The Cathartic Use of Music in JOKER

Pitched and filmed as a gritty character study of one of the most iconic villains in pop culture, Todd Phillips’ JOKER is a haunting, bold and visually stunning masterpiece. The story follows the struggles of Arthur Fleck – played by one the best actors working today, the enigmatic and versatile Joaquin Phoenix‒ an everyman who…

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Titans Season 2 : A Disappointing Finale

(DISCLAIMER: This article contains major spoilers for Titans, Season 2 finale.) The Titans faced multiple threats this season, and all faced the skeletons in their closets. I was optimistic when the season began. The show seemed as if it was improving. But, I’ll be honest, I’m not happy. The season two premiere was a mismatched…

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Why Superman Will Always Be Relevant

The Farooqi Bros discuss Why Warner Bros is wrong to assert that Superman is irrelevant to today’s audience. We also discuss the brilliance of Christopher Reeve’s Superman, why Zack Snyder brought Superman back to his immigrant roots and the history of Superman’s relevence to American pop-culture.

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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 Rebirth of Superman: Why The Snyder Cut Will Redeem The Man of Steel

The Snyder Cut of Justice League has been one of the most talked-about phenomenons on social media. From the moment that Justice League released to the public in November of 2017, fans have been asking for the original version of the film. Zack Snyder, the director of the film and the architect of the DC Extended Universe was in…

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It’s Time To #ReleaseTheSnyderCut

Over the last two years, ComicBook Debate and the Farooqi Brothers have interviewed Clay Enos, Larry Fong, Jay Oliva, and Fabian Wagner. With momentum at an all-time high, the Farooqi Bros tell you why it is finally time for WB to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut.

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DCeased – A Thrilling & Horrific Story

Written By: Tom Taylor Illustrated By: Trevor Hairsine (DISCLAIMER: This article will contain major spoilers for the entire DCeased Comic line.  Please, read the comics, before continuing if you don’t want to be spoiled.) Tom Taylor tells a thrilling, yet a horrific story about our favorite, and now corrupt heroes. DC Comics has always played…

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The Brilliance of Dark DC Films: Past, Present & Future

Joker is now a juggernaut worldwide. Praised for its dark, disturbing and twisted take on the character, the film has taken a $55 million budget and flipped it into Avengers: Infinity War level profit. DC is at its best when it embraces its dark side. DC’s track record for darker storytelling has been a defining point of their…

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Are Superhero Movies CINEMA? |The Farooqi Bros Discuss Scorsese & Coppola’s Comments

ComicBook Debate discuss Martin Scorsese’s comments that Marvel movies are not Cinema. Francis Ford Coppola calls the MCU Despicable. What are superhero movies in today’s society? We discuss their comments and we if Hollywood is better or worse because of these films.

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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

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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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