Like many of you, we here at Cinema Blend really love superheroes. Whenever a new rumor or news story breaks about a film, television series or video game based on our favorite comic book characters, our minds are sent spinning as we begin to imagine endless possibilities of adventures with costumed heroes. It’s a passion that we indulge in on a daily basis, and now we’ve taken a new step forward by dedicating an entire section of our site to it.

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Hero Blend.

Today marks not only the launch of a new section here on Cinema Blend, but also the debut of our weekly Hero Blend videocast where I will be sitting down with a new co-host every week to talk about the latest big news in the world of comic book films, TV and games. And we are kicking things off talking about a move that shocked the world this past Friday.

After being announced at San Diego Comic-Con last year and thrilling fans with the promise of a 2015 release date, Zack Snyder’s upcoming Man of Steel sequel, a.k.a. Batman vs. Superman, has been moved from its original July 17, 2015 theatrical premiere to May 6, 2016. The news has gotten a mixed reaction from fans, some upset that they won’t get to see their two favorite DC heroes on screen together for a whole extra year, and others hoping that the extra time working on the project will only add to the quality. There’s a great debate going on, and it’s the one I’ve chosen to tackle alongside Cinema Blend Movie Content Director Sean O’Connell in our first episode.

Enjoy the show and we’ll be back next week with episode two!

You can find more episodes of Hero Blend right here.

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