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Merry Christmas, everyone! ‘Tis the season to be jolly, so let’s deck the halls with some panels of folly, and join the Ghost of Christmas Comics’ Past to uncover five of the most unusual and the best (or worst, you decide) Christmas superhero stories ever told! Photo: DC Comics Superman’s Christmas Adventure (1940) By today’s
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Love or loath them, variant covers are here to stay, but if you need a reason to justify their continued existence, look no further than Mark Brooks’ cover for Detective Comics #986. Since taking on the role of regular variant cover artist from issue #982, Brooks has gradually upped the tempo with remarkable renditions of
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Rising action star Ruby Rose has been cast as Batwoman in the network’s upcoming Arrowverse crossover. Rose will debut as Kate Kane in December when storylines from the CW’s numerous DC shows– The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow – intersect for the annual hero team-up, the CW announced on Tuesday. After that, the gender-fluid
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Batman #50Writer: Tom KingArtist: Mikel JaninPublisher: DC Comics Warning! Spoilers ahead for Batman #50. Batman and Catwoman have a long, long history, dating back to 1940’s Batman #1, in which she disguises herself as an old woman to commit a burglary but is foiled by the Dynamic Duo of Batman and Robin. Even in that
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Since it’s Father’s Day today, and with the recently released Pixar movie Incredibles 2 playing up Mr Incredible as a stay-home dad, we thought we’d focus on some of the best-known superheroes in comics who also happen to be fathers, have offspring with powers as well, and how they cope with that. It’s a list
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Superhero movies are so common these days that even before one film is out, its sequel is already in the works. But not all superheroes receive that special treatment, like say, Robin, (un)favourite sidekick to Batman which is kind of the starting point for the film Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. Determined to have his own
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Picture a sleepy suburban community. Now imagine seeing your neighbour drive by in a 1960s-era Batmobile eating an ice-cream cone. That’s just another night for Dr Phillip Latham’s neighbours in the American city of Sumter, South Carolina. By day, Dr Latham is a dermatologist. Husband. Father. Flight surgeon at McEntire Joint National Guard Base and
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