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 …

M.O.D.O.K. / HELLIONS / X OF SWORDS / JUSTICE LEAGUE [Reviews]: Endless Winter.

I think it’s safe to say that M.O.D.O.K. wasn’t dominating the favorite marvel character charts over the years, but that is about to change! M.O.D.O.K. stands for M.ental O.rganism D.esigned O.nly for K.illing, and is a creation of Advanced Idea Mechanics, an organization that M.O.D.O.K. himself takes control of, thanks to his superior intellect. Sure, …

I SUPPORT BLACK SUPERHEROES [Belser-Verse, Part 16]: Soul Power!

"Justice, like lightning, should ever appear to some men hope, to other men fear." Today's article is going make you feel the thunder and bring a shock to your system! I'm running out of lighting puns here so I'll get into DC's first African-American superhero with his own series: Black Lightning! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PMkK-noEP8&ab_channel=HER%C3%93ISeANIMES First Appearance and …

ATLANTIS ATTACKS / BATMAN [Comics Reviews]: Black And Blue.

After wondering where disgruntled Namor went after Avengers, I happened to come up on Atlantis Attacks. I mean, where else can I find him? The Avengers were too busy dealing with Khonshu and now Mephisto, and that has gotten rather tiring. Marvel can’t just be X, Thor, and Hulk books. The Agents of Atlas, former …

RORSCHACH / AN UNKINDNESS OF RAVENS [Reviews]: Fistful of Mystery.

It’s been almost a year since Damon Lindelof’s HBO mini-series WATCHMEN and the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank DC Comics mini-series DOOMSDAY CLOCK, both sequels to the Alan Moore’/Dave Gibbons seminal masterpiece WATCHMEN, took their final bows. But the former just won a gang of Emmys, and DC Comics is only too happy to push out more …

AMERICAN VAMPIRE 1976 / BATMAN #100 / THE DOOMED AND THE DAMNED [Reviews]: Two Bats Are Better Than One.

Just in time for Halloween, DC Comics released the newest chapter in the American Vampire series. Writer Scott Snyder and artist Rafael Albuquerque return to the series and bring the same energy from the Vertigo line into the Black Label family. DC Black Label made the right choice finding a home for American Vampire 1976, …