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Review: Justice League #29

Written By: Geoff Johns

 Pencils By: Doug Mahnke

 Color By: Rod Reis

 Published By: DC Comics


Review by Justin Chapman


If you’ve been reading Justice League… 412 more words


Batman 75th Anniversary Action Figure 4-Pack Coming In October 2014

Today DC Comics announced a Batman 75th Anniversary Action Figure 4-Pack coming in October 2014. The set will include various incarnations of The Dark Knight such as Hush Batman by Jim Lee, Batman Arkham Origins, New Frontier Batman by Darwyn Cooke and First Appearance Batman by Bob Kane. 35 more words

Comic Books

I Still Believe in Heroes

Walk into my room and you would never guess it’s the bedroom of a seventeen-year-old girl. The Complete Fantastic Four, The Spider Man Anthology and X-Men: Volumes 1-10 replace novels in shelves and everything from Captain Marvel to Spiderman is seen on my walls as posters. 358 more words

COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Supergirl #30 by Hamid Hojabr

To begin this review I am going on the record to say I have never once read a single issue of Supergirl! When I got asked to do this I wasn’t looking forward to doing so; however, that was my reaction to being handed this comic. 437 more words

Metal Geeks

"If you don't have anything nice to say, and you're a girl ..."

The absolute best part of Brett Booth’s recent tantrum was his invoking of the Bambi Rule. According to Booth, if you write an article criticizing a piece of commercial art on artistic, moral, and commercial grounds, you have to say some nice things too. 121 more words

Twenty-first Century

Random Sketch: Five (Supergirl)

Here’s a sketch from last week. Western comic style is something that I have always sketched when I was younger, then anime happened, and I found it more dynamic, so I somehow shifted my style, and I guess, so did many people (or so it seemed). 127 more words


NASA Discover Possible Habitable Planet... Krypton?

NASA announced an amazing discovery yesterday, with the news that it has finally discovered another planet “Kepler-186f” within “The Goldilocks Zone” – not too hot, not too cold, just about right – A truly amazing thing about this discovery at least for those who have a basic knowledge of Superman’s home planet of Krypton as similarly Kepler-186f orbits a red Sun . 241 more words

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