A to Z Challenge – Harley Quinn

Welcome to the 2021 A to Z Challenge! My theme this year is DC Comics. And that’s mostly because of my undying affection for the comic book characters and stories that I grew up reading in the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s. So stay tuned all month to (maybe) learn a little something about 26 corners … Continue reading A to Z Challenge – Harley Quinn

Why Don’t Superheroes Stay Dead?

Earlier today, as a part of this month's A to Z Challenge, I wrote a post about Doomsday, the creature/being that killed Superman in the now classic Death of Superman storyline of the early 1990s. In response to that post, our blogging friend T asked why people always die and come back to life in … Continue reading Why Don’t Superheroes Stay Dead?

Crisis

This week, our Sunday Scribblings prompt is Crisis. If you decide to write a post based on this week’s prompt, be sure to go back here and share your link so everyone can see how you interpreted things! Here’s what I did with it… When you grow up reading DC Comics, you come to associate the word CRISIS … Continue reading Crisis

What I Thought of DC Fandome

Warning: This will be one of the geekiest posts I have ever written. I will not apologize for it. You have been warned. Kids, this weekend the folks over at DC Entertainment presented their big deal virtual replacement of Comic Con with DC Fandome. With COVID-19 being what it has been this year, the annual … Continue reading What I Thought of DC Fandome

My Favorite Movies #11 – The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight 2008 Directed by Christopher Nolan Quick synopsis... In this sequel to Batman Begins, the caped crusader teams with Lt. James Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent to continue dismantling Gotham City's criminal organizations. But a new villain known as the Joker threatens to undo their good work. And here... we... go...A gang … Continue reading My Favorite Movies #11 – The Dark Knight

5 Sequels That Are Better Than the Originals

I know... I'm one of those guys who likes to complain that Hollywood can't come up with any original ideas anymore. But I get it... I really do. Sequels are easy. And when a studio sees that a movie has made a ton of money at the box office, why not green light a follow-up … Continue reading 5 Sequels That Are Better Than the Originals

My Favorite Movies #41 – Batman Begins

Batman Begins 2005 Directed by Christopher Nolan Quick synopsis... Following the brutal murder of his parents, Bruce Wayne trains with a shadowy organization and returns to a corrupt Gotham City to deliver justice. Armed with his new skills and endless resources, he assumes a new identity and a war on crime. You know, a lot … Continue reading My Favorite Movies #41 – Batman Begins

The Batman Whose Voice I Still Hear

I've been reminded by a couple of different outlets on the internet that on this day, 27 years ago, Batman: The Animated Series made its debut on the Fox television network. Yes, I have always been a shameless fan of all things Superman. But at this time, late summer of 1992, we were riding a wave … Continue reading The Batman Whose Voice I Still Hear

My Favorite Movies #56 – The Lego Movie

The Lego Movie 2014 Directed by Phil Lord & Christopher Miller Quick Synopsis... After being mistaken for the LEGO Master Builder, ordinary mini-guy Emmet is swept up in an urgent quest to thwart the evil plans of Lord Business. Emmet's adventures include daunting challenges and hilarious missteps in this computer-animated epic. Everything is awesome! Even thinking … Continue reading My Favorite Movies #56 – The Lego Movie

Batman: Nightwalker

Title: Batman: Nightwalker Author: Marie Lu Published: 2018 I'm a comic geek at heart. Specifically, I'm a DC Comics geek. So whenever there's something new and interesting about DC's iconic characters, in any medium, I'm all over it. I actually didn't know this book existed until I came across it at the library recently. I … Continue reading Batman: Nightwalker