Category Archive: Obligatory Comics Section

Thor: Who is Christian Bale Playing?

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Earlier this year it became known that acclaimed Oscar winning actor Christian Bale was switching from DC films to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to play the villain in the upcoming Thor: Love and… Continue reading

My Picks for DC Comics Publisher

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Recently the fandom community was rocked when Dan Didio, the publisher for the past 18 years at DC Comics was parted from the company. His co-publisher Jim Lee is still around, but is… Continue reading

Dan Didio: Best & Worst of DC Comics

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I am sure every comic fan has now learned that after 18 years the Co-Publisher and former VP-Executive Editor of DC Comics, Dan Didio was released from his position. By all accounts this… Continue reading

Superheroes Gone Bad

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We always like to picture our superheroes as stalwart defenders of truth, justice, and the American way. But things are not always so simple as years of fighting the good fight has led… Continue reading

9 Characters We Want in the MCU

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Speculation about the future of the MCU is an industry unto itself. Instead of joining the masses in trying to guess what will happen next, I’m going to whine like a petulant child… Continue reading

6 Comic Adaptations Better than the Source Material

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Marvel movies have spoiled us. There was a time – the 90s to be exact – when comic adaptations were considered to be trash until proven otherwise. Even the best of the meagre… Continue reading

Vertigo: The Defining Comics

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In 1993 editor Karen Berger shook the comic world forever.  Wanting to publish comics that did not fit the mainstream model, she was given the green light from DC Comics to start her… Continue reading

Defunct Marvel Publishing Lines

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Over there long and storied history Marvel Comics has made interesting attempts to branch out and try something different. In doing so they have launched different publishing lines to shake things up, many… Continue reading

Worst Moments for Spider-Man

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A popular term among comic fans is “Parker luck” a reference to the beloved superhero Spider-Man and his uncanny ability to attract bad luck. Despite a superhero career dogged by misfortune a few… Continue reading

The Flash: Reading Guide

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Throughout the decades long history of superheroes, one of the most influential red costumes has been worn by a number of men who have called themselves the Flash. Whether it is; Jay Garrick… Continue reading