Friday, December 9, 2022


Why Judge Dredd Is A Great Comic Book Hero.

That ultimately gives writers wiggle room to reboot a timeline. Dredd has supernatural elements in some stories but the presence isn’t strong enough that a whole timeline can be reset so that Dredd doesn’t age.

Netflix and eOne Are Teaming Up A Power Rangers Cinematic Universe and I’m Excited.

Discuss it! What would you like to see this tag team do with Power Rangers? Keep it focused purely on the Rangers or expand it? More films than shows? A more mature approach? A nice mix for everyone? Let us know!

5 Times The City Failed Superheroes.

A while back, I discussed why I enjoyed the original “Civil War” story arc from 2006 and 2007. Two groups of heroes duked it out in a series of battles over the “Superhero Registration Act”.

5 Influential Comic Book Anthologies to Check Out.

October 23, 2021 by  
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In the 1950s and 1960s, there were an abundance of comic anthologies. You had EC Comics with Tales from the Crypt, Marvel’s Tales of Suspense, and DC Comics’ Detective Comics to name a few.

Judge Dredd – The Neon Knights.

October 16, 2021 by  
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“The Neon Knights” had the potential to be a landmark story in the Judge Dredd series.

Even If It Isn’t Intentional Batman Kills.

August 20, 2021 by  
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For most of his publication history, Batman has been portrayed as vigilante superhero and the “World’s Greatest Detective”.

Was Judge Rico A Major or Minor Judge Dredd Character?

This guy was the twin brother of Judge Joe Dredd and a direct clone of Chief Judge Fargo, the founder of the Judges and the first Chief Judge.

How the Avengers Went From B-Team to A-Team.

December 25, 2020 by  
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Once those films dropped, that all changed and now the benched players were delivering highly-rated films. Marvel was swimming in money. Meanwhile, two of the three A-tier players were mostly dropping the ball as far quality films but still generating hundreds of millions.

With that, The Avengers, Captain America, and Iron Man became A-tier players and that was reflected in the comics and other media.

5 Things To Love About X-Men Vol. 2.

December 17, 2020 by  
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It’s a fun read for fans of Marvel Comics’ mutant franchises or if you fancy yourself a bit of a historian and want to check out the writing and style from this period in comics.

Comic Book Revamps Are A Mixed Bag.

December 12, 2020 by  
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It’s kind of rare to find long-running series that have just rolled along with new publisher-wise comic book revamps. Image Comic’s superhero side kept soldiering on from the early 1990s and have made some retcons to story elements, powers, and individuals. It also has a lot of series that actually end, something that has become more commonplace in comics.

That doesn’t mean that we can expect Tony, Steve, Peter, Clark, and Ollie to all die, stay dead, and new heroes take up their mantles. That would smack too much of progress.

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