I reviewed Frank Miller’s 25 year-old take on the origin of Batman in preparation for the animated movie. I’d never read it before, and well, just watch the video to see what I thought of it.
Archive for the ‘Comics Reviews’ Category
This was totally planned after Batman Week was an idea, notice the shirt.
I reviewed issues 1,2,& 3 of Batwoman by JH Williams III & W. Haden Blackman. Check that out below.
A special edition of 52 Pick-Up that’s also part of Batman week. I actually recorded this before I even planned on doing a Batman Week.
This review covers issues #1 – 3 of the rebooted Batman & Robin series.
The second episode of the show dedicated entirely to the DC reboot! Whoooo!
Hey, Jamie here. I reviewed the trade for Metal, a book in the Northlanders comic series written by Brian Wood. Northlanders heavily features vikings, and vikings usually rule.
Watch it to see whether or not you should be checking “Metal” out.
I reviewed Batman: Imposters for the show a few days ago. Here is that video! Watch it below.
Hey, the very first episode of the show dedicated to the DC reboot!
In this episode I talk about the first (and only) issue from 8/31
- Justice League #1
I’ll be back later today, so sit tight!
Watch the video below.
Skullkickers is the story of two fantasy-age mercenaries that in this story arc go by the dwarf and the big guy. Their only interests seem to be money and being anywhere the action is.
In this first story arc the dwarf and the big guy witness the assassination of an important official and in the process of finding his killer/retrieving his body stumble upon something even more pressing.
Where do I begin on this one? It’s tough. Well, I guess I should start off by saying that Batman and time travel are two of the coolest things ever. No, not just two of my favorite things ever, two of the coolest things ever.
In The Return of Bruce Wayne, Batman starts off in cave man times and needs to make his way back to the present. The only catch is that by the time he does he will have collected enough omega energy to destroy the universe. This was all the devious plan of Darkseid in the beginning. Are you confused yet?
Nemesis is the latest Mark Millar book to come out in trade form. Mark Millar, the comic book writer who will pitch a story to a movie studio before the first issue is out.
This is a confusing story, a very confusing story(not really at first, but the ending will leave you scratching your head). Nemesis is a villain who goes from city to city killing that city’s most famous policeman. After dispatching yet another chief of police, Nemesis sets his crosshairs on Blake Morrow, D.C. Chief of Police. From there the story gets twisty turny, and I don’t think I can say anything else without spoiling anything. (the “Nay” section could be a bit spoiler-y)