Tripping Through Gateways

Archives

A quick run through of Suicide Squad and a look at the shining high point of the DC Cinematic Universe. All DC Characters, footage and Art © 2018 Warner Brothers All Marvel Content © 2018 Marvel Comics Group Part 1- https://youtu.be/D2zovFL1QgQ Part 2- https://youtu.be/oy51WH3O86o Part 3- https://youtu.be/1rrpUwYehuI Part 4- https://youtu.be/alRmOuCRP9o

Netflix has been focusing hard on original material over the past few years, especially now as they face the future of no Disney films.  Bright is their first foray into high concept, high budget action fantasy. They brought together notorious Internet personality Max Landis (Screenwriting son of John Landis) and David Ayers (director of End of Watch and Suicide Squad) to present us with Bright.  Bright is a genre mashup, best described… Read More

After the cool reception to Batman V Superman from critics and fans alike (It has it’s supporters) DC and Warner Brother started providing hype for Suicide Squad to divert attention.  Set to classic hard rock music the trailers screamed “This will be fun and exciting!” Suicide Squad, for the uninitiated was a DC Comic written by John Ostrander (he actually was reviving an earlier comic, but the Suicide Squad as it is… Read More

Margot Robbie went to David Ayers expressing discomfort with her Harley Quinn outfit in Suicide Squad.  He shot this down, arguing that they needed to show fidelity to Harley’s costume iconography. Here are other characters where Ayer’s showed his fidelity to the comics iconography: Captain Boomerang: Slipknot: Enchantress: