So 2019 ended and we are here in 2020. 2019 was maybe one the biggest year for comics in general. And 2020 started with a blast too. The first day of the year started withContinue Reading
Top 10 DC Comics of 2019
Firstly, 2019 is coming to a close and this is our list for the best DC Comics of 2019. This year was an amazing year for comics overall. DC had some truly amazing books. Secondly,Continue Reading
A Catwoman Review
I have been reading more into DC comics and found myself drawn to the DC Ink graphic novels. First, I read Raven and was blown away by the fascinating story and art. Now, Under TheContinue Reading
Who Is The Batman’s Worst Enemy?
(Written by @Faiz304) Go on take a guess, you’re probably thinking The Joker? Perhaps Bane? Or maybe Two Face? Well allow me to bewilder you. The biggest threat to the Dark Knight is aContinue Reading
Are The Fantastic Four Doomed?
Marvel’s famous foursome have served up a string of underwhelming big-screen outings. Why? Fans of the comics chatter passionately about the awesome foursome. On the face of it, they have everything: great back story intelligentContinue Reading
The Cat Goes Straight: A Junky Theory
Written by Orutakawa Teng’a’ The Premise This happens in an AU where Selina goes through with the marriage to Bruce. After the Bat & the Cat tie the knot they’d go on a resplendentContinue Reading
Get Creative: Stop Gender-Swapping and Race-Changing!
Marvel has over 8,000 characters in their library. DC has over 10,000 characters in their library. The time has finally come. The majour comic book companies have run out of ideas. They no longer knowContinue Reading
A Return Call for Space Ghost
Space Ghost Who is Space Ghost? Hannah Barbara’s 1966 Space character stands out in my mind as a favorite hero that I remember from childhood. He also is a hero that I would loveContinue Reading
Superhero or Supervillain?
I first came across Ian Buckingham’s work when I was employed by a digital agency. He did some work with the leadership team on culture change and seemed to be way ahead of his timeContinue Reading
Frank Miller’s Dark Knight Trilogy Retrospective
The 1970s- The comic book industry was changing. After decades of kid-friendly fun comics were seen, at best as just a child’s distraction. At worst: the degradation of a generation. Sales were dropping. Marvel andContinue Reading