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 #28: 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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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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The Definitive Superman: A DCAU Retrospective

In the end, the world didn’t really need a Superman… just a brave one Superman The DC Animated Universe is one of the greatest achievements from DC and WB. The DCAU encompasses 7 animated shows, 4 feature films and the most complete collection of definitive interpretation. The DCAU’s legacy stands on its own. The critically…

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The Legacy of Superman: 80 Years of The Man of Steel

“Doomed Planet. Desperate Scientists. Last Hope. Kindly Couple. Superman” – All Star Superman Superman, created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, has had a profound impact on popular culture since his debut on April 18th, 1938, 80 years ago today. His rise in popularity over the decades has evolved into a legacy that is truly remarkable,…

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The Importance of Superheroes in a Broken Society

Comic books have always been one of the most important mediums in American history. Comics are platform for progressiveness. The impact of these heroes over the last 80+ years can not simply be measured through their individual sales. Comic books have gone through an amazing and powerful journey rivaling that of the characters within them.…

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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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