With the release of Superman #709 last week, writer Chris Roberson delighted the Internet by placing the most famous entry in The Super Dictionary, an educational children's book that used DC characters to illustrate word definitions, firmly into DC Universe continuity:
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Team Unicorn, the group that brought the blogosphere the Katy Perry-inspired "Geek and Gamer Girls" music video back in September, is back for another excercise is nerd culture parody. Popping up yesterday in honor of Valentines Day, TU launched superHarmony.com, a live-but-not-literally-functional "dating site" featuring video
The makers of DC Universe Online have been true to their promise to update the massively multiplayer online role-playing game, which costs $15 per month. Less than thirty days from its initial release, developer
The dynamic between Batman and the Joker has been explored many times throughout the two characters' histories, but there's another character in the DC Universe who presents almost as intriguing a contrast to the Joker's madness: Lex Luthor. Luthor shares the Joker's me-fir
When Warner Bros. adapts DC stories into animated features, there's always a question of how many details will transcend comic book continuity and enter a final feature intended for general audiences
Prepare to make the nerdiest "American-Psycho"-business-card-scene jokes ever, thanks to designer Fro and his lovely set of business cards from some of the biggest fictional companies like Wayne Enterprises, Stark Industries and the Umbrella Corporation.
If you've had any exposure to the character of Lex Luthor throughout his decades of playing the role of Superman's nemesis then you don't need me to tell you that Lex can be something of an egomaniac from time to time. Lex