The Heroines Behind 2020’s Comic Book Films

The start of the new decade brings many new, and exciting projects. And the comicbook movie genre is not slowing down at all. Many characters will be getting their film debut, and female directors are bringing them to life. Cathy Yan, Birds of Prey. Coming to big screens on February 7th 2020, is the first…

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Top Ten Comic Book Films of the Decade

The 2010-2019 decade is now coming to a close. For fans of superheroes and comic books, it was a fantastic decade filled with incredible moments on film, television and the pages themselves. The ComicBook Debate team has once again come together to provide a list of their favorites. But unlike last time, where a team…

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Why Is The Internet Obsessed With Bruce Wayne’s Money?

If you browse comic book twitter for long enough you’ll begin to see that many people have a lot to say about Bruce Wayne, and his methods. Many are critical on the way he spends his enormous wealth, and the way he handles his rouges gallery. But many do not go beyond the surface of…

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Orion: The Son of Two Worlds

Before “The Kryptonian” stood in Darkseid’s path, there was another powerhouse. In the galactic battle between supremacy and freedom, Orion stands between them. If the ancient Greek God of War “Ares” represented primeval battles of “god vs evil”, then the New God of War represents everything war now: complex. Arguably the champion of the epic…

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The Fall of the House of Usher: A look at Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak

In the crowded world of cinematic horror and supernatural stories, Crimson Peak is a beautiful, rare tale that falls into the category of gothic romance. When asked about his influences for this particular project, Guillermo del Toro answered that he tapped into literary works rather than old horror films “I read E.T.A. Hoffman, Henry James,…

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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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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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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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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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