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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GEARS 5 – REVIEW: Pushing The Genre Forward

Moving forward Gears 5 will be remembered as the definitive Xbox One experience. If there was ever any reason to dive headfirst into the current gaming generation, this is it.

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IMMORTAL HULK and the History of Comic Horror

When at their very best, comics like The Immortal Hulk allow their readers to confront the characteristics of the world and the people around us. Whether examining moral integrity in the pages of DC Comics’ Superman or weighing the differences between consequence and responsibility in Marvel’s Spider-Man, the most memorable character moments always come when…

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DC Comics: Top 5 Deadliest Villains

5. Brainiac Vrill Drox, otherwise known as Brainiac takes the 5th place spot.  His first appearance was in 1958, in Action Comics #242.  He is one of Superman’s most intelligent foes.  Brainiac is a self-aware alien AI, who is driven to seek all the knowledge of the Universe.  He was created with the purpose of…

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D23 Expo Day One: Marvel and Star Wars on Disney+.

esterday the 2019 D23 Expo kicked off in Anaheim, California and after just one day of announcements fans of all things Disney are caught in an uproarious rejoic

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Fabian Wagner Interview: Snyder Cut & Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones and Justice League cinematographer, Fabian Wagner, joins ComicBook Debate to discuss his career, favorite moments to shoot from Game of Thrones and The Snyder Cut of Justice League.

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Why Spider-Man Should Stay in the MCU

The internet blew up in February of 2015 when it was announced that Sony, Disney and Marvel Studios had reached an agreement that would finally allow Spider-Man to be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was every Marvel fan’s dream to see Peter Parker interact the Avengers, and it had become a reality. Four years…

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Explaining Spider-Man’s Exit From Marvel: Disney & Sony Fallout

If a deal can’t be reached between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, Kevin Feige will not produce any future Spider-Man films. Deadline has reported that there were two additional Spider-Man films planned, starring Tom Holland, and with director, Jon Watts set to return.

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Static Shock – A Neglected Gem

For the generation that grew up in the 1990s and early 2000s, Static Shock was a household name. Yet, despite the success of the animated series, Static has not been given the chance to truly reach his potential a decade later.

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Birthed From a Crisis – Naomi Season 1 Review

When I first heard about the debut of Naomi, I was beyond hesitant. Even after hearing that the comic book Gods, David F. Walker and Brian Michael Bendis, were both writing the comic, I was still apprehensive. My apprehension came from the fact that this was DC’s first Black female superhero to get her own…

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