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Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Strip 1944-1945 (DC / IDW)

Rating: 5/5 – Nearly Perfect With Amazing Art!
by ComicSpectrum reviewer David Akers.

Back in the mid-1940s, shortly after her first appearance in comic books, Wonder Woman was given a newspaper strip. 343 more words


3D or not to 3D that is the question...

Ok, I’m a massive DC comics fan, I have been since 14 – back when Superman was dead and Batman had back problems. And you’ll see lots of posts about the latest from DC – hopefully not to many announcing new reboots! 202 more words


The Flash #35 - Comics Review

Time travel plot threads bring Barry Allen into battle against himself from the future.The Flash #35 offers:

  • Excellent portrayal of Super Speed, and strong use of lettering, colour, and light in the artwork.
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Constantine S01E01: Non Est Asylum Review/Recap

Director(s): Neil Marshall
David S. Goyer, Daniel Cerone
Cast: Matt Ryan, Harold Perrineau, Charles Halford, Angélica Celaya

Be Warned; Major Spoilers!

Plot: John Constantine finds himself coming out of ‘retirement’ as an “Exorcist, Demonologist, and Master of the Dark Arts” after realizing that Liv Aberdeen, the daughter of an old friend, is being hunted by a demon. 534 more words


Buzz Brown

Buzz Brown is an odd, and extremely brief, series about the son of an Alaskan fur trader and his Inuit wife.  Before the story begins, Buzz has stowed away on a ship to China, been discovered and tossed overboard, so we first meet him splashing around in the sea, about to drown, in More Fun 30 (April 1938). 195 more words

¡Santas hamburguesas, Batman!

¿Sabían que el hombre murciélago tiene su propia hamburguesa?

Así como lo lees, en Hong Kong la empresa McDonald’s ofrece la hamburguesa de Batman en un combo con papas fritas y té, todo con  temática del super héroe. 49 more words