The Importance of Simon Baz & Jessica Cruz

I am a British, Muslim Arab girl, and I’ve loved superheroes and all things Sci-Fi and geeky for a long time. With superheroes, it was mostly the animated TV shows and the movies. I loved how all of these characters sacrificed everything to make the world a better place. Batman was always my favorite. How…

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Marvel & DC: Two Pantheons, One Passion

Superheroes are a monster driving force in today’s society, in both a business and social perspective. In a world where there’s never a shortage of entertainment involving everyone’s favorite heroes, it’s hard to not agree that there’s never been a better time to be an enthusiast of all things comic books. I spend a considerable…

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Man of Steel – Superman’s Greatest Cinematic Journey

What if a child dreamed of becoming something other than what society had intended for him or her? What if a child aspired to something greater? You were the embodiment of that belief, Kal. As much as I appreciate and love Man of Steel as a Superman fan, when I try to summarize it within…

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Aquaman: Recommended Reading List

After many years of hoping and waiting for a solo movie, Aquaman, the King of the Seven Seas, will finally get his chance to shine. The film, featuring Jason Momoa as Aquaman/Arthur Curry and Amber Heard as Mera, arrives in theaters this December and now is a great time for audiences to freshen up on…

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The Dark Knight’s Legacy & The Brilliance of Ledger’s Joker

The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan’s superhero magnum opus. Critically acclaimed and widely renowned as one of the greatest films of this generation; the legacy of this film is everlasting. July 18th marked the 10-year anniversary since its premiere and so for the first time ever, this film was rereleased in a 70mm IMAX format for a…

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Green Arrow-An Underrated Hero

Oliver Queen, the “Emerald Archer” protects Star City with an arsenal of tricked out arrows and wits. He fights corrupt politicians, various archer-themed villains, and an assortment of heinous figures. First appearing in More Fun Comics in 1941, creator Mort Weisinger took inspiration from the 1925 movie serial The Green Archer and provided the wealthy,…

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Movie Pitch – The Question

For the second Movie Pitch article, we have here Sindar with his idea for a Question movie, so, I’m your host, Ari, and let’s pitch. Ari: So, to start off, let’s hear your director and who’s playing Question. Sindar: I had the idea to have the movie be directed by Dan Gilroy and star Chiwetel…

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