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Batmech 2: Robin is Jealous

“It’s not fair!” the Boy Wonder complains. “I’m the kid superhero, so why does Batman get all the toys?”

It’s true, Robin doesn’t often get specifically Robin-themed hardware. 461 more words

MOC

Dive Further Down the Rabbit Hole of Continuity with These Books

As accessible as comics are today, there are still plenty that are challenging to get into.

I’ve spent the past few months spotlighting different books to offer up some interesting series that, for the most part, readers can pick up – without ever having read a comic before – and enjoy. 1,292 more words

Marvel Comics

Batman & Robin (1997)

All of these Batman movies have so many famous actors in them. I thought that this is a good last installment of this Batman series. They introduced another two very good villains and good actors to play them. 56 more words

Nicolas Cage vs. The World - Level 4

The streets leading away from the coffee shop were abandoned as our hero moved forward, drifting aimlessly and allowing his feet to propel him towards his next conflict. 850 more words

Nicolas Cage

Valiant Comic's X-O MANOWAR #1 RELEASE DAY TOUR

Valiant is proud to announce the X-O MANOWAR #1 RELEASE DAY TOUR – a cross-country event bringing Valiant staffers into more than 25 comic shops nationwide to celebrate the release of 2017’s most spectacular new ongoing series! 979 more words

Comics

Red Hood is a Rotten Character

I Saw Under the Red Hood

The adaptation of Under the Red Hood is one of the greater DC animated endeavors for many reasons: first, Judd Winick the writer of the original story produced the script for the film; second, the film cut a lot of references and side plots that were unnecessary to the main story; third, Joker was not the ambassador for Iran, which is an actual element in the original… 1,283 more words

DC Comics

Great Scores to Bad Movies

This doesn’t happen all the time. Mostly a score to a bad movie is “okay” if not just as bad. There are times, thank goodness, when a score is better than the film it’s in. 348 more words