Aquaman

In November 1941, a month before Pearl Harbor, comic book company (now defunct) National Comics Publications introduced a character named Arthur Curry, also known as, “Aquaman” first appearing in an anthology series labeled, “More Fun Comics” issue number 73. His first issue explores his origin story. For those who haven’t heard of his origins, I […]

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Teen Titans Go To The Movies

In 2003, Cartoon Network aired an animated series called, “Teen Titans,” based on the DC Comics series of the same name. The show primarily focuses on five characters such as Batman’s sidekick Robin, who serves as the leader of the team, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Starfire & my personal favorite/childhood crush, Raven. (voiced by Tara Strong […]

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Superman III

After the successful release of Superman II, father & son producers Alexander & Ilya Salkind, decided to develop a third installment with Ilya writing a blueprint to the script about Superman going head to head with a space android named, Brainiac, who’s one of Superman’s main opponents from the comics. Another important character in the […]

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Ready Player One

In 2011, author/screenwriter, Ernest Cline, published his first novel called, “Ready Player One.” The Story is Set in The 2040’s about a teenager named, Wade Watts, who embarks on a quest, organized by late co-creator/game designer, Haliday, to retrieve an egg in a virtual world called, The OASIS. It’s a Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO for […]

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Superman

Before I go through The Pros & Cons about Superman, let’s go back in time on why The Man Of Steel became a game changer in both comics and adapted media. During The Great Depression, two friends named, Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster, published a short story called, “The Reign Of The Superman” about a […]

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