Teri Hatcher DID appear on an episode of DC Daily, but don’t know if that is what they are looking for. That was the only thing that popped into my mind when I read the question.
Will Golden Age comics be available on DCUI?
I am DYING to read the classic Shazam and Superman comics as well as the offbeats like Dr. Fate, Hawkman, and Spectre.
I don’t think DC has the rights to the early Shazam! stories, it’s a very confusing story. As for Superman, everything that is on here now will be on DCUI. Just didn’t want you to have to wait a week for an answer.
All this make sure you are ready for DCUI has confused me. I am asking just to be sure I am right, the DCU app will automatically transition to the DCUI app with no special things necessary, right? I remember that was supposed to be the case, but like I said, I keep seeing posts about what to do for the transition, and i thought it was nothing. I am already subscribed and have the app on my phone, so I am thinking I am set, but I don’t want to miss a second of it…
I don’t always make these but i do enjoy reading the Q&As @Applejack is the best the first mod i ever talk to during the titans watch along
I think the person meant the new show coming to CW
Get well soon
So when should we start “reminding” you. End of May???
Thanks. Got a new cough syrup yesterday and it seems to be helping, but slow going…
The bullet pull down could work.
Would it come up in a search?
Maybe there is a link to club “curated content”.
If I’m on the DCUI app, a search won’t find anything from the community, now that’s it’s been disassociated app, correct?
There is weekly calendar of events, maybe stuff could be pulled from there?
Something I’ve noticed on iOS, if the DCUI app is open on my phone, it will bring up the issue to read in the DCUI app. But, if the app isn’t open, the link will open the reader in a web page instead. Seems to be that behavior should be consistent and not dependent on the open status of the app.
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And, like most commercials, the viewing experience is better if you can avoid them. That entire plot line was just a bad idea. It would have been such a better movie had the axed Max and made it a Cheetah vs WW movie. It’s those small, connected relationships that made the first so remarkable.
The absolute best scene in the movie is the small scene in the middle of the credits. It was warm, touching, compassionate and selfless. All of the best traits in a WW movie. Although the little scene regarding the creation of the invisible jet was adorable.
But, there were quite a few prop and hair/makeup continuity errors that were simply egregious.
I wish the DCEU didn’t have so many screw-ups
Deal! You can always slather on some sunscreen and stop by, though! I’ll be sure to have a giant beach umbrella handy. And iced beverages
Ps. Nice work @Reaganfan78!
I’m not anti-Lucy by any means. I like I Love Lucy fine, I just never got into it.
When I think of Lucille Ball, these are the things that most immediately come to mind:
● A. The Long, Long Trailer
● 2. Desilu Productions
Now, you’ll excuse me. I’m going to my night gig at the candy factory.
Did you see her TV movie where she played a homeless woman? Pretty sure it’s called Stone Pillow.