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Tulip O'Hare Quote

“A woman needs to know how to be strong, stand on her own… a’course, boy or a girl, if you’re lucky enough to fall in love you hafta be even stronger… fight like a lion to keep it alive… so that on the day your love is weak enough… or selfish enough… or friggin’ stupid enough to run away, you have the strength to track him down and eat ‘im alive” – Tulip O’Hare


X-Men Apocalypse: Review

DansterG is back and putting his cinema card to good use! This time he takes a look at the X-Men’s latest cinematic outing and whether or not it holds up to par following their previous successful instalment! 1,166 more words

Setting out is hard to do but staying out ain't easy either

Hi all,

So the fourth page of the comic went up yesterday, and the feedback has been great! Thank you everyone for visiting the site and supporting my ongoing attempt to tell this story. 208 more words


Preacher Premiere: One Hell of a Ride


With a literally explosive opening sequence AMC premiered the new series Preacher on Sunday night. The series is based on the controversial 90’s comic book created by writer Garth Ennis and artwork by Steve Dillon and Glen Fabry (cover art). 1,265 more words


Update on Shazam Movie

Yes, it seems this movie is still happening. With the dark demeanor of the DCEU, many a fan has thought this movie just couldn’t happen. But with Geoff Johns saying that he will bring “hope and optimism” to the cinematic universe he now champions, this update from Hiram Garcia, producer of this upcoming adaptation, seems very timely.  780 more words

DC Comic Books

DC Comics was founded in 1934 in the United States of America. Since it has released upon thousands of comic books of their heroes and villains from Batman, Superman, The Flash to Harley Quinn, Suicide Squad and The Joker. 72 more words



Category dedicated to items from DC Comics. Here you will find links to the DC Comic Books such as the new Rebirth series, Injustice (based on the game of the same name) and some of the biggest titles in DCs history. 74 more words