So, Alan Scott is gay post-new 52, and the reaction from the Trolliverse is as predictable as it is ridiculous. As our pal George put it, “I do think it’s pretty funny when people are like, “UGH ALAN SCOTT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT CHARACTER IN COMICS DC YOU REALLY FUCKED UP THIS TIME ALAN SCOTT... Continue Reading →
I have intentionally been quiet about the new DC books these past couple of weeks. Mostly because every site and its mom is reviewing them, E. has covered a few, too. What more could I possibly say that hasn't been said? Well, I've always got something to say. I'm not picking up all of the... Continue Reading →
Over the past year, we’ve asked for your opinion on everything from Wonder Woman’s drawers to whether you gave a rat’s ass about the upcoming Green Lantern movie. The results were always entertaining, and frequently surprising. Without further ado, here are the results from polls past: 1. Which version of Diana’s knickers do you prefer?... Continue Reading →
It's all about his Glo-Balls now, but back in 1980, Hal Jordan was more of a Hostess Twinkies man. This classic ad, published in the year of the Winter Olympics, is chock full of wrongness and unintentional comedy gold. First of all, no one in the crowd notices Hal's transformation, mere feet away, into the... 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 →
Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors has got an issue or two to go before earning the loyalty of Vanessa G.
I got caught up on a bunch of comics this week. Here’s the lowdown: Brave and the Bold #33 (Yeah, I know this came out last week, but whatever.): DC’s Brave and the Bold hasn’t been on my pull list since the "Book of Destiny" arc closed out a few years ago, but I approached issue... Continue Reading →
The interwebs are abuzz with reviews praising the colorful conclusion of Blackest Night #8. The art in this book is what really swept me away. That damn fold-out splash page is off-the-charts awesome. Ivan Reis, YOU are a rock star! Heartfelt moments, foreshadowing, resolutions and resurrections abound! J'onn J'onzz: Yippee-mothafuckin'-ki-yay! His death in Final Crisis... Continue Reading →