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Strip Talk #37: No equal for Henry Cavill as Superman

Old folks usually say you don’t miss someone until they’re gone. Henry Cavill hasn’t been Superman for a number of years and was ousted from the role approximately five minutes ago and I miss him. You know, if there were … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #35: Firings, new hires at root of DC’s bad plans

You know how you buy something and immediately have buyer’s remorse? Yeah, it’s beginning to look a lot like that over in WB land. It never fails that just when we praise WB/DC for getting it together, they immediately turn … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #34: Let us heartily pontificate on WB’s implosion

Whew, where do we begin in the whirlwind downfall of DC in the past several months? Just as we heaved a collective sigh of relief at the Justice League Snyder Cut being … better … than its theatrical release, out … Continue reading

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Property Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Snyder Cut rights a grave wrong Sometimes, setting a precedent is a necessary evil. The theatrical release of Justice League in 2017 was an unmitigated disaster. The plot was all over the place, the editing was unpolished, and it generally … Continue reading

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Top 5 on The Strip: Superman villain edition

Darkseid Darkseid isn’t just a Superman villain, mostly because he tends to antagonize everyone in the Justice League. But it’s something about Kal-El and his goings on that apparently sets the Lord of Apokolips off. One of the most legendary … Continue reading

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Top 5 on The Strip: DC stuff we’re anticipating edition

Flash’s new movie with return of Michael Keaton You all know how much we here at GI love Michael Keaton’s portrayal of Bruce Wayne and Batman. And we’re practically jumping up and down for joy that it’s been confirmed we … Continue reading

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Top 5 on the Strip: Comic book TV edition

1. Spawn — HBO, 1994 If you didn’t read the comics, chances are this was your first exposure to the hell-spawned entity Spawn. We’re ignoring the ridiculous movie in favor of the animated masterpiece featuring vocal legend Keith David. Spawn … Continue reading

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Top 5 on The Strip: Comic book roles with multiple actors

1. Batman The Dark Knight has long been a friend of the big and small screen. Five actors have stepped into the dual role of Bruce Wayne and Batman: Adam West in the 1966 television show, Michael Keaton in 1989’s … Continue reading

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Top 5 on The Strip: The Super family

  Superman — The Man of Steel himself is probably the best incarnation of the super family. He was the originator of the series and thus carries the name on when other incarnations drop in and out of the DC … Continue reading

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Strip Talk #12: Superman does have real enemies

Superman does have real enemies For many years in my life, I have been a comic book fan. I like to think of myself as objective and impartial when it comes to my likes and dislikes, with the love I … Continue reading

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