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Ben Affleck to Star as Batman in Warner Bros Superman/Batman Feature

In an announcement yesterday that has set the internet nerd community on fire, Warner Bros has named Ben Affleck as the star to pick up the cape and cowl. Affleck will appear opposite of Henry Cavill in the upcoming Superman Vs Batman (or Batman Vs Superman) which was just announced a month ago. This was […]

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Ends of the Earth Teaser Images Revealed

Marvel has finally released a pic of the Wallcrawler suiting up for his next big event “Ends of the Earth” penned by current Spidey wordsmith Dan Slott. The series kicks off in Amazing Spider-Man #682 as Doc Ock and the Sinister Six start their plans to take over the world. This was hinted at in […]

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Friday Night at the Movies // Priest

Priest was released last year, supposedly based on a South Korean comic by the same name. That’s all they have in common, apparently. I had wanted to see the movie because I had heard good things about the comic and had always meant to pick them up but never got around to it. So I […]

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Why Would DC Give Liefeld Three More Books?

In a stroke of madness, DC Comics is giving Rob Liefeld duties on 3 more books as his run of Hawk & Dove comes to a close with issue eight. He will be taking over pencilling and writing on Deathstroke, as well as plotting Grifter and Savage Hawkman. He talked with CBR about this change […]

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Critical Review: Justice League #4

Justice League issue 4 reviewed. Aquaman continues to prove his badass self, Cyborg is a crybaby.

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Scott Snyder Talks the Court of Owls

CBR’s The Bat Signal has an awesome interview with Scott Snyder about Batman and the history of the Court of Owls story arc that’s running through the current Batman title. Some choice bits. I don’t want to give away where the story is going. It is eleven issues, and we’re only three in! [Laughs] But […]

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Critical Review: Swamp Thing and Animal Man

This week’s comic book review is a two for one deal. I was going to do them separately but after issue 4 of each of them it’s impossible to do that. I never read Animal Man in the past, it was always on that “Yeah maybe I’ll get around to it” list, the same with […]

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Marvel to Release New Scarlet Spider Series in January

It seems that Marvel feels there’s still some life left in the Clone Saga’s old bones. After the events of Spider-Island and Kaine’s heroic actions, he appears to want to become a true hero. So is born the Scarlet Spider once again. CBR is reporting the book will launch on January 4th of 2012. Follow […]

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Critical Review: All-Star Western

Saddle up partner, it’s time for a new adventure. This week we take a look at DC’s New 52 All-Star Western, wrangle us up some killers with the likes of Jonah Hex himself, yee-haw! I promise no more of that, I just had to get it out of my system. Next to Aquaman, which I’ve […]

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Critical Review: Marvel’s New Incredible Hulk

The Hulk given a permanent body, living underground with the Moloids, becoming their champion and hunter. While Bruce no longer lives in fear of transforming into the Hulk, he feels alone and empty. I would like to see an Incredible Hulk book that just focused on him roaming around underground fighting giant beasts and threats to the Moloids.