Two of geek culture's most loved archers - who will hit their mark first?
What if two of the most ruthless women in the DCU decided to fight to the death? Who do you think would win?
It's been awhile since we have done a versus poll here at G3, so I am bringing it back with some Image Comics ferocity. I have told you several times you should be reading Chew. Since you listen to every thing I say, you know exactly who Poyo is. If you don't know who Poyo... Continue Reading →
If all publicity is good publicity, the controversy-coated Before Watchmen project is golden. Any mention of these prequels to the classic 1986 Watchmen series by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons makes the comics Internet light up like Times Square. But as with all things Watchmen-related, this question is unavoidable: Has DC knowingly mistreated the creators?... Continue Reading →
"Another Batman book?" — an annoyed Facebook friend I love Batman. He’s a fascinating hero who is ripe for psychoanalysis and, thanks to many talented creative teams and the loving care of his corporate keepers, has had some of the best stories in comics history. I'm also a Grant Morrison fan, so I've already added... Continue Reading →
Last night I was bagging and boarding my comics. I often put on a movie I’ve seen before just to have some background buzz, and I chose the Wonder Woman animated film. The offspring joined me, not to bag and board, but for the movie. Inevitably, she has questions. She is a curious spirit and... Continue Reading →
One has arachnid-derived superpowers and exceptional intelligence. The other graduated with honors from Batman’s School of Hard Knocks. Peter Parker and Tim Drake are both highly capable crime fighters with a surplus of combat experience and brain power, and they're both so doggone likable. Peter’s super-strength and agility, combined with his spider sense and web-shooting... Continue Reading →
She’s a bloodthirsty hunter with a crazy streak and some of the sharpest claws in comics. He lived among lions and eventually went so far off the deep end that he bit off an enemy’s face. Even the bravest hero doesn’t want to get caught slipping with Cheetah and Catman on the prowl. (There have... Continue Reading →
The DC re-launch has dominated the comics conversation since its announcement, and readers are in varying stages of acceptance. But not everyone's grieving. I've heard a handful of people say that this (mostly) clean slate approach is not only necessary, but also smart. The medium is struggling, and most fans would agree that something needs... Continue Reading →
Did Greg Horn go too far with his BatCat illustration?
I don't know about you, but I was thrilled to see Diana's old costume on the cover of Wonder Woman #609. No matter how much I looked at it, that horror of a '90s shopping mall getup never grew on me. The dowdy boots. The choker. Good riddance. Of course, Jim Lee is hardly the... Continue Reading →
We think we’ve made it pretty clear who we want Wonder Woman to boo up with. However, a comment from a reader (Hi, Celeste!) about the above Stephane Roux illustration of Diana with Artemis got me thinking: “They would actually make a really hot couple. Just sayin.’” I’d made an offhand comment about this in... Continue Reading →
The very handsome Brit Henry Cavill is the new cinema Superman, and for the life of me, I can't tell whether anyone cares. Too soon? It seems like we were just being introduced to Brandon Routh, who did a good job in a flawed movie, Superman Returns. I'm not all that excited about a reboot,... Continue Reading →
They're both skilled combatants, exceptionally agile and quick, and they look stunning in black — as Spider-Man and Batman would confirm. But when it comes down to an all-out catfight (sorry; couldn't resist) between Marvel's Black Cat and DC's Catwoman, who would prevail: Felicia Hardy or Selina Kyle?
She was being trained to replace Lady Shiva. He was trained by the League of Assassins. Aside from the years of therapy they have ahead of them, Sin and Damian are some mighty impressive minors. While we do not condone hand-to-hand combat among children, you have to admit that a spat between these two would... Continue Reading →
So the first footage from the upcoming Green Lantern film is out and there's a whole lot of quipping and green blasty stuff happening. Ryan Reynolds is his usual charming self, and he looks like he's having a great time. Of course, geeks appear to be divided over whether the clip looks amazing or cheesy.... Continue Reading →
In case you hadn't noticed, E. and I are pretty good friends; the best of friends actually. While much of our time is spent discussing comics, we, of course, talk about other things. Mrs. Peterman is a happily married gal; I, on the other hand, am unattached, which usually makes me the provocateur of some... Continue Reading →
I don't roam into the Marvel Universe very often. I happen to really like X-Force, especially X-23. For a while now, I have been trying to think of someone who could hold their own against her. Then the mash-up came to me, Black Alice versus X-23! Black Alice is wildly powerful with magic. She can... Continue Reading →
I read a lot — so much that all my books are subject to the 100-page rule: If I don't care what's happening by the 100th page, then I'm done. Life is short, and I'd like to get to the good shit before my vision goes. Obviously, comic books make up a massive portion of... Continue Reading →
Dinah is a wicked hand-to-hand combatant, but Cheshire is a poisonousness, merciless biotch. What say you?
Shortly after unveiling new Wonder Woman writer J. Michael Straczynski, DC has announced a new creative team for its buzzworthy Power Girl title — and it’s a teeny bit controversial. With issue #13, writer Judd Winick and artist Sami Basri will take over for current writers Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and artist Amanda Conner. I'm... Continue Reading →
With all due respect to Green Lantern and Batman, the live-action superhero movie DC/Warner Brothers ought to be making isn’t really about heroes at all. Two words: Secret. Six. Aside from being one of the most consistently good mainstream comics around, the current incarnation of Secret Six is a carnival ride of moral ambiguity; wildly... Continue Reading →
DC announced on Friday that Gail Simone will be leaving Wonder Woman. As much as we'd like her to stay on the book, she is not Wonder Woman. With the return of the Birds, I suppose she can't do it all. I was disappointed, but not surprised. Gail's replacement, announced this morning, will be J.... Continue Reading →
We've seen these two duke it out a time or two before, and it looks like they're at it again in this month's issue of Wonder Woman. So, we're curious. Do you think the Wonder Warrior would be triumphant, or would PG's Kryptonian strength bitchiness manage to "pit bull" a win?
Current continuity of both, but Slade doesn't have any bullshit chocolate handy. Not that Shiva would fall for that again (or EVER!).
Current continuity versions of both (not Ultimate X-Men or Blackest Night).