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Superman: American Alien by Max Landis

Superman: American Alien by Max Landis

Superman has had a bad rap lately – no one has managed to really nail the character. Depicted as a characterless void in the recent movies, and side-lined by DC’s over-reliance on stable-mate Batman, the most complex character in DC’s roster has fallen by the wayside. Enter Max Landis. With his eye for the absurdly […]

Posted October 9, 2016 by Kate in comics, DC, graphic novels, review / 0 Comments
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Saturday Scribblings: D.C. Comics Edition

Saturday Scribblings: D.C. Comics Edition

Welcome to the first in an occasional series of comic reviews. This week, it’s three DC titles that crossover quite nicely: Batman Vol 8: Superheavy, We Are Robin Vol 1, and Gotham Academy Vol 2. Needless to say, as it’s DC, they vary in quality! After the cataclysmic events of Batman Vol 7: Endgame, Gotham […]

Posted March 12, 2016 by Kate in comics, DC, review / 0 Comments
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Django/Zorro: The Official Sequel To Django Unchained by Tar..

Django/Zorro: The Official Sequel To Django Unchained by Tarantino, Wagner, & Polls

For many years, he was the ‘Enfant Terrible’ of modern cinema – provocative, opinionated, and risk-taking. His cinematic feasts still divide the audience and critics, with his last outing ‘Django Unchained’ causing the biggest split in opinion since his début ‘Reservoir Dogs’ back in 1992. But there’s one thing that director Quentin Tarantino has never […]

Posted January 4, 2016 by Kate in graphic novels, review / 0 Comments
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