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Wednesday, 07 June 2017 17:51
It shouldn’t have taken this long. Wonder Woman, the first full-fledged female superhero, created in 1942 by Charles Moulton Marston (also the creator of the polygraph test, in case you didn’t know) and H.G. Peter and maybe one of the most recognized comic book icons in history should have gotten a live action, full-length, wide released film adaptation DECADES ago. But perhaps the world was not ready. Perhaps female-led superhero movie flops like Catwoman and Elektra held things back. But let’s be honest here. The fact that Barb Wire got a movie before Wonder Woman is just too embarrassing. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 15:04
So here we are,  the second part of my year-end spectacular column which gives out phony, non-existent awards to comics and comic related stuff that I myself, as a lifelong lover of such things, deems worthy. It’s The Bleedie Awards! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Saturday, 31 December 2016 02:21
Welcome to my 6th consecutive Bleedie Awards! My yearly column where I give totally fabricated awards to the best (in my opinion) in comics and comic themed TV, video games and movies! This year in many ways was an interesting one, with DC revamping their line of books yet again with Rebirth and Marvel once again going to Civil War! Also, the Star Wars comics once again rocked and ruled from a galaxy far away! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Monday, 14 November 2016 18:27
So a few weeks back I made a list of the Greatest Marvel Cartoons Of All Time, and it was so fun and popular I thought I would give it a shot for the other team, DC Comics. And let’s be honest, this is going to be the most difficult list to put together!! Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Wednesday, 19 October 2016 14:39
Welcome back to our weekly journey through the television episodic goodness that is Supergirl which airs on Monday nights. In the offseason Supergirl changed networks, leaving CBS and joining the Arrow-verse on the network’s sister station, CW. Changes often bring turmoil to a series and this season they have added Superman to the premieres further risking the Kara character to receding back into the shadow of her cousin. After watching the first two episodes (the said two-part premiere) I was both thrilled and horrified, warmed with joy and overcome with sadness. This alone would me Supergirl a great viewing experience, but the golden lining of this series isn’t in what they give you up front but their strict adherence to thematic device. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 15:00
Now this is more like it, I say! This time, we get a sympathetic "villain". Man Of Steel starts off with with a nice touch on the cover. Whereas the other covers have all depicted that issues "Star", this cover shows the character FROM THE BACK (this is reminiscent of the movie "Frankenstein" with Boris Karloff. The first time we see the Frankenstein Monster, the creature comes through the doorway BACKWARDS! I do not know if this was intentional or not. But like I said, if it was, it was a nice touch)! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Monday, 05 September 2016 14:39
In Man of Steel #4, Superman meets Lex Luthor for the very first time (in the Post Crisis reality that is). Luthor is, of course, the man who will become Superman's mortal enemy. The issue opens with an unshaven Clark Kent receiving a special visitor -- Lois Lane. This is Lois' first ever visit to Clark's apartment and she is impressed by the spotless condition of said apartment. Lois is still harboring a grudge against Clark for his scooping of the Superman story from her. "You're not going to start in on THAT again, are you? It's been eighteen months!" To which Lois replies with precision -- "seventeen months, two weeks, four days and an odd number of hours and don't you forget it, Kent!!" Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Monday, 22 August 2016 11:39
"No, no, boss - not -- not Happy Birthday!" Man of Steel # 3 starts off with Superman going to a neighboring city to apprehend a dangerous criminal -- The BATMAN! Superman sees the Batman swinging on his Batrope , while in pursuit of a thug with information that he seeks. Batman is startled when Superman grabs the Batrope with the intention of taking Batman to Police Headquarters. Since this is a place that Batman wishes to " ... visit on my OWN terms!" (this story takes place during Batman's early career when he was outside the law in Gotham City. At about the same time that this story appeared, Frank Miller's four part "Batman:Year One" story was hitting stands) And, before a startled Superman can react, Batman lets go of the Batrope and starts to plunge to the ground below! Superman tries to save him only to discover that he is "GONE! There is not a sign of him!" Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
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