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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We Will Always Need Superman Films

“Somewhere in our darkest night, we made up the story of a man who will never let us down.” -Grant Morrison In the aftermath of The Hollywood Reporter’s report of Henry Cavill’s potential departure from his role as Superman, I’ve seen many sites taking bets on who will replace him as the Man of Steel. Some…

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Man! I Feel Like a (Super) Woman

The comic book genre has proven to be a successful medium of entertainment as the stories have crossed into an increasing number of movies and television shows throughout the last decade. With its dominating prevalence in popular culture, the genre has welcomed an exciting amount of new fans. As a result, the call to implement…

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Top 10 Most Anticipated Superhero Movies of 2018

By Contributing Writer, Manh T. Entering this decade, we have witnessed a rapid increase in the amount of superhero movies released per year. 2018 continues this trend as Hollywood has shown no signs of slowing down, with a whopping 11 superhero movies announced so far! With Black Panther releasing next week, here are my top…

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Cyborg Isn’t Here For Your Comic Relief

What does Cyborg mean to you? I ask this question because in the weeks leading up to the release of Justice League, I noticed an alarming amount of people who either dismissed or rejected the DCEU’s interpretation of the character. If you grew up during the era of Toonami, you almost certainly remember watching Teen…

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An Open Letter to Warner Bros.

Foreword by Editor In Chief- Sheraz Farooqi At ComicBook Debate, we want to respect and amplify the opinions of the fans, but also directors.  Justice League, regardless of how fans feel about it, was manufactured to be different than the film Zack Snyder originally intended. I can confirm that Justice League had indeed been tampered,…

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Lex Luthor & His Philosophy on Women

Written by Fiona Zheng The way Lex treats women in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice always stuck out to me. In my opinion, Lex carries a sick philosophy about the female characters throughout this film. This carries across the women he hates and those that hold a special place in his twisted worldview. Lex…

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The Ultimate Immigrant Story: Zack Snyder’s Superman

The Social, Political and Cultural Significance of Snyder’s Superman

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