Gina Torres plays Superwoman in the recently released "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths." Having played several hardcore warriors over the years like Zoe Washburne on "Firefly" and Anna Espinosa on "Alias," she's more than entitled to having an opinion or two on the role of women in popular culture and the superhero genre in particular - but I didn't expect that opinion to be so filthy-mouthed
Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths
Note to our readers: While we're going to try to keep things vague, this article will contain spoilers for the new Justice League movie. Proceed at your own risk!
This week saw the release of DC's latest direct-to-DVD animated movie, "Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths," and I'll admit that I was a little skeptical going in. I've only seen a couple of the DC Un
Despite ruling the undersea kingdom of Atlantis, and serving as a founding member of the Justice League, Aquaman's never really received his alternate evil version due when the team has clashed with their meaner counterparts from other realities
Multiverses have their definite upsides and downsides. Some alternate Earths are full of nice heroes your grandparents' age, which is great on "Take Your Legacy Hero Predecessor To School Day." Other realities, however, contain evil versions of you that want to end existence, which is only great on "Take Your Evil Self To The End Of The World Day