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The latest animated DC Universe film finds Barry Allen, The Flash, in a fight for the past, present, and future in this epic tale of love, loss, and war. Continue reading
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The newest animated incarnation of our beloved dark knight has finally premiered. With a combination of a darker tone with some fantastical elements this version of the character is fresh and familiar all at once. Continue reading
In Justice League issue 21 we were treated to the finale of one of my favorite reintroductions of the New DC Universe.
The dynamic duo have returned in digital comic form.
It was a warm night in 1989. I was a young lad of about 6 and I was waiting in a line that wrapped itself around the movie theater and vibrated with anticipation. My father hoisted me up to sit on his shoulders and I looked out and saw an ocean of people as far as my young eyes could see. At the end of the line was a poster which donned a symbol that would come to define a good portion of my life. THE BATMAN!
Superman Earth One Vol.2
Just finished reading this amazing graphic novel written by J. Michael Straczynski and drawn by Shane Davis.
This book takes a very introspective look at the man of steel and changes up the established myth in a similar way as the new film.
This along with Vol.1 take on superman during his earliest outings as the big blue boyscout and shows us a Clark/Superman still unsure of himself and a world that has no ideas if they can or should trust him.
With a few minor tweaks for continuity purposes I don’t see why they don’t just use this as the template for the sequal.
A great read that takes the spirit of the classic character and brings him into humanistic sci-fi world, this version introduces a wicked take on classic villain Parasite, and even shows us a very interesting new version of arch-nemesis Lex Luthor. Or should I say Lex-squared.
Read it and you will get it. 9/10