A little more than two months ago, I wrote an entire article about Krypton and the impression we got of it from Man of Steel. The Kryptonian still lacks depth so, Man of Steel are we missing something? … More Man Of Steel Are We Missing Something?
I love a good old-fashioned debate on Star Wars vs. Star Trek, Batman vs. Superman or D.C. Comics vs. Marvel Comics. Besides discussions, I like finding those around me that share the same passions as I do. It’s good to find like-minded folks that you can talk to. … More Interview with a Book Blogger, The Reading Mermaid
A nerd is a person seen as overly intellectual, obsessive, introverted or lacking social skills. Such a person may spend inordinate amounts of time on unpopular, little known, or non-mainstream activities … More ONN Interviewed Author Ariadne Morgena
I started reading the first six chapters, my eyes bled. I put the novel away. Darn, was I not ready. … More My Review of Batman Nightwalker Is Coming
Among many madmen and most dangerous fictional villain, the Joker often steals the spotlight. It is not only because he is massively recognized or a beloved opponent, but because of his way to get under people’s skin. … More The Neurological Joker Disease
Grayson’s hate for Batman is growing and is driving him not only mad but more brutal than ever. They need Jason Todd back but why? Is Raven capable of saving Grayson or can Garfield protect Raven from her parents? I guess we have to wait to find that out! … More Titans Is The True Face Of DC Comics
Critics have already chimed in with broadly negative reviews, and ticket sales significantly dropped after the film’s release. But I strongly disagree with the prevailing harsh criticisms. In fact, I’m not sure I saw the same film they did. … More The Path of Empathy in Dark Phoenix