NYCC ’13 [Day 2/3.2]: Batman Begins.. AGAIN.

Batman's origin has been told several times, with the most notable interpretations being Frank Miller's Year One (1987), Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins (2005), and the animated DVD adaptation of Miller's masterpiece, Year One (2011). Well, it's time to do it all over again. Not that we'd ever mind. Batman's beginnings are back in time for …

BEWARE THE BATMAN [Review]: Na-na-na.. na-na-nah.. Blandman!?

This weekend, the Cartoon Network finally unleashed its long-awaited Saturday morning Batman fix to the masses. So, Beware the Batman, for there is enough to discuss, a lot to dread, and some to smile about with this latest in Caped Crusader cartoon. What I'm most proud of with "Beware" is the supporting cast, and its choice …

ARROW [P/review]: CW’s edgy Superhero soap aims higher!

The CW network seems to love their superhero origin stories. At the beginning it was ”Smallville”. The former WB almost had their “Aquaman” (in fact, the pilot was filmed and is floating around out there, and I don’t mean that Jim Cameron thingy on "Entourage"). We were teased with "Grayson", about none other than the …

GREEN LANTERN #20 [Review]: All good things must come to an end…

Green Lantern is the title that got me back into superhero comics. Around 6 months before the release of the Watchmen film, I was curious as to exactly what this certain cape-and-cowl phenomenon was. There was an Entertainment Weekly cover. Action figures. T-shirts. Lots of word of mouth. Like anyone this green, I hopped over to Borders …