Oct 192013
 

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Since I’ve moved to the Midwest, I was unable to attend New York Comic Con this year as I have regularly since 2008. Even so, I still wanted to keep up-to-date with the latest news from the convention. Several of my fellow MoarPowah writers have already voiced their reports on the Con, so I decided to compile a list of the top 3 announcements from NYCC 2013 I’m excited for, and the top 3 that made me groan. Continue reading »

Oct 032013
 

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The title says it all! Listen to Silverwolf and I as we discuss our favorite comic crossovers, events, and arcs!

Judge’s favorite crossovers/events/arcs
Recent : Death of the Family (October 2012-February 2013)
Somewhat recent: Flashpoint (May-September 2011)
Honorable mentions for somewhat recent: Civil War (2006-2007) and Blackest Night (2009-2010)
Classic: Hush (Batman 2002-2003)

Silverwolf
Recent: The Kill Machine (Green Arrow #17-23)
Somewhat recent: Blackest Night
Classic: Green Lantern/Green Arrow (1970′s)

Sep 052013
 

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Judge, Silverwolf, and ArcGunner discuss superhero relationships, specifically which characters seem to get around quite a bit. Also be sure to check out Silverwolf’s list of The 7 Superheroes You’ll Date.

Jul 252013
 

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Thanks to the big announcement of the next DC universe movie, the Batman and Superman pair is on everyone’s mind. As a result, it’s no surprise I decided to review Batman/Superman #2 this week. I  enjoyed issue #1, and looked forward to what creators Greg Pak and Jae Lee had in store for their second installment.

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Jul 222013
 

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San Diego Comic Con, the biggest pop culture convention in the world, wrapped up last Sunday. Dozens of companies released tons of new information about what projects they’re working on and releasing over the next few years. Here are the five that got me the most excited!

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Jul 042013
 

Batman Superman #1

Last Wednesday, Judge and I ventured to Midtown Comics in New York City for a signing by writer Greg Pak. That day, Pak’s newest venture, Batman/Superman #1, went on sale. It was great to meet Pak and, given this comic also features art from the amazing Jae Lee, I eagerly anticipated cracking the book open and reading about two of my favorite comic book heroes. Did this issue live up to the legacy of its talented creators?

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