Super7 SDCC 2019: TMNT, Breakin, and So Much More!

Super7 SDCC 2019: TMNT, Breakin, and So Much More!

Super7 is far and away my favorite toy company, and I look forward to my visit to them every year at SDCC more than anything else. This year at the con and at their San Diego location, they will have a plethora of awesome, one of a kind exclusives from a variety of properties. On […]

The State of CW's DCU [UPDATE]: How the "Arrowverse" Survives Post-'Arrow'

A couple of weeks ago, word came down that Arrow will conclude with a shortened ten-episode season next fall. We at Bleeding Cool watched as the news was first announced by Stephen Amell on Twitter, then confirmed by the series's producers. In the ensuing hours and the days that followed, Amell, other current and former […]


Metropolis to Begin Filming in New York City this Summer

In the DC Universe, Metropolis has been a stand-in for New York City, and according to OmegaUnderground, it will be again starting this summer. The report says that the new 13-episode straight to series project for DC's untitled streaming service, Metropolis, will be filming in New York City from June to December 2018. That would […]

The Walking Dead Original Art That's To Die For At Metropolis Gallery

Not too long ago, we told you about an exhibit currently currently showing at the Metropolis Gallery; The World's Greatest Walking Dead Collection. Last week during New York Comic Con, I made my way to the Gallery to check it out in person. I got to enjoy the exhibit — complete with shambling zombie — […]

Lauren Looks Back: Fritz Lang's Expressionist Epic 'Metropolis'

Metropolis is, without a doubt, my favorite movie. The 1927 Fritz Lang film has been influencing pop culture for decades, and is still one of the most celebrated films of all time. If you've never seen this film in its many versions, please please please stop reading this and look the film up on Netflix. […]

Lauren Looks Back: The 1939 Buck Rogers Serial

Buck Rogers is one of the greatest comic strips of all time. I'm here for the '39 TV show, but the space opera made its debut in Amazing Stories, August of 1928, in a story called Armageddon 2419 AD and centers around Anthony Rogers. Rogers at the time worked for the American Radioactive Gas Corporation. […]

Mr. Robot Creator Is Turning Metropolis Into A TV Show

Metropolis is really an incredibly important chapter in sci-fi in film. If you haven't seen the 1927 film before, you really should. It remains an impressive achievement. The film is going to be taking a totally different form soon though. It's being reported by Variety, that Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail will be trying to bring the story […]

Is This Metropolis? Or Gotham? Action Comics Spoilers…

In today's Action Comics, part of the DC You refreshment, we see an low powered Superman traveling the USA. And finding a rather intolerant place towards him, after Lois Lane's exclusive scoop. The one in which she outed Clark Kent and Superman as being one and the same. Even Midnighter had heard something about that […]

Gotham Vs Metropolis – Play Ball

Zack Snyder has been filming Batman Vs Superman. Superman Vs Batman. The Brave And The Bold. Hunt The Dark Knight. Whatever it will be called. And it involves an American football match between Gotham and Metropolis. Which needs lots of extras. Lots of extras with cameraphones. What can you spot? Apart from Zack Snyder in […]

The Snyder Family At Cosplay

Last night we were directed towards a tweet of Scott Snyder in a Superman T-Shirt. Turns out it was one of a number he was trying on before his trip to Disneyworld with his family. Here's the Snyder Family at cosplay… Awww….

Can You Tell Me How To Find Truth, Justice And The American Way?

The Metropolis Planet, Illinois, reports on plans to rename a series of connected streets Truth, Justice and The American Way, so as to better reflect the name of the town, regarding popular culture, and to create the signpost above. Street signage will reflect the nicknames "Truth," located in the alley by the Dippin' Dots building; […]

Butchered Version Of Metropolis Headed To Blu-Ray, But It Has Its Fans – Apparently

In 1984, a remastered, recut and some (me) might say butchered version of Fritz Lang's Metropolis was released. The film had been chopped up, brutally colourised and decked out in counterproductive modern rock and pop music by Giorgio Moroder, master-moustached songwriter and record producer. It was a travesty. But there's great excitement at Aint It […]