While modern DC Comics compulsively retcons and reboots itself, let’s take a nostalgic look at some outstanding comics that were intentionally out of continuity.
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IMO, that image above is far more impressive than any of the actual gameplay footage…but you can decide for yourself, after the jump.
Before cameras start to roll on Wonder Woman’s first ever movie, here are the essentials her new director needs to study up on.
While Marvel is making a lot of noise of this particular death of Wolverine, the character has actually died plenty of times already in the comics over the years.
Continuity in comic books is unwieldy, convoluted, hilarious, and quite often a critical part of the best stories superhero comics can offer, and over the years, creators have found a handful of tricks like these for keeping everything straight.
The Strain enters its final act, while Grant Morrison’s Multiversity begins its first, and Samurai Jack tries to find a way back home in this week’s new comics.
It will undoubtedly please fans of both shows it can do what neither one did – come up with a good ending!
Of course, the X-movies only seem to care about portraying Wolverine right. But which characters are unfortunate enough to be the ten worst adaptations of X-Men on film (so far)?
Instead of trying to overcompensate for past misfires by making a bland movie by committee, let Wonder Woman be Wonder Woman. Here, we’ll tell you how.
For the most part, superheroes in American comics are ageless and timeless. On occasion, though, the status quo will change in comics, giving writers (and fans) a new paradigm to play in