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Tag Archive for 'Geoff Johns'

How DC Saved Aquaman

He talks to fish. He carries an underwater pitchfork. He looks like Biff the water polo star. The character of Arthur Curry has been the butt of numerous jokes and criticisms over the years. He’s been the proverbial punching bag of readers and critics alike. Yet somehow, despite all the knocks and jabs, Curry (a.k.a. […]

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Countdown to Batman v Superman – Batman: Earth One

As we are coming closer and closer to the release of Batman v Superman, it is always important to pay homage to where these two caped heroes came from. No, I’m not talking about Krypton and Gotham, but the comic book pages from which they were spawned. Before they were in on screen in a […]

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Why Marvel’s Winning, DC’s Losing and Valiant is Better Than Both of Them

I’m a bagpiper. Yeah I know, what the heck does that have to do with comic books, right? Bear with me as there’s a point to this. In the bagpiper community, we have a running joke as to how the rest of the world views our music. It goes something like this, “There are three […]

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The Best Comic Books of 2013

Super heroes and regular humans alike had their work cut out for them in 2013. The DC universe witnessed the advent of the Forever Evil storyline that saw everyone’s favorite do-gooders beat down and removed from the picture (temporarily anyway). Marvel is experiencing the return of Galactus, so you can bet earth is on his […]

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Gregg’s Picks – Best Comic Books of 2012

If you’re on the fence about getting into comic book reading or not, now is as good a time as any. In all honesty, this is a great time to delve into the pop culture art form. The stories and artwork that grace the pages of many of today’s titles are entertaining if not exceptional […]

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Aquaman #1 – The New 52

The final week of The New 52 is upon us, and while I will have a review of multiple titles next week, today is going to focus on a character DC has had trouble delivering to readers on a more serious level. Aquaman. The sea-farring superhero turned 70 this week, debuting in issue #73 of […]

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Comic-Con 2010: DC Comics’ Green Lantern

Most of the time it pays to be a member of press at Comic-Con, but not when it comes to the lines.  We must stand in the same lines as everybody else.  And so was the tale of our early 7 AM departure on Saturday morning to get the first glimpse of Green Lantern footage […]

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From Blackest Night Comes Brightest Day

Of all the storylines that have taken place in the comic book industry recently, Blackest Night is arguably the most profound.  Nekron and the Black Hand had almost successfully wiped out the DC universe in the eight-part series that kept buyers of the title on the edge of their seats.  As I write that, I […]

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Spike TV’s Scream 2009: Exclusive Red Carpet Interviews

The red carpet at the 2009 Spike TV Scream Awards featured stars aplenty and Why So Blu was there to cover all the glitz and glamor that strolled down the hailed walkway that night.  Make sure to check out our photo coverage of the red carpet extravaganza here.  We managed to get a few soundbites from […]

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Spike TV’s Scream 2009: Exclusive Red Carpet Photos

Welcome to our exclusive red carpet coverage of Spike TV’s Scream 2009 awards ceremony!  If red carpet coverage of Scream 2009 is what you desire, then look no more.  Words cannot express the exuberant hysteria that overcame my editor and myself, this past Saturday, as we covered the red carpet ceremonial entrance of the stars in […]

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