Finding Hope Through Heroes – A Personal Essay

“Who am I? Are you sure you want to know? The story of my life is not for the faint of heart. If somebody told you I was just an ordinary guy, somebody lied.” (Spider-Man, 2002) I should apologize for that intro as it was corny, but then again, this will be a corny article.…

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Doom Patrol Season 2 Review: Still The Best DC Show

Season one of Doom Patrol was one of the best TV shows DC has delivered.  Season two made its grand debut June 25th on HBO Max.  With that being said, they released not just one episode but the first three episodes in one shot.  This was a brilliant idea if you ask me.  By doing…

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Michael Keaton Back as BATMAN for THE FLASH

After 30 years after playing Batman, Michael Keaton is currently in talks with WB to reprise his role as Bruce Wayne/BATMAN for THE FLASH movie. Keaton would star alongside Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen and will feature a loose adaption of the FLASHPOINT story. ComicBook Debate’s The Farooqi Brothers discuss The Flash, and how Jim Lee…

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WB Announces DC FANDOME. The Snyder Cut, The Batman, WW84 & The Suicide Squad Will Appear

ComicBook Debate’s The Farooqi Brothers discuss WB’s announcement of DC FANDOME. A virtual event that will shed light and details on the most anticipated DC projects across film, TV, games, and comics. Official Press Release For DC FANDOM On Saturday, August 22, starting at 10 a.m. PDT, Warner Bros. will welcome fans everywhere into the…

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The Journey to Zack Snyder’s Justice League

On May 20th, 2020, Zack Snyder announced that the Snyder Cut will be coming to HBO MAX in 2021. Zack Snyder’s Justice League will come to fruition but the journey to it is a story in itself. The Farooqi Brothers and ComicBook Debate present The Journey to Zack Snyder’s JUSTICE LEAGUE. A 2 Hour documentary-style…

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Superman Smashes The Klan – A Conversation with Author Gene Luen Yang

Joining The Farooqi Brothers Podcast on ComicBook Debate is Author Gene Luen Yang. Yang wrote Superman Smashes The Klan for DC Comics and joins us to talk about the story.  We talk with Gene about the book, how his career has evolved, and what the character of Superman stands for. We also Yang’s thoughts on his…

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The Need For Proper Muslim Representation in Hollywood – A Discussion with Saad Tasleem

Joining the podcast today is Saad Tasleem, an Islamic Scholar, educator, and public speaker. Tasleem works with the Western Muslim youth on balancing faith and culture. The portrayal of Muslims on screen in Hollywood has been less-than-stellar. Muslims are commonly portrayed as the villains of the story, often relegated to being terrorists. Today in 2020,…

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Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy Are a Force to be Reckoned in ‘Harley Quinn’ Series

If you haven’t checked out DC Universe’s adult animated Harley Quinn series, you’re definitely missing out. With season one finished and season two now upon us, the new series has proven itself to be another hit for the streaming service, with mainly positive reviews from critics and viewers alike.  With the basis of season one…

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DCeased: Unkillables #2- The Return of Wonder Woman

Written By: Tom Taylor Illustrated By: Karl Mostert, Trevor Scott (Warning: Major Spoilers for DCeased: Unkillables #2) With only one more issue left of this mini-series, Taylor gets the ball moving in this issue. And, as always Tom Taylor is not afraid to kill not just one, but a few characters in one issue. Taylor…

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Heroes With Irish Heritage

Superheroes come from all around the world, and galaxy. As the world celebrates Saint Patrick’s Day, let’s take a look at superheroes that have Irish heritage. Captain America Although Captain America is one of the most patriotic American superheroes out there, Steve Rogers is Irish. Steve grew up in New York during the 1930s, and…

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The Coronavirus Cripples Film and Sports World

The Farooqi Bros discuss the coronavirus. We discuss ways to prevent the virus and COVID-19’s effects on the entertainment and sports world. The NBA Season has been suspended after Rudy Gobert got the coronavirus. We react to the news. E3 has been canceled. The event was going to host the WB Games Presentation. A Batman…

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Roman Sionis in Birds of Prey: Creating The Perfect Villain

Drenched in neon technicolour and carried by a fantastic cast, Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey (released in February 2020) delivers stylish high-energy action and empowering messages through a simple story. It’s a refreshing film and a rarity in the comic book movie world: a film with a predominantly female ensemble cast and more than one…

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Watchmen #4 and The Structure of Time

It’s rather intimidating to write analytically about Watchmen. The comic series/graphic novel is one of the greatest of all-time and is perhaps the most influential book in the medium. There have been countless essays, papers, videos, and more written and published about it. So instead of talking about Watchmen as a whole and dissecting what…

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FIRST LOOK At The Batmobile for Matt Reeves’ THE BATMAN

ComicBook Debate Reacts to the latest photos of Matt Reeves’ The Batman, including the first look at the Batmobile. The Batman stars Robert Pattinson as The Dark Knight. He is joined by Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Paul Dano as the Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, and Colin Farrell as the…

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Zack Snyder Teases New JL Snyder Cut Scenes with Superman, Batman, Martian Manhunter & Lois Lane

Zack Snyder teases plans for new Justice League pickup scenes when announcing his award for the JL fan poster contest. “something cool with Batman, Superman, [Lois], or Martian Manhunter.” “Please extend to the bearer of this slate the right to pass all security protocols and the permission to operate this motion picture scene and sync…

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