Wednesday 07th October 2015,
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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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Supersunday: Superman in September

Man of Steel fans rejoice!  The month has been good for our favorite (and first) DC Comics superhero.  Lots of great releases featuring Superman and his worlds of both Krypton and Metropolis.  Here are my reviews: DC Comics Bombshells #2 [...]

September 27, 2015 Features

Baturday: Arrow on DVD and some bat books

Welcome back to Baturday, folks!  Hope you’ve finished up watching Gotham: Season 1, because Arrow: Season 3 (and The Flash: Season 1, if you’re interested in that type of thing) came out on DVD this week and there’s plenty of [...]

September 26, 2015 Features

Baturday: A light week for Batman fans

Every now and then the comic book gods and goddesses (through the distributor, the publisher, and the local shop owner) work their magic and give a relatively light week.  Our bank accounts and our wallets thank them for these weeks.  [...]

September 19, 2015 Features

DC Comics changes in December

DC Comics has just announced that several of their comics will be making drastic changes in December (and some actually a month earlier in November).  All in the spirit of making a little bit more room for some of the [...]

September 14, 2015 News

Baturday: Gotham on DVD and tons of Bat books

Happy Baturday, folks!  First things first: Go get yourself a copy of Gotham: Season 1 and binge watch the entire thing.  We seriously can’t be friends until you’ve done that.  Then come back here and check out my reviews for [...]

September 12, 2015 Features

Baturday: Lots of Bat books

Welcome back, Batman fans!  It’s a brand new installment of the (back to regular schedule) everything Dark Knight column, Baturday.  We had a few surprises in this week’s releases, and are still patiently waiting on some more news as to [...]

September 5, 2015 Features
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Wes Craven’s Ten Best Films

Yesterday, we lost a legend.  But even though we’ve lost Wes Craven, we’ll always have his stories and his films.  Here are a few of my favorites, even though it is hard to limit them.  Full disclosure: Craven was, is, [...]

August 31, 2015 Movies and TV

Wes Craven dies at 76

Legendary director Wes Craven has died.  Variety reports that the filmmaker, famous for such works as A Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream, Red Eye, and dozens of other beloved films, was fighting brain cancer.  He was 76. A man known [...]

August 30, 2015 News
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Supersunday: A New Weekly Superman Column!

Batman’s great, but let’s face it, he’s got a rival in the cool department.  The Man of Steel is definitely a favorite of many men, women, and children throughout the world, and it’s time he gets his due.  That being [...]

August 30, 2015 Features

Baturday: August 2015 according to Batman

August was a big month for me, in terms of Batman and real life.  It’s back to school season, so I’ve been busier than usual.  That being said, Baturday did not go away.  Nor did it go on hiatus.  It [...]

August 29, 2015 Features
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Independent Comic Spotlight: Back to School Special

Welcome back to Independent Comic Spotlight!  It’s that time of year, kiddos, and whether you’re a student, a teacher, an adjunct professor, or Matthew McConaughey’s character from Dazed and Confused, you’ve been looking forward to (or dreading) this time of [...]

August 22, 2015 Features

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