Frank Miller’s Dark Knight Universe Presents : The Atom Cover Preview… Worthy? Or Exploitation?

Frank Miller SupermanFrank Miller’s Dark Knight Universe Presents : The Atom cover of which you can see part of above is drawn by Frank Miller, a legendary comic book artist and if you know of any of Mr Miller’s previous work you were probably expecting something… else… The cover is to the companion comic to upcoming Dark Knight III: The Master Race and is cooperation piece between Mr Miller, Brian Azzarello (who is co-writing) with Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson taking up the art duties. Continue reading

How To Turn The Superhero Movie Gold Rush Into Fool’s Gold

The Fantastic FourSuperheroes… Superheroes… Superheroes… There has been an explosion in Superhero movies this decade, from Marvel rolling out the really quite well done Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and with DC finding their footing with the awkward start to the DC Movie Universe (DCMU) with Man Of Steel. Continue reading

Are We Now Picking Sides Over Superhero Movies, Seriously?

DC v MarvelI am not sure how to start this Op-Ed, I am actually kind of sad that we are getting so fractured that we are now picking sides over what Superhero characters and publishers we like, and openly mocking fans of other books. Have things got this bad we can’t even enjoy comic book characters and discussions without an open act of war upon each other? Continue reading

Has Jurassic World Killed The Movies For The Next Decade?

Jurassic World LogoWith SDCC behind us, I ask you all this question. Did you see anything original come out of this media event? Anything? Now think carefully and see if you can recall anything that was not Superheroes, a Reboot, a Revival, a Retread or a Sequel? I will give you a minute to think about it and I will see you after the jump. Continue reading

It Is a Tiny Blue Marble And We All Live Here On This Spaceship Earth

This Blue Marble Called EarthThis is our blue marble, our Earth, this picture was taken by the DSCOVR satellite, a mission launched by NASA on February 2015 and is in orbit about one million miles above us. It will be measuring atmosphere changes and measuring space weather while transmitting more amazing blue marble pictures.  Continue reading