Review: Superman: Unchained Deluxe Edition

Superman Unchained Deluxe Edition Collection: Superman Unchained #1-9; Superman Unchained: Director’s Cut #1 © 2013-2014 Publisher: DC Entertainment © 2014 Cover Art: Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Alex Sinclair Writer: Scott Snyder Artists: Jim Lee, Dustin Nguyen and Scott Williams Colors: Alex Sinclair and John Kalisz Letters: Sal Cipriano The art of Superman Unchained by … Continue reading Review: Superman: Unchained Deluxe Edition

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The Philosophy of Comics: Mythology

The Philosophy of Comics Presents... Comic Books vs. Ancient Mythology By: Michael Nunneley I love mythology. I have since I was old enough to read good. The first books I read, besides Dr. Suess, were tales of old Greek and Norse mythology. I really liked the tales of Thor and Loki, particularly Thrymskvitha, where Thor, … Continue reading The Philosophy of Comics: Mythology

Character Profiles: Midnighter

Name: Midnighter    Real Name: Lucas Trent Created By: Warren Ellis (writer) and Bryan Hitch (artist). First Appearance: Stormwatch (vol. 2) #4; February 1998 (Wildstorm) Affiliations: The Authority, Stormwatch, Spyral In an interview for Comic Values Annual (1999), edited by Alex G. Malloy, Warren Ellis described Midnighter as "The Shadow by way of John Woo". Midnighter … Continue reading Character Profiles: Midnighter

MOVIE REVIEWS: Man of Steel

Man of Steel WB Studios & DC Entertainment A Zack Snyder film Henry Cavill: Clark Keent/Superman Amy Adams: Lois Lane Michael Shannon: General Zod Kevin Costner: Jonathan Kent Diane Lane: Martha Kent Man of Steel took a brand new look at the Superman. Imagine being able to hear, see and smell everything around you for miles. Imagine … Continue reading MOVIE REVIEWS: Man of Steel

Review: Suicide Squad vol 1: Kicked In the Teeth

Publisher: DC Comics (c) 2012 Collection: Suicide Squad issues #1-7 (c) 2011-2012 Cover Art: Ryan Benjamin Writer: Adam Glass Artists: Federico Dallocchio & Clayton Henry The artwork for Suicide Squad vol 1: Kicked In the Teeth is spot on. Even through the multiple artists the quality remains consistent. Frederico Dallocchio and Clayton Henry really knock it … Continue reading Review: Suicide Squad vol 1: Kicked In the Teeth