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‘Black Lightning’ is the Show I Wish I Had Growing Up

Growing up black and loving superheroes was… interesting. I didn’t read comic books so I only had the television to be my gateway into the universe of fantastical beings that could do impossible things. I was addicted. Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, X-Men, Spider-Man, Justice League, Power Rangers, X-Men: Evolution… Honestly, the list goes on and on. The more […]

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Nicole Kassell Set To Direct HBO ‘Watchmen’ Pilot

It’s been known that HBO is working on a TV adaptation of one of the most well-known comic book series out there –Watchmen– developed by Damon Lindelof (Lost, The Leftovers) with scripts for the series already in the works. Although we don’t have any information regarding casting calls or announcements, so far we know that, reportedly, the series pilot is set […]

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Why Race-bending Characters Is Important

Here at Geeks of Color, we are committed to representing diversity and inclusion in the entertainment industry and want to see every facet of that inclusion, both on screen and off. We’ve already told you about the difference between whitewashing and race-bending. Now, a different discussion is emerging. With a flurry of new opportunities for talent of color, people are […]

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Seamus Dever Joins ‘Titans’ Cast In A Recurring Role

Ever since it’s announcement, Titans has been surprising people with its casting and production level, from the reveal of Robin’s first picture to Hawk and Dove’s, making people eager to know more about the characters we’ll be seeing on-screen. Today, Deadline has reported that Seamus Dever (Castle) has been cast in a recurring role on Titans, DC’s upcoming show will follow the story […]

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John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein Are In Negotiations To Direct ‘Flashpoint’

Flashpoint has found its directors in John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, most known for their work on Vacation and the upcoming Game Night, starring Jason Bateman. After the announcement that director Rick Famuyiwa had exited Flash’s solo film after creative differences with Warner Bros., there had been some wondering on who the director for this solo film would be, going from Robert Zemeckis to Phil […]

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Showcase Cinemas’ Bringing Back ‘The Dark Knight’ to the East Coast

The Dark Knight will have special screenings on The East Coast through Showcase Cinemas as a celebration of its 10th anniversary. 2018 marks the 10 year anniversary of The Dark Knight, one of the most successful and acclaimed film -it crossed the $1 billion mark globally and earned Heath Ledger a posthumous Oscar for Best Supporting Actor- about a superhero ever […]

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A ‘Hitman’ DCTV Series Is In The Works, According To Geoff Johns.

This past weekend, on January 13th, Geoff Johns revealed that there have been discussions about the possibility of a tv show around Hitman, a popular character in the DC Comics lore. This past weekend was #DCInDC2018, a convention exclusively made of DC Comics content, from comics to television, hosted in the capital of the US with panels, discussions, preview nights, pop-up shops, […]

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’12 Years a Slave’ Writer John Ridley Explores Lives of Marginalized Heroes in ‘The Other History of the DC Universe’

The Oscar-winning, 12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley wants to take a look at the dark side of the DC Universe history with his new comic, The Other History of the DC Universe. The series will focus on the racial and political history of the DC Universe, telling tales centered on heroes from marginalized groups. Taking lead in the story […]

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Batman And The Signal #1 Review

Batman and The Signal #1 Written by Tony Patrick  Art by Cully Hamner and Laura Martin Published by DC Comics It’s been a long time coming for Duke Thomas to embark on his own solo superhero story. We were first introduced to Duke during the New 52, when he appeared in Scott Snyder’s Batman: Zero Year. The Duke we knew […]