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Top 10: Heroes We Want in Arrow/Flash

Top 10: Heroes We Want in Arrow/Flash by Jerry Whitworth   As the DC Television Universe expands with the upcoming The Flash, fans have started speculating about a possible Justice League of America for Arrow and its new sister series. Arrow has thus far introduced Green Arrow, Huntress, Black Canary, and Roy Harper (who will transition into Arsenal in the upcoming season) and is set to introduce the Atom, Katana, Wildcat, and...

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Heart of Justice – The Manhunter from Mars

Heart of Justice: The Manhunter from Mars by Jerry Whitworth Writer’s Note: The Idol-Head of Diabolu, a Martian Manhunter blog was invaluable in the creation of this article! Visit them today. David Goyer, the scribe behind Man of Steel and its sequel Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, recently drew criticism for comments regarding the Martian Manhunter. Painting the character as silly from his name to his modus operandi, the...

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Review: JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time

Review: JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time by Jerry Whitworth   Part of some bizarre”stealth release,” JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time is a direct-to-video animated film available only in US brick-and-mortar Target stores released January 2014. Discovered by eagle-eyed fans who learned of the film through a Target store mailer roughly a week before its premier, absolutely no foreword was provided of the film be it an...

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Make It So: DC – The Manga Universe

Make it So: DC The Manga Universe by Matt Eldridge and Jerry Whitworth   In 2000, Marvel Comics produced a manga-version of its universe called the Marvel Mangaverse. Featuring the work of various artists including Ben Dunn, founder of Antarctic Press and creator of Ninja High School and Warrior Nun Areala (manga-inspired American comics), the imprint would last for two years with a brief return some time later. However, the...

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The Red Planet on the Four-Color Page: Mars in Comics

The Red Planet on the Four-Color Page: Mars in Comics by Jerry Whitworth Recently, NASA landed the Curiosity Rover on the surface of Mars providing a vast resource of information on the “red planet” that we never before had access toward. Man has told tales of the fourth planet from the sun for many years, a medium frequently employed in this way is the comic book. One of the earliest stories applied to the four-color page was from a...

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