Archive for April 20, 2018
Marvel and DC are the two titans of the comics industry. They’ve been in the business since the 1930s, and their impressive roster of titles and heroes has naturally led to endless argument about which is better. One of the biggest lynchpins in the argument is which company is more original. In other words, which has ripped off the most from the other. It’s a classic battle, like Coke vs Pepsi, and much like the Cola Wars, this comics rivalry has seen both sides dip into each other’s ideas.
The argument has raged on for decades, and there are lots of examples ...
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A major EU character could be joining the cast of Star Wars: Episode IX. Lucasfilm has been very successful in relaunching Star Wars. While they’re experimenting with standalone stories, they’re still moving the Skywalker Saga forward. However, the decisions made in Star Wars: The Last Jedi left the fandom divided, leaving it up to J.J. Abrams to come back and try to finish off this trilogy in strong fashion.
There isn’t much known about Star Wars 9 at this point, which comes from the overall secrecy surrounding the franchise, but also thanks to the changes Episode IX has undergone. Abrams only returned to direct after Colin Trevorrow exited, and the story had to be completely retooled ...
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Next week’s episode of The Flash , “Fury Rogue,” will see the debut of Siren-X, the latest alternate universe version of Katie Cassidy’s Laurel Lance. This new character appears to be Laurel’s Earth-X counterpart.
In the 2017 Arrowverse crossover, “Crisis on Earth-X”, fans were to introduced to Earth-X, an alternate reality where the Nazis won World War II. Team Arrow, Team Flash, the Legends, and Supergirl had to team-up to battle Nazi versions of themselves, including Overgirl (Melissa Benoist), and their Fuhrer, the Black Arrow (Stephen Amell). One Earth-X character, Citizen Cold (Wentworth Miller), left his world for a brief stint with the Legends. Now it appears that one more ...
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