Superman IV: The Quest For Peace

After “Superman III” came out in 1983 earning negative reviews, Warner Bros. (WB for short) worked on a spin-off focusing on The Man Of Steel’s cousin known as “Supergirl.” Like Superman III, it was an epic fail. Due to both films’ critical failure, father-son duo, The Salkinds sold the Superman film rights to now defunct […]

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The Dark Knight Rises

After completing his Oscar nominated film “Inception,” Christopher “Chris” Nolan, his wife/business partner, Emma Thomas & his brother, Jonathan “Jonah” Nolan commenced development of a third Batman movie set after “The Dark Knight.” The trio did extensive research on which villain Batman should battle mono e mono. Chris selected Bane. Introduced in a storyline known […]

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Birds Of Prey

After “Suicide Squad” earned negative reactions from critics, Margot Robbie signed on to reprise her role as Harley Quinn in several movies including the upcoming James Gunn directed Suicide Squad sequel, “Birds Of Prey” & “Gotham City Sirens.” Today’s review is none other than Birds Of Prey. Set after the events of Suicide Squad, Harley […]

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Nick’s Top 12 Films Of 2019

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the world. Today’s editorial is about my picks for the best films of 2019. For this list, I’ve chosen specific films of the past year I liked. 2020 is just the beginning, so here is my Top 12 Films Of 2019. Why Top 12? Because I don’t want […]

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Joker

In 2017, the year “Wonder Woman” earned positive reception from critics and fans of DC Comics, Warner Bros (WB for short) announced that they’re working on a movie about Batman’s archenemy Joker. Jared Leto was rumored to reprise his role as the character, but it was decided that WB is looking for a different actor […]

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Batman (1989)

Inspired by Christopher Reeve’s “Superman,” a film adaptation of “Batman” was in development during The 1980s. Warner Bros. (WB for short) hired several screenwriters to write a screenplay. At first, a script was supposed to be a revival of the campy 60’s Batman starring Adam West with Bill Murray & Eddie Murphy who were originally […]

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Classics Review: Batman (1966)

In 1966, a television series based on “Batman” starring the late Adam West & Burt Ward aired on ABC. The show became an instant classic aiming young viewers and fans of The Caped Crusader. The show’s format is basically The Dynamic Duo attempting to prevent a villain from succeeding his/her grandmaster plan. When The Dynamic […]

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Watchmen (Ultimate Cut)

In The 1980’s, Alan Moore wrote graphic novels for DC Comics including “V For Vendetta,” “Batman: The Killing Joke” & last but not least, his Magnum Opus known as “Watchmen.” His latter work is a different take on the superhero genre exploring a high concept (what if scenario) about superheroes existing in our reality change […]

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Justice League: The New Frontier

In 2004, the late Darwyn Cooke, penned and drew a six-part comic book mini-series called, “DC: The New Frontier.” A different iteration of characters from DC Comics. This time it’s set in an alternate timeline labeled as an “Elseworlds” story. Elseworlds is a term revolving around high profile characters and the world of a specific […]

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Doom Patrol: Season 1

In 2018, a streaming service called, “DC Universe” streamed an exclusive original show titled, “Titans.” Based on the comic book team “Teen Titans,” it earned mixed to positive reviews. A second season is currently in the works alongside upcoming original content like “Stargirl,” “Harley Quinn” & Metropolis.” One original show in particular was a massive […]

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Titans: Season 1

In April 2017, Warner Bros. (WB for short) announced that a streaming service was in development to compete with Netflix, Hulu & Disney’s upcoming subscription, Disney+ with content related to Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar & the company’s animated films. A year later, WB revealed the name of the streaming service under “DC Universe.” The subscription’s […]

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Shazam

In “The Golden Age Of Comics,” now defunct publishing company called, “Fawcett Comics,” created a character in 1940 named, Billy Batson who made his first appearance in an anthology series called “Whiz Comics” primarily known as “Captain Marvel,” who’s inspired by Superman. Billy’s origin story all started when a wizard named, “Shazam” selected him to […]

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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

In 2014, Warner Bros. (WB for short) released an animated film called, “The Lego Movie” directed by Phil Lord & Chris Miller. (21 Jump Street, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse) It received critical acclaim from critics and movie goers alike. Plus, it made money at the box office. As result of huge success, WB produced spin-offs […]

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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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