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Review: Supergirl #8

Review: Supergirl #8

April 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Supergirl #8 was among several DC titles this week to focus on the fallout from Superman: Reborn, and the assignment was right in writer Steve Orlando’s wheelhouse. The resulting story — a one-shot tale titled Family of Tomorrow — was drawn and inked by artist...

Wonder Woman: Ex-Amazonian Ambassador for the United Nations
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Wonder Woman: Ex-Amazonian Ambassador for the United Nations

December 17th, 2016 | by E. Paul Zehr

Our Dr. E Paul Zehr looks at the recent trends and developments concerning Wonder Woman at the United Nations. Wonder Woman: Ex-Amazonian Ambassador for the United Nations Wonder. The very word inspires admiration and amazement. With Wonder Woman we have one of the most powerful...

Batman Day: Do You Have What It Takes To Be Batman?
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Batman Day: Do You Have What It Takes To Be Batman?

September 14th, 2016 | by E. Paul Zehr

Batman Day. That one 24 hour period every year where we all get to imagine ourselves as the Caped Crusader. Here, in his first post for ComiConverse, Dr. E. Paul Zehr asks whether or not any of us has what it takes to be Batman....

The Killing Joke: A Film That Will Please No One?
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The Killing Joke: A Film That Will Please No One?

July 26th, 2016 | by ComiConverse

Batman: The Killing Joke has made its debut at Comic-Con (SDCC) 2016, and the aftermath is a total mess. Our ComiConverse editorial page is here to break down the carnage. (Inevitably, Spoilers For Batman: The Killing Joke Lie Ahead – Beware!) Bruce Timm, Brian Azzarello, what have...

Batman: The Killing Joke Releases 12 Minute Preview
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Batman: The Killing Joke Releases 12 Minute Preview

April 3rd, 2016 | by ComiConverse

Batman: The Killing Joke is one of the most recognized and most controversial Batman stories of all time. As was reported here on ComiConverse, Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy are set to return to their iconic roles for this highly anticipated animated feature. Today, DC...

Jimmy Olsen, Rebirth and Diversity in DC Comics
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Jimmy Olsen, Rebirth and Diversity in DC Comics

March 6th, 2016 | by Kyle King

The DC Universe is on the verge of a line-wide Rebirth, which DC Comics chief creative officer Geoff Johns insists will be “an echo of the past, but looking to the future” that “is definitely for comic book readers more than it is for casual...

Who Is Your Superheroine Soulmate?
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Who Is Your Superheroine Soulmate?

January 5th, 2016 | by ComiConverse

Heroines like Wonder Woman and Black Canary are now finding their way into DC Entertainment‘s expanded universe in film and television.  This fun infographic utilizes popular and highly searchable characters and would be ideal for a site that caters to a primarily male audience.  ...

Review: Batman/Superman #26
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Review: Batman/Superman #26

November 15th, 2015 | by Kyle King

In Truth, Clark Kent’s secret identity was revealed and Kal-El lost most of his Kryptonian powers. In Justice, Superman began fighting back against the shadowy conspiracy uniting the villains from DC Comics’ four monthly series starring the Man of Steel. ComiConverse’s Superman writer, T. Kyle...

Review: Batgirl #45
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Review: Batgirl #45

November 3rd, 2015 | by Becca Tyrrell

The big day is here! Wedding bells are ringing in Burnside, and ComiConverse’s Becca Tyrrell gives us the scoop on Batgirl #45. Alysia and Jo are finally getting hitched! But what will happen when a (handsome) and familiar face from Barbara’s past turns up at the wedding...

Review: Batgirl #44
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Review: Batgirl #44

October 2nd, 2015 | by Becca Tyrrell

Things are really heating up for Barbara Gordon a.k.a. Batgirl as she tries to balance planning a wedding, being a good friend and roommate, and the possibility of new romance –  all the while trying to keep Burnside safe from a new villain and her trained...

Review: Batgirl Vol 1: The Batgirl Of Burnside
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Review: Batgirl Vol 1: The Batgirl Of Burnside

July 25th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

Back in the summer of 2014 Batgirl got a huge make-over.  This re-imagining took shape not only with a new art style and costume, but also with a new writer for her book.  DC kept the issue numbers running, but as it has come out...

Restoring Fandom Sanity

Restoring Fandom Sanity

July 5th, 2015 | by ComiConverse

2015 will go down as the year politics invaded fandoms. From GamerGate to “The Cover” to Puppy Wars and the Hugo Awards, it has been a year that will live on in infamy. To some degree politicization has always occupied a place within fandoms, humans...

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