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Controversial DC Comics Movie Is Currently Trending on HBO Max

According to online metrics tracker FlixPatrol, one specific DC Comics movie is being watch almost non-stop around the globe. As the site reports, the animated adaptation of DC's Batman: The Killing Joke is the #1 streamed movie in at least 20 different countries (though not the US where recent release Malignant continues to rule). Viewers in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela, and many more have watched the 2016 animated movie enough to make it the top title on HBO in their respective countries. In fact the reported metrics are so high that Batman: The Killing Joke is the top title for HBO worldwide, despite not even cracking the top 10 in America.
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DC Comics Honors Akira With Static Shock Cover

Akira is easily one of the most legendary, well-known movies in the world of anime, with the property still receiving homages to this day, and it seems that DC Comics is the latest company to pay homage to the story of Kaneda and Tetsuo thanks to a comic cover of Static Shock. The teenage superhero has recently returned to the comics publisher with his title Static Shock: Season One, with artist Nikolas Draper-Ivey using Virgil in a scene that pays tribute to the anime franchise which was originally created by the prolific artist, Katsuhiro Otomo.

These Are the Best TV Shows to Watch on Hulu in September

There are so many shows returning (and premiering) this September it's almost hard to keep track of 'em all. So far this month, over on Hulu, there's been an eclectic mix of premieres, like FX on Hulu's DC Comics adaptation Y: The Last Man, which is about a world (mostly) without cis men, B.J. Novak's new anthology series The Premise, which is about being a person living in the regular 21st Century, and Season 3 of What We Do in the Shadows, which is about vampires who live together.

A Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Lookalike Can Be Hired to Help You Move

Fresh off the headlines from earlier this summer regarding an Alabama police officer that bears a striking resemblance to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, which prompted the wrestler-turned-actor himself to respond to his doppelganger, we've got another Rock-look-a-like. CBR brings word of My Baggage, a Northern Ireland-based delivery company, who are now offering a "The Rock" lookalike who will help you move your stuff (assuming you need help with your stuff). The official website for My Baggage notes that this idea is meant to "remove the apparent hierarchy of celebrity" and encourages people to "boss him around all you want, 'The Rock' is there to help you."

Young Justice Season 4: All The New Details About It

Young Justice is an American superhero animated tv-series, which was created by Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman. It first aired on Cartoon Network in 2011. The series follows the lives of teenage superheroes who are members of a covert operation team. They take orders from an adult leader (Batman). The article is about Young Justice Season 4.

Batman Blow-Out: Previewing ‘Catwoman’ #35

We haven’t done a themed set of previews in a while, so today we’ll be previewing the many Batman family titles out next week from DC Comics, starting with Catwoman #35:. “The Strays disable the Magistrate’s communication around Alleytown and replace it with their own ramshackle network. Harley Quinn believes Ivy is the key to helping the city, so she and the Gardener start heading to Alleytown to track down Catwoman and retrieve Ivy.”
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Comics at the Emmys: ‘Doom Patrol’ and ‘Lucifer’ Each Snag a Nomination

This year, shows based on comic books are sweeping the Emmys. The Marvel series WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier took home a combined 28 nominations. And WandaVision has already won three. The Boys and The Umbrella Academy each scored several nominations, as well. In addition, Lucifer and...

The Dark Nights: Metal Complete Reading Order

Dark Nights: Metal arrived in the pages of DC Comics in summer 2017 and quickly proved itself to be a popular crossover with lasting repercussions. Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo pioneered the story, reunited following their hugely successful run on Batman during the New 52 era. Like many other comic...