Batman/Superman Comic Reviews
By: Adam Basciano As I am writing this article, we are exactly one year away from the release of “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.” While this will surely be an excruciatingly long 365 days, we have got a lot of key official imagery from the film. We’ve got our first looks at The Dark […]
New Poster For Avengers: Age of Ultron Poster + Hans Zimmer Creating Musical Themes For Wonder Woman & Aquaman!
By: Adam Basciano Marvel have released a brand new poster for Avengers: Age of Ultron aka the highest grossing superhero film of 2015, aka a nice appetizer until the main course, which is Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. While obviously photo shopped, I love the composition of this poster. The returning Avengers feature front […]
By: Adam Basciano I don’t know why Hollywood releases trade papers or magazines anymore, as all the big news seems to break on the internet. “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Justice League” director Zack Snyder took to social media to release the first official image of Jason Momoa, as the DC Cinematic Universe’s […]
By: Adam Basciano I like big “event” stories in comic books as much as any fan and I’m very much looking forward to “Convergence.” However, my fear with this, is that it would lead to yet another relaunch or revamp of the DC Universe. I understand the need for it every decade or two, but […]
By: Adam Basciano We’ve heard very little from the stars of the upcoming “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Specifically, we’ve heard next to nothing from Superman himself, Henry Cavill. That is until now. Recently at an awards show, the actor was asked about the film, to which he referred to as cinematic history….
By: Adam Basciano “The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel are close friends in the modern-day–but the two weren’t always such close allies. Discover how two of the World’s Finest Super Heroes met for the first time in the New 52, and the mysterious adventure that takes them to a whole new world-the world […]
By: Matthew Rapier H’El has arrived and means to reinvigorate Krypton. Superman joins up with Superboy to visit Lex in a prison designed specifically to hold him from escaping. Lex, being the genius that he is, gives Superman the insight on how H’El plans to use the bottled city of Kandor in the Fortress of […]
By: Matthew Rapier Death of the Family kicks off in Batman #13 with Joker infiltrating the GCPD and playing a clever game in offing many of Gordon’s crew. He ends up kidnapping Alfred Pennyworth and leaves Bruce Wayne a message with sounds of Alfred being tortured in the background. Batman deduces that Joker is re-creating […]
By: Matthew Rapier Depending on the person you ask, the New 52 is either the worst thing to happen for Superman comics or the best. I have a friend that was not high on the character before the New 52 and finally started reading Superman titles in the company shift. Another friend has despised every […]
By: Adam Basciano “It’s their worst nightmare: a creature of unknown Kryptonian origin, more powerful than Superman, smarter than Supergirl and more lethal than Superboy–and his actions will change the course of a planet’s fate! The moment is finally here: Superboy and Superman, face to face! But with Superboy dying from the wounds H’El inflicted […]