DC Comics’ latest publishing initiative DC Rebirth has picked up full steam and the last few stragglers from the New 52 are fizzling out. So let’s have a look at both the stories that are being told and how the publisher approaches them.
Iron Man quits. Tony Stark has officially had it and he’s retiring as one oft he biggest heroes of the Marvel Universe. His replacement is a character nobody likes, neither in the real world nor in-universe. All the while there would be a great character waiting in limbo.
Every now and then, there’s a movie that’s just the right kind of stupid. It’s just stupid enough to be completely daft and yet manages to a surprising amount of fun. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is that movie. That said, it is abysmally stupid.
X-Men: Apocalypse. Where to begin? Seriously. Maybe with the sentence “Just when you thought they had it figured out”. So let’s get into one of the bigger messes I’ve seen this year and find out just where it went wrong… and what it did right.
After the events in Sokovia, The Avengers suddenly find themselves in the spotlight not as heroes but as vigilantes with no regard for life or property. Out of this, viewers get Captain America: Civil War. Which side are you on?
Today, I’m proud to be a Superman fan. Today, I’m proud to be a Batman fan. Today, I’m a fan of Wonder Woman for the first time. Today is the day I saw Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
I love Arrow. For the first time in maybe forever, Green Arrow aka Oliver Queen is relevant to a larger audience. But the CW’s hit show has its downsides. Not just in the context of the show, but in the context of the comic books that Ollie’s adventures are loosely…
Batman has been around since 1939, Superman has been around since 1938 and yet both of them haven’t aged, despite the world around them changing. The reason for this is called Floating Timeline.
Take out your notebooks and sharpen your pencils, boys and girls and variations thereupon, because I am about to teach you a thing about representation — what it means, and why it matters.
Ava Orlova, I am not done with you. As it turns out, the star of the abysmal fanfiction made into a novel, Forever Red has had a comic book appearance. Read on to find out if Ava’s second stint can make a better impression.
Cosplaying female superheroes has not always been an easy thing to do. Between boob windows, higher-than-high heels, and armour that will likely get you killed before you throw your first punch, it’s hard to look badass. But let me tell you how the current diversification of superheroes makes it a…
While the Uncannies are off watching the new Fantastic Four movie, you can read our review of it. And you know how the movie got a lot of bad reviews? Want to know what we, your most reliable source of reviews, think?
Comic Book fans know Jeff Smith as the author and artist of the classiccomic book Bone. However, he surpassed that work with RASL, which was concluded in fifteen issues. With it, he created a must read.
Happy Birthday, Switzerland! It’s been 724 years to the day when Willhelm Tell, after shooting the apple off his son’s head, killed Gessler and founded the Swiss Confederation. In David Boller’s comic Tell – Die Legende Lebt, Tell rises again to mete out justice!
The other night, Marvel’s latest movie opened. The first after Avengers: Age of Ultron and it deals with the publisher’s smallest hero: Ant-Man. Can this hero who is relatively obscure hold his water against the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?
DC Comics has been playing it safe lately. This time seems to be over. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman all have had radical changes. And there’s one book flying under the radar that is satire at its finest. That book is Prez.
Today, the first issue of the new ongoing comic bookseries starring Victor Stone alias Cyborg hits shelves. As far as first issues go, there’s much left to be desired.
This week, something amazing happened. John McCrea and Garth Ennis returned to their classic comic book Hitman and brought us All-Star Section 8. It’s hands down the best super hero comic ever.
This week, DC Comics‘ latest crossover event concluded with the release of Convergence #8 and the last of 40 tie-in series. We’ve read them all and here’s the order in which you should read them to avoid being spoiled by DC Comics.