If WarnerMedia executives had access to the Dreamstone, they couldn’t have done better than Wonder Woman 1984’s performance on HBO Max this holiday season.
Mayor’s experience in the field and allegiance to the scientific method makes her a crucial member of the team (composed of Mayor, Russel Accord, Ronny Leblanc, and Bryce Johnson) and also lends credibility to the group’s findings.
The last new comic day of the year brings a wild 2020 to a close. At least comics were there for fans to help navigate all of the problems and gave us a legitimate excuse to stay home and overindulge in the medium.
Luke Cage and Morbius: The Living Vampire (two of the most popular characters to bust out of the 1970’s) get their first Marvel Epic Collections in February.
After the long-delayed release of last week’s Wonder Woman 1984, Warner Brothers is officially greenlighting a third, and final, film centering around the Amazon warrior.
Two highly anticipated specials will air right out of the gate: the two hour Ghost Adventures: Cecil Hotel investigation and the second episode of Shock Docs: Amityville Horror House, and brand new series, Ghost Adventures: Top 10, will premiere with eight one-hour episodes as well on January 4.