Category Archive: Literature

The Best Batman Comics (that aren’t the famous ones)

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  Throw a stick at the Internet at the moment and you’ll find a list of ‘the best Batman comics’. I guarantee these lists will include the likes of: The Dark Knight Returns,… Continue reading

The Force Awakens and Character

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It goes without saying that I will be delving into spoiler territory in this article. So if you’re one of the four people who has yet to seen The Force Awakens, I would… Continue reading

Is Wrestling A Great Form of Storytelling? Respect

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This is the final part of a third part article. The first part can be found here and the second part can be found here.   Bayley and Sasha Banks at the contract… Continue reading

Is Wrestling A Great Form of Storytelling? The Four Horsewomen

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This is the second part of the a three part article. The first part can be found here. The third part will be posted after the weekend.   Previously I questioned if professional… Continue reading

How to Make a GOOD John Constantine TV Show

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A cigarette smoking man steps out of the shadows in a long trench coat. If he’s near so is trouble. He’ll either save you or use you, or both. His name is John… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Lego Batman

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Welcome to THE DREADED BACKLOG! It’s incredibly easy to buy video games, but it takes a lot more time to play through them. All of us have a backlog of good gaming intentions… Continue reading

The Best Batman Films (that aren’t even films)

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There have been many Batman films. From the Tim Burton BINOs (Batman in name only) to the grit-fest of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy and all the unmentionable crap in the years between… Continue reading

Elementary: ‘The Smartest Show in the Room’

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What’s the best Sherlock Holmes adaptation set in contemporary times? If you said Sherlock you’re wrong. It’s actually Elementary. I’ll go into reasons for why it is the better of the two soon,… Continue reading

Star Trek Versus Star Wars

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Every so often this debate rears its head. Everyone has a different opinion, all of them strong. If anyone thinks this argument will immediately go to Star Wars due to its excessively larger… Continue reading

We need a good Wonder Woman Video Game

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Wonder Woman, when written well (sorry Geoff Johns), is a fantastic character. She is one of the few superheroes that is compassionate in person, rather than just as an idealised moral stance. She… Continue reading