Robin was born with a very general purpose. He was there to give children a character to relate to in Batman’s world. Nine-year-old Michael couldn’t connect to the struggles of having a billionaire playboy lifestyle (neither can 22-year old Michael, but I digress.) Robin was simply there to represent the children who were reading the…Continue Reading “Feature: Why I Love Dick Grayson”
Carol Danvers has a new codename and is determined to prove herself the best of the best! She’s forging a new future for herself as Captain Marvel, but finds that she still can’t walk away from a challenge from her past! It’s a firefight in the sky as the Banshee Squadron debut – but who…Continue Reading “Review: CAPTAIN MARVEL Vol. 1: Earth’s Mightiest Hero”
James Wan’s Aquaman is swimming past Iron Man 3 in it’s international box office.
The Wonder Twins have been apart of the DC Universe for decades. Their most notable run was during the Super Friends in the 1970s. Now, they’ve made their return to the world of comics with their own series. Wonder Twins No. 1 is a crazy, weird, and fun time! Jayna and Zan are from the…Continue Reading “Review: WONDER TWINS No. 1 – Wonder Twin Powers: Activate?”
2019 marks the 35th anniversary of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The fearsome foursome has been kicking shell for three decades. Today, we’re going to be taking a look back at their long and unorthodox history. The Comics The TMNT made their comic debut in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 in May of 1984. Created…Continue Reading “History of the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES”
Geoff Johns’ New 52 run on Aquaman created a lot of iconic moments and stories for the character. Perhaps the biggest is “Throne of Atlantis,” pits Arthur Curry and the Justice League against his half-brother Orm, the new king of Atlantis. Orm believes that the surface world is a threat, and he launches a huge…Continue Reading “Comic Review: THRONE OF ATLANTIS”
Spider-Man: Miles Morales vol 1 is basically a day in the life of Spider-Man. He’s a teenager who got bitten by a radioactive spider, giving him amazing abilities. With these abilities, Miles has become an Avenger and fights crime all while dealing with standard kids stuff. Written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Sara Pichelli, Spider-Man is a new take on a classic Marvel character. Is it worth your time or should you move on to the next Spider-Man? Let’s discuss.Continue Reading "Review: SPIDER-MAN: Miles Morales Vol 1"
Back in 2016, DC Comics relaunched several ongoing series as part of its Rebirth initiative. Among these was a new Aquaman run by Dan Abnett, Brad Walker, Phillipe Briones, and Scot Eaton. The comic comes on the heels of Geoff Johns’ acclaimed New 52 run, which has popularized the character and made him a force…Continue Reading “Review: AQUAMAN Rebirth Vol. 1: The Drowning”
In the comics, Scott Lang was always in the shadow of Hank Pym as Ant-Man. He has a history in prison, his divorce complicates his relationship with his daughter Cassie, and he was even dead for a while. But you can’t keep a good Ant down. Back in 2015, when the first Ant-Man movie came…Continue Reading “Comic Review: ANT-MAN Volume 1: Second-Chance Man”
DC Entertainment has finally shared some details on its upcoming streaming service, DC Universe. And based on the announcement, it sounds like a must for any DC fan. DC Universe will be anchored by original shows, beginning with this year’s Titans. 2019 will see the arrivals of four more shows – Young Justice: Outsiders, Harley Quinn,…Continue Reading “DC Universe Details Announced; Will Include Older Movies and TV Shows, Comics and More”