• Comic Book
    Batman vs Superman – A Marvel Fans point of view

    Right – let’s get the negative stuff out of the way first shall we?  Was this the best movie in the world?  No, I guess not, it had some flaws which I’ll detail below.  However, it definitely was not the horrible pile of steaming tripe that other reviewers are painting it as.  To be clear, […]

  • Television
    The Flash of Two Worlds

    Starting from the exact moment the previous episode ended (see my post on SFFWorld), the team is stunned that Jay Garrick knows all of their names, and realize he has been spying on them. Jay explains that he is from another world, where he is known as The Flash. In his own world, Jay’s version […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Best Comic Book Battles: Feat Batman

    We come to the end of the Best of Comic Book Battles. Arguably, I saved the best for last. The Dark Knight himself, Batman. I’ve read countless Batman comics and I can tell you that there are a lot of great battles among them. The problem is narrowing it down to five.  I don’t want […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Batman – No Man’s Land

    I enjoyed Batman growing up, reading comics and watching the cartoon show. I had never seen any more than novelized adaptations from the movies, so I was interested when I found this one, hanging out like a sore thumb at the book store. This novel, No Man’s Land, is fairly unique among a lot of […]

  • Comic Book
    Bill Finger Recognized As Co-creator Of Batman

      Long over due doesn’t begin to cut it. Bill Finger was instrumental in creating the Dark Knight and his world but never got the credit for it. Since Batman’s inception Bob Kane was the only creator associated with the character. Even Kane admired on a few occasions that Bill finger had a hand in […]

  • Comics
    The Inadequacy of Superman

    Mark Millar‘s “Superman: Red Son” is an alternate universe tale that presents to its readers what the Superman-verse would be like if he was landed in Soviet Russia instead of the United States. Thus, we are introduced to a world where Batman’s parents are murdered for their political views and transforms Bruce Wayne into a […]

  • Comic Book
    GREEN LANTERN

    Unlike many other reviewers and critics, I am not going to completely pan Green Lantern. I agree that it had the potential to be so much more, but most Superhero movies have that same potential and when the studios are forced to spend a significant portion of on screen time to the introduction of the […]

  • Comics
    BATMAN: ENDGAME REVIEW

    Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo’s run on Batman is quickly becoming the stuff of legend among many fans. Their latest arc titled Endgame is perhaps their most anticipated of all. It’s the return of the Joker after his last encounter with Batman that took place in the Death Of The Family storyline, also by Snyder […]

  • Comics
    Batman Artist: Norm Breyfogle Tribute.

    Today is Norm Breyfolge’s birthday. Who is he? To me, his is a name that needs no introduction. It is possible that many comic fans today have forgotten or perhaps, not even heard of him. Norm Breyfogle is a Comic book artist that left a huge impression on me in a way that no other […]

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