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Graphic Novel Review: Supergirl – Being Super

Publisher- DC Comics Published- 5th June 2018 ISBN: 978-1401268947 208 Pages; Colour RRP- £10.99 Story- Mariko Tamaki Artist- Joelle Jones Inker (chapter one)- Sandu Florea Colourist- Kelly Fitzpatrick Letterer- Saida Temofonte Series and collection cover artists- Joelle Jones, Kelly Fitzpatrick. Being Super perfectly sums up this 2018 release from DC Comics. Being Super is the story of Kara (Supergirl), a coming of age tale of loss, love, adventure and being torn between two worlds. Kara is shaken by an earthquake which tears through her hometown of Midvale. She gradually begins to uncover secrets from her past even though she tried
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Good Guys Always Win – A Look At Comic Book Heroes

Nope, I’m not talking about Chucky. I’m talking about the protagonists, the heroes, the virtuous, the righteous, and often times even the squares. If you’re like me, born in the 80’s but grew up in the 90’s, you thought that the good guys of your childhood were a little corny, a little dry, and the term goodie good also comes to mind. However, the majority of the time you were on their side because of course you didn’t want Rita Repulsa destroying Angel Grove with a crayfish monster. There wasn’t much nuance back then, it was very clear who was
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Video of Ezra Miller Reveals Details on a Solo Flash Film: A Different DC Universe

An interview of Ezra Miller has been unearthed from 2018, talking about the solo Flash movie. In this interview, he explains that there could be a pivotal change within the DCEU. Check it out below. [NEW] Ezra Miller talking about ‘The Flash’ film, why production has taken so long, and how the film will be like a “gift to dc/flash fans”. pic.twitter.com/4ISnIC6sR5 — Flashsolo Updates (@FlashsoloNews) February 23, 2019 “We’re talking about sparking a whole new universe. It’s not just the DC multiverse. It’s also the speedster multiverse.” Now, there hasn’t been much news in regards to this Flash solo
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DC Announces Brand New Comic Event ‘DCeased’

DC Comics has recently announced a brand new event series coming from Tom Taylor, best known for his work on DC’s own Injustice series and his work on Marvels X-Men Red, with artwork from Trevor Hairsine, James Harren, and Stefano Gaudiano. Taylor himself has been dropping teasers for the event for up to a week now, hinting that the comic will be even more intense than his Injustice series, based off the brutal fighting game which shares its name. Here is the event’s official synopsis: “A mysterious techno-virus has been released on Earth, infecting 600 million people and turning them
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