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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Is Henry Cavill’s Return As Superman Still Possible?

ComicBook Debate Discusses Heroic Hollywood’s report that Henry Cavill is still in play to return as Superman. Does THIS Mean Henry Cavill Is Back As Superman? They also report that development on the Supergirl movie has been halted as the studio shifts priority to Superman. We discuss all the rumors here.

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Superman: The Ultimate Immigrant – Why Batman v Superman Remains Relevant 4 Years Later

For the four year anniversary of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Ultimate Immigrant Story: Zack Snyder’s Superman has been reimagined as a Video Essay. Spoken by original writer & Editor-in-Chief, Sheraz Farooqi, the essay speaks on how Zack Snyder’s Superman is the most socially relevant version of the character yet.

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Why Henry Cavill Hasn’t said #ReleaseTheSnyderCut

ComicBook Debate Discusses #ReleaseTheSnyderCut and Henry Cavill’s comments on the movie. We discuss why his status as Superman is a huge why he hasn’t been as supportive as the other cast members.

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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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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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The 10 Most Patriotic Comics Book Covers Ever

Today is the day we are reminded to “Never Forget.” It was September 11, 2001 — a day like most others. That is, until 8:45 a.m. It was a brisk Tuesday morning when an American Airlines Boeing 767 changed our life in this country forever. Tragically, that caused the building to come perilously down to…

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Review: Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1

Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1 Written by Matt Fraction Art by Steve Lieber, Nathan Fairbairn, and Clayton Cowles  Edited by Jessica Chen and Brian Cunningham Published by DC Comics Release Date: July 17, 2019 Jimmy Olsen is having a moment. Under the guide of Fraction and Lieber, Mr. Olsen is having a weird day that…

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The Farooqi Bros Podcast #29: J.J Abrams Superman

Featuring-Sheraz Farooqi, Zayyan Farooqi, Omer K. Farooqi, & Sameer H. Farooqi.  PODCAST-The Farooqi Bros discuss J.J. Abrams signing a 500 Million Dollar deal with Warner Brothers. We discuss his past Superman idea, Superman Flyby, talk about Henry Cavill Superman’s contract and if JJ can take over the DCEU iTunes YouTube

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The Importance of Family in the DCEU

“But somewhere out there you have another father too, who gave you another name. And he sent you here for a reason, Clark. And even if it takes you the rest of your life, you owe it to yourself to find out what that reason is” Jonathan Kent Over the years, comic books have provided…

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A True Masterpiece – Man and Superman #1 – Review

Man and Superman #1 Written by Marv WolfmanArt by Claudio CastelliniPublished by DC ComicsRelease Date: February 6th, 2019 Flashback a decade, DC was in early discussions to reboot their comic line with the New 52 and the comic industry was in the middle of a rebirth. In the shuffle, DC cancelled a story – Man and…

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The Mistake of Viewing Kindness as Weakness

Why is it that being kind is sometimes (more often than not) viewed as being weak? Every one of us has the potential within ourselves to lend a helping hand, provide words of motivation, and even go outside of our way to empathize with others when they are feeling down. Sometimes that can be viewed…

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