Monthly Archives: September 2014
Decoding DC – Part 17
Extremites, what’s it like to read these articles?
I know sometimes the topics that interest me are pretty abstract. In effort to find an interesting angle on an issue I can go off into the wild blue yonder for inspiration. Today, I reach far into that yonder and ask “does El Diablo exist within the pages of Azarello’s Arc?”
However, I wonder, if in the world of the issue, he exists. Read the rest of this entry
Despite the massive recent popularity of shared cinematic universes, being a comic book fan is still quite frustrating when it comes to adaptations on film. You have to wait for years before the most anticipated films come out, and sometimes they’re absolutely dreadful (who asked for the Batnipples anyway?). Even when you get the films that you want, there are very few of them. We only saw Christopher Nolan’s Batman for three films, which seems like the standard quota of standalone films unless you turn around and reboot the franchise immediately (*cough* Sony *cough*). Television, on the other hand, holds a lot of promise. Read the rest of this entry