Back in the days of the spinner racks at drug stores you would find a sampling of titles from Marvel, DC, and more. This was before comic book stores (or at least my knowledge of them) and there was a certain joy of trying out different comic books. One of the titles that really spurned my interest was What If?
Darth Vader Volume 2 #1 2017
This isn’t the volume one Darth Vader who was cold and calculating. This Vader is pure rage.
I simply had to comment on Adam West’s passing at age 88 after a battle with leukemia. Like a lot of us, we grew up watching Adam as Batman or Batman ’66 as they now refer to it. The show ran for three seasons: 1966 t0 1968. I grew up watching the reruns after school in the 1970’s. Continue reading
This is the finale Nightwing fans have been waiting for, this is it! Artist Javier Fernandez and colorist Chris Sotomayor are at their peak! Writer Tim Seeley and team have created an amazing arc in Nightwing Must Die!
I’m a kid again!
Right off the bat I have to come clean. 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy is my favorite Marvel movie. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is now tied with the original. I was like a little kid again, so happy. Continue reading
The H.L Mecken quote on the inside cover of The Old Guard #3 applies to this comic, “Love is like war: easy to begin but very hard to stop.” Leandro Fernandez and Greg Rucka weave an addictive story that is easy to get into, but you don’t want it to end.
In Nightwing #19, Nightwing is back! We’re in great hands with artists Javier Fernandez and Minkyu Jung’s solid sequentials, Chris Sotomayor’s versatile palette, and writer Tim Seeley’s pitch perfect script.
Check out my review of the first chunk of the Nightwing Must Die! Story arc over at The Charlotte Geeks!
Superman sequel, Batman revision, Wonder Woman kickoff and Justice League commercial
I guess there are spoilers in this review unless you’ve seen any of the marketing Warner Brothers spent $150 million showing most of the scenes from the film.