King Shark


REVIEW: Suicide Squad #3 &#8212 This Issue Is Very Enjoyable

REVIEW: Suicide Squad #3 — "This Issue Is Very Enjoyable"

A deception has been perpetrated against Lok, the angry new handler of Task Force X, and the legacy members (King Shark, Deadshot and Harley Quinn) are trying to catch up as Osita, Fin, Deadly Six, Wink, Thylacine, The Aerie, Jog and Chaos Kitten mostly get chances to distinguish themselves beyond rudimentary displays of power The[...]

REVIEW: Suicide Squad #2 &#8212 We Really May Have Something Impressive On Our Hands

REVIEW: Suicide Squad #2 — "We Really May Have Something Impressive On Our Hands"

(DC Comics, creative team: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Adriano Lucas, Wes Abbott) There are surprises large and small in this very clever, very mean spirited issue. The Squad's new boss Lok makes Amanda Waller look friendly and considerate by comparison as he sends them unapologetically to interfere in the sovereign affairs of a foreign country. […]


Michael Rooker May be in James Gunns The Suicide Squad as King Shark

Michael Rooker May be in James Gunn's 'The Suicide Squad' as King Shark

Pictures, The Suicide Squad.[caption id="attachment_1030583" align="aligncenter" width="600"] James Gunn and Michael RookerPhoto by DFree / Shutterstock.com[/caption]The Wrap says Rooker is apparently "in talks" to star as DC Comics character King Shark, yet another example of the WB-owned DC properties recasting a role for the films The character appears in The CW's Arrowverse series The Flash, and is[...]


The DC Primal Age 100-Page Giant is Half-Baked Fun

The DC Primal Age 100-Page Giant is Half-Baked Fun

After he gets away with the orb, we find out Joker is working with King Shark and Sandman to find the orbs to destroy villages From there we are whisked away and meet Aquaman, The Flash, Superman, and Green Lantern, as they race to try and save the island of Themyscira before they can sink[...]

DC Primal Age Figure Line Announced by Funko Exclusive to Amazon

DC Primal Age Figure Line Announced by Funko, Exclusive to Amazon

DC Primal Age figures have formally been announced today at the start of NYCC. Funko will be bringing the line to life, after the successful launch of their Savage World line of figures. These figures, beasts, and even playsets will be exclusively sold through Amazon. Th official launch date for everything is on November 15th, […]

Aquaman #38 Review: A Finale a Year in the Making

Aquaman #38 Review: A Finale a Year in the Making

We get to see Arthur, Mera, Dolphin, Vulko, Cetea, Ondine, King Shark, Jurok Byss and even the ghostly guardians of the Silent School partake in this battle against Rath and his mutated followers.This is an exciting, cathartic, and all-around fun ending to the story of Corum Rath’s tyranny.The only part that doesn’t quite click is[...]

Aquaman #37 Review: Aquaman the Assassin

Aquaman #37 Review: Aquaman the Assassin

In the Silent School, Vulko, Dolphin, King Shark, and Ondine reason with the fallen Atlantean advisors in the hopes of getting an edge on the Abyssal Dark, the demonic power upon which Corum Rath draws.[caption id="attachment_868551" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #37 cover by Stjepan Sejic[/caption]The final siege against Rath continues in this issue of Aquaman[...]

Aquaman #36 Review: Setting Up the Final Battle of Kings

Aquaman #36 Review: Setting Up the Final Battle of Kings

In the Silent School’s library, Mother Cetea, Vulko, Ondine, Dolphin, and King Shark search for some magical way to stop Rath’s new powers.[caption id="attachment_847134" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #36 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]Aquaman and Corum Rath at last encounter one another again in this issue The moment these past few Aquaman arcs have been[...]

Aquaman #35 Review: Meeting Old Friends and Squid People

Aquaman #35 Review: Meeting Old Friends and Squid People

The Undercurrent, led by King Shark and Jurok Byss fight the Drift down in the Ninth Tride The transformed Cadaver spreads his new diseased form to the Drift, and this begins to turn the tide in the Ninth The Aquaman finally arrives to allow for retreat, but Murk arrives too, intending to finish the job[...]

Aquaman #33 Review: A Beautiful Crescendo to a Great Story

Aquaman #33 Review: A Beautiful Crescendo to a Great Story

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Mera is barely clinging to life. Her only chance at survival is being returned to the surface, but the Crown of Thorns still surrounds Atlantis. Aquaman and a small contingency of the Undercurrent are putting it all on the line to bring down the magics that sustain the Crown. This is the Aquaman's […]

Aquaman #32 Review: Who Will Rule Atlantis Next

Aquaman #32 Review: Who Will Rule Atlantis Next?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Aquaman approaches King Shark with his request that the Ninth Tride gangs join up with the Undercurrent Nearby, Dolphin has discovered Mera dying in an air bubble She signals Arthur, who quickly comes to find his ailing beloved.He returns to the Undercurrent with Mera and Dolphin Ondine turns into his unexpected savior, and she[...]

Top DC Comics of 2017 #2: Aquaman #31 by Dan Abnett and Riccardo Federico

Top DC Comics of 2017 #2: Aquaman #31 by Dan Abnett and Riccardo Federico

Aquman has had a lengthy yet consistently compelling runnign story with "Underworld," which has consisted of Arthur, Mera, and Dolphin attempting to liberate Atlantis from the tyrannical Corum Rath, a nationalistic and bigoted ruler who has been abusing the old magics of the undersea kingdom. This story has begun to reach its crescendo with Aquaman #31 by Dan Abnett and Riccardo […]

Aquaman #31 Review: Long Live the Revolution

Aquaman #31 Review: Long Live the Revolution

Vulko has his plans, the Widowhood has theirs, King Shark has his own, and then there is Aquaman, who just wants Atlantis to thrive and be at peace.The pace moves quickly, speeding towards the inevitable open revolt against Corum Rath The recruitment of King Shark is pretty cool and has promising implications for the issues[...]

Brian Michael Bendiss List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Brian Michael Bendis's List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion.Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]


Captain Cold Returns Tonight On The Flash&#8230 But From When

Captain Cold Returns Tonight On The Flash… But From When?

We knew from the trailers that the Flash was going to go to Captain Cold to get help stealing that alien energy source from ARGUS, but we didn't know which Leonard Snart (Wentworth Miller). Executive producer Aaron Helbing tells us in the video below that Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) travels back in time to get […]

The Flash Effects &#8211 The Making Of Gorilla Grodd And King Shark

The Flash Effects – The Making Of Gorilla Grodd And King Shark

The first is with Gorilla Grodd, the second is with King Shark Both characters are pure CGI and looked amazing when they appeared The video shows the breakdown of some of the scenes as well as digital Barry who has to get mixed into some of the scenes in place of the real Barry Allen[...]

Making King Shark Fight And Trajectory Run &#8211 The Flash Visual Effects

Making King Shark Fight And Trajectory Run – The Flash Visual Effects

In the last few episodes of The Flash, we took a trip to Earth-2, a full-episode of King Shark, a new speedster introduced in Trajectory and finally Time Wraiths.. so you can figure the special effects team have been working overtime Armen Kevorkian, the visual effects supervisor, is back to talk about the effects that[...]