Intro: Heroes across all comics eventually deal with something a little more supernatural than your average villain. Ghosts, ghouls, vampires, and werewolves just to name a few, but when it comes to movies and TV, very few of the supernatural elements get adapted...but could we begin to see more supernatural beings in comic book films... Continue Reading →
Written by: James Tynion IV & Matthew Rosenberg Art, Colour and Main Cover by: Otto Schmidt Letters by: Tom Napolitano Variant Cover by: Francesco Mattina Edited by: Ben Abernathy Plot: After the first issue revealed some shocking truths about the oncoming war between humans, heroes and vampires, Batman has gathered a meeting of his closest... Continue Reading →
Written by: Brandon Thomas Art by: Ronan Cliquet Colours by: Ulises Arreola Letters by: Josh Reed Cover by: Marco Santucci & Arif Prianto Variant Cover by: Davi Go Editor: Michael McCalister Aquaman created by Paul Norris, Green Arrow created by Mort Weisinger Issue 2 cover by Marco Santucci & Arif Prianto Intro: In the first... Continue Reading →
Written by: Michael Northrop Illustrated by: Gustavo Duarte Coloured by: Chris Peter Letters by: Wes Abbott Cover Art for Dear Super-Villains In 2019 there was a book released by DC Graphic Novels for Kids, called 'Dear Justice League' and as much as this book is for kids, I felt like it was something truly special... Continue Reading →
Andrew Bennett is on his way to the Hall of Justice with an important message. Mary, Queen of Blood, ruler of the vampires and the only defining reason there is peace amongst humans and vampires, has been murdered. The peace she has kept between the races, allowing vampires to live unseen in the world, has been torn and something worse than a few vampires is on its way; the genocide of the human race.
Written by: Tom Taylor Art and Colour by: Yasmine Putri Letters by: Wes Abbot Main and Character Sheet Variant by: Yasmine Putri Open Order Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton Team Variant by: Wayne Reynolds Edited by: Ben Abernathy Intro: When I first learned that there was going to be a DC comic series that took... Continue Reading →
Something is wrong with the DC Universe, Arthur and Oliver seemed to have swapped lives, and surnames, as Oliver Curry now rules Atlantis, whilst Arthur Queen roams the streets as the battling bowman known as Green Arrow. However, this messed up timeline doesn't seem to be Barry Allens fault this time, at least not directly.
Every so often there is a story within comics that comes along and blows people's minds, leaving a lasting impression on the reader that makes us beg for more. In 2013, writer Tom Taylor gave us just such a story with DC’s Injustice: Gods Among Us, which was a prequel comic series to the video game of the same name Now in 2021, DC and Warner Brothers Animation have decided to take Injustice and bring it to us again, this time in the form of one of DC’s popular animated feature films, which more often than not, are a huge hit with fans, give or take a few changes to plot here and there. The film, simply titled Injustice was released digitally on October 12th 2021, and physically on DVD & Blu Ray on October 19th 2021.
Something has awoken beneath the earth, breaking it's way out of it's confinement, carving a path of destruction in it's wake. Doomsday is coming!
John Constantine, born in Liverpool, England and from a young age he has lived with the feeling of guilt due to his father blaming a young John for his mother's death, since she died after giving birth to John. Young John Constantine was, and remains to be, someone surrounded by trouble wherever he goes, and it all started when he accidentally gets his childhood friend killed by the riverside, whilst trying to show off some magic trick...