We’ve seen countless times how The United States of America deals with threats, but this comic asks us to consider the question; what if that threat was a little closer to home? Would you feel the same?
It’s a knockout story that’s well-worth reading, now more than ever.
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Comics are confusing. I’d argue that nothing is quite as confusing as the world of DC comics, particularly the really out-there cosmic stuff. And Grant Morrison is famously bonkers. So the two of them together, in the wake of one of DC’s typically bloated and ridiculous crossover events (penned by the chaos magician himself) in a Batman-meets-Cloud Atlas time-hopping adventure – how confusing could it be?
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Being fans of comic books and graphic novels, it makes sense that another part of The Wachowski’s vision for their shared universe would be these two collected volumes – originally published on the official Matrix site.
Each story is by a different established artist or writer. So, like ‘The Animatrix’, the quality is all over the place. But they present enough interesting ideas to make them both well worth a read.
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After ‘The Dark Knight’ was released, the Joker became a pop culture icon. People worshipped him, slapping pictures of the character onto clothes and merchandise. You couldn’t escape people doing impressions and asking you “why so serious?”
Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo use the story of lowlife Jonny Frost to give us an alternative look at the Joker, and make you think twice before buying that t-shirt with his picture on.
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Thor has a few good movies under his belt, but it’s unlikely most people would pick him as their favourite Avenger. But expect that to soon change once the world has seen Thor: Ragnarok.
Funny, exciting, beautiful to look at and listen to – Thor: Ragnarok is the Thor film we’ve all been waiting…Thor.
Read More Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Review
Spider-Man (2002) “Remember, with great power, comes great responsibility.” Along with the X Men trilogy that was kick started in the late 90’s, the Spiderman trilogy is a bench mark in superhero film making and is arguably some of the most important films in the genre. These films, along with the X Men showed that […]
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It’s been 10 years since The Walking Dead began. As the comic goes into what is sure to be the most epic arc so far, the first issue has been re-released IN COLOUR. Yeah, it’s a definite fan collectible. The comic itself is very impressive. The colouring by Dave Stewart is really good, although I […]
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