I don’t really want to review Joker; it’s been out for over a week already, and many people much more talented than I have said everything there is to say about this film. Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, is something of a character study set in 1980’s Gotham City, where a man named Arthur Fleck, a […]Read More Joker review
While I can’t speak to the financial success of the ongoing Teeange Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series from IDW Publishing, all I can tell you is that it has been a hit with the fans. I don’t need sales figures for that statement to ring true with you either (although, breaking Diamond’s Top 100 […]Read More IDW’s TMNT: where the hell do we start?
Inspired by the runaway success of the Batman/TMNT crossover comics from IDW Publishing and DC Comics, DC Collectibles is headed to the 2019 San Diego Comic Con with an exclusive Michelangelo action figure. This awesome looking piece from DC Collectibles will (for now) be a SDCC exclusive limited to just ten thousand pieces. More information […]Read More TMNT/Batman figures from DC Collectibles coming soon?
You know, I don’t really buy statues, but if I had the room to properly display a decent art piece (and a few thousand to just throw away) I would diffinitely consider picking up the new one sixth scale diorama Batman- Sanity statue from XM Studios. Featuring a concept created by comic book artist David […]Read More massive Batman statue up for pre-order
The secret identity is a common superhero trope that has endured since the thirties and possibly even longer when you consider the breadth of fiction. While it is a common storyline to have a superhero’s secret identity compromised in some way, it’s never really been something that has any real lasting effects on the hero […]Read More DC’s Identity Crisis (the comic book)
Spoilers…I think: If you’re at all interested in the intellectual minutia of Tom King’s Mister Miracle, than I highly suggest you look up a video by youtuber Matt Draper. He is obviously much smarter than I and goes into the hardcore psychological aspects of this book in a way that far surpasses anything that I […]Read More we need to talk about Mister Miracle
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tournament Fighters was released between 1993 and 1994. The Konami-developed title was given three releases over three different consoles, resulting in in three very unique experiences with three different stories across the NES, SNES and Sega Genesis consoles’ respectively. Look to the future, a Tournament Fighters reboot could benefit from the […]Read More Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters and a hypothetical roster
Back on December 24th, Christmas flippin’ Eve, it was reported by the LA Times that Mattel Inc. had lost the rights to produce action figures for Warner Bros. and DC Comics. That is a huge loss for Mattel as there is a massive desire for DC action figures that can compare and compete with Hasbro’s […]Read More McFarlane Toys to produce DC action figures in 2020
A couple of months ago I wrote an article about the fabled match-up between Batman and the Predator. I wrote about how that three issue story arc was the best Batman story ever written, and while I still stand by that statement, I will admit that I am partially wrong. It was brought to my […]Read More Batman: Hush…what works?