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Review: Winnebago Graveyard #2

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #2

July 23rd, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Continuing the journey into the heart of the American Horror genre, our contributor Darryll Robson takes a look inside issue 2 of Image Comic’s Winnebago Graveyard. Review: Winnebago Graveyard #2 After the opening issue last month Steve Niles picks up where he left off with...

Review: Batman #24

Review: Batman #24

July 23rd, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Right as The Wart of Jokes and Riddles is staring to ramp up, Tom King throws a curve ball and gave us The Ballad of Kite Man in Batman #27. In this issue, we explore the backstory of how the now famous Kite Man, also...

MCU: Are They Scared To Use A Female Lead?

MCU: Are They Scared To Use A Female Lead?

July 23rd, 2017 | by Dewayne Edwards

If there's one thing that the DCEU has on the MCU, it is the fact that, with Wonder Woman, they are the first to release a female-lead comic book movie. This leaves fans to wonder why after all these years the MCU has not released...

Captain America: Steve Rogers and Political Commentary

Captain America: Steve Rogers and Political Commentary

July 23rd, 2017 | by Davis McCondichie

Captain America's 'Hail Hydra' reveal left many fans reeling. ComiConverse Contributor, Davis McCondichie explores the layers of socio-political commentary in Nick Spencer's Captain America: Steve Rogers. Captain America: Steve Rogers and Political Commentary *Disclaimer: The political commentary discussed in this piece does not necessarily represent my...

Decoding the DnA of the Guardians of the Galaxy (Part 3)

Decoding the DnA of the Guardians of the Galaxy (Part 3)

July 23rd, 2017 | by Mitch Nissen

From 2008 to 2011 writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning told the tale of the Guardians. But it was more than merely a story about Star-Lord and his team. DnA (Dan and Andy) piloted the last great era for Marvel's cosmic realms, taking characters created...

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3

July 23rd, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

The Frankenstein retelling from Victor LaValle and Boom Studios! reaches its central point with issue 3. Our contributor, Darryll Robson, takes a look at the comic to see how far it has come and how it is holding up. Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3 Flashbacks,...

Review: Superman #27

Review: Superman #27

July 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #27 shifts gears for the series following a one-off story. In the first chapter of Declaration, writers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason take Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Jonathan Kent on a family road trip, bringing artist Scott Godlewski along for the ride....

Review: New Super-Man #13

Review: New Super-Man #13

July 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

New Super-Man #13, despite picking up where the previous issue left off, served as the start of a new story arc. Writer Gene Luen Yang and penciller Billy Tan joined forces for the team-up tale of Shanghai Under Siege — Part One, and ComiConverse contributor...

Top 5 Trilogies Of All Time

Top 5 Trilogies Of All Time

July 22nd, 2017 | by Dewayne Edwards

With the third installment of the Planet of the Apes franchise, War for the Planet of the Apes, just released, positive reviews have movie fans wondering if this trilogy will go down as one of the best of all time. ComiConverse contributor Dewayne Edwards gives...

Review: Super Sons #6

Review: Super Sons #6

July 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Super Sons #6 commenced the series’ new Planet of the Capes story arc with an opening installment entitled Teen Beat. Jonathan (Superboy) Kent and Damian (Robin) Wayne are joined by the Teen Titans for a tale scripted by Peter J. Tomasi and drawn by Jorge...

Game Review: Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition

Game Review: Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition

July 22nd, 2017 | by Alan Stock

Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades edition is the Game of the Year version including both DLC expansions; Ashes of Ariandel and The Ringed City. It’s available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Alan Stock, a newcomer to the series, has to “git gud”...

MCU And DCEU Pioneers Who Shaped A Decade Of Cinema

MCU And DCEU Pioneers Who Shaped A Decade Of Cinema

July 22nd, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

When thinking of the DC and Marvel Cinematic Universes, many people associate a few key pioneers with their success. Whether it be an actor, director, or a top executive within the production company, each of these people have had a very integral part in the...

Bryan Singer v James Mangold: Who Is The Better X-Men Director?

Bryan Singer v James Mangold: Who Is The Better X-Men Director?

July 21st, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

The original X-Men Franchise, with Hugh Jackman as its centerpiece, has been book-ended by Bryan Singer (X-Men (2000)) and James Mangold (Logan (2017)). ComiConverse contributor, Joseph Gioeli, examines which of these directors has had the bigger impact on the franchise. Bryan Singer v James Mangold:...

Actors Who Played Multiple Comic Book Characters: Ranking the Top 5

Actors Who Played Multiple Comic Book Characters: Ranking the Top 5

July 21st, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

It is not uncommon for actors to want to play certain comic book characters; it is a little more uncommon for these actors to play multiple comic book roles. ComiConverse contributor Joseph Gioeli ranks the Top 5 actors who have played several comic book characters...

Doing Justice To Injustice 2

Doing Justice To Injustice 2

July 20th, 2017 | by Nickie Novelist

ComiConverse contributor Nickie Novelist sets out to see whether NetherRealm Studios' and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's Injustice 2 lives up to the hype. Doing Justice To Injustice 2 Fighting games either stress you out or relax you. For the most part I found this game relaxing—a...

Comic Book Movies: Which Had Cultural Impact?

Comic Book Movies: Which Had Cultural Impact?

July 20th, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

“What is the best comic book film ever?”; an extremely broad question that usually brings in multiple varying opinions. ComiConverse contributor Joseph Gioeli looks beyond the actual movies to determine which comic book films have been the most important to the culture of comic books...

Marvel Cinematic Universe Post Credit Scenes: Ranking the Top 10

Marvel Cinematic Universe Post Credit Scenes: Ranking the Top 10

July 20th, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

For the past decade, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has trained fans to wait until ALL the credits roll through before leaving the theater. Over the past 15 films, the MCU has racked up 26 post-credit scenes. Most of them foreshadow the next film or a...

James McAvoy: 5 Unmissable McAvoy Movies

James McAvoy: 5 Unmissable McAvoy Movies

July 18th, 2017 | by Elodie Cure

James McAvoy is more than a pretty face. He possesses a wide set of theatrical skills that he put forward most recently in M. night. Shyamalan's highly acclaimed Split. ComiConverse Contributor Elodie Cure runs down five unmissable performances by this sometimes underrated actor. Thanks to this production,...

Film Review: Dunkirk (2017)

Film Review: Dunkirk (2017)

July 18th, 2017 | by Jordan Samuel

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk (2017) is the first big budget war from the visionary director. This dark and bold dramatization of the Dunkirk Invasion pushes Christopher Nolan into his first historical film. But does it have the impact needed to be true to the real-life event?...

Review: Action Comics #983

Review: Action Comics #983

July 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #983 amped up the adventure for Revenge — Part V, which was written by Dan Jurgens and showcased the artwork of Viktor Bogdanovic. A daunting team of supervillains has come together to confront Superman at the Fortress of Solitude, and ComiConverse Krypton correspondent...

A Delightful Feast at Garden State Comic Fest!

A Delightful Feast at Garden State Comic Fest!

July 16th, 2017 | by Linda Marie

Garden State Comic Fest (GSCF) 2017 is in the books. The cozy convention located at the Mennen Arena in Morristown, NJ provided a fantastic array of options for fans of all types. From collectors and cosplayers to creators and confections, there was surely something to strike...

Film Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Film Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

July 15th, 2017 | by Jordan Samuel

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) seem to be the wildcard for the summer, with the unknown property being pushed into an awkward position by competing in theaters during the busiest time of year. But does the space opera work in today’s...

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