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Justice League: Doom -Review- *No Spoilers*

Posted by C.F. Arnold III on Sunday, February 26, 2012 In : Movie / TV Reviews 
 


          The DC Animated Universe just keeps getting better and better. Not that JUSTICE LEAGUE: DOOM is the best DCAU film ever, *cough* BATMAN: UNDER THE RED HOOD *cough*, but it doesn’t get much better than this one.
The film is filled with an all-star cast including: the one true Batman; Kevin Conroy, Superman favorite; Tim Daly, geek-god; Nathan Fillion, and even Michael Rosenbaum as Flash. Sadly, this was Dwayne McDuffie’s final work before his passing, but an excellent work...


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2011 in review: Nothing New Under the Sun

Posted by TIM BURNSIDE on Friday, February 17, 2012 In : Movie / TV Reviews 

(This article was based on a true story.)

 

           Last year I went to see the movie Moneyball and very much enjoyed the movie; it’s a great underdog story with one of the most realistic outcomes I’ve seen, that probably comes from the fact that it was a real story,  kind of. After the movie was over and I was getting ready to leave I noticed the credits said “based on the book ‘Moneyball’” and I was shocked. This movie was already based on real life but the people who wrote...


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Action Comics #1 REVIEW - They Made Superman Cool!

Posted by C.F. Arnold III on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 In : ComIC reVieWs 

                They did it, they really did it… they made Superman cool. He didn’t even have to drape himself in black, replace his flesh with cybernetics and kill somebody. Some claim this “new” spin on Superman, brash and wise crackin’ is a return to the Golden Age of Comics (see here ). Street level hero is how Superman started after all, in the 1938 Action Comics #1.

                Beginning on the very first page he’s just an out-and-out cooler Supes than the previous lo...


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The Pros and Cons of Ruling the World – The Rise of Nerd-hood and its Consequences

Posted by TIM BURNSIDE on Monday, September 19, 2011 In : Comic Books Rule the World Around Us 
            Hi, if you’re reading this (and I think I can safely assume you are) you may be questioning the title saying something like “Nerds don’t rule the world at all, if anything we are a minority.” I have to disagree; minorities don’t have near the limelight we do, even if our limelight might be a little more sour than the rest. If we were a minority we would be made fun… ok maybe that’s not a good example. If we were a minority we would be seen as “weird”… ok maybe ...
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The Not So Secret Origin of the DC Universe

Posted by C.F. Arnold III on Thursday, September 8, 2011 In : Comic Books Rule the World Around Us 

Or should I say MULTI-verse?


The multiverse was, er...  is a quite brilliant concept. Initially it was an invention to explain away continuity errors. There were two different Flashes, two different Green Lanterns, multiple origins and explanations for Batman, Superman and everyone in between. The answer the Silver Age DC offices came up with was that all of these versions exist simultaneously in parallel dimensions..on infinite earths.

 Ultimately these explanations caused more convolu...


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