REVIEW: Dark Days – The Forge #1 – Impenetrable But Intriguing Metal

REVIEW: Dark Days – The Forge #1 – Impenetrable But Intriguing Metal

DC’s big summer event for 2017 has been announced as “Dark Nights – Metal”, which sees “Batman” superstars Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo re-team to tell a big story involving all the heroes of the DC Pantheon. Dark Days – The Forge #1 is the prequel that kicks off the event to come, and though there’s plenty here to intrigue, drawing from crumbs dropped throughout Snyder’s long tenure as Bat-writer, the issue is also pretty…

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DC releases variants for ‘Dark Knight III: The Master Race’ Book 3

DC releases variants for ‘Dark Knight III: The Master Race’ Book 3

Leading up to it’s March 3rd release, DC has unveiled its slate of variant covers for the third chapter in Dark Knight III: The Master Race. In addition to a standard cover by Andy Kubert, readers can get their hands on a 1 in 10 variant cover by Scott McDaniel, a 1 in 25 variant cover by Klaus Janson, a 1 in 50 variant cover by John Romita Jr., a 1 in 100 variant cover by…

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Comic Book Movie Buzz: ‘Son of Batman’ Clip

Comic Book Movie Buzz: ‘Son of Batman’ Clip

Son of Batman is an upcoming direct-to-video animated superhero film that is part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies. It is an adaptation of Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert’s 2006 Batman and Son storyline. The film is set to be released on May 6, 2014. Muuka MuyumbaMore Posts Follow Me:

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FEATURE FRIDAY: Re-Visting some Representations of Heroism in DC Comics’s Flashpoint

FEATURE FRIDAY: Re-Visting some Representations of Heroism in DC Comics’s Flashpoint

With the two year anniversary of the beginning of the 52 universe on the horizon and a new summer event with Trinity War I wanted to reflect a bit on what I thought made the goodbye summer event to the previous incarnation of the DCU, Flashpoint, guided by Geoff Johns, something worth remembering and re-reading. The substance of the Flashpoint series across all the titles, and granted at some points the crossover books  were at times a…

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