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Author Archives: Emma
IGN got the exclusive interview with Batman group editor Mike Marts, marking DC’s first official release on the topic of Post-Flashpoint Gotham since the solicitation of Batman #1. He’s confirmed that the Batman & Robin book will be starring Bruce … Continue reading
It’s not like you were actually expecting clean, clear, unbiased reporting from me anyway. The news to lead with here is that there are going to be a total of four Lantern based titles out of the 52 coming out … Continue reading
While I know that one of my listed hobbies is being angry on the Internet, I don’t like leaving a topic on a sour note so here’s your silver lining of the day. A new tumblr has been set up … Continue reading
So. DC has officially confirmed suspicions that yet again, they’ll be rebooting the DCU with the conclusion of the Flashpoint event in September along with the move to day and date digital releases to match the shipping dates of physical … Continue reading
30 Days of Marvel Day 3: Your Favourite Diva This, I feel cannot be shocking to anyone. As much as I tend to push physical problem solvers like Batwoman and Power Girl to the forefront of my fandom, Emma’s intellectual/diplomatic … Continue reading
30 Days of Marvel Day 2: Favourite Villain Remember how I said how my childhood was steeped in Marvel? Mystique is probably the funniest part of that. I found a trading card of her as a kid and spent the … Continue reading
30 Days of Marvel Day One: Favourite Character For a lot of reasons it feels pretty awkward choosing Tony, but that’s life sometimes. Unlike DC, there really wasn’t a clear choice for me because I don’t have that same passionate … Continue reading
Ever since I started the 30 Day DC Meme, I’ve been trying to look (even) deeper into sex and gender in superhero comics so it probably won’t come as much of a surprise that I’m launching a series investigating the … Continue reading