While reaction to BATMAN v SUPERMAN was decidedly mixed, the film was full of Easter eggs and allusions to the comic book canon and mythos that a lot of fans appreciated. Not the least of these allusions was when Bruce Wayne looked upon a vandalized Robin suit in his Batcave before heading to Lex Luthor's gala event. Show More Summary
Check out all -- or most of -- the comic book and animated series references you might have missed in Rocksteady's first "Arkham" game.
Comic book fans are enjoying the Golden Age of superhero movies, as many of their favorite characters are finally being adapted for the big screen. Everything from Batman to The Inhumans is coming through the pipeline, meaning the filmmakers are truly exploring their libraries of characters. Show More Summary
In The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the clock tower strikes 1:21 and Gwen Stacy falls to her death. This is a reference to the 1973 issue #121 of the comic book series in which Gwen dies. (Video Link) That's 1 of 10 impressive Easter eggs hidden discreetly in superhero movies, including the 1978 Superman and the 2008 film The Dark Knight. Show More Summary
Even though the phrase “superhero fatigue” is getting thrown around a lot, and some people have expressed their distaste for the popular genre of films in general, the box office numbers and fanbases are enough to prove that concept wrong. Show More Summary
In their latest spotlight on comic book related easter eggs, CSBG looks at the brain recipe puns on iZombie.
Fans have been waiting and waiting for something to happen with one of the new comic book shows that will involve Smallville. Rumors of a crossover with The Flash keep swirling around, and so do those dealing with Supergirl. Well, it doesn’t look as if either of those things are happening, but DC’s Legends of... Show More Summary
CBS has finally revealed the first official details about the crossover between the two happiest superheroes on television, along with one of those lovable promo pics that are also homages to classic comic book covers. Read more...
The Walking Dead is known for throwing in Easter eggs but usually, they are about TWD in some form, whether it be a spoiler for later, a tribute to the comic books or in some cases, just a little treat for the die-hards who catch all the details. Show More Summary
There were a lot of Marvel easter eggs inside the megahit Deadpool. There were innumerable references to the X-Men universe as well as several comic book characters that are not part of Fox’s deal with Marvel. However, Tim Miller...Show More Summary
Deadpool has a boatload of references. It seems virtually every joke he makes is a reference to something related to comics, other comic book movies, or just something within pop culture. They come so fast, it's virtually impossible to catch them all. Show More Summary
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book Easter eggs features comic book cameos from classic TV characters from "Cheers," "I Love Lucy" and more!
In their latest spotlight on comic book easter eggs, CSBG features a bunch of classic TV character cameos, from the cast of Cheers to the Honymooners!
As it goes with all comic book TV shows, certain names and images will pop up that fans instantly latch onto, though it?s almost never immediately clear if the reference is just a nice Easter egg or if it?s a major addition to the plot. That definitely happened during tonight?s episode of The Flash.Click To Continue Reading
For as long as I can remember, comic book movies have been all about the Easter eggs and homages. In every Marvel movie, you can rest easy knowing that you'll be seeing comics legend Stan Lee in some capacity, and Nolan's DARK KNIGHT...Show More Summary
CSBG has a sizable collection of Star Wars-related comic book easter eggs for you to look through during your time off this holiday.
CSBG has an archive of comic book hidden references and in-jokes, including an elaborate nod to Lois Lane in an issue of "Avengers."
In this latest installment of comic book easter eggs, CSBG looks at more Avengers easter eggs, including a spotlight on...Lois Lane?!
The Walking Dead is Robert Kirkman's biggest comic series, but it's not his only one. The talented creator seized an opportunity to sneak in a reference to another one of his book series during The Walking Dead's midseason finale. To the average viewer, this may have seemed like a throwaway shot, used simply to set the opening scene. Show More Summary
What hairstyle will B.D. Wong go with as Hugo Strange on Gotham? What Iron Man easter egg can be seen in an Ant-Man deleted scene? Is Chris Pine playing two roles in Wonder Woman? In what perfect way did the Batman ’66 comic book end? What does Ezra Miller have to say about playing The […] The post Superhero Bits: See B.D. Show More Summary