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DC Kids FanDome Is Almost Here.



Similar to DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse, DC Kids FanDome is a first-of-its-kind, virtual experience that will celebrate all things DC – films, games, TV, comics and more. It’s also completely FREE — with no lines or badges required. The festivities kick off at 10: 00 a.m. PDT and DC Kids FanDome can be accessed separately at the kid-friendly web address. The entire experience will be accessible across all mobile platforms, in addition to desktop.

At DC Kids FanDome, kids of all ages will be entertained for hours on end, learning how to draw their favorite characters, watching clips and exclusive panels from favorite animated shows like Teen Titans Go! and DC Super Hero Girls, reading comics and so much more.

Below is a sample of the on-demand schedule detailing all the ways kids and families can have fun at DC Kids FanDome. Take a look and remember, if your kid loves Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and other DC Super Heroes (and Super-Villains!), they won’t want to miss it!


Teen Titans Go! Cast Table Read and Panel

Join the cast of Teen Titans Go! as they talk about what it’s like making the show and act out some

of your favorite scenes!


Ask the Titans

What’s Beast Boy’s favorite animal? Who do the Titans think is their greatest enemy? Why does

Silkie bark all the time? You got questions and the Titans got answers!


Batman Carpool

Holy Multiverse, Batman!  Batman is talking to Batman and they are talking to LEGO Batman and they

are talking to Future Batman.  But did they talk about toilet paper??


Beyond Batman

Let’s just say this Batman is wayyy Beyond.  Ok…see, retired Bruce Wayne calls up Terry, you know,

Batman Beyond…and, well, the two of them watch a crazy clip from the old live action TV show,

Batman.  Weirdness

ensues…you just gotta watch it to understand…POW!



Brick Builders – Batmobile

If you’re a fan of the Batmobile, you’re gonna love this LEGO brick build thanks to Brick Artist,

Nathan Sawaya.


Brick Builders – Beast Boy

Watch Brick Artist, Nathan Sawaya as he builds Beast Boy’s head and then transforms it into 3

different animals…all out of LEGOs.


Brick Builders – Bumblebee

Brick Artist, Nathan Sawaya “paints” a portrait of DC Super Hero Girls’ own, Bumblebee…with LEGO



Brick Builders – Robin

He may have teeny tiny, baby hands, but Robin’s LEGO head is huge!


Batman 101 – Batsuit

Join DC Kids Show’s very own Jett for a crash course on everything you ever wanted to know about

Batman’s many amazing Batsuits!


Batman 101 – Dynamic Duo

Batman and Robin are one of the most famous duos ever! Find out what makes their crime-fighting

partnership so awesome!


Batman 101 – Joker

No superhero is complete without a super villain and for Batman that would be The Joker. Think you

know all about this master criminal? Think again!


Batman 101 – Robin

Let’s shine a light on Robin, Batman’s right-hand man and discover everything there is to know

about the Boy Wonder!


Batman 101 – Vehicles

From the Batmobile to the Batwing, Batcycle to the Batglider, Batman has some of the coolest, most

rad vehicles a superhero could ever wish for. Here’s a look at these amazing machines in action.


DC Karaoke – Teen Titans Go! “Cool School”

Go to school to get cool…SUPER cool for the Karaoke, fool!


DC Karaoke – DC Super Hero Girls “Eyes on the Prize”

Are you ready to rise?  Of course, you are!  Is your Eye on the Prize?  Of course, it is!  Sing

along with the DC Superhero girls in this heart and fist pumping music vid.


DC Karaoke – DC Super Hero Girls “Save You With My Love”

The DC Super Hero Girls gotta save themselves from the Boy Band trying to save them with their

love…good luck! (Probably helps to just sing along…)


DC Karaoke – DC Super Hero Girls “The City We Love”

The DC Super Hero Girls love Gotham City so much they wrote a song about it!  Everybody now…The

City We Lalalalalala Love!!


DC Karaoke – DC Super Hero Girls “Too Much Fun”

Better recognize…this karaoke sing along is way Too Much Fun thanks to the DC Super Hero Girls.


DC Karaoke – Teen Titans Go! “Go! Rap”

Do you know who the Titans are?  You will after singing along with this jam!



DC Karaoke – Teen Titans Go! “Lights, Camera, Action!”

Lights, Camera, Action!  Sing along with Starfire…it’s pure satisfaction.


DC Karaoke – Teen Titans Go! “Straight Buggin”

Straight Buggin is what you’ll be doin’ when this track gets stuck in yo head.


DC Read Along – H.E.R. | Wonder Woman 5-Minute Stories

Read along with recording artist, H.E.R. as she reads a lil’ bit from, Wonder Woman, 5-Minute



DC Read Along –  Jack Dylan Grazer | Shazam Showdown

Read the DC book Shazam Showdown! along with Jack Dylan Grazer, Freddie Freeman in the hit DC

movie, Shazam!  Go ahead and say it: “SHAZAM!”


DC Read Along – Asher Angel | Becoming Shazam!

Who better to read the DC book, Becoming Shazam than Asher Angel who plays Billy Batson in the hit

Warner Bros. movie, Shazam!?   Come on and read along!


DC Read Along – Chella Man | Dear Justice League

Chella Man (Jericho from Titans) reads from DC’s graphic novel, Dear Justice League.


DC Read Along – Jenny Lorenzo | Be A Star Wonder Woman

Come along with wonderful actress, Jenny Lorenzo, as she reads the DC book, Be a Star Wonder Woman!


DC Read Along – Lilly Aspell | Diana: Princess of the Amazons

Lilly Aspell plays young Diana in the new DC film, Wonder Woman 1984, but in 2020 she’s here

reading to you!  Join her as she reads from the DC book, Diana: Princess of the Amazons.


How to Make Comic Books

We all love comic books, but do you know how they are made? Nandi and Jett from DC Kids Show find

out all there is to know!


How to Draw with Jim Lee and Family

Ever wonder how to draw Wonder Woman?  Join Jim Lee and his family for your chance to hone your

drawing skills!


How to Draw Wonder Woman

Ever wonder how to draw Wonder Woman?  DC Artist, Victoria Ying breaks it down for you in

step-by-step instructions.


How to Draw Babs Gordon

Join artist Kat Hudson, character designer on DC Super Hero Girls, as she teaches how to draw

Batgirl, aka Babs Gordon.


How to Draw Batman

DC Artist Dustin Nguyen not only teaches you how to draw a moody Batman…but you’ll also learn how

to draw Damien Wayne (AKA Robin)!


How to Draw Bumblebee

She’s back…Kat Hudson, character designer on DC Super Hero Girls, gives you an in depth look at how

to draw Bumblebee.


How to Draw Raven

This time animator Hayk Manukyan teaches us how to draw Raven.  Raven couldn’t be more thrilled…


How to Draw Robin

Animator Hayk Manukyan shows you how to draw Robin. Titans Go…and draw!


How to Draw Superman

Fantastic teacher and DC Artist, Franco, walks you through the steps it takes to draw the Man of

Steel himself, Superman.


Look Who’s Coming to DC Super Hero Girls!

The DC Super Hero Girls have a most awesome visitor. Think you know who it might be? Find out right



DC Origami – Green Lantern Ring

Minh Le, author of Green Lantern: Legacy, shows us how to make your very own Origami Green Lantern



DC Origami – Shazam! Symbol

Raven is here to show you how to make your very own Origami Shazam symbol!  Azarath Metrion



DC Origami – The Flash Symbol

Join Batgirl as she shows you how to make an Origami symbol of Barry Allen, er, The Flash.

DC Origami – Wonder Woman Tiara

Wonder Woman’s tiara is super cool and now you can make your own, Origami style!

DC Super Hero Girls – Babs’ Vlog

Watch out Internet! In this all-new video short, Babs (aka Batgirl) is ramping up to become the

latest social media sensation — with a little help from Bumblebee!


DC Super Hero Girls – Lairs

In this all-new video short, Jessica Cruz (aka Green Lantern) has a new video column for the school

newspaper, the Daily Planetoid, spotlighting some of the biggest (and super-est) personalities at

Metropolis High School. First up on her list? Supergirl!


Make Your Own Comic Book

Check out these tricks of the trade for making your own comic book from pro comic book writer and

illustrator, Kirk Scroggs!

Teen Titans Go! Fitness – Booty Scooty

You can’t resist the beat!  You can’t resist the power of…”The Booty Scooty!”

Teen Titans Go! Fitness – Dem Legs

Do you have what it takes to join the League of Legs?  You will after this workout! Kick and Lunge.



Teen Titans Go! Fitness – Vegetables

If you wanna be lean, you gotta eat your greens!

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Joy Ride Is An Extremely Raunchy And Hilarious Comedy



Joy Ride is an extremely raunchy and hilarious comedy that takes the mantle of ensemble risky
comedies that at times, leave your mouth on the floor. Joy Ride focuses on two best friends
Audrey and Lolo (Ashley Sullivan and Sherry Cola) end up getting roped up into a trip to Asia,
they end up on gals pal cross-continent trek to find Audrey’s long lost birth mother so she
doesn’t lose a huge business deal.

The chemistry in this movie is superb. Every character has their moment to shine and there’s
rarely a scene where you don’t get a belly laugh. I was shocked at how crazy and bold this
movie got, continually pushing the line to get a laugh. The movie does a good job of getting to
the point and getting to the scenes that really make you chuckle. There are some editing choices where the story flies by some stuff, and it feels a little incomplete, but never at the expense of really enjoying being around for the journey.

I thought that this was a sleeper for this year and certainly a movie worth watching with your
friends some weekend. It’s great to throw on if you want a laugh and really just enjoy some
great actors riffing off each other. The focus on culture was a nice touch and really elevated the movie to another level. While I would say if you’re easily offended, this movie is not for you – if you’re looking for a no holds barred comedy, Joy Ride is a trip worth taking.

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Who Doesn’t Want To Wear The Ninja Suit Of Snake-Eyes Or Dress Like The Mandalorian?



Hasbro has had their pulse app out for a while now. It allows for access to items to buy, preorder, and a look into future projects and releases. It also allows for a very cool thing most nerds (a group of which I am a proud card-carrying member) have always wanted, the ability to make yourself into an action figure. I’ve contemplated making one for a time but, I finally got my chance to get my hands on one at Comic-Con this year. Now, of course, I had to wait in line as it was a pretty sought-after item. Who doesn’t want to have themselves wear the ninja suit of Snake-Eyes or dressed like a Mandalorian? I was approached by one of the booth staff as I was showing my nephew all the cool ways we could get him his own MIles Morales action figure with his face (as he’s a massive fan) and invited to take a seat and scan our faces into the Hasbro Pulse app with the help of their awesome team and make this dream a reality. My wife was with us, so of course she got in on the fun too. We scanned our faces in and it was very simple and quick. Then we all selected our figures to add our heads to. We all chose Power Rangers(Me as the Black Ranger, my wife chose the pink ranger and the nephew got the red ranger). Then we were told that we needed to wait about 4-6 weeks and we’d have our custom action figure team in our hands. This was a major part of our Comic-Con adventure and definitely, a memory my wife and nephew won’t forget (as it was both of their first Con ever). Thank you to Hasbro for being so generous(also getting me brownie points that home) and I highly suggest checking out Hasbro Pulse and all the cool stuff it has to offer.

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The Last Voyage of the Demeter: Double-knock on wood!  



Adapted and written largely from the Captain’s Log chapter of Bram Stoker’s magnum opus Dracula, The Last Voyage of the Demeter tells the story of Dracula’s journey by ship from Carpathia to London, and what happened to her crew in the interim.

So here we are in Bulgaria, middle of 1897, and Captain Eliot (Liam Cunningham) of the Russian schooner Demeter is here to take on some strange cargo from some unknown client and transport it to Carfax Abbey in London. In need of some extra hands, the Captain sends out his capable Second Wojchek (David Dastmalchian) to scout for some, and initially the roving black doctor and aspiring philosopher Clemens (Corey Hawkins) is passed over in favor of more work-roughened men. The adorable cabin boy of the Demeter, Toby (Woody Norman), narrowly misses being crushed by the mysterious dragon-marked crates being loaded onto the ship, saved by Clemens himself and switched out with the superstitious sailors running from the Demeter like they had been poisoned by the sign of Dracul. And now, armed with some nine or so crewmen, Doc Clemens, and Captain Eliot himself, the twenty-four strange what looks like coffins adorned with dragon signs brought mostly safely aboard, the Demeter can make for open water and the Hell that awaits them there.

The duty of showing Clemens around the ship falls to a cheerful Toby, who proudly shows him the living areas, the Captain’s quarters, the very-large cargo hold, the galley and kitchen where the overly-devout Joseph (Jon Jon Briones) cooks the crews meals, the various above decks, even the sails, and the rigging are all at least touched on, and the livestock pens that Toby himself is in charge of, including the handsome good-boy doggy Huckleberry, or just Huck. We the audience get a very clear feeling of what it’s like to actually be aboard the Demeter, just how large she really is, and what living on a ship for months at sea is really like, the reality and practicality and the dangers of it.

Everyone more or less settles in for a hopefully uneventful voyage, taking mess around the common table and exchanging ideas or aspirations for when they arrive in London early thanks to the fair winds, and receive a handsome bonus for their troubles. But that involves being alive and making it to London to spend said bonus and pay, and the coffin crates spilling dark soil from the motherland and disgorging all sorts of other nasty secrets, have some serious plans to the contrary.

First, it’s the livestock, innocent and shrieking in their locked pens as a monster takes great furious bites out of their necks, and of course, the creature just straight up ruins poor doggy Huck. Then there’s the fully grown girl that gets dislodged from an open coffin-crate, covered in bite scars and as pale as death, she eventually starts interacting and talking after several blood transfusions from Doc Clemens, Toby learns her name is Anna (Aisling Franciosi). And then, as the weather turns foul and the winds begin to be a serious problem, the attacks turn toward the remaining humans onboard the Demeter.

Most people these days are familiar with Dracula, that gorgeous cunning vampire Elder who can supposedly transform into a bat or a wolf, seducing women to voluntarily offer up their veins like an unholy sacrament, a being at once beautiful and powerful, but also horrific and murderous if given half a heartbeat to smell your blood. This is not Dracula.

Instead, the creature that hunts the humans occupying the Demeter is an absolute monster, not a single human feature left to it, barely even recognizable as humanoid-shaped, instead boasting not just full-length bat wings but an entire exo-skin of bat membranes that can be used for feeding, a mouth full of needle-like teeth akin to a predator of the deepest darkest parts of the ocean, those yellowed Nosferatu eyes that will not tolerate light in any way, and of course giant pointy bat-ears. This is a thing, a grotesque straight from the depths of Hell, and no amount of glamor magic can make this Dracula (Javier Botet) seem like anything other than what he, is – a parasitic demon who only wants your blood. There is no reasoning with it, no trapping it, not even really any talking to it (kinda hard to talk when your throat has been ripped out), and, like the much more frightening Dracula stories of old, no amount of pure faith behind a symbol does anything other than give false hope.

Coming face to face with an actual abomination does different things to different people. The formerly delightfully foul-mouthed Abrams (Chris Walley) dissolves into a blubbering mess; poor Larsen (Martin Furulund) didn’t even get to see his own death coming; and it turns out Olgaren (Stefan Kapicic) wants to live so badly, he’ll suffer becoming a blank-eyed Renfield if that’s what it takes. All of Cook Joseph’s purported pure faith didn’t stop him from trying to take the coward’s way out and didn’t save him anyway when the sound of unnatural bat wings descended on him. I find that kind of irony delicious. Dear Anna, resigned to her fate to be eternal food for the horror that terrorized her village, nevertheless wants to try and save whoever is left of the Demeter with her own sacrifice, and there aren’t many. Wojchek of course wants to kill Dracula, but for all his logic and solid practical nature, has no experience whatsoever with this sort of thing, and sure doesn’t want to sacrifice the Demeter, the beloved ship he called home that was promised to him by Captain Eliot himself, in order to destroy that demon. Even poor sweet Toby isn’t safe from the creature’s clutches, and what happens to the cabin boy of the Demeter is what finally sends Captain Eliot over the blooming edge. And who could blame him? For this sort of thing to happen during the last voyage of such a proud, solid ship as the Demeter, is some serious bullsh*t.

To leave such a film open for a potential sequel, especially when called the last voyage of something, was a pretty hefty ask, and somehow the filmmakers managed it. I personally think a different version of Van Helsing, the infamous vampire hunter, teaming up with a certain black doctor who nurses a serious grudge against Dracula, could be a kickass sequel. Until then, experience the doomed final journey of the Demeter and her poor crew in all it’s bloodstained glory, in theaters now!

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