DC continues to knock it out of the park with their titles and Son Of Batman is another one. Based on the story arc written by Grant Morrison, this film deals with Batman being introduced to his son, Damian. The son he had after an intimate encounter with Talia al Ghul, the daughter of one of his most dangerous foes, Ra’s al Ghul. The son that he never knew he had until now.
Those meddling kids and their dog are back at it once again in the new animated film, Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery. If you’re a fan of Pro-Wrestling, then you know what to expect with a title like this. The Mystery Inc. gang has met many famous people during their hijinks over the years. This time they meet the Pro-Wrestlers of the WWE. As it usually goes, this meeting of worlds turns into a mystery that must be solved.
A great comic series is as much a product of the breathtaking artwork as it a product of stellar writing. When the two blend together into a seamless story, the story carries much more weight than if only one factor carried the series. Fans of Lazarus know that the partnership between Greg Rucka and Michael Lark […]
When I heard that Jason Tagmire, designer of the retro-pixelly deckbuilding card game Pixel Lincoln, was doing a new Kickstarter for a fantasy-themed deck of Storyteller Cards with art by Campbell Whyte (the Australian artist behind 8-Bit Dreams, a series of 365 daily drawings inspired by old Nintendo games), the combination of factors seemed so perfect for […]
Lumberjanes is pretty much a perfect cocktail of everything you could love between the covers of a monthly comic book issue. Not only is the writing top notch from Noelle Stevenson and Grace Ellis, but Brooke Allen’s art is also sophisticated and sharp, with panel after panel of verbal cues that support the jokes and […]
After decades of turning away from The Ten Commandments and The Greatest Story Ever Told, Hollywood is having a good old fashioned revival in 2014, with numerous biblical and faith-oriented movies both in the theatre now and upcoming. The most successful this year so far is Noah, which definitely isn’t grounded in your great grandmother’s […]
I’m about three months behind on reading new comics. I’m collecting a lot of books I’m really excited about right now, with concepts that I’m intrigued by or by creators whose work I consistently enjoy. But none of that has changed the fact that I’m about three months behind on reading new comics. There’s only […]
Of late, it seems that DC Comics has been working on paring down their Bat-titles. Gone are Batman Incorporated and Batman: The Dark Knight, leaving only three solo Bat-books on stands. Much of that paring is likely in anticipation of the soon-to-launch Batman: Eternal weekly series, but the fact remains that there are now fewer […]