COMIC REEL: "Apocalypse's" Shipp on Berry's Storm; Johns Brings "Rebirth" to "Late Night"



DC Entertainment CCO and "Batman" movie writer Geoff Johns appeared on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" last night to promote his "DC Universe: Rebirth" one-shot, which hit stores at midnight.

Johns reiterated that the rebranding isn't a reboot, discussed his history with comics as a kid, his role on the "Batman" film, and more.

The director and star of Johns' "Batman" film, Ben Affleck, touted the release of the "Rebirth" one-shot, in addition to praising Johns as a "f--king genius," saying he'd read "anything" Johns writes.

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The folks from Screen Junkies skewered the beloved "X-Men: The Animated Series" in the latest installment of its Honest Trailer series.

Check out the video, which celebrates the cheesy, stereotyping fun that the the '90s animated series was, below:



Hot Toys announced the addition of Daredevil and Punisher collectible figures, based on Charlie Cox and Jon Bernthal's incarnations, from the hit Netflix "Daredevil" series.

Though details are slim, they dropped the following teaser and text in anticipation for the 1/6 scale figures:



A new report suggests that "Wolverine 3's" villains will be the cyborg, mutant-hating Reavers, possibly alongside their creator -- and former Hellfire Club member -- Donald Pierce

The Reavers are a group of anti-mutant cyborgs that operate as an elite task under the command of Pierce. In the comics, Pierce allegedly built the Reavers to eliminate mutantkind. The team has been known to appear alongside Lady Deathstrike, the adamantium-boned assassin who fans will remember well from "X2: X-Men United."

Details have been tight on "Wolverine 3" -- so far we know it's R-rated, will be set in the future, and have a "Western" feel.

Opens March 3, 2017

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