Comic Books

La Femme Critique: What to do With Wonder Woman

The most predominant stereotype surrounding the Geekdom of Nerdopolis is the male to female ratio. The notion that men represent our idea of what is or is not a geek gives little credence to the fact that women have steadily gained ground, if not dominated the category in recent years. Women are [...]

In Brightest Day, In Blackest Night…

For those of you unaware, the official trailer for the Green Lantern Movie was released today. Here’s your first look: (more…) #ksr-stars-94 li.ksr-1{background-color:#96c0ff}#ksr-stars-94 li.ksr-2{background-color:#96c0ff}#ksr-stars-94 li.ksr-3{background-color:#96c0ff}#ksr-stars-94 [...]

Captain America: Anachronistic or Contemporary Hero?

Originally Posted July 27th, 2010 With the announcement of the official cast of the Avengers movie via San Diego Comic-Con this last weekend, I thought it appropriate to talk about the character I’m most excited to see…other than Tony Stark. I know people are getting excited about the release of [...]

Welcome to Mercy Reef

Originally Posted June 20th, 2010 The comic book universe is full of amazing heroes and villains all engaged in do or die battles that challenge heroes both physically and mentally. But not all heroes seem to make the cut of admirable paragons of justice. In fact, some of them are downright [...]

Holy Trilogy Batman!

Originally Posted June 10th, 2010 Author’s Note: I’m trying to post all of my old blogs since we’ve changed systems. So, if you’ve already read this, feel free to move on. If not, this will all be new stuff! Enjoy! Around the office, we like to wax poetic about anything that will ultimately [...]
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