Top 10: Comic Book Headquarters by Jerry Whitworth

Top 10: Comic Book Headquarters by Jerry Whitworth While most heroes lack a secret place to hang their hat, those that have headquarters hold the keys to a collection of their triumphs and defeats with a space to improve their derring-do. Of course, as we will discover, heroes don’t hold an exclusive market on secret hideaways. I should note, I chose to ignore cities, planets, and countries like Latveria, Atlantis, Asgard,...

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Review – Daredevil: Season Two
Mar22

Review – Daredevil: Season Two

Review – Daredevil: Season Two by Jerry Whitworth   Following the success of Daredevil on Netflix, a second season was quickly ordered and fast-tracked into production. Coming four months after the premiere of Jessica Jones and six months before Luke Cage begins, the second season of Daredevil (one-quarter of the Defenders line-up on Netflix with Iron Fist recently cast in Finn Jones) premiered last Friday. Following the events...

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Legends of the DCU
Mar18

Legends of the DCU

Legends of the DCU: The Ages of Wonder by Jerry Whitworth   Given the popularity of the CW’s Legends of Tomorrow which loosely adapts the comic book series Time Masters (featuring Rip Hunter traveling through history to combat the immortal Vandal Savage), a spotlight has been shone on the impressive history of DC Comics. While the superhero-rich Silver Age is the proverbial goose that laid the golden eggs (which has largely...

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Top 10: Animated Comic Book TV Series
Mar05

Top 10: Animated Comic Book TV Series

Top 10: Animated Comic Book TV Series by Jerry Whitworth   Recently, Comic Art Community offered up an update of its top ten comic book television series. Animation was purposely excluded because undoubtedly it would have dominated the list (as the special effects of animation is only limited by the artist’s imagination and cartoons generally enjoy longer production runs which could mean more story development). Comic book...

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Young Justice – Apokolips: We Want You!
Feb22

Young Justice – Apokolips: We Want You!

Young Justice – Apokolips: We Want You! by Jerry Whitworth   In the time since the publication of our article “What Could Have Been – Young Justice: Apokolips,” something rather remarkable happened. In February, Netflix added Young Justice: Invasion to its streaming service and reportedly it became a popular program for the company. Roughly a week later, Khary Payton (the voice actor for Aqualad/Kaldur’ahm, arguably the...

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