Wednesday 25th November 2015,
Comic Booked

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Independent Comic Spotlight: Book Book 2.0

Welcome back to another “Book Book” edition of Independent Comic Spotlight.  So more books have come my way in recent months.  And by books, yes, I mean book books.  Here is my run-down of some great novels and other books, [...]

November 23, 2015 Features
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Independent Comic Spotlight: Fall Edition

It’s here.  Independent Comic Spotlight.  Welcome back, fans of the indy comic book and graphic novel scene!  Some folks have been sending me their work and it’s about that time to give them a quick shout-out.  Here are some great [...]

November 22, 2015 Features

Baturday: Was Batman: Europa worth the wait?

Happy Baturday, everyone!  Batman has underwear outside of his pants again.  And Jim Lee is doing the finishes for another artist.  What world is this that we’re living in?  Batman: Europa hit the stands (about a decade late) this week [...]

November 21, 2015 Features
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DC Comics announces some new creative teams

DC Entertainment has just released some awesome news regarding some upcoming creative teams.  Here is there press release, for your reading pleasure: Starting in February 2016, the ongoing creative teams for NEW SUICIDE SQUAD, AQUAMAN, and TEEN TITANS will feature [...]

November 16, 2015 News

Baturday: Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo are perfect

Batman is Jim Gordon.  Sorry.  Spoiler for those of you who don’t read anything on the internet or weekly or monthly or, well, live in a cave that isn’t full of bats.  Happy Baturday, friends, and let’s just get this [...]

November 14, 2015 Features

Baturday: Midnighter is the best book you’re not buying

Happy Baturday, folks!  And in regards to this week’s subtitle…  Seriously.  Steve Orlando is on the rise and why shouldn’t he be?  He’s unique in that he’s both humorous and poignant in his storytelling approach.  Don’t believe me?  Buy Midnighter [...]

November 7, 2015 Features

Baturday: Two shows fall a bit and comics rise

Happy (Halloween and) Baturday, everyone!  Batman’s great, so hopefully you see lots of kiddos and adults dressed up as our favorite Caped Crusader.  Before we get to the reviews, I have to get something off my chest.  It’s about the [...]

October 31, 2015 Features
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Supersunday: Superman in October

Welcome back, Superman fans!  It’s a brand new edition of everyone’s favorite monthly Man of Tomorrow-related column: Supersunday!  What came out this month?  Well, a lot of things.  But more importantly, which ones were worth your time (and your hard-earned [...]

October 25, 2015 Features

Baturday: ‘Twas the weekend before Halloween…

Happy Baturday, friends!  We had another sizable week in the Batman universe and what better way to celebrate it than to offer up some reviews and insight into our favorite fictional hero and his plethora of adventures, allies, and adversaries.  [...]

October 24, 2015 Features

Baturday: Huge week for Batman fans

Bob Kane’s getting a Hollywood star.  There are a bat-load of DKIII variants coming our way for issue number one.  Two great shows (without Batman) are slowly giving us a possibility of getting two even greater shows (possibly with Batman). [...]

October 17, 2015 Features

Baturday: Two shows and lots of great comics

Welcome back, Batman fans!  It’s your favorite weekly Bat-themed Comic Booked column: Baturday!  There were quite a few goodies (and some people might argue not-so-goodies) out there this week in the world of Gotham City, so it’s my job to [...]

October 10, 2015 Features

Baturday: Gotham heats up and annuals arrive

First and foremost, Batman fans, let’s talk about that ending to this week’s episode of Gotham.  I’m not entirely sure how I feel about the death of you-know-who, what that means for the future of Gotham actually being canon, and [...]

October 3, 2015 Features
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Movie Review: Black Mass

Scott Cooper continues to take Hollywood by surprise with yet another complex and thrilling film that is will keep audiences on the edges of their seats from beginning to end.  Known for the Jeff Bridges comeback film Crazy Heart and [...]

October 1, 2015 Movies and TV
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Movie Review: The Visit

The Sixth Sense.  Lady in the Water.  Signs.  Unbreakable.  The Village.  These are just a few of the legendary filmmaker M. Night Shayamalan’s contemporary classics.  But he has had a recent decline in both popularity as well as box office [...]

September 29, 2015 Movies and TV
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Interview with Steve Orlando

I had the opportunity to chat with Midnighter writer, Steve Orlando.  He had a lot of great things to say about the character, his process, and was even generous enough to answer some of my other questions.  If you’re not [...]

September 28, 2015 Features

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