Tag Archive: superman

Greatest Superman Villains

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For over 80 years Superman has been the gold standard of superheroes as every other cape and spandex-wearer since owes him a debt. But you do not achieve this status without making enemies… Continue reading

Greatest Justice League Stories

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If their is a superhero team reminiscent of a pantheon it is the Justice League. A team without equal they recruit the best and those who have proven themselves to battle evil. Over… 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

Casting Call: ‘The Dark Knight Returns’

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In 1986 Frank Miller’s graphic novel, The Dark Knight Returns revolutionized the Batman mythos. Commercially and critically successful, the comic revitalized the character of Batman. Gone was the campy cartoonish rendition of Batman… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Aquaman’

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  You can read Gfunk’s review right here!   Plot: Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) is a man torn between two worlds. The son of Atlanna, Queen of Atlantis (Nicole Kidman) and a lighthouse… Continue reading

The Pull List: DC’s Dark ‘Trinity’

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The Pull List started as a weekly spotlight on interesting new releases, but it has since redirected that spotlight to random thoughts about characters, storylines, and other comic book elements. What does it take… Continue reading

Worst Comic Book Movie Heroes

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A while ago I wrote about the worst villains seen in comic book films (which can be read HERE). And while many people enjoyed it, the bad guys have not always been the… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Superman II’

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In 1978, Superman was released into theaters and has become one of the great classics not only among the superhero genre but in American cinema as a whole(read my Retro Review of it… Continue reading

Comic Review: ‘Man of Steel’

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When it Brian Michael Bendis shook the comic world by jumping ship from Marvel to work for DC Comics for the first time in his twenty year career, fans wondered what he would… Continue reading