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Tag Archive: comics

Comics are Racist

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Are comics racist? There is a massive imbalance between white-as-the-driven-snow characters and non-Caucasians. To rub salt in the wound, those who aren’t white are often shocking stereotypes. I know what you’re thinking: Storm,… Continue reading

Top 10 Batman Villains (Complete List)

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Don’t forget to check out our latest series examining Christopher Nolan’s versions of Batman’s foes! Follow the links below: (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3) A good superhero will only remain interesting if… Continue reading

Trade Paperbacks vs Monthly Issues

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Honestly, I have no idea why people buy comics month to month. I see them there buying them by the dozen month after month whilst ignoring the collected trades of the same issues… Continue reading

Why I Didn’t Care That Spider-Man Died

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Originally I sat down with the intention of knocking together a review of the ‘Death of Spider-Man’ story arc that has taken place across the pages of ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’ and ‘The Ultimates’. Instead… Continue reading

5 Reasons ‘Arkham City’ Will Rock/Suck

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This week heralds the arrival of one of the most anticipated games of the year (THE most anticipated for cool people). ‘Arkham Asylum’ was a surprisingly brilliant production, rising far above the average… Continue reading

‘Kick-Ass 2’ Has Taken Things Too Far

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I’m not one who is easily offended by violence in the media. Content has to pretty extreme or excessively gratuitous before I’d be put off by it. With its fourth issue, Kick-Ass 2… Continue reading

Most WTF Special Edition Comics

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I’m just gonna link y’all to this Cracked article because I need to share it with as many people as possible. Most WTF Special Edition Comics Why? Because when reading the #1 entry… Continue reading

‘Spawn’ Comics – Far From a Classic Series

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Back in 1992, following a split from Marvel comics and his run on Spider-Man, Todd MacFarlene launched a new line called ‘Spawn’, which was an instant success among readers. ‘Spawn’ was one of… Continue reading

Top 10 Comics That Should be Movies Already

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Comic books and cinema have long been a collaboration. Batman and Superman appeared in cinematic serials  as early as the 1940′s, and there’s been a steady trickle since then. When Bryan Singer’s X-Men… Continue reading