Aquaman and Wonder Woman set to face off I’m the upcoming Flash movie?

According to rumours circulating online, the upcoming Flash movie starring Ezra Miller, will feature a battle between Aquaman and Wonder Woman. Now if you’ve read Flashpoint or watched the DC animated movie The Flashpoint Paradox, this won’t be entirely surprising to you as it’s been stated the upcoming Flash movie will be based on theContinue reading “Aquaman and Wonder Woman set to face off I’m the upcoming Flash movie?”

My Birds of Prey review!

Director: Cathy Yan Rating: 4/5 Now I’ll be honest, I really wasn’t all that interested in seeing this movie. The Birds of Prey weren’t a comic book team I’d read much of at all and having Harley Quinn join the team just felt like any excuse to continue to over expose the popular character. ThatContinue reading “My Birds of Prey review!”

Batman #88 Review

Writer: James Tynion IV Artist: Guillem March Rating: 4.5/5 After seeing The Riddler and The Penguin enter the fold last issue, I was looking forward to see what part they were going to play in this new storyline and I wasn’t disappointed. If you haven’t read this issue yet then I’m gonna issue a SPOILERContinue reading “Batman #88 Review”

Is there such a thing as too much Joker?

Before I say anything else, I just want to say that The Joker is one of my absolute favourite comic book villains. He’s such a unique and iconic character that it seems like there’s no boundaries on where you can take the character. That being said, with The Three Jokers book coming soon, Joker WarContinue reading “Is there such a thing as too much Joker?”

Batman/Superman #6

Writer: Joshua WilliamsonArtist: David MarquezRating: 2.5/5 When he first debuted, I loved The Batman Who Laughs. He felt fresh and was a very interesting character. I was excited about the stories that could be told with him, but over 2 years later and the concept has grown stale. In my opinion, he’s been far tooContinue reading “Batman/Superman #6”

5 great comic books for new comic book readers to read.

One of the most intimidating things when it comes to being a new comic book reader is where on Earth to start. With over 80 years of fantastic stories to choose from, the decision on where is best to get started is quite a tough one. You don’t want to start one story if you’llContinue reading “5 great comic books for new comic book readers to read.”

5 DC stories I'd love to see adapted into animated movies!

Whilst Marvel has been light years ahead of DC when it comes to their live action cinematic outings over the last decade, there’s no denying that the former can’t hold a candle to the latter when it comes to animated movies. For over 2 decades now, DC have been converting many of their classic storyContinue reading “5 DC stories I'd love to see adapted into animated movies!”

6 upcoming comic book movies I'm most excited about!

After a decade in which comic book movies reached heights of popularity never seen before, Spider-Man Far From Home brought Marvel’s Infinity Saga and Phase 3 of the MCU to a close, but fear not as the comic book movie phenomenon shows no sign of slowing down any time soon with a large plethora ofContinue reading “6 upcoming comic book movies I'm most excited about!”

Crisis on Infinite Earths Review!

No matter how many story arcs we see adapted in live action movies and tv shows, there’s a select few that are considered unfilmable. There’s too much going on that bringing these stories to life in live action form seem almost impossible. For the longest time DC’s Crisis on Infinite Earths was top of thatContinue reading “Crisis on Infinite Earths Review!”

DC's 5G initiative… positive movement or unnecessary change?

So last year DC announced it’s upcoming 5G event. What will occur during a crisis level event, the plan is for all of DC’s main superheroes such as Superman, Batman, The Flash and Green Lantern to be aged up significantly and replaced with new, younger characters stepping into their roles. The changes are shaping upContinue reading “DC's 5G initiative… positive movement or unnecessary change?”