It’s hard to even talk about the Justice League. It is so underwhelming, but if you’re a fan of DC comics, you’ll find something to like.
The Many Lives of Catwoman Gives The Femme Fatale Her Nine Lives
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 […]
Suck It, Joseph Campbell! An Exploration of The Hero’s Journey in Wonder Woman
Joseph Campbell’s Man with a Thousand Faces synthesized centuries of myth, oral legends, stories, and narratives into one epic arc: the Hero’s Journey. We see it take place in Star Wars, The Lord Of the Rings, and Harry Potter. Joseph Campbell also said the Hero’s Journey is a Monomyth, and […]
‘Justice League Dark’ Sees Batman Join Forces With Constantine to Tackle the Unknown – Out Now on Blu-Ray, DVD, and Digital HD!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Nerdophiles with a free copy of the Justice League Dark limited edition blu-ray combo pack which is being reviewed in this blog post. The opinions we share are our own. Justice League Dark Release Date: February 7, 2017 (Blu-ray) Cast: Matt Ryan, Jason O’Mara, Camilla Luddington, Nicholas Turturro, Ray Chase Director: Jay […]
Snyder Fails This City With “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”
Batman v Superman does its best while suffering the greatest film ailment: a poor director.
The #NerdsRead Pull List – December 30, 2015
We’re closing out this year with Kylee and Jackson checking out comics from BOOM! Studios and DC Comics. Kylee is still enjoying the four-issue run of Last Sons of America, while Jackson is finding faults with both Wonder Woman and Justice League. Check out all of our reviews below and let us […]
Ben Affleck, David Fincher, and Gillian Flynn Reteam For “Strangers on a Train” Remake
The Gone Girl team is getting back together to take on a classic. David Fincher is set to direct and Ben Affleck will star in a remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train (1951). Gone Girl author and screenwriter Gillian Flynn will adapt the script. Hitchcock’s Strangers on a […]
How Marvel’s Movie Success Could Cave In On Itself
I remember my friend telling me back in 2008 about his experience watching The Incredible Hulk at a drive-in theater and arriving at the film’s ending, where Tony Stark appears in a bar to confront General Thunderbolt Ross. It’s weird to think just how surprising this was at that point, now […]
"Superman vs. Batman": Taking a Closer Look
When Man of Steel director Zack Snyder announced Superman and Batman at Comic Con, I was stoked, not to mention completely surprised. Snyder is taking a huge leap with this unexpected, vast decision. After taking some time to sit and mull over this mysterious sequel, all kinds of questions and […]