It’s Halloween (yes, in April) on “Avengers: Ultron Revolution,” and Doctor Strange drops by to ask Earth’s mightiest heroes for help against his archenemy the dread Dormammu. Get ready for sorcery supreme and meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Into the Dark Dimension.”
Each week, one of Biff Bam Pop’s illustrious writers will delve into one of their favorite things. Perhaps it’s a movie or album they’ve carried with them for years. Maybe it’s something new that moved them and they think might move you too. Each week, a new subject, a new voice writing on… something they love.
What do you get when you mix together classic literature, a well known Hollywood producer, a bunch of his friends, a wealth of catchy two minute songs, and an abundance of face paint? You get the odd, campy, 1985, made for television, musical extravaganza, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
On the last episode of “Defiance,” Nolan sabotaged the peace treaty, but we can’t really blame him. He has alien arktech stuck in his head. While Kindzi got the upper hand on T’evgin, Nolan and Irisa are on a caravan to Brazil as prisoners of the Votanis Collective. They need a miracle. Read the rest of this entry
You know, there have been a lot of heavy comics in this column of late: The Witching Hour, Coffin Hill, and The Spectral Engine. I suppose it’s because last month was the month of October. And I suppose it’s because last month, this site was celebrating something we like to call 31 Days of Horror. We love Halloween ‘round these parts and publishers saved their best horror comics for the scariest of the autumn months!
But we’re talking comic books here! Won’t someone think of the children?!?
Well, DC Comics has. And roh boy, it’s a bit of a blast from the past!
When you think super-teams in the DC Comics universe, the Justice League comes to mind immediately, maybe followed by the Teen Titans, the Justice Society and half a dozen others. I’m going to delve a little deeper, and take a journey into the forgotten corners of the DC universe. Here’s a look at some of the forgotten teams of the DC Universe.
A boy and his dog – that’s what Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are at first glance to the untrained eye. But to anyone familiar with the characters, or more importantly, anyone who has a dog – it’s much much more. Shaggy and Scooby are the classic bromance.