The episode is entitled “Worlds Finest” and finds Barry Allen traversing the multiverse and ending up on Supergirl’s Earth. As it is, both shows don’t exist in the same reality, which allows both networks to not have to keep any kind of continuity between shows.
What does “Calvin and Hobbes” have to say about “Star Wars?”
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It’s been a while, but it’s time for another Calvin and Hobbes Mashup. This time, Calvin and Hobbes torments William Shatner in the “Twilight Zone’s ‘Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.’” I think Shatner may have been better off with the gremlin.
Jared Leto was missing from the “Suicide Squad” cast photo the other week, but now comes a stand-alone with him seemingly in Joker makeup. The photo is taken in a way that is to remind us of Alan Moore’s cover for his 1988 Batman Comic “The Killing Joke.” That’s the comic that finally gave the Joker an origin story and paralyzed Barbara Gordon (Batgirl). And – SPOILER (but hey, it’s 27 years old so come on now) – it’s the one where Batman may or may not have killed The Joker at the end (which I guess is still in debate).
Fox’s “Deadpool” starring Ryan Reynolds as the titular character to be rated PG-13? Blasphemy! Well, it was only meant to be an April Fools joke. As the below video shows, “Deadpool” will indeed be rated R when it hits cinemas next year.
I don’t know about you, but I was a huge fan of the David Fincher’s film “Fight Club.” But I always saw it as just a ‘one-off.’ Never saw a reason for a sequel. And I’m not really sure I want one. The first film was just perfect. Why mess with it? I don’t need another “Blue Brothers 2000” or “Crystal Skull.”
Apparently a woman from Thor’s past picks up the mantle (and the hammer) while Steve Rogers’ friend, Sam Wilson (aka The Falcon), dons the Cap outfit and adds the indestructible shield to his aerial abilities.