The Definitive Power Ranking Of Every Single ‘LEGO Batman Movie’ Minifigure
The Lego Batman toy line has been going strong for over a decade now, but with this week's release of the Lego Batman Movie, we've seen a truly unprecedented explosion of merchandise based around the Caped Crusader's blockiest incarnation. And with that many figures, going from the Dark Knight himself all the way down to super obscure deep cuts like the Mime and March Harriet, our course here at ComicsAlliance is clear. We need to rank them. So today, we've dug through every single Lego Batman Movie minifig (and eliminated simple variations like "Batman with a slightly different face") to rank them all, worst to best.
The Powerpuff Girls Take On Vacationing Yetis As Part Of Cartoon Network’s Holiday-Themed Marathon
The city of Townsville is a pretty festive place in general, so it makes sense that when winter rolls in, the Powerpuff Girls take advantage of a snow day and head out to do some sledding on their favorite hill. This year, though, there's a problem: Not only has a snow day been extended by a blizzard into an entire month, but when a whole bunch of yetis move in, they start to take over all the best hills for themselves, an act of aggression that will not stand. And that, friends and neighbors, is the plot of "Snow Month," a new episode of The Powerpuff Girls that's set to air as part of Cartoon Network's holiday-and-winter themed programming featuring new episodes of PPG, Steven Universe, Regular Show, and more. And since that Steven Universe episode is all about Greg's first winter with Baby Steven and we probably couldn't get through even the shortest clip without sobbing, we've got a fun scene from PPG for you to watch below!
Sony Is Releasing The Original Soundtracks For ‘GI Joe,’ ‘Transformers,’ And ‘Jem And The Holograms’
I think the record will show that I'm a pretty big fan of Hasbro's cartoons from the '80s, and one of the things I love most about them is how great the soundtracks are. Not just the theme songs, but the incidental music that provides the background for Jem and the Holograms, or that smooth jazz version of the GI Joe theme that plays under the closing credits. Heck, even in the years before More Than Meets The Eye came along and made me stop hating the Transformers, I still had to admit that the music was pretty great. The only problem is that I can't listen to it whenever I want, but now, it looks like that problem might be coming to an end. Composer Robert J. Walsh has confirmed that he's remastering the soundtracks for the Hasbro shows, with plans for Sony to release high-end versions that will include new footage and artwork, too.
12 Facts You Might Not Know About The Justice League of America
With the Justice League of America on its way to theaters as a result of some cruel Monkey's Paw wish, this week finds us going back into the history of DC's pre-eminent super-team to rustle up some strange facts about their origin! Find out about their first foes, their weird headquarters, how they were almost brought down by a teen who snapped his fingers a lot, and the strange connections between the JLA, major league baseball and Sailor Moon!
The ‘Lego Batman’ Movie Will Ask ‘Can Batman Be Happy?’
I'm going to be real with you, folks: even though we're looking down the barrel of 38 superhero movies over the next few years, the one that I'm looking forward to the most is easily Lego Batman, starring Will Arnett as the Caped and Blocky Crusader. It's been something I've been looking for ever since it was announced, but now, I've got an even bigger reason to want to see it, because we finally have a detail about the plot. According to a red carpet interview with Arnett, along with cowriters and directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord, the 2017 Batman movie will focus on answering one question: Can Batman be happy?