And just like that, Doomsday – the ever-evolving killing machine whose claim to fame was offing the Man of Steel – woke up one day and decided to dabble in interior decoration With a gleaming throne of skulls, no less "Monster chic", I hope he's calling it Yes, folks, this coming Tuesday, DC's releasing "Action[...]
That means injecting himself with some of the Doomsday virus to become the one and only Devastator McFarlane Toys brings this beast to life with a nicely sculpted and massive figure While the figure does not come with any accessories he will feature an adjustable jaw which is awesome The next figure is the Dawnbreaker[...]
I think it was gonna be Doomsday It's what Fox wanted, and it was a title that was typical of the time [for a] disaster movie They really wanted Independence Day, so we had to make the speech really good And then they cut it together, and a couple of nights later, Dean came to[...]
Doomsday is the monster that changed the world, he'll save on to kill a man of steel himself We all know the story that he didn't just die but more super sleeps, but he did do the one thing that no one thought was possible to take down Superman Doomsday is making his appearance with[...]
Doomsday is a beast everyone should fear It is the creature that was able to kill the Man of Steel himself, Superman Storm Collectibles is bringing this creature alive yet again with their newest Injustice 2 figure it This figure will be 1/12 scale and will come in at a whopping 10 inches tall He is completely[...]
Zod managed to get the Kryptonian Codex smuggled off of Wegthor, and has built a terrifying genetic weapon. Now, he's off to the frozen wastes north of Kandor, apparently looking for Doomsday The last time we saw that particular monster, he was smashing up speeders— so, Zod either has a death wish, or a secret plan[...]
He erased Superman in the future, and has been terraforming conquered worlds to host Kyyptonian life. He also wants someone, anyone, to track down Doomsday, since the rampaging monster would be an invaluable asset in conquering the hell out of the universe (I think Doomsday might be the Ghost this episode's title alludes to) Val-El (Ian McElhinney)[...]
SYFY's "Krypton" returned for season 2 this week, and one thing is pretty clear: the series bears surprising similarities to British soap opera Hollyoaks.
'Krypton' Season 2 "Meet the Villains": Will Zod, Doomsday, Brainiac and Lobo Erase Superman's Legacy [TEASER]
With a month to go before SYFY‘s Krypton unleashes its second season, the network is treating fans to a look at the biggest "bastich" of them all: Lobo.
The hardcover collection of Doomsday Clock, the unauthorized sequel to Watchmen by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, is due for November It is even possible the three remaining issues of the series will be published before then. But it seems that the existence of the volume in question is currently in an undeterminable state. For example, the Amazon[...]
As in previous images and video, the behind-the-scenes video pits Krypton's heroes against a host of villains, including Brainiac (returning from season 1), General Zod (moving from anti-hero in season 1 to full-on villain in season 2), Doomsday (who was released at the end of season 1), and the intergalactic bounty hunter Lobo (new to[...]
But from the looks of things, maybe it would've been better if we waiting – because things aren't looking too promising for The Grandfather of Steel Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe). As if social and political strife among the citizens of Krypton wasn't enough to conted with, throw in to the mix Zod… and Brainiac… and Doomsday, and[...]
The Commander explains that the key to stopping Brainiac lies within, a creature known as Doomsday Adam and Lyta reach Seg at the vault Lyta battles The Commander, who reveals himself as her son from the future, Dru-Zod — known in the Superman mythos as General Zod. Realizing that Zod is Superman's greatest enemy who has[...]
The bounty hunter and sometimes Superman villain Lobo has been confirmed for season two of Krypton. Check the here for more details.
Zod has always been willing to take lives to meet his goals, and he would've been more than happy to release the monster, Doomsday, in an effort to save the city, regardless of who he hurt The side effect of saving Kandor is preventing the destruction of Krypton and making it so Kal-El is never[...]
So in case you missed it, Lost's Damon Lindelof is bringing Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ 1986 limited comic book series Watchmen to HBO as a pilot. In a noble attempt to alleviate some fans' concerns, Lindelof took to Instagram on Tuesday to post a five-page letter to update fans on his vision for the pilot
As all of the big reveals are happening on Krypton, Seg-El believes that the people of Kandor City will rise up, but will they?
Other cameos from the DC world in the first season of the show is Doomsday … we have a few Death of Superman panels blown up in the writers room. (Dan Jurgens: I like that!) Brainiac is done for the first time in live action We're happy with the way it came out. Welsh went on to say that[...]
The Dreadlord of Apokolips himself, Darkseid, and the unstoppable killing machine Doomsday. It's a pretty interesting matchup in that the two are very different styles of fighters Darkseid can get down and dirty with some fisticuffs, but tends to be a more intellectual fighters using his overwhelming strength, mental powers, and the Omega Beam to defeat[...]
With nothing left to lose, Batman injects himself with a special strain of the Doomsday virus, finally bringing down the Man of Tomorrow. On our Earth, he is tasked with retrieving the Cosmic Tuning Fork of the Anti-Monitor When he is done, he goes to Metropolis to meet with the Lois Lane of our world. Batman the[...]
Doomsday gets a bad rap As a life-long Superman fan, I have always appreciated the being who killed Superman Since that fateful year of 1993, every time the big lug makes an appearance, I get excited Personally, I feel like he is DC's Juggernaut He never stops coming, and that will never not be interesting[...]
Dark Nights: Metal continues with the heroes backed into a corner and pulling a desperate gambit to save everyone. Also Detective Chimp shows up.
CBR published a very interesting theory on the notion that the real big bad of Doomsday Clock, the new 4-issue event from Geoff Johns, Gary Frank and Brad Anderson coming November that promises to be the resolution of the DC/Watchmen/Rebirth mystery, may in fact be Superboy-Prime. It's a great article, with a ton of fantastic points[...]
As "The Button" crossover comes to a close in FLASH #22 this Wednesday, the four page epilogue affirms the mystery will continue with DOOMSDAY CLOCK from Johns and legendary artists Gary Frank and Brad Anderson. "It's time Last year, the DC Universe confronted the legacy of Watchmen in Rebirth the way Watchmen confronted the legacy of[...]
Anyone who has seen Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the incredibly long, clunky titled last major instalment in the DC connected film universe (Suicide Squad didn't really further the connected universe much, let's be honest), featured what was essentially Doomsday in the film…though drastically different from the comics. Because after all, this Doomsday was made[...]
Doomsday is almost unstoppable, killed Superman and seems to just want to destroy everything in his path… that to me a scarier. I have a hard time with Etrigan the Demon and Swamp Thing being on the list as they basically have good intent I'm sure they're monsters to the people they are going after, but[...]
In the final BvS 101 to go with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Jason Inman takes a look at Doomsday Originally created back in 1992 to kill the Man of Steel, the backstory of the character didn't come until much later But his backstory makes him a bit more sympathetic and what was called[...]
In this supercut we see all of the kills that take place first in the car chase scene and then later when he's off rescuing Martha Kent. And no one seems upset that Superman killed Doomsday… just saying. [youtube]https://youtu.be/GgkQS7q6sT0[/youtube] So, the big thing out of Man of Steel was that Superman killed General Zod[...]
After all, he came back from the dead after being killed by Doomsday, after all. I am noticing a theme. We were previously told that the New 52 Superman died at the hands of Doomsday In Action Comics, Lois and Jimmy met at the memorial to his death. And yes, nicely appropriate last line there And we also[...]