It’s long been said that what makes good movies are the bad guys. If that person is not challenging the main character of the film, then it’s dull as dishwater. If he or she is, then we often feel for the “good guy” of the film, want that person to win! I think comics have that same element to them. When the villain rises up and we worry that the hero or heroine will not be victorious, we’re anxious to turn the page and see what happens next. Our perception of villains has changed over the years. We used to
When it comes to a big battle, the sword might be the deadliest of all weapons. We’ve seen heroes and villains wield swords of all shapes and sizes, and the opponent always ends up losing a few things during the encounter. But, who is the best sword wielder? VOTE!
Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #6 sees the Titans get the treehouse and Slade and Darkseid show up! Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #6 sees the Titans get the treehouse and Slade and Darkseid show up! TINY TITANS: RETURN TO THE TREEHOUSE #6 Writers: Art Baltazar and Franco Artist: Art Baltzar Editor: Alex Antone Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $2.99 Previously on Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #5: Just when all hope of finding a new treehouse is lost, the girls travel to Paradise Island! Oh, what a wonderful place it is! But where are all the
The POP! Figures have quickly become the cute little figures on the shelves of many comic and pop culture fans around the world, and today, we learn that Deathstroke is getting miniaturized as part of the series.
When Black Mask puts a hit out on Batman in the game Batman: Arkham Origins eight of the best assassins come to Gotham to try and take him out. The fan-film Deathstroke: Arkham Assassin takes a look at how he “auditions” for Black Mask.
Some figures for the Batman: Arkham Origins line had already been announced, such as Batman, Black Mask, and Joker. DC Collectibles has announced a few more and has all of the figures on display in San Diego. Fortunately for those of us playing at home, there are pictures of them after the jump.
DC is putting on a “Villains Month” this September with most of their titles taking at least a .1 detour. While the merits of this idea can and have been discussed elsewhere, we have seen some interesting news with the solicits for the not one, but two Teen Titans issues for the month, which you can check out after the jump.
Slade Wilson gets the statue treatment in this new ARTFX Statue from Kotobukiya. A whole gallery of images after the jump as well as the price you’re gonna pay to get this super soldier into your collection.
Or – “In This, The Season Of Giving, I Like To Give The Benefit Of The Doubt.” Deathstroke The Terminator is a character that I’ve never really liked as a superhero. Sure, he’s got an awesome weird orange-and-blue Perez designed costume (or at least he USED to) and he has some great moments from the old Teen Titans series, but as a solo star, he always falls short for me. Will this issue be a treasured holiday memory or a white elephant gag gift? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “The Cover Does Not Fill Me With Hope.” I have to admit that I am not the biggest fan of Rob Liefeld, but even I have to say that it’s impressive to see him staying in steady work for over 25 years in the volatile comic industry. A highly controversial creator, it seems everybody has an opinion on Rob, and his New 52 work has been no exception. One thing that has become VERY clear that he has a deep love for Slade Wilson as a character, but will that translate into a good comic? Your Major Spoilers