Joker is not a rallying cry for the repressed. It is not a tribute to the kind of movies that aren’t made anymore. It’s just plain dull and predictable.
Batman: Kings of Fear is a gloriously retro tribute to the Batman books of the 1990’s, with over-the-top artwork that captures the dark spirit of Gotham.
This week the Kabooooom! Crew give insta-reviews for Aquaman #29, Batman: The Drowned #1, Batman: White Knight #1, Green Arrow #33, and Titans #16.
Suicide Squad is not the full course correction the DCEU so desperately needs, but it manages to be enjoyable thanks to memorable characters and genuinely good performances.
DC Comics’ Villains Month is upon us. We’ve read for months about the 3D covers and DC’s financing woes, but what really matters is the content. Each issue this month deals with the background story of a DC Universe villain. So what is worth checking out and what should be passed up? ACTION COMICS #23.1: […]
Developed by – Rocksteady Studios Published by – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Number of Players: 1 Platform – Xbox 360 (Reviewed), PS3, PC Release Date – October 18th, 2011 Genre – Action-Adventure ESRB – Teen MSRP – $59.99 Arkham Asylum was the Batman game that a lot of us had been waiting for. The equation […]
Written by TONY S. DANIEL / Art by TONY S. DANIEL, RYAN WINN & SANDU FLOREA Colors by TOMEU MOREY / Letters by JARED K. FLETCHER After the last page of Detective Comics #1, I didn’t think Tony S. Daniel was going to be able to pull off a second issue that lived up to […]
Whose side will you be on? If you and your friends have arguments over who would actually win, The Joker or Batman, you don’t have to wait much longer to settle it. Coming soon, Gotham City Impostors is a multiplayer first-person shooter where two teams face off against each other in costumes based on Batman […]