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A small week of releases this week, with some quality releases. But, seeing as everyone had their attention on DC’s “New 52″ with the release of the final issue of Flashpoint and first of the relaunch in Justice League, I … Continue reading
As fan made trailers go, this one looks incredibly cheesy, but wait for it, it’s worth it.
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In a case of the “mainstream media” getting “major” comic book news first (see:Death of Captain America, etc), the LA Times has an interview with DC’s Dan Didio where the topic of the upcoming Batman and Superman stories are going … Continue reading
A humorous look at what would happen if Superman made a guest appearance in Batman’s latest movie.
Another medium sized week of releases for me, and again, just as last week, the quality was strong across the board. So while books like Amazing Spider-Man, Trinity, and Godland were all awesome, my two picks of the week just … Continue reading
A huge week of releases this week, with enough quality to make my selection process a bit on the difficult side. With books ranging from the craziness/high-concept of Morrison’s 3-D Final Crisis: Superman Beyond to the release (again) of all … Continue reading
This weeks Project Silence Podcast includes a review of the recent film, Tropic Thunder, television shows that don’t make it to DVD rescued by Netflix, discussion of just how little Warner Bros. knows about the the most recognizable characters in … Continue reading
The Podcast is back and embracing all it’s nerdy roots with more discussion of The Dark Knight, which leads directly into an impromptu review of Superman Returns. Also on this episode we discuss the Watchmen and Harry Potter and the … Continue reading