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Exclusive Interview: Mortal Kombat X Comic Writer Shawn Kittlesen Talks Scorpion’s Sekret Origin

by Tamika Moultrieon March 5, 2015
Mortal Kombat X comic is one of the most talked about comics right now as new characters rise and familiar ones lead the way. GamerFitnation had the pleasure to get an exclusive interview with Mortal Kombat X comic writer, Shawn Kittelsen,  a lifetime fan of the Mortal Kombat franchise,  to chat on how he got involve with the […]

Win a LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Blu-ray!

by GeeLWon February 24, 2015
What’s YOUR Bizarro name? What do you mean, “I don’t know?” Well, super-fan, here’s your big chance to find out and maybe even win a prize from us! Warner Home Video is offering one lucky winner the chance to get a copy of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League. Check out the […]


Suicide Squad: DC’s Anti Avengers in 2016!

by GeeLWon December 16, 2014
When Marvel Studios blasted the internet with news of its future plans (including two more Avengers sequels, Ant-Man and even a standalone Black Panther movie), you know DC Comics and Warner Bros. had to respond with big movie news of its own. While many are expecting the still-in-production Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to […]

Constantine: David S. Goyer Has the Write Stuff #NYCC2014

by GeeLWon November 15, 2014
  From comics to television, David S. Goyer has been one of the most successful entertainment creators this century. For many DC Comics fans, Goyer will be forever linked to The Dark Knight trilogy, Superman Returns and now NBC’s hit show Constantine, currently airing Friday nights.  At this year’s New York Comic Con, Antwand “BlackBible” Pearman got the chance [&he...


Constantine: Matt Ryan Speaks of the Devil #NYCC2014

by GeeLWon November 13, 2014
One of the hottest network shows this fall is NBC’s new horror-themed hit Constantine. It’s based on the recently rebooted DC comics series of the same name. The book was formerly known as Hellblazer and ran for 300 issues under DC’s Vertigo imprint, but was merged into DC’s The New 52 line as an all-new ongoing […]