Top Ten Comic Book Films of All Time

ComicBook Debate has grown a lot over the past 3 years. What started in 2015 as an idea among four brothers transformed into a worldwide team of 38 writers, artists and editors. The one thing that binds us all together is our love for superheroes, comic books and comic book films. Featuring talent from all over the world that…

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Man of Steel: Through the Eyes of a Father

For me, becoming a father was never about a “choice,” a “yes or no,” a “will they or won’t they,” or even a “maybe someday.” Instead, it was always a “yes, absolutely,” a “some day soon,” and an “I can’t wait to have kids” scenario. Always. So, as a lover of all things Superman through…

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Claire M. – Art and Photography Portofolio

In time they will join you in the sun (“Man of Steel” tribute) – June 14, 2018 T. Rex (portrait) – June 5, 2018  Break time ! – June 5, 2018 Chilling (From “Iron Man 2”) – May 19, 2018    Amidst chaos – March 4, 2018 You’re a monster Zod, and I’m gonna stop…

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Legion Season 2 Review: An Unfortunate Delusion

WHERE WE LEFT OFF Season 2 of Legion began attempting to answer the question: Where was David Haller, and why? (Fans will remember Haller being abducted by a tiny orb at the end of the first season.) David’s return challenges the trust of everyone, including Sydney Barrett, the love of his life. However there are…

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Jurassic Park – 25 Years Later

“The world has just changed so radically, and we are all just running to catch up. I don’t want to jump to any conclusions now, but look… Dinosaurs and man, two species separated by 65 million years of evolution, have just been suddenly thrown back into the mix together. How can we possibly have the…

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One Year Later, Wonder Woman Remains a Masterpiece

The year is 2008. The Dark Knight, the second flick in Christopher Nolan’s expertly crafted Dark Knight Trilogy, has just premiered in theaters, to resounding positive response from fans and critics alike. The picture is a stunning piece of filmmaking, not only from a technological standpoint but from the perspective of the acting, directing and…

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Upgrade – Review

Not man. Not machine. More. Upgrade is many things—a brutal action film set against stylish neon cinematography and a catchy synth-inspired soundtrack, a dark comedy that finds humor in the most unexpected situations, but at the core, a story of grieving man still struggling to come to terms with loss. Leigh Whannell’s second film diverts…

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Enjoyed Deadpool 2? Check Out Gail Simone’s Domino Book!

Deadpool 2 blazed into theaters on May 15th, 2018 and shattered the domestic box office on its opening weekend with an estimated $125 million. It took the film less than 2 weeks to pass the $500 million mark worldwide, which is an extremely impressive feat when you factor in that it’s an R-Rated film. Deadpool…

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Amazon & Tolkien – Where and back again?

If you do not live in a hole under the ground, you are probably aware that there have been some recent rumblings and resurrections in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-Earth, this time on the televised medium. Rights have been purchased from the Tolkien Estate, with intentions of producing a multi-season series focusing on events preceding those that…

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Solo: A Star Wars Story – Review

Despite the behind the scenes drama, Ron Howard was able to make Solo: A Star Wars Story one of the most enjoyable Star Wars films to date. Solo: A Star Wars Story is not needed, and it wasn’t asked for, but that didn’t stop it from being an enjoyable ride of a film. With the behind…

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