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DARK KNIGHT: I AM BATMAN – CHILDREN’S BOOK REVIEW

Dark Knight: I Am Batman – Children’s Book Review

His name is Bruce Wayne. His home is Gotham City. He lives in a big apartment. He owns a boat and a plane. He has nice clothes. He has a fast car. And he has a lot of other fancy toys and gadgets… He has a children’s book called Dark Knight: I Am Batman. Yes, 

Donald Trump Is A Marvel Comic Book Supervillain

Donald Trump Is A Marvel Comic Book Supervillain

Republican nominee Donald Trump, one of the trending topics worldwide, is an American businessman, television personality, author, and politician. To add to the list, now Donald Trump is also a Marvel comic book supervillain in Spider-Gwen Annual #1. I’ll repeat that, Donald Trump is a Marvel comic book supervillain. The character is called MODAAK, an 

Marvel Characters From South Africa

Marvel Characters From South Africa

After hearing Xhosa spoken by T’Challa and T’Chaka in the latest Marvel film Captain America: Civil War, it’s easy to assume that Wakanda is the cinematic universe’s version of South Africa. However, in the comics, Wakanda is located in Northeastern Africa. And while most Marvel’s African countries are made up of a few fictional countries 

Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens

Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens – Comic Book Review

When it was announced earlier this year that there will be a crossover between Alien, Predator, and Judge Dredd, nearly everyone had the same confused reaction. How will they do it? Why would they do it? This is most unorthodox, and so forth. Now that the first issue of John Layman’s Predator vs Judge Dredd 

Preview: The Flintstones #1

Preview: The Flintstones #1

Yabadabadoo! The world’s most beloved stone age family is getting a fresh new look when they return in DC Comic’s The Flintstones #1. The Hanna-Barbera characters are getting a reboot as they join the DC Comics stable. The Flintstones #1, written by Mark Russell with art by Steve Pugh, looking to revamp the world of 

Deadpool & Spider-Man Take A Shot At Batman V Superman

Deadpool and Spider-Man Take A Shot At Batman V Superman

In the latest issue of Spider-Man/Deadpool, Deadpool and Spider-Man take a stab at Batman v Superman by criticizing the film’s plot and the outcome. It’s a bold move, but would we expect anything less from Deadpool? While Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is celebrating the release of its ultimate cut this week, Marvel Comics 

Dark Night: A True Batman Story

Dark Night: A True Batman Story – Comic Book Review

Over the years, Paul Dini has proven himself to be one of the best writers both in comic books and television. Take a look at his resumé, or take note of the many awards he’s earned if you need proof. Or, better yet, actually read his stories if you want to truly appreciate his incredible 

Extraordinary X-Men #10 Comic book review

Extraordinary X-Men #10 – Comic Book Review

In issue #9 the X-Men were at the mercy of Colossus, Apocalypse’s newest Horseman. Picking up where we left off, Extraordinary X-Men #10 starts with Storm and her X-Men arriving in Omega World 3167 A.D on a rescue mission to save Colossus and the rest of the X-Men team. Trapped a thousand years in the 

Aquaman: Rebirth #1

Aquaman: Rebirth #1 – Comic Book Review

Aquaman: Rebirth #1 is a solid start on Aquaman’s new status quo. As the protector of the ocean and ruler of Atlantis, a man of two diverse worlds, one of the land and one of the sea, he is doing what he feels is right by guarding and safe keeping these two worlds from each 

DC Rebirth Batman #1

Batman: Rebirth #1- Comic Book Review (2nd Opinion)

Sporting a new look in Batman: Rebirth #1, The Dark Knight goes toe-to-toe with the season changing Calendar Man. Will Batman be the hero Gotham knows him to be and will he have Robin by his side? Batman has always been one of the most solid comics produced by DC, one that has been established 

captain america steve rogers #1 review

Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 – Comic Book Review

The controversy is here. With a power battle for the Hydra taking place between Baron Zemo and Red Skull, Steve Rogers finds himself caught between S.H.I.E.L.D and Hydra. All is not as it seems in Captain America: Steve Rogers #1. Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 is very much a narrative driven issue. There are a 

The Flash: Rebirth #1

The Flash: Rebirth #1 – Comic Book Review

If you haven’t read, DC Universe: Rebirth #1 then be forewarned of spoilers in this review.  The Flash: Rebirth #1 continues the events of ‘DCU: Rebirth #1’ but is told from Barry’s perspective rather than that of Wally West. The Flash is at the centre of the Rebirth saga making this a much sought after 

CIVIL WAR II: X-MEN #1

Civil War II – X-Men #1 – Comic Book Review

The X-Men enter the fray of Civil War II when the world’s most terrifying mutant, Magneto, takes mutantkind’s fate into his own hands. For several years now, the Inhumans have been taking an increasingly prominent foothold amongst the human race. The Terrigen mists, capable of transforming a rare few people into new Inhumans whilst killing 

Wonder Woman #1

Wonder Woman #1 – The Lies Part One – Comic Book Review

There are two problems with Wonder Woman #1 – The Lies Part One: a) It’s so damn good that it’ll make the other DC titles feel inadequate. b) It’s so damn good that you’ll resent it for not having more pages. In case you missed the message there, this is one of the best comics 

Kick-Ass

New Kick-Ass Series To Feature Female Lead

Kick-Ass is making a return, and this time, things will be a bit different as the series will feature a new African-American female lead. The latest Kick-Ass series will feature a new supporting cast along with the new female lead and won’t take place in New York, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Mark Millar, the 

civil war #2 comic book review

Civil War II #2 – Comic Book Review

James Rhodes – Rhodey to his friends, War Machine to the general public – is dead. She-Hulk is gone too, both meeting their demise at the hands of Thanos. But who’s really to blame? Civil War II #2 might have some of the answers. Tony Stark seems to think the blame lies at the hands 

Mosaic

Marvel Introduces Its Newest Anti-Hero, Mosaic

We have all been wondering, just who or what Mosaic is. Well, it seems we just got our answer. Mosaic is the latest Inhuman Anti-Hero to join the Marvel ranks. Morris Sackett was an arrogant, self-absorbed and much loved professional basketball player who gets exposed to the Terrigen mists. The Mists changes Morris into the 

Scooby Apocalypse #2

Scooby Apocalypse #2: Apocalypse Right Now! – Comic Book Review

Rebooting something is easy. Keeping momentum after that first issue is hard. After laying so much groundwork in that first issue, Scooby Apocalypse #2: Apocalypse Right Now! is an improvement where you see it paying off already. Picking up where the last issue left off, our heroes who aren’t quite Mystery Inc. yet are trapped