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Tag Archive: comics

Comic Books That Would Make Great TV Shows

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Many years ago characters like; Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and the Incredible Hulk were no strangers to the television screen. Many people have the greatest memories about these pop culture icons  not from… Continue reading

Casting Call: Birds of Prey

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Since I love DC’s Birds of Prey, and I love casting things, I decided to combine those two things into a massive blog-worthy effort. So here’s part 1! Tell me what you think,… Continue reading

Catalogue of Freaks: Batman’s New Foes

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Since the death and subsequent return of Bruce Wayne Batman has encountered a new gallery of enemies. Whilst people like The Joker, Clayface and The Penguin where far from normal the new batch… Continue reading

The 10 Biggest Superhero Movie Fails

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Us geeks live in a golden age for seeing our superheroes come to live. We have seen pitch-perfect cinematic renditions of Batman, the X-Men, Iron Man…even the legends of the industry such as… Continue reading

Severed Comic Book Review

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We all know comics scribe, Scott Snyder is currently dominating the entire medium with his run on DC Comics’ Batman, a great character that he is leaving his distinct imprint on. But lest we… Continue reading

Comic Review: Road Rage #1

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Writer: Stephen King and Joe Hill Adapted by: Chris Ryall Artist: Nelson Daniel Plot: A motorcycle club making their way to a business associate’s place to pick up money owed to them is chased by an… Continue reading

10 Females I’d Like to See in Future Spider-Man Movies

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I may be wrong to assume that there are going to be sequels to this summer’s The Amazing Spider-Man but let’s be honest, it looks awesome and if the crap-fest that was Spiderman… Continue reading

‘Batman: Black Mirror’ Comic Review

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If you only buy one Batman graphic novel this month, or even this year, make it The Black Mirror. Scott Snyder has crafted an epic tome that stands alongside some of the best… Continue reading

Comic Review: Superior

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After the success that the film  adaptations of, Kick-Ass and Wanted achieved, it is completely understandable that comic writer Mark Millar would want to tell a story which looked at the cinematic nature… Continue reading

Comic Review: (The New 52) Justice League #3 & #4

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Story: Geoff Johns Art: Jim Lee Colours: Alex Sinclair with Gabe Eltaeb Inker: Scott Williams Letters: Patrick Brosseau Review: Being that I am a pretty huge fan of the Justice League it was… Continue reading