Once the Warner Bros. Discovery merger was announced, we had a little hope for what WBD could do for DCEU. But can we trust them?Read More
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Why Hasn’t Hollywood Figured Out How to Make a Horror Comic Book Movie?
Marvel Studios have horror characters coming. DC Comics has a legion in waiting. So, why don’t we have a real horror comic book movie?Read More
The Miseducation of DC’s Nubia
Explore an imortant character in Wonder Woman lore. Why fans love her and want to see her in Patty Jenkin’s sequel.Read More
DCeased: Unkillables #1 – The Rise of The Villains
Written By: Tom Taylor Illustrated By: Trevor Scott, Karl Mostert Warning: Spoilers for DCeased and DCeased: Unkillables Based on the electrifying events of 2019’s smash hit mini-series DCeased, Unkillables is a poem to the original series. The six-part DCeased mini-series quickly earned popularity leading to the now sequel. I wouldn’t call it a sequel, but…Read More
Why Is The Internet Obsessed With Bruce Wayne’s Money?
If you browse comic book twitter for long enough you’ll begin to see that many people have a lot to say about Bruce Wayne, and his methods. Many are critical on the way he spends his enormous wealth, and the way he handles his rouges gallery. But many do not go beyond the surface of…Read More
Booster Gold: The Greatest Hero You’ve Never Heard Of
Booster Gold was one of the first new characters DC introduced after Crisis on Infinite Earths. Created by Dan Jurgens, his first debut was in February of 1986 in Booster Gold #1. He guards the integrity of the time stream, and playing the fool is part of his cover. He protects all of time and space from evil.Read More
IMMORTAL HULK and the History of Comic Horror
When at their very best, comics like The Immortal Hulk allow their readers to confront the characteristics of the world and the people around us. Whether examining moral integrity in the pages of DC Comics’ Superman or weighing the differences between consequence and responsibility in Marvel’s Spider-Man, the most memorable character moments always come when…Read More
DC Comics: Top 5 Deadliest Villains
5. Brainiac Vrill Drox, otherwise known as Brainiac takes the 5th place spot. His first appearance was in 1958, in Action Comics #242. He is one of Superman’s most intelligent foes. Brainiac is a self-aware alien AI, who is driven to seek all the knowledge of the Universe. He was created with the purpose of…Read More
Vixen, Queen Of The Animal Kingdom.
“I have all the powers of Africa now. From the fox to the elephant, from the spider to the man—I am the life of Africa—and I believe in life“ – Vixen, JLA Classified Vol 1 Mari McCabe is a woman of many forms with unique talents. She’s imbued with the power of the animal kingdom,…Read More
In the Mirror of the Phantasm – Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Retrospective
A Reflection & Review of DC Comics’ 1993 Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Animated feature films continue to excel in the box office. On December 14th 2018, the most significant animated adaptation of a Marvel comic book character was released. Marvel’s animated endeavor hit theaters to mass critical and public acclaim. That film would go…Read More
Review: Lois Lane #1
LOIS LANE #1 Written by Greg Rucka Art by Mike Perkins, Paul Mounts, and Simon Bowland Edited by Jessica Chen, Mike Cotton, and Brian Cunningham Published by DC Comics Release Date: July 3, 2019 Journalism is a tough business, it takes extraordinary people to chase down a story that could possibly get them killed in…Read More
Big Barda, Redefining Gender Roles.
Orphan, Warrior, Wife, and New God. Reigning from the fiery hellscape of Apokolips, Big Barda was born and trained to be a deadly force. She shines in battle, and enjoys the fight. But what happens when Barda breaks free and chooses a life of her own? Does she succumb to archaic gender roles on earth,…Read More
Doom Patrol: The Comic Book Show You Didn’t Know You Needed
It’s been a few weeks since DC Universe’s 2nd live action series ended its first season and with that comes a lot to discuss to say the least. To get right into it, Doom Patrol is easily one of DC’s best live action shows that they have ever done. With a premise that you can’t…Read More
Batwoman, The Rebirth of a Hero.
“You bats are all alike. You think fear is a symbol. But I can show you.. fear is a sacrament.” – Kate Kane, Batwoman. On the outside Kate Kane seems to be just another socialite who is on her journey to find herself whether it be at the bottom of a bottle, a one night…Read More
The Impact of Milestone Comics and the Necessity of Its Revival
In early 1991 four young Black men sat down to discuss the lack of diversity in the comic community. After their initial meeting, they decided that what the comic community needed was a fresh idea that embodied diversity and inclusion and this is where Milestone comics was born.Read More
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