ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE [Review]: Final Crisis?

I won't go into the background. We know the origin tale of Zack Snyder's original vision of Justice League, and his terrible family tragedy, and the continued tragedy of the studio interference that led to the theatrical release, directed by Joss Whedon (although the theatrical cut still lists Snyder as director, so...). We know the …

I SUPPORT BLACK SUPERHEROES [Belser-Verse, Part 15.1]: Boo-Yah!!

Part Man! Part Machine! All Hero! No, I'm not talking about Robocop (but it's damn close). Today's article is about a young wonder of science who has forged his own path to become one of the most prominent black superheroes out there right now: CYBORG! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-GHz-ehvUA&ab_channel=Hip-HopComics Creation and First Appearance Origin Victor Stone is the …

JUSTICE LEAGUE [Review]: Now Go Home and Get Your F***ing Mother Box.

So.. hey. Hello again. If you're expecting to read another one of my scathing reviews of DC/WB superhero film reviews, then steer elsewhere-- Justice League is a fine, enjoyable enough romp that sees great teamwork, witty banter and its fair share of "OMG!" moments. It's far.. far from perfect, and righteously so; these peeps have …

TRINITY / BRITANNIA / RAVEN / CYBORG [Reviews]: Rebirth of Justice.

How does DC's all important Trinity fare in their Rebirth debut? In a word: #GLORIOUS! The first gathering of the holy trinity of the DCU -- Batman, Wonder Woman, and the new (old) Superman! The dynamics have changed since Rebirth. We have a Wonder Woman who has to accept that the man she loved is …

SUPERGIRL / SKYBOURNE / GODZILLA / GLITTERBOMB / ALTERS / CYBORG REBIRTH [Reviews]: Fight The Power.

Steve Orlando (Batman & Robin Eternal, Midnighter) and Brian Ching (Star Wars, Witchblade) team up to invite fans of the CBS Supergirl TV show into the world of comics with Supergirl #1. Together, they depict an exceptionally intelligent Kara Danvers who is adjusting to a stressful life as an American Kryptonian teenager while also juggling …

CYBORG / STAR-LORD & KITTY PRYDE / FALL OF BLOODSHOT / CAPTAIN BRITAIN & MIGHTY DEFENDERS [Reviews]: Guardians of Knowhere.

I’ve gotta start with a standing slow clap of appreciation for the artwork of Ivan Reis (Aquaman) and Joe Prado (Convergence) in this comic. Every cell on every page kept me engaged and entertained, regardless of the dialog. There is one element I enjoyed and respected more than any other in this debut comic: I …