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FeaturedPodcastWayne's Comics Podcast

Episode 350 is a special one, and it features my recent interview with high-power comics creator Robert Venditti, who discusses his current run on Hawkman from DC.

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Hawkman #3 Review
DCFeaturedReview

I have this thing about winged or caped characters. Something about them and their ability to soar above the rest of us just appeals to me. So when I got into comics back in those long-ago days of my youth, I became a huge fan of Hawkman. He’s one of those great heroes that I can’t get enough of. Then imagine my delight to be reading the newest Hawkman series, and to find that it is excellent! More than that, they’re just getting revved up!

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Hawkman returns
Comics PortalDCFeaturedOpinion

I often like to say that there are no bad characters, only bad treatments of them.

Well, a favorite hero of mine, Hawkman, is soaring back into DC this June. And I couldn’t be happier!

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DCFeaturedGeek History lessonPodcast

Carter Hall just flew into Arrow & The Flash and will be soaring onto Legend of Tomorrow! Learn all of the ancient history of Hawkman before his wings get tired!

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artArt Appreciation Moment of the Day

A lot of people hate the costume and look of Hawkman from the upcoming Smallville TV movie, so I’ve flipped from Batgirl to a Carter Hall kick, which lead me to this Evan Shaner piece.

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DCReview

I was actually looking forward to this comic, the second installation in the Rann-Thanagar Holy War series. I’m a science fiction nerd at heart, and whenever you get guys flying around with ray-guns and rocket packs, I’m a happy man. And this issue was just as good as the last one, with a story that really has me interested by Jim Starlin.

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DCReview

or, “Superheroes. In. SPAAAACCCE!” With a Crisis in the DC Universe there inevitably comes a return to Rann and Thanagar. Thus, for all of us who enjoy a bit of the good old science fiction, all of our space heroes come together to deal with some cosmic threat that somehow always ends up focusing on Rann and/or Thanagar. So the first entry in DC’s Final Crisis turns out to be the Rann-Thanagar Holy War, and it looks as if Jim Starlin, writer of this series, has a definite issue with religion.

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