Hello, my friends. 2021 has been our recovery year and while the vicious plague is still lingering, we’ve been making strides to combat it in order to return to some semblance of normalcy. I’ve enjoyed helping you all through these rough times and I look forward to making sure that you’re entertained with my thoughts. As for 2022, I’ve got some plans in line for the whole year. In terms of what I have in store for the first half, let me share what I’m looking forward to review.
For January, our favorite Scarlet Speedster will once again get the animated spotlight. Somehow, he’ll find himself traveling back in time and fighting alongside some legendary heroes. On that note, the DC Universe Animated Original Movie line makes its return with “Justice Society: World War II”.
February will take us to a post-apocalyptic world as our featured survivor of this ravaged landscape will come across an animalistic cult that’s got a devious scheme in mind. As such, the DC Showcase will present Jack Kirby’s wasteland warrior within the animated realm known to all as “Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth!”.
March is going to bring some early spooks as the Dark Knight’s early years will see him within a horrifying month of murders that he must find a way to stop. Because its source material is lengthy, one film won’t be enough to fit it all in. With that in mind, I’ll be covering both parts of “Batman: The Long Halloween”.
April shall make things short and sweet, as we’ll once again find ourselves back in World War II with a group of soldiers winding up on a spot of land that’s not on any map and contains creatures that you won’t find anywhere else. For this adventure, the DC Showcase shall send us on an exploratory mission alongside “The Losers”.
When we get to May, we’ll let the Big Red M shine brightly and for good reasons. Our favorite web-head will be celebrating two decades of bringing us his wall-crawling highs, as well as his web-spinning lows on the cinematic screen. For this month, I’ll be doing my part by reviewing every single comic adaptation in a special event called “The Amazing, Sensational, Spectacular & Superior Web Of Spider-May”.
Finally, we’ll get back to the short and sweetness of June. While we wait for Jaime Reyes’ live-action, big-screen outing, we’ll let his predecessor get some time in the DC Showcase spotlight as Ted Kord finds himself alongside several heroes in order to stop a common enemy. On that note, I’ll be reviewing the animated adventure of “Blue Beetle”.
As always, this list is subject to change. While we make our way through the year, let’s continue to stay strong and finally get this infamous virus under control. Until the next update, I’ll see you all around the C-Cubed!