Happy Friday Nerds!
Despite all the flack that DC is getting for their choices on the new Batman vs. Superman movie, I’m still proud to say that I’m a DC Fanboy! With that said, today I’m bringing you a badass panel from DC’s newest crossover starring the New 52’s version of the Crime Syndicate!!!!
First off, this crossover is awesome and really tells a long-standing story that started in the first arc of the new Justice League book, so if you’re like me and like a slow burn that leads up to a big bang then you should really read this. Anywho, let’s talk about the panel that comes from Forever Evil #4 and stars my favorite Dark Knight Detective, whose paranoia that we’ve all come to know and love turns him into a badass Yellow Lantern to battle the CSA’s version of GL known as Power Ring!
Awesome Right! David Finch’s pencils really kick ass in this series but this panel is particularly amazing in my opinion, frankly because I didn’t think that I’d see Bats like this again since the Sinestro Corps storyline. If you haven’t read Forever Evil yet, then you really gotta check it out, it’s taking the classic CSA and puts an updated spin on them!
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Savor the sweet taste of Brovember, for it is fleeting! And like the McRib, it won’t be back for quite some time.
Today’s entry in the Brovember Hall of Fame comes from the greatly underrepresented world of DC Comics! We’ve had a good number of Marvel bromances so far this month, but we’ve as yet failed to touch upon the main continuity of the Distinguished Competition (Preacher was published by the Vertigo imprint). And while this one isn’t exactly Batman and Superman in terms of brand recognition, the depths of the friendship explored today make the Batcave look like an anthill in comparison. Naturally, I’m speaking of that wonderful duo…
BLUE BEETLE AND BOOSTER GOLD
Hey Fellow Nerds!
The folks at IGN have given us a treat a few days before Halloween in the form of the Justice League: War trailer that you can check out below. War is the first movie since The Flashpoint Paradox and as Greekimus and I discussed in our podcast, this movie is set in the current New 52 Universe.
Justice League: War is being directed by Jay Oliva and produced by James Tucker and uses the voice talents of Jason O’Mara, Christopher Gorham, Alan Tudyk, Michelle Monaghan, Shemar Moore and Sean Astin.
Today’s Evil Geeks Disassembled gives us The Animated Show… and it’s an oldie but a goodie! Earlier in August Big Evil and Greekimus Prime sat down an jawed over Justice League:The Flashpoint Paradox, but we’ve had so much damncontent for you that it’s taken awhile to get it to you. Still though, its a fun listen. So sit back, relax, and enjoy life as you don’t really know it…
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Happy Weekend Evil Geeks!
DC just wrapped up their Trinity War storyline that pitted the various Justice League teams against each other to bring us into their villains month and then the much anticipated Forever Evil event! Rather than being spoon-fed issue by issue I decided to gulp down the six issue storyline all in one go and was pretty much satisfied with the entire thing. There were some moments throughout the read that really stood out to me, but the best ones were in the final issue of the arc in Justice League #23 drawn by the amazing Ivan Reis! The story is cool because it starts off with justice Leagues vs. Justice Leagues, but then the teams begin to fracture and they mix up a little along the way. I’ve pulled a few panels for you to check out. Not gonna lie…they’re pretty awesome. Enjoy!!!
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Howdy, gang, welcome once again to “The Things I Do For Comics”! If this is your first time looking at this column, allow me to explain: It’s more or less a comics S&M session that I engage in on a weekly basis. But instead of wearing a dog collar and smelling a glove, I read intentionally awful books from all throughout the history of comics (although the highest concentration of awful books were published in the 1990s). This week we’re going to have a look at the positively dreadful…