Tim Seeley interview

  Hey everyone today I have a special treat for you guys, an interview with a top DC comics writer Tim Seeley hope you enjoy. What made you want to be a comic book writer and artist? I never really considered doing anything else. This was the only job I wanted. If you could write […]

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TOY REVIEW: Lego Batman Classic TV Series – Batcave

Who doesn’t love the old Batman TV show? No one, that’s who! Now I could bemoan the end of the excellent Batman ’66 comic. I could laud the recent animated “Return of the Caped Crusaders.” Instead let’s talk Lego, because I recently put together the huge Batman Classic TV Series – Batcave along with my wife. […]

Review: The Case for Batman v. Superman (UE)

First, a disclaimer: If you have seen neither the theatrical nor the ultimate edition of this movie and do not want a few plot points revealed, then please watch the movie before reading this. While I keep my discussion of the story and certain major developments limited to my earlier review of the theatrical version, much […]

10 things you didn’t know about Superman and Batman

With all the hype surrounding the release of Zack Snyder’s Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice I wanted to drop a few little known facts for you all about two of your favorite DC comic book characters. First up is the Man of Steel: 1. Did you know that Superman was co-created by a young […]

Review: Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

I went into Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice with an almost foolish amount of enthusiasm. Although decades of old fanboy cynicism had done much to mitigate my expectations in a general sense, I couldn’t help but be overcome by a real feeling of hope. This was Batman v. Superman after all – the big […]

Review: Suicide Squad – Official Trailer (1)

Last night, as part of the CW’s “DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League” event, the first official Suicide Squad trailer debuted. The video, which you can watch above, gives us a better look at quite a few of the upcoming movie’s protagonists. Notably, Will Smith’s Deadshot and Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn take up the […]

Movie Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters

Justice League: Gods and Monsters Director: Sam Liu Writers: Bruce Timm and Alan Barnett Run Time: 72 Minutes Release Date: July 28th, 2015 Studio: Warner Brothers Home Video Penned and produced by fan-favorite Bruce Timm, Justice League: Gods and Monsters is a re-imagining of the beloved (and sometimes maligned) superhero super team as a darker, […]

8 Best Things About Tate’s Comics

  8. I have NEVER been to Tate’s and not found what I was looking for. Seriously if it exists they’ve got it.   7. Employees at comic book stores are not always the easiest or nicest of folks to deal with. Lucky for you the staff at Tate’s are courteous and surprisingly patient no matter […]

Comic Book Review: Batman #40

Batman #40: Endgame Part 6 Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, FCO Placencia DC Comics May 5th, 2015   I did not love it. Perhaps my disappointment is the result of too much speculation. In the months that I spent eating up the brilliantly written Endgame arc, my mind swirled with limitless possibilities. Scott Snyder […]

TV Review: “Daredevil”

The Netflix Series, Daredevil, is exactly what Marvel needs to counter successful DC television shows like Arrow, The Flash, and Gotham. I’m not about taking sides in the war between DC vs. Marvel, rollerblades over skateboards, Nintendo against Sega, but I do like an alternative once in a great while to the things that I […]

Comic Book Review: Batman #39

Batman #39: Endgame Part 5 Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, FCO Placencia DC Comics March 10th, 2015 Well, here we are boys and girls, the penultimate issue of Endgame has released and an infected Gotham finds itself in the alabaster clutches of the Joker. With little recourse left and in desperate need of his […]

10 Awesome Video Game Chiptune Soundtracks of Awesomeness

Video games have made impressive technological leaps since the time I first got behind a controller in the mid-’80s. And while “grown up stuff” has seen to it that I’m not quite as free to enjoy them as I once did, I consider it a most propitious matter that I am alive and well to […]


Batman #38: Endgame Part 4 Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, FCO Placencia DC Comics February 10th, 2015 I will preface this review with an open admission that I am beginning to suspect that this story may be outpacing my ability to keep up with it. This is not meant to disparage Snyder and Capullo’s […]