Interview with Kevin Conroy: Discussing Pattinson’s BATMAN & Role in Crisis

ComicBook Debate interviews Kevin Conroy on his impact on the character, what role Kevin Conroy is playing on Crisis on Infinite Earths and what he thinks about the Robert Pattinson Batman casting Advertisements

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Booster Gold: The Greatest Hero You’ve Never Heard Of

Booster Gold was one of the first new characters DC introduced after Crisis on Infinite Earths. Created by Dan Jurgens, his first debut was in February of 1986 in Booster Gold #1. He guards the integrity of the time stream, and playing the fool is part of his cover. He protects all of time and space from evil.

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Joker Premiere Vlog|Joker Spoiler Discussion

The Farooqi Bros attend the premiere of JOKER in New York and give their thoughts on the film.

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Fighting The Good Fight: How DC’s Cinematic Trinity Helped Me Out of The Darkness.

Everyone has a story, and everyone has a moment in their life that changes their entire world. This moment can be a great moment full of hope, and optimism. This moment could also be full of pain, and tragedy. For me, my life was changed by the latter, around five years ago.

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I Cannot Stop Thinking About Joker: Reflecting On How Society Failed Arthur Fleck

Spoilers ahead for Joker. I spent last Thursday and Friday night in a crowded theater. Surrounded by a considerable mix of singles, couples, and groups, I sat in silent excitement for one of my most anticipated movies of the year, Joker. I won’t beat around the bush; I loved this movie. It was better than…

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A Haunting Masterpiece – Joker Elevates Comic Book Films To New Heights

Headlined by Joaquin Phoenix’s spellbinding performance, Joker is uncomfortable, visceral and raw; setting a new standard of quality for all comic book-based films Directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaquin Phoenix as the Clown Prince of Crime, Joker is a hauntingly chilling tale grounded in the type of reality that makes your skin crawl. The film presents itself as…

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Top 5 Comics- September 2019

It’s another month and that means we have more comics to talk about. September has been a great month for comic releases and we’ll take a look at a few that really stood out this month. As usual, there might be some spoilers present in this article so please take that into account. So let’s…

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Joker – Do Films Inspire Violence?|Distracting From Gun Control|WB’s Statement

YouTube- iTunes ComicBook Debate discusses the media circus around Todd Phillips JOKER. Do Films inspire violence? Why Blaming Films and Games For Gun Violence does not make sense. Distracting From Gun Control | WB’s Statement on Joker. Todd Philipps Joker Interview. Joaquin Phoenix Joker interview

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Reboot vs Retcon: Is Matt Reeves’ Batman Film Outside The DCEU?

ComicBook Debate Discusses The Batman. Jonah Hill in Early Talks for Villain Role. Robert Pattinson is headlining the latest take on Batman. Jeffrey Wright will play Commissioner Gordon. Reboot vs Retcon. The Farooqi Bros discuss Matt Reeves’ THE BATMAN & speculate on the film’s place among the wider DC Films. For More from The Farooqi…

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Don’t Be Batman – An Analysis of Tom King’s Batman, Issues 21-24

Note: This article will contain spoilers for issues twenty-one through twenty-four of Tom King’s Batman Welcome to the third part in a series of articles in which I’m taking a deeper look at and breaking down Tom King’s run on Batman from start to finish. King’s work on Batman is a testament to long-form storytelling…

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The 10 Most Patriotic Comics Book Covers Ever

Today is the day we are reminded to “Never Forget.” It was September 11, 2001 — a day like most others. That is, until 8:45 a.m. It was a brisk Tuesday morning when an American Airlines Boeing 767 changed our life in this country forever. Tragically, that caused the building to come perilously down to…

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Teen Titans Go! Vs. Teen Titans – Movie Review

How many times have we heard the following phrase: “They ruined my childhood”? I’m willing to bet ‘too often’ considering Hollywood’s natural inclination to remake popular movies from the past. In the comic book world, things are certainly the same. This phrase was uttered by many in 2013 when Teen Titans Go! first premiered. This may…

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