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Qui-Gon Jinn, Jedi Master? Batman Begins (2005)

I thought Liam Neeson would be reprising his Jedi role in ‘Episode III’, released a few weeks later in the summer blockbuster schedule, but suddenly I see him playing the Jedi Master the way he should have been in ‘Episode I’. 200 more words

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Batman Day: Jim Lee

Jim Lee is one of the biggest artists in comics, and his role goes well beyond the drafting table: He’s the co-publisher of DC Comics, along with Dan DiDio. 794 more words


Review - Daredevil: The Man Without Fear by Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.

In my youth, Daredevil never ranked highly on my list of super-heroes. I started reading comics in the mid-nineties, and was only ever exposed to the character in team-ups with Spider-Man; and that was plenty. 412 more words


Batman - Year Two (Review/Retrospective)

23rd July is Batman Day, celebrating the character’s 75th anniversary. To celebrate, this July we’re taking a look at some new and classic Batman (and Batman related) stories. 2,341 more words


Eastern Ideas Through a Comic Book

Eastern thought and Western literature have been melded before, the Buddhist ideas of suffering, reality and the self appearing in western fiction, nonfiction and even comics. 424 more words


Review - Batman Vol. 4: Zero Year-Secret City by Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo

Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli’s BATMAN: YEAR ONE was a seminal work in the Caped Crusader’s history, which still resonates today, and remains one of my favourite Batman stories. 523 more words


Where Telltale should tell a tale next.

For any one who recently finished Telltales rather brilliant Wolf Among Us Series, you’ll no doubt be chomping at the bit to get your next bit of Telltale goodness. 884 more words

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