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10 Issues In: Batman Beyond

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Has it really been 2 months since my last post? Yikes. I’d totally be fired if the folks at Big B Comics weren’t so awesome. Anyways, they keep giving me a platform so I’m going to continue talking out of turn, even when you whine and groan (yes I know you’re doing it right now!). As usual this post will contain some minor spoilers (we are, after all, going through … Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review we take a look at The Worst X-Man Ever, Daredevil teaming up with the old Captain America, and another exciting chapter of “The Darkseid War” in Justice League.

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, we take a look at two of the biggest comics coming out of DC and Marvel this week. On the DC side of things we take a look at Batman #49, a pivotal chapter in the fan favourite series. From Marvel we take a look at the best Avengers book on the market in All-New, All-Different Avengers. Batman #49 Mister Bloom’s grasp on Gotham … Read More →

10 Issues In: Batman and Robin Eternal

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Hey folks, I realize this is a little late seeing as though issue #13 just came out as of this writing but the holidays have been happening. So without further ado let’s look at the first ten issues of Batman and Robin Eternal…wait! There will be some minor spoilers here not only regarding this series but series that the lead characters feature in as well like Batman, Grayson, and Batman … Read More →

Batman/TMNT #1

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I’d like to start off this post by apologizing for my lack of content recently but alas life is constantly changing and with that comes the realization that I must change with it. I’m not getting at a point where I stop reading comics, au contraire, these stories and this community is one of my constant highlights so afraid to say I’m not going anywhere anytime soon. Let’s just hope … Read More →

I, Vampire – The 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge: Joshua Fialkov (Part 1)

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52 weeks. 52 different writers. 2 trade paperbacks or hardcovers a week. Each week I’ll take a look at a different writer and read two different collected editions from within that person’s repertoire to help in the examination of their work. Joshua Hale Fialkov Joshua Hale Fialkov is a writer who I wouldn’t refer to as a “big name” and I mean that in the kindest way possible.  He’s a … Read More →

The Long Hallowe’en – 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge: Jeph Loeb (Part 1)

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52 weeks. 52 different writers. 2 trade paperbacks or hardcovers a week.  Each week I’ll take a look at a different writer and read two different collected editions from within that person’s repertoire to help in the examination of their work. Jeph Loeb It’s a lot harder than I thought it would be to write an intro paragraph for Jeph Loeb.  There isn’t much to say that even infrequent readers … Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, Spider-Man gets his “happily ever after” as a result of Secret Wars, Batman Beyond makes his post Future’s End debut, and Groot kicks off his own solo series! Read More →

Trinity Volume 1 – 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge: Kurt Busiek (Part 1)

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Kurt Busiek has had a storied career, having defining runs on books like Avengers, Astro City, Marvels, and so many more that it’d justify a single article to itself just to talk about them all. Back in 2008, Busiek was tasked with the monumental task of crafting a year long weekly series, Trinity, starring Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman for DC Comics. Read More →

Movie Review: Batman vs Robin

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Batman and the new Robin, his son Damian Wayne, clash over different codes of morality while protecting Gotham from villains. While Damian Wayne struggles to cope with Batman’s no-killing rule, he soon starts to believe that his destiny lies within a secret society known as, The Court of Owls. Read More →