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Review: The Batman (2022)

SPOILER FREE REVIEW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqqft2x_Aa4&t=84s “Batman ventures into Gotham City's underworld when a sadistic killer leaves behind a trail of cryptic clues. As the evidence begins to...

Experience the colours of Aquaman in Atlantis on the biggest screen only in IMAX cinemas

Aquaman, the highly anticipated superhero origin story from DC Comics starring Jason Momoa, will be specially formatted for IMAX cinemas. 92 minutes - more...

Lego Dimensions add DC Comics, Ghostbusters and LEGO Ninjago

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced the Friday 13th May UK release of DC Comics Bane, Ghostbusters Slimer and LEGO Ninjago Lloyd Fun Packs....

LEGO Dimensions Powers Up Gameplay with Midway Arcade Level Pack

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today the release of the new LEGO Dimensions Midway Arcade Level Pack and highly collectable DC Comics Superman, DC Comics...

LEGO Dimensions Adds Five New Expansion Packs

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today the release of five, highly collectible LEGO Dimensions expansion packs based on Ghostbusters, DC Comics , Doctor Who,...

Xmas Toy Ideas : DC Comics Justice League Figures

If you are looking for some toy ideas for Christmas, why not take a look at DC Comics Justice League figures.

Arrow Season 3 and The Flash Season 1 on Digital Download

If you are a fan of DC Comics, you might be interested in hearing that both Arrow Season 3 and The Flash Season 1 are coming on Digital Download.

The Winners of our Win an ARROW Season 2 Box set on Blu-ray

We gave you the opportunity to win Season 2 of ARROW box set on Blu-ray – and here are the winners.

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