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#TBT: The Mark of Zorro

On this date in 1920, Douglas Fairbanks’ The Mark of Zorro hit the theaters.

Zorro, masked champion of the people, who appears out of nowhere with flashing sword and an athletic sense of humor, scars the faces of evildoers with his trademark “Z”. 146 more words

#TBT Throwback Thursday

BATMAN v SUPERMAN: Set Photo/Video Hints At The Waynes Death Scene

In the comics, Dr. Thomas Wayne and his wife Martha take their son Bruce to go see The Mark of Zorro.  After the film, the Wayne family exits the theater and are confronted by a mugger, who murders Bruce’s parents right in front of him. 57 more words

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Django/Zorro #1 Review

The working relationship between DC Comics and Dynamite Entertainment has been fantastic this year. Not only that, but the relationship has also been beneficial for fans. 1,086 more words

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Review - Django/Zorro #1 (Dynamite)

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Writer(s): Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner
Artist: Esteve Polls
Release Date: 12th November 2014 401 more words

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Django/Zorro #1


Written by Quentin Tarantino and Matt Wagner
Drawn by Esteve Polls
Published by Dynamite Comics

Let me preface this review by stating that I was not a fan of the movie Django Unchained. 523 more words

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Comic Review - Django / Zorro #1

Publisher: Dynamite

Writer: Matt Wagner, Quentin Tarantino

Artist: Esteve Polls

Release Date: 12/11/14

Acting as a sequel of sorts to the movie, Django Unchained, this crossover from Dynamite and Vertigo brings Tarantino’s Django into the world of Zorro, as penned by current scribe, and pulp character specialist, Matt Wagner. 338 more words

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11/09/2014: Django/Zorro #1 (Dynamite/Vertigo)

I’ve long been a fan of the Zorro character, especially as written by Matt Wagner, and I loved the movie Django Unchained by Quentin Tarantino.  Team these two characters up with Tarantine & Wagner at the helm of the story?  174 more words

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