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Life After Death

Implicit in superhero mythology is the notion that life has value. The preservation of life and the struggle to improve its quality is essentially the base motivation behind the actions of all superheroes; perversion or complete opposition to this stance is likewise the basest definition of villainy. 1,015 more words


Profile on Limerick actor, Jamie Lee Connnery

Jamie Lee Connery

I was sitting in a desolate, dully lit Burger King at 2p.m waiting for Jamie to arrive. I was suddenly awakened from my daze with the loud thud of an entrance door as the man himself struts in. 687 more words

Ch:9 Enter Soulis the Chosen

Folor approached her with the same viscous speed at which he started his fight with Tret on. He was methodical with his assault on Soulis as he rained down jabs on her like she was nothing but a mere punching bag. 750 more words


Complete List of DC Comics' "Mature Readers" Comics

People generally remember Vertigo as being the groundswell of the early nineties that took DC to “mature readers” territory, but in reality it was simply responding to a trend that was already heavily happening at DC. 505 more words


#8. Deadman

The list continues with Deadman, the Ghost.

Origin: Boston Brand was a trapeze artist, going under the name Deadman. He was shot and killed during a performance by someone called the Hook. 207 more words

Comic Books

The Cosplay Runway 04/11/15

It is time once again for The Cosplay Runway. Each and every week I highlight five fantastic cosplay images, showcasing both men and women. For the uninitiated, cosplay is “a performance art in which participants called cosplayers wear costumes and fashion accessories to represent a specific character or idea.” All the cosplay featured here will be centralized on comics whether it be from DC, Marvel, or the Independents. 67 more words


Book Review - Sunday Comics

DC Creative Team
(originally 2009/newspaper periodical)

Okay. I was looking at graphic novels and I came across this one and decided to take a chance on it. 521 more words

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