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What’s New: The Flash, Nimona, The Color Purple, The Devil’s Cut

by Neil Bui

Pop culture is a never-ending world of updates, teases, trailers, and hopefully releases. What’s New Wednesday is Dorkaholics’ way to keep us all up to date with what’s new across comics, tv, film, games, and more! This week, the focus is on trailers for The Flash, Nimona, and The Color Purple as well as DSTLRY’s first release The Devil’s Cut.

  1. The Flash: Final Trailer Out

The final trailer for The Flash highlights our heroic cast of present-day Barry and younger Barry who are both played by Ezra Miller, Sasha Calle as Kara Zor-El, and Michael Keaton who is returning to the role of Batman. Catch #TheFlashMovie in theaters on June 16.

  1. Nimona: Official Teaser Debut

The official teaser for Netflix’s upcoming animated feature Nimona is out now. And from the looks of it, my first thoughts are that it looks delightfully juvenile with a slight angst to give it edge, with an artstyle that feels like How to Train Your Dragon meets Arcane. Catch Nimona on Netflix on June 30.

  1. DSTLRY: First Release ‘The Devil’s Cut’ Announced

Next-gen comics publisher DSTLRY announced their first first-ever limited-edition print and digital release, The Devil’s Cut. This groundbreaking publication brings together an exceptional lineup of creators, promising a unique and unfiltered storytelling experience. Scheduled to hit comic book shelves worldwide in August, retailers can pre-order the print version now through Diamond Comic Distributors or Lunar Distribution. The Devil’s Cut will be available to fans on August 30, both at local comic book stores as well as digitally via DSTLRY’s official website (digital copies will only be accessible until September 6, 2023).

  1. The Color Purple: Official Trailer Released

The Color Purple is a film adaptation of the musical based on the 1982 novel of the same name. There was a previous film adaptation of the novel in 1985 which did not have the musical elements that this film will. Catch #TheColorPurple in theaters December 25.

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