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The World Needs More Power Pack

A recent appearance by Power Pack served to remind how they can tackle serious issues in a kid-friendly way. Why isn’t there an ongoing Power Pack series today?


Tintin’s Greatest Foe

Tintin has built up an impressive and formidable rogues' gallery all of his own, but which one is his ultimate nemesis?


Choose Your Own Adventure Time

Adventure Time #10, puts you in charge of Finn and Jake as they try to overcome a dastardly spell, by picking their actions, from punches to toots.

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Fantastic Five: Best Kid Heroes

Kids love superheroes, so it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that it's probably a good idea to make some superheroes that are kids!


Why LGBTQ Kids’ Comics Matter

LGBTQ representation is especially important in all-ages comics, and while certain publishers are making tremendous strides, others are missing the boat.

Far From Home, But Not Running Away: Hope Larson Talks ‘Batgirl’


Hope Larson has taken on a difficult task in writing Batgirl, and taking the book in a totally different direction from the wildly popular "Burnside" run by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, and Babs Tarr that ended prior to DC Rebirth.

Her first two issues, illustrated by Rafael Albuquerque, follow Barbara Gordon on a trip to Japan to meet an elderly female hero, and then to Singapore to study mixed martial arts. With last week's release of Batgirl #2, ComicsAlliance spoke to Larson about getting to grips with the character and the challenges of taking Barbara in a new direction.

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Boss Teases ‘Number One’ Lead, Says No To Time Travel

Star Trek Discovery Number One Name Time Travel

The absence of Star Trek on TV has created a mystery around CBS’ All-Access Star Trek: Discovery, one we’re likely to wait for official announcements in October. Still, a new report suggests the main character will go by a familiar name, while Bryan Fuller will split the work with new showrunners, and avoid certain Trek mainstays.

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Mystery Class: Should You Be Reading ‘Morning Glories’?


Morning Glories is a science fiction teenage drama comic from writer Nick Spencer and artist Joe Eisma, published by Image. Starting in 2010, this series has fifty issues to its name, with another twenty or so to come. Morning Glories deals with teenagers attending a prep school who have to deal with a monster in the basement, secret twins, time-travel, cryptic messages, homicidal teachers, backstabbing classmates, and one of the most mind-bending, confusing, and amazing stories in comics today.

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Rumor: ‘The Flash’ Will Fight Supervillain Group The Rogues in Standalone Film

The Flash Ezra Miller
Warner Bros.

Critics of the DC Cinematic Universe have often pointed out that Warner Bros. has tried to crawl before they can walk, choosing to stuff their movies with as many recognizable villains and superheroes as possible instead of slowly ramping up their exposure for movie fans. And while I am certainly not as pessimistic about the future of the DCU as others, I will agree that Warner Bros. too often seems to include three or more characters when one or two would suffice. So it’s not particularly surprising to hear a rumor that the standalone Flash movie will feature  —  you guessed it  —  as many villains as possib

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Filed Under: Category: DC, Movies

See How Thor Kept Busy During ‘Civil War’ in the Hilarious ‘Civil War: Team Thor’

Civil War Team Thor

Even months before the movie was released, it was pretty obvious that Thor had no real place in Captain America: Civil War. That film was rooted in political intrigue and manipulation of trust; Chris Hemsworth’s Thor is really more of the Mary Poppins of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, not really worrying so much about the day-to-day and just popping in whenever he’s needed the most. To remain true to the character, there was no scenario in which Thor did not just roll his eyes and head back to Asgard until the whole thing had blown over.

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The ‘Suicide Squad’ End Credits and VFX Reel Are Now Online

Suicide Squad
Instagram / Warner Bros.

There may not be a lot of common ground between fans and critics of Suicide Squad, but one thing we can all agree on is the quality of the closing credits. Those swirling patterns of color and character icons that played behind the names of the crew were probably more colorful and fun than the entire last 45 minutes of the movie combined. So all of us  —  fans and critics alike  —  should be pretty excited that production company Buddha Jones has uploaded both the film’s final credits and a VFX reel to their Vimeo page.

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NBC Wanted ‘The Walking Dead’ as a Procedural Solving ‘Zombie Crime’

Walking Dead NBC Procedural Zombie Crime

You may have heard an old anecdote around The Walking Dead, that initial network notes for the undead drama questioned whether the series needed zombies at all, but it seems AMC’s flagship hit was practically almost iZombie. Producer Gale Ann Hurd reveals that NBC wanted to tweak the premise into a police procedural solving zombie-related cases.

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Mackenzie Davis Responds to Those ‘Deadpool 2’ Rumors

Domino and Deadpool

Sometimes, when you have a surprise hit on your hands, you get a little bit of freedom to go outside the box with your casting choices on the sequels. That seems to be the approach taken by the producers of Deadpool 2, anyways. A few weeks ago, we wrote about the rumors that Kyle Chander and Mackenzie Davis were atop the wishlist for Cable and Domino, respectively, in the next Deadpool movie. And now Davis has spoken openly about her lack of conversations regarding the role.

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Filed Under: Category: Marvel, Movies

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