OK… actually, no it didn’t. No more than George Lucas did. What DC did do, however, was give false hope and then completely piss all over everything I ever knew and loved about DC Comics.
Posts Tagged ‘Green Lantern’
Tags: 52, Batman, Crisis on Infinite Earths, DC Comics, Flashpoint, Green Lantern, Infinite Crisis, Jason Todd, John Byrne, Parallax, Supergirl, Superman, The Flash, The New 52, Wally West, Wonder Woman, Zero Hour
Tags: Armie Hammer, Avengers, DC Comics, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Green Lantern, Justice League, New 52, San Diego Comic Con, Superman Returns
With Dion under deep cover, J and Brian are back on the mic, digging into the realities (such as they are) of Warner Bros. rumored Justice League movie, the possibilities of convention-going, and the thank-Goddities of the long-lost non-existent sequel to E.T. We’re getting our verbal hijinks on!
Tags: Avengers, Batman, Captain America, DC Comics, Green Lantern, Hulk, Iron Man, Joss Whedon, Justice League, Marvel Comics, Superheroes, Superman, The Flash, Thor, Wonder Woman
Real life conspired to delay my gratification, but yesterday, ten days after its nationwide American release, I finally saw The Avengers. By now, reams* have been written about how good the movie is, how thoroughly it entertains on multiple levels thanks to its snappy Whedonesque dialogue, its insightful Whedonesque explorations of character relationships, and its [...]
Tags: Batman, DC Comics, Doctor Who, Green Lantern, Marvel Comics, Spider-Man, Superman, Thor
Ever since those old “I’m a Mac, and I’m a PC” commercials came out, some enterprising folks immediately capitalized on them and made an analogy between the two big comics companies, Marvel Comics and DC Comics. For anyone who has read on both sides of that aisle, the differences can be very much like night [...]