“You can add a few more entries to the long list of comic book movies due in the next few years…” Aww, look how tiny Spider-Man is in comparison with those two giants. Sigh. Iron Man has all the money, Captain America is a military superhuman experiment; but realistically, Spider-Man is an equal. He can’t… Continue reading Marvel is Adding ‘Spider-Man’ To Its Cinematic Universe
“5 Batman villains from the comics that should appear on Fox’s Batman prequel series Gotham…” Okay, before I start, I just wanna say: I love Scarecrow from the newer Batman movies, and he’s totally hot. I always want more of him. The consensus as to which villains viewers like you want to see, starting with: Killer… Continue reading 5 Batman Villains We Want to See on Gotham
Marvel is really knocking it out of the park here, but DC Comics can’t seem to get it together. Not only do girls read comics, girls also write about them, and I’m ready for a change too. DC Comics does seem to have a lot of male superheroes, –I mean, guys are everywhere, and it… Continue reading Little Girl Writes a Letter to DC Comics: “Girls Read Comics Too”
See also Batman . This is exactly what this meme needed: a caption about Superman and what we, the world think of him, versus, what his mom thinks, his friends think, and what he really does. Apparently, society thinks he spends all day making out with Wonder Woman while flying through the air. Not really… Continue reading What Superman REALLY Does
“We often don’t think about the past or future lives of pop culture characters…” That’s probably because Batman having to take a Robin and Batgirl toddler pair off to pre-school isn’t necessarily comic book canon, and I don’t think Luigi actually ends up with Princess Toadstool… I always thought it was Mario, and John Leguizamo… Continue reading ‘Super Families’ Series Includes Batman Taking His Tots to School
DC has released an infographic revealing the name of Superman’s new power. Superman’s new power was revealed in today’s release of Superman #38, –and it’s way too early for spoilers, so I won’t tell y’all how he gets it or what it does exactly, but I will tell you what it’s called: “Superflare!” Dun, dun,… Continue reading Superman Gets a New Power, and DC Comics Reveals the Name!
“From IDW Publishing, comes Imaginary Drugs, an anthology of sci-fi short stories compiled and edited by Michael McDermott.” Okay, so I know this is backwards, but Marvel and DC were not the people behind my introduction to comics. Do you know who was responsible for my great love of comics? Jhonen Vasquez, and Johnny the… Continue reading Get High on Michael McDermott’s ‘Imaginary Drugs’
Ms Marvel has been drafted in by culture jammers in San Francisco to protest against Islamophobic adverts – it’s the latest chapter in comic book diversity The ‘Freedom Defense Initiative’ –a group of complete douche nozzles, purchased 50 ads to be placed on city buses. Most public transportation bus lines have ad space that can… Continue reading Muslim Superhero Fights Bigotry on San Francisco’s Buses
“…the Dark Knight’s been around for more than 75 years, with hundreds—maybe even thousands—of people drawing the iconic superhero through the decades…” Which means that choosing only 27 of the best Batman artists, ever, like, of all time, –over 75 FRIGGIN’ years of Batman comics… I mean… that’s a shitload of people, and 27 is… Continue reading The Top 27 Batman Artists… Ever!
“…it is easy to see why comic books have the potential to help readers.” Comic books are great, but the question this article poses is: “Do comic books innovate and improve reading habits for children, –do they lead to more enriching material?” I like the idea, but unfortunately, I cannot side with the idea that… Continue reading ‘Comic Books in the Classroom’ Because It Works