This week, we talk a new Snyder Cut image of Steppenwolf getting his head decapitated by Wonder Woman, The Batman announces a new cinematographer, more behind-the-scenes images from Fabian Wagner and more…
- We finally get confirmation the decapitation of Steppenwolf we’ve talked about
- San Diego Comic-Con news
- Marvel Phrase 4
- Army Of The Dead 1st Official Photo
- Watchmen, The Witcher, & Westworld III trailer reactions
- Plus More
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