Celebrating The Life and Legacy of Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman had died of cancer at the age of 43. A devastating and shocking loss for the world, Chadwick inspired countless through his work and life. With roles like the Black Panther, Jackie Robinson and James Brown, Chadwick became larger than life and impacted the lives of many across the world. The Farooqi Brothers…

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Everything You Need to Know About Justice Con

Releasing the Snyder Cut of Justice League was an achievement by fans around the world. It is only fitting then, that the first event celebrating that achievement would also be held by the fans and for the fans. Justice Con 2020 is a two-day virtual convention organized by The Nerd Queens and ComicBook Debate’s own…

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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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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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Exclusive: An Interview with Zack Snyder

I had the opportunity to interview Zack Snyder about how women are portrayed in his filmography. Not only did I get extensive answers to my questions, I was also able to have a conversation with him about his upcoming projects, his influences, and his creativity throughout the years. The idea for this interview formed during…

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ComicBook Debate Children’s Hospital – Toy Charity Event

Last week, The Farooqi Bros led ComicBook Debate through our Hospital Toy Event. Working with NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, was an honor for us. As one of the nation’s premier children’s hospitals, we felt it was a great fit for our latest charity. We accomplished our goal of making sure each child got a…

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80 Years of Batman: The Top 5 Adaptations

Throughout Batman’s illustrious 80-year history we have seen him change, evolve, adapted, and expanded in brilliant ways. Each creator, writer, and artist putting their imprint on the long legacy of The Dark Knight and his entire world, telling their stories in unique and exciting ways. Though the Detective Comics and Batman runs are considered to…

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A Beautiful Lie & Diamond Absolutes – The State of the DCEU

“There Were Perfect Things..” – The Birth of the DCEU The earlier 2010s were a time of flourishing for Warner Bros.—Harry Potter was wrapping up its incredible franchise and Christopher Nolan was on the cusp of releasing the finale of the iconic Dark Knight trilogy. On Nolan’s push, Zack Snyder was hired to take the…

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Spider-Verse & Aquaman: A Celebration of the Biracial Superhero

Both Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse and Aquaman are special. In an era where comic book films are in abundance and multiple offerings are put to screen each year by a multitude of film studios, gems like these standout. There has been a trend over the last few years where superhero films can be and mean more

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Superman: The Movie – A Masterpiece 40 Years Later

In 1978, a film made audiences believe a man could fly. 40 years later, in 2018, Superman: The Movie continues to make audiences believe. 

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Transcending The Medium: The Greatest Superhero Adaptations

The comic book medium is one of the most versatile, fleshed out, and diverse outlets for art and entertainment. The superheroes and characters that have flown off the comic pages since 1938 have brought inspiration, joy, and thought-provoking discussion. Focusing on the adaptions that have come from the comics, there have been multiple films, TV…

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The Girl We Left Behind: David Fincher’s Incomplete Dragon Tattoo Trilogy

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo deserved better. David Fincher’s adaptation of the popular Swedish novel is his most underrated movie yet; although it was critically praised and did moderately well at the box office—oh yeah, and got Rooney Mara a Best Actress nomination—it still wasn’t enough to continue the trilogy. Disappointed is an understatement.…

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