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Official Trailer For Live-Action ‘Swamp Thing’ Series Is Here
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Swamp Thing

About a month ago we saw a teaser trailer for Swamp Thing, DC’s upcoming live-action series based on the comic book character created by writer Len Wein and artist Bernie Wrightson.

The series stars Crystal Reed, Henderson Wade, Jennifer Beals, Andy Bean, Virginia Madsen, Will Patton, Maria Sten, Kevin Durand, and Derek Mears as the title character.

You can find a brief synopsis for Swamp Thing and check out the official trailer as well as a new poster below.

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Teaser Trailer For Live-Action ‘Swamp Thing’ Series Released
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DC Universe's Swamp Thing Series

Almost one year ago, we found out that a live-action Swamp Thing series was in the works for DC’s streaming service DC Universe.

Now a teaser trailer has been released for the series, which is based on the DC characters written and drawn by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson. And if you’re a fan of horror, it’s something you’re definitely going to want to see.

You can check out the trailer below, along with a brief synopsis and a reveal video that was shared last week.

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DC Universe Orders Season 2 Of ‘Titans’, Releases New Trailer
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DC Universe will be an online hub for all things DC Comics. Not only is it a place to access classic shows and read some great comics books, it will also be a place for original content like Titans. The show based on the younger heroes of DC Comics will see Robin (Brenton Thwaites) bring a group of superpowered beings like Raven (Teagan Croft), Starfire (Anna Diop), and Beast Boy (Ryan Potter) to become a new group of defenders. While reactions have been mixed, DC Universe has ordered a second season of the show right before the first one is supposed to air. Which is an extremely high vote of confidence. More on this, plus a new trailer here below.

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SDCC 2018: ‘Titans’ Trailer Reveals Robin Dropping An F-Bomb, Plus DC Universe Streaming Service Cost
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The DC Universe has dropped their first trailer for the live-action Titans, and it’s something. Unlike the sunny and comical Teen Titans we’ve seen on Cartoon Network, this is a complete departure from all of that. It’s looks darker, grittier, and Robin has a choice word about his former mentor Batman. A four letter choice word to be precise.

Check out the first trailer for Titans, along with how much the DC Universe streaming service will cost, below.

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DC Universe Streaming Service Launching Later This August
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DC Universe Swamp Thing

A new DC Universe is on the horizon. There is the DCEU for films. Then there is the Arrowverse for those who may like television. But for those who love to stream, the DC Universe is about to launch later this summer, and now we are getting our first look at what they have to offer in an all-new trailer. Check it out here below.

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Live-Action ‘Swamp Thing’ Series In The Works
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Swamp Thing Bernie Wrightson

Despite some of the shaky later seasons for Arrow and The Flash, DC television is far superior to its Marvel competitors. New shows like Krypton and Black Lightning may not be connected to the Arrowverse, but they have proven to be huge hits with TV audiences. The comic book company has a number of properties to work with, and they have now announced their latest superhero to get a series treatment. It’s been revealed that a live-action Swamp Thing is in the works.

The series will be coming to DC’s digital streaming service, called DC Universe, and Aquaman director James Wan will be one of the creative figureheads behind the upcoming show. More on the story and an image of the logo below.

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Flash Actors Collide Causing DC Universe Rift
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Turns out Batman v Superman was just the beginning of the DC universe’s superhero brawling. While Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill kept their battle confined to the big screen, several other actors associated with the famed comic brand got bloody and bruised today. At an early screening in Hollywood for the blockbuster hit, critics were shocked to witness a melee between TV’s Flash Grant Gustin and DCU Flash-to-be Ezra Miller.

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Warner Bros. Struggles To Create DC Cinematic Universe
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Marvel and DC have always had a comic book rivalry, but when it comes to their films, the former always upstages the latter. Since 2008, Marvel has consistantly delivered one successful hit after another, and that success increased tenfold when Disney acquired Marvel, expanding the brand. They already have their plots mapped out until 2028. Warner Bros have pretty much locked themselves in with DC, and have just started to launch their DC Cinematic Universe with Man of Steel. Though the film was a mild success, we will see what the studio has in store for us with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. Beyond that, the studios’ future for the DC Cinematic Universe is still very much unclear.

Between directors coming and going, and multiple writers signing on for competition scripts, WB looks like they are making things up for the DC Cinematic Universe as they go, which in the end makes them look like they are struggling to catch up to Marvel Studios. And now insiders and reps are confirming that notion.

More on the story below.

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Could DC/Warner Bros. and Fox’s Attempt To Imitate Marvel Studios’ Strategy Be A Super Failure?
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Marvel vs DC

When it comes to building cohesive “shared” comic book universes on the big screen, there can be only one. Very likely, it will always be Marvel Studios. They got there first, taking a gaggle of second-tier superhero characters whose movie rights they battled and bribed to reattain and turning them into a veritable mint that breathes, eats, and craps out lackluster imitators. Phase One had its share of troubling moments: Iron Man 2 had vast amounts of potential, but Marvel’s shaky long-term strategy and its sudden rush to get the sequel in front of the cameras — even if it meant starting without a completed script — resulted in what could have been a superior franchise installment devolving into an uninspired bit of wheel spinning.

The first Thor felt too earthbound and the side business with S.H.I.E.L.D. was obviously shoehorned into a narrative that would have worked much better without it. The studio took a major gamble with their first four movies and when The Avengers premiered in May of last year it paid off handsomely in ways few could have ever thought possible. The success of that film paved the way in grand fashion for Phase Two to take Marvel’s blockbuster bullpen of celluloid superheroes into bold and creatively rewarding territory and allow for characters like Ant-Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy to get their own big-budget movie adventures coming our way sooner than we think.

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Video Game Deal: ‘Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe’ For $12
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Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe

The video game deal of the day over at Amazon today is Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe Platinum Hits edition for Xbox 360 for only $11.99 (that’s 40% off the list price of $19.99).

Note – this deal is valid only for today, Sunday, February 12, 2012 until 11:59pm PST while supplies last.

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