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Matt Ryan on Bringing John Constantine to the Screen
The Arrowverse may be ending and ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ may be over, but the love for the franchise and its characters continues. One such character is Matt Ryan’s John Constantine. After headlining his own show, the character was absorbed into the popular DC Comics franchise. Ryan attended the Toronto Comicon and shared his love for the occult detective.
The Cast of ‘The Flash’ on Why the Show Has Endured for Fans
‘The Flash’ is in its final season, and three members of the cast attended the 2023 Toronto Comicon to chat about the show. Carlos Valdes (wearing a Ramon Industries t-shirt), who appeared on the show for seven seasons as tech genius Cisco Ramon/Vibe, Danielle Panabaker, who played Caitlin Snow, Killer Frost, Frost and currently appears as Khione, and Robbie Amell, who guest starred as Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm/Deathstorm, took the stage together at the Racing to the Finish with The Flash Cast panel on the second day of the event.
Where did ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ Go Wrong?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe isn’t to everyone’s liking. And that’s alright—the whole point of a wide variety of entertainment media is that someone will hate one thing, but love something else. There is, however, no denying the appeal of the franchise. After all, Marvel Studios has been delivering films, shows, and specials consistently since 2008. Which is why we’re left with the question, what went wrong with ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’?
Book Review: ‘Blood Vengeance’ by Mary E. Twomey
Young adult fantasy fiction is a beloved genre, and Mary E. Twomey enters the fray with the ‘Forsaken Brotherhood’ series. Book 1 is ‘Blood Vengeance’, a story that follows Keran, a retired ‘trapper’ (vampire hunter) who’s dragged back into the world of fighting monsters when his best friend, Avet, re-enters his life with a case Keran cannot refuse.
Ranking the 'Baker Street Irregulars: The Game Is Afoot' Stories About Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes has never been far from popular imagination. His evolution from being Arthur Conan Doyle’s most clever creation to becoming synonymous with Benedict Cumberbatch is testament to his, and his creator’s, everlasting impact. What makes Holmes, and by extension, the cast of Doyle’s series, so enduring is the rounded ways they are written — intelligent, witty, stubborn, loyal and compelling.
Comic Book Review Round-Up – DC Comics Special
It’s weird, but this week I’ve ended up covering only DC Comics titles. My Comic Book Review Round-Up includes Superman: Leviathan Rising #1, Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1, Detective Comics Annual #2, The Wild Storm #23 and Heroes in Crisis #9.
Comic Book Review Round-Up–April Week 4, 2019
Last week of April, and we have three DC titles and two new ones from Marvel. From DC, I dive into The Wild Storm #22, Detective Comics #1002 and Heroes in Crisis #8. From Marvel, I’m checking out War of the Realms: Uncanny X-Men #1 and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge #1.
Comic Book Review Round-Up – February Week 4, 2019
This has been a fun week of comic book surprises. The Flash #65 ended "The Price" arc on an unexpected note, while Image Comics’ soon-to-be-released series, Ascender, was a refreshing start, as was Age of X-Man: X-Tremists #1. I also check out Heroes in Crisis #6, Punk Mambo #1, Star Trek: The Q Conflict #2, and the newest Captain Marvel series, Captain Marvel: Braver & Mightier #1.
Comic Book Review Round-Up—March Week 3, 2019
A new Comic Book Review Round-Up is here. This time we’ve got Nightwing #58, Batman #67, The Wild Storm #21 and The Life and Death of Toyo Harada #2. For this week’s Round-Up, I’ve eschewed my usual number ones section for an X-Men focus, featuring Uncanny X-Men #14, Age of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler #2, Age of X-Man: Nextgen #2.
Comic Book Review Round-Up—April Week 3, 2019
Week three of April and my Comic Book Review Round-Up takes a look at Batman #69, Nightwing #59, Uncanny X-Men #16, Star Trek: The Q Conflict #3 and Star Wars: Age of Rebellion Special #1. Usually, I would cover the latest Age of X-Man issue, but since that series continues to be a disappointment, I don’t want to foist more negativity on you. Without further ado, here are this week’s reviews.