• Action/Adventure
    Pulp Comic Characters: Remembering The Forgotten Icons

    It’s 2015 and names like Batman and Spider-man are as well known as Homer Simpson or Santa Claus. The names that are becoming harder and harder to remember are those of the pulpy characters that helped shaped these modern day superheroes.  i’m not that old, but it seems that unless you’re over the age of […]

  • Comic Book
    Why Fox Should Not Produce A Live Action X-Men TV Series

    It’s no longer a secret that Fox is looking to bring a live-action X-Men series to television. The success of series like Flash, Arrow and Gotham have proven to studios that the demand for live action superhero programming on television exists. For the 15-years the only live action tales to be had featuring Wolverine, Magneto […]

  • Comic Book
    Justice League : Movie Dream Cast

    It may or may not be common knowledge by now that DC’s Justice League comic will finally make it to the big screen on November 17, 2017. You can expect to get plenty of lead up solo movies come out before said movie. The interesting thing is that many of the main cast is already […]

  • Arrow
    The Center Will Not Hold

    Hot off the heels of the CW’s announcement for their fall line up a thought had occurred to me after watching the sizzle reel for “legends of tomorrow” narrated by the great Victor Garber. Will the center hold on the DC television universe? This coming September were going to have not one not two not […]

  • Comic Book
    Daredevil: The Greatest Superhero Movie That Nobody Liked

      On January 7th, Marvel and Netflix announced the release date for the latest live-action adaptation of the Daredevil franchise. Marvel’s Daredevil will make its entire 13-episode season available to stream on April 10th, much to the delight of compulsive bingers everywhere. Fans of the visually impaired vigilante are looking forward to a series that is 12 […]

  • Comics
    Biowars – Infection

    The appeal of comic books for me is the fantasy element that they evoke. Superhero’s with super powers, megalomaniac villains with visions of world domination and characters with disproportionately sized costumes are all just part of the charm. They evoke memories from my childhood … a simpler and easier time without the responsibilities that come […]

  • Comic Book
    Joss Whedon Vs. Phil Coulson Part 2

    As I start writing this today we’ve been dealt the “shocking” blow that Joss Whedon formerly @JossWhedon has left twitter… again. As some might recall he left a few months ago and only returned for fear of what would be his unloved child Much Ado About Nothing for the free promotion. What I really want […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Joss Whedon Vs. Phil Coulson

    This morning I read a recent Q&A Joss Whedon @josswhedon did with Dana Schwartz over at mental floss and I have to say some of his answers really raised my eye brows here and there. DS: People don’t really stay dead in Marvel movies. I think we’ve had to deal with Loki dying four, five, […]

  • Independent
    Best Comic Book Stories That aren’t DC Or Marvel: Part 1

    This year’s Eisner award nominees were announced earlier this week which got me thinking.if you’re unfamiliar with what the Eisner awards are, think of them as the comic book version of the Oscars. Named after the great Will Eisner who famously wrote The Spirit for several years.  Here is this year’s full list of nominees […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Dare Devil on Netflix: Series review Part1

    Netflix’s Daredevil finally arrived for our viewing pleasure on April 10th. I’m sure most fans have been eagerly awaiting to see what Marvel had to offer under the banner of Netflix. Would it be the same  old same old or would it be something totally different? The answer is that it’s vastly different than anything […]

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