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Birds Of Prey Gets Early VOD Release As Coronavirus Shuts Everything Down

DC’s big flop, Birds of Prey, is gettings its video-on-demand digital and home release date moved up as a result of the coronavirus. The flick will barely crack $200 million – not enough to make a profit, according to reports – and was scheduled to open soon in Japan. It’s announced Birds of Prey will …

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Universal Cancels ‘The Hunt’ Following Controversy

Yesterday, President Trump blasted “liberal” Hollywood offering movies they are putting out are dangerous, and now a day later, Universal Pictures has decided to cancel The Hunt, which sparked controversy following the recent shootings as it features liberal elitists hunting “deplorables” for sport. “While Universal Pictures had already paused the marketing campaign for The Hunt, …

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Trump Blasts ‘Liberal Hollywood’ For Being ‘Racist’

In a news conference and series of tweets, President Trump slammed Hollywood calling it “racist” and more, in addition to blasting Universal’s upcoming release of The Hunt, which features liberal elitists hunting “deplorables” for sport. “They’re treating conservatives very unfairly. Hollywood, I don’t call them the elites. I think the elites are people they go …

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Review: Threshold #1


“The Hunted” got a great start last week in Green Lantern: New Guardians Annual #1, but virtually none of that GL continuity is necessary to enjoy scribe Keith Giffen’s love letter to DCU‘s space folk in Threshold #1.

Of course our focus character is Caul, a former undercover GL who got on Arkillo’s bad side and thus found himself part of “The Hunted,” a popular game show in this section of the cosmos where a perceived threat (in this case, Caul, but many others simultaneously are in play) has a bounty placed on their head and virtually everyone (even minors) are eligible for a “Running Man”-style hunt.

We saw the Space Rovers and Space Cabbie in the annual. Here, Giffen reintroduces us to refurbished versions of Stealth and Space Ranger. I am having great fun looking up and learning about these obscure cosmic characters!

Tom Raney does a fantastic job of keeping the art clear, straight and tight. It ain’t Kirby or Starlin, but I find his art just right for this taught drama that is also full of Giffen wit and humor.

In the backup, Giffen and artist Scott Kolins have great fun with the ego and the actuality of Orange Lantern and fan favorite Larfleeze, who seems to have kidnapped himself a butler!

Larfleeze falls for a phony news broadcast only to lose what is most important to the hoarder supreme– everything!!

This backup is gonna be a riot!

Threshold #1 offers the starving cosmic comic reader with some much-needed adventure … and the characters even say “das’t”!!

‘Nuff said.

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