Who says comics aren’t for girls? The Big Book of Girl Power is a primer for budding DC fans who want to learn more about their favorite characters — and meet a few new ones, too! (A review copy was provided by the publisher.)
Title: The Many Lives of Catwoman: The Felonious History of a Feline Fatale Author: Tim Hanley Release Date: July 1, 2017 Publisher: Chicago Review Press Review Spoilers: Low Goodreads Amazon Catwoman has one of the longest histories in the comic realm, beginning as little more than a one-off character. However, she […]
This week, Kylee struggled with Hook Jaw #2 from Titan Comics, while Jackson greatly enjoyed Batman #15 from DC Comics with what may be one of the best issues tackling Batman’s relationship with Selina Kyle. We’ve also got a new reviewer joining us! Renee is looking at two excellent issues from Marvel Comics […]
Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar are Back in Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders – Available Now on Blu-Ray, DVD, and Digital HD!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Nerdophiles with a free copy of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders on blu-ray which is being reviewed in this blog post. The opinions we share are our own. Batman: Return of the Cape Crusaders Release Date: November 1, 2016 Cast: Adam West, Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, Wally Wingert, William […]
There are some endlessly debatable nerd arguments that will vex comic store customers and internet commenters for generations. However, one of them is an easy answer and that’s, “Who has the best villains’ gallery?” No question, it’s Batman. There’s no stronger, more iconic gallery of rogues, killers, super-villains, and psychopaths […]
Comic Vinyl Wall Art by HallofHeroes Ever wanted a piece of comic strip on your wall? Well, now’s your chance! Have Catwoman and Batman on your wall thanks to iwallstickers. I have posted about these large stickers previously–they are made of vinyl and stick superbly to your wall! This particular […]
I’ve said it before, but I sort of unceremoniously dropped DC around the time of the New 52. I wonder if I did the right thing, but then Marc Andreyko called the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell aspect of Kate Kane’s backstory dated and I felt the rage go again. However, […]