of all-exclusive pop-culture news, reviews & opinion by eXpertComics    Follow ENR on Facebook Follow ENR on Twitter Follow ENR on Google+

 
Monday, 29 May 2017 17:46
Injustice: Gods Among Us was only just the beginning. NetherRealm, the same video game studio that develops the Mortal Kombat series has yet another blockbuster Fighter franchise on their hands. Injustice delves into an alternate DC Universe where Earth’s greatest hero, Superman, becomes the type of tyrannical villain he was once sworn to oppose after he executes The Joker. The snowball effect of that event creates a world where our heroes and villains are drastically changed and the status quo of the DC Universe is flipped upside down. The first game’s story mode had the heroes of a more familiar Earth come to help Batman’s rebels battle Superman’s regime, but this new installment shows us the aftermath of that story. A new threat emerges as Brainiac (who is responsible for the destruction of Krypton in this reality) attacks Earth’s cities and enlists the world’s vilest menaces to aide him. Read more...
Published in Video Games
Sunday, 13 November 2016 15:30
I covered DC Comic's LEGENDS #1 last week. This week, I will be covering issue #2 of the series !! Legends #2 starts off with Gwyneth Tate, a newswoman who is reporting on the incineration of Macro Man .by Captain Marvel. G. Gordon Godfrey "happens" to be on the scene for an interview. Godfrey bemoans the "Rise of the Super Hero" who he claims will bring about society's downfall. "Today's high powered world is too sophisticated, too complicated, simply too dangerous for such a outdated notion as the Heroic Ideal!" Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Monday, 07 November 2016 14:33
"Heroes get remembered, but legends never die!" -- Babe Ruth. "The EPIC Of The CENTURY -- STARTS RIGHT HERE! So screams the cover blurb on the cover of the first issue of DC's six issue mini series "Legends". The people tasked with producing the book had a daunting task before them. Legends was o be DC's follow up to the monumental Crisis On Infinite Earths comic that had made such an impact the previous year. The problem? How do you follow a series that featured thousands of characters (every character that existed in DC Comics stable made at least a brief appearance during the course of the issues)? Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Show me all new releases

Buy Comics Online on eXpertComics

Sign up For Our Newsletter:
@
Please wait
©2009 - 2017 eXpertComics.com™/eXpertComics.ca/ENR | eXPress News & Reviews/iComic.ca™ | All characters © of their respective ™ owners | Terms