The Suicide Squad Returns and There Will Be Hell to Pay

Amanda Waller is sending the Suicide Squad on another mission.

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Disappointments

Pandering. Pedantic. Just a couple of dressy words to help you understand the faux intellectual travesty that is most of the dialogue and story of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

Wonder Woman and the Culture of the Female Superhero

When you think of the typical comic book reader, you probably imagine young white males. Many of comic books’ greatest creative minds have demographically been white men, as well. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Frank Miller and Alan Moore are all… Continue Reading →

I Don’t Have a Hulk

Keeper of the Tesseract and burdened with glorious purpose, I am Joe Wiewiora, of Orlando, FL. Writer, reader, artist, cinephile — I hope to share my love of comics and comic book movies with my fellow aficionados.

Disney Set for 2017 Box Office Domination

There is no media company, or entertainment company in general, quite as big as The Walt Disney Company. The company, which owns ABC, ESPN and a number of other networks, studios and theme parks, made a net income of $9.39… Continue Reading →

Everything the Critics Hate About IDR Is a Reason I Like It (So There!)

There’s no nice way to say this. The critics have been dicks about Independence Day: Resurgence. Continuing their proud tradition of ignoring the reality and climate in which we process certain movies, and seeking some Shakespearean/Aaron Sorkin/Spielberg perfection in all things, they… Continue Reading →

Batman: Bad Blood Lacks a Good Premise

Batman has had quite a catalog in animation. Batman: The Animated Series gained high acclaim back in the ’90s. It accumulated eighty-five episodes, solidified Kevin Conroy’s career, while rejuvenating Mark Hamill’s and IGN named it the second greatest cartoon series… Continue Reading →

Defining Deadpool: A Sarcastic Superhero’s Portrayal

Per Matt A lot of people are already throwing around the words “game changer” in reference to the upcoming FOX movie that breaks the fourth wall, but I wholeheartedly disagree. After attending a media screening for Deadpool last week, I… Continue Reading →

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has seen limitless bounds. Captain America became the first hero to convert from comic book pages to the big screen back in 1944, and since Blade came along in 1998, a superhero trend has escalated in… Continue Reading →

Mad Max: Fury Road

“If you can’t fix what’s broken… you’ll go insane.” That line of dialogue from Mad Max: Fury Road might as well summarize Writer-Director George Miller’s frame of mind. While it’s been 36 years since he originally released Mad Max (and… Continue Reading →

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