Tim Drake is the best Robin and true heir to the Dark Knight. Continue reading Boss Rush Banter: Tim Drake is the Best Robin
With only a month to go before the Blue Beetle bows on theater screens, DC has released a final three-minute trailer. Continue reading DC’s Blue Beetle Adds Extended Trailer Ahead of August Premiere
DC Studios has announced David Corenswet and Rachel Brosnahan will play Clark Kent and Lois Lane, respectively, in the upcoming film Superman: Legacy. Continue reading Superman: Legacy Officially Casts David Corenswet and Rachel Brosnahan
The Boss Rush Network is kicking off their new Spotlight series! On this Boss Rush Podcast Spotlight, Corey is joined by Todd Oxtra, Mark Carabin, and Charlie Carden from the Secret Friends Unite Podcast Network to discuss how they started, what their content means, their Patreon, and have a laid back conversation about what they’re playing, watching, reading, and more. Continue reading SPOTLIGHT: Secret Friends Unite Podcast Network – The Boss Rush Podcast Spotlight Series
Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been pushed to next year after speculations that the game might not reach its May 26th release date. Continue reading Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delayed to 2024
In honor of the upcoming release of Shazam! Fury of the Gods, let’s look at one way the original stood out. Continue reading Boss Rush Banter: What Made Shazam! Stand Out?
Sony has announced its first State of play for 2023 and fans won’t have to wait long! We got you covered for how and when to watch! Continue reading Sony’s First State of Play of 2023 Arrives This Week
LeRon’s topic about the MCU multiverse gets deep as they debate on whether or not it’s too big to tackle moving forward or if there is just too much to keep up on.
Continue reading CLIP: Is The MCU’s Multiverse Too Big To Tackle?
Warner Bros. has officially announced their long rumored Smash Bros. style title, Multiversus, as a free-to-play game for 2022 on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC. Continue reading WB’s Multiversus Officially Announced as a Free-To-Play Smash Bros. Style Game