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WB, DC backing away from DCEU (finally)

WB, DC backing away from DCEU (finally)

By Zach Landau | A&E Editor 10/12/17 On Sept. 29, fans of superhero comics and movies finally got confirmation of a rumor that has been making the rounds for quite some time now: DC is officially stepping down from its Extended Universe (DCEU) project. In what was a clear attempt to mimic the success of […]

‘Wonder Woman’ exceeds expectations, falls short of wonderful

‘Wonder Woman’ exceeds expectations, falls short of wonderful

By Zach Landau | A&E Editor I guess a qualifying statement is as good of a place to start as any: Wonder Woman is good, probably great. The DC Extended Universe (or whatever they’re calling this fresh hell) has finally produced its first above-average, competent film, and without a doubt, Wonder Woman stands heads and […]

Duke Discussion: The Killing Joke

Duke Discussion: The Killing Joke

A&E Editor Sean Ray and Staff Writer Zachary Landau discuss the controversial animated adaptation of “The Killing Joke.” Can it live up to the legendary standards set by the classic Alan Moore graphic novel, or is this just one joke that isn’t funny? Check Out The Video Here

DC Comics rebooting universe … again

DC Comics rebooting universe … again

By Grant Stoner | The Duquesne Duke When reading a comic book, certain themes are bound to appear. A single man saves a city of millions from a homicidal clown, a main character must deal with the loss of a loved one or a hero/heroine discovers that, despite their unique and frightening powers, they are […]

Walking Dead to overtake Superman?

Walking Dead to overtake Superman?

By: Zachary Landau | Duquesne Duke DC Comic’s sales drop as Image threatens their place Last week, insiders leaked that DC Comics, publishers of legendary comic book heroes such as Superman and Batman, is down $2 million in expected revenue this fiscal year. This rumor, as originally reported by the website Bleeding Cool, comes in […]

Long time comic combatants bring rivalry to cinema

Long time comic combatants bring rivalry to cinema

By: Sean Ray & Corey Fischer | The Duquesne Duke DC Comics Batman v. Superman Despite a late start in comparison to their competitor Marvel, the first Iron Man movie is six years old now, and DC comics is looking to come out swinging with its lineup of films. Starting off with power houses Superman […]