A Look From Nowhere At Suicide Squad:Kill The Justice League


(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

The world of pop culture is still feeling the after effects of the DC Fandome and our favorite villainous squad are jumping from the page to the screen to the next generation of video game consoles.

The Nowhere California team will be diving deep into the first images from “The Suicide Squad” movie, but we have to take a look at the next game from the creative minds behind the legendary Arkham City franchise, Rocksteady Studios.

The members of Task Force X have entered the battle damage city limits of Metropolis, they have one mission and one goal. The mission is to eliminate a target and their goal is to get time erased from their prison sentences, but there is one huge problem and that is the target. Harley Quinn (voiced by Tara Strong), Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, and King Shark (voiced by WWE superstar Samoa Joe) have to take down Superman. Will the goal outweigh the mission? Also, from the title of the game, we can only imagine that the team will have a lot more on their plates.

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will not hit stores until 2022, but this first look has given the world something to be excited for and is given me a reason to possibly upgrade my current video game system.

Ninja Turtles 2: Out of the Shadows

(Nicholas Dye/Staff Writer)

Michael Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, love ’em or hate ’em, are set to make their return this coming summer and it looks our “heroes in a half shell” will have a a few new baddies to contend with as well as a very familiar pointed return…see what I did there? Megan Fox is back as April O’Neil as is Will Arnett as her panicky cameraman, Vernon Fenwick. The newcomers to this film will make any Turtles fan thrilled. Joining Shredder are long-time baddies Bebop and Rocksteady played, respectively, by Gary Anthony Williams and WWE Champion Sheamus (billed by his real name Stephen Farrelly). The man who makes it possible to get our favorite baddie warthog and rhino is Baxter Stockman, played by Tyler Perry. Fear not though, the Turtles get some new back up with the introduction of Casey Jones, played by Arrow’s Stephen Amell as well as the appearance of the “Party Wagon”, in this film a gigantic trash truck that spits manhole covers like a machine gun. It would appear, right at the beginning of the trailer, that we may also get some extra-dimentional involvement which can only mean one thing: Krang. We will see what unfolds on June 3, 2016 but for now, enjoy this first peek at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Out of the Shadows.