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Superman is faster than a speeding bullet. Wonder Woman has the blood of the gods and training of the Amazons. The Flash can best the top speed of animals and machines alike. Batman is rich. It's safe to say that the members of the Justice League can do incredible things.
The problems superheroes find themselves up against are unimaginable. Be it on a galactic or small-town scale, when things get tough, heroes look to their leaders. Leadership in comics comes in many forms. From the official head of a team to an individual trying to be a light in the chaos, the fate of worlds has rested on the shoulders of the comic book characters in power.
Whether you love or hate Valentine's Day, it's hard to ignore one of winter's most stressed over holidays. In honor of Cupid's big day, we're going to take a look at eight of DC's most memorable couples.
Opinion/ Editorial (Comics & Graphic Novels)
Since the introduction of Superman in 1938, when the earth is in danger, comic book superheroes spring into action. Often, heroes like those of the DC universe give everything to the cause, no matter the mental strain or personal cost.
In 1972, DC's personification of natural life and transformation emerged from the darkness of Louisiana swampland. Created by writer Len Wein and artist Berni Wrightson, Swamp Thing is a complex story of loss and rebirth.
TAROT MEANINGS IN THE DC UNIVERSE Written by: Kelly Gaines For those mystified by the world of psychic readings, tarot cards are a familiar sight. Though they began as playing cards in the 1400s, the tarot is a staple of modern divination.
Titans, currently streaming on DC Universe, features one of DC's most well known and well-liked superhero teams. The Teen Titans are getting another TV makeover- one rooted in a grittier and more cynical attitude than any of their previous incarnations. These Titans appear hardened, less naive, and
2018's Aquaman stars Jason Momoa, a goliath of an actor with roots as "Game of Thrones"' Khal Drogo and starring roles in "Frontier" and "Conan the Barbarian". Known for playing formidable renegades, He's far from what public opinion would have expected as DC's live-action Aquaman. To the average pe
Comic book superhero stories are rooted in impossible things. Science experiments gone horribly wrong, humanoid creatures with remarkable abilities, and alien invaders are all par for the course when it comes to following the adventures of costumed vigilantes. But in a medium woven of high-tech dang
2019 is going to be a landmark year for DC fans. Talent-driven new imprints and highly-anticipated titles are shaping this up to be DC's year. Before we can barrel ahead, 2018 deserves some parting love.
2019 marks an important milestone for Batman. Created in 1939 by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, Batman has become a global icon spanning cultures and languages beyond anything his creators could have dreamed. Batman has been defending Gotham for 80 years and shows no signs of retiring anytime soon.
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about us true crime seven mission Explore The Stories of The Murderous Minds True Crime Seven is about exploring the stories of the sinful minds in this world. From unknown murderers to serial killers. It is our goal to create a place for true crime enthusiasts to satisfy their morbid curiosities while sparking new ones.
A short story from Saint Joseph's University Literary Magazine: Crimson and Gray
Articles (TV and Film)
First airing in 2005, Avatar: The Last Airbender was a dazzling depiction of power and balance. Viewers watched Avatar Aang and his friends as they tried to navigate adolescence against the backdrop of a devastating war. As they traveled, the gang mastered their bending, took on enemy forces, and got to know citizens from all walks of life.
If you enjoyed Saturday morning cartoons back in the 1990's, chances are you've seen an episode of two of the Steven Spielberg produced Animaniacs. The 22-minute cartoon follows the misadventures of The Warner Siblings, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, as they distract and destroy their way across Burbank California and the unsuspecting world beyond.
If you're a SciFi fan, or just someone who stays up late perusing the wilderness of late night television, chances are you've heard of the Adult Swim mega hit Rick and Morty. Rick and Morty follows a super scientist grandfather and his less than intelligent grandson as they wreak havoc across the galaxy and multiple...
By Kelly Gaines Gotham by Gaslight is the feature-length 'Elseworlds' movie that nobody asked for. For anyone not familiar with DC's Elseworlds, they're similar to the Marvel ' What If ' titles. The short non-canonical stories range from funny to disturbing and change time, place, and sometimes e
There's a lot to cover on Wednesdays. We should know, as collectively, we read an insane amount of comics. Even with a large review staff, it's hard to get to everything. With that in mind, we're back with Wrapping Wednesday, where we look at some of the books we missed in what was another great week of comics.
By Kelly Gaines How do you tell your story when the rest of the world has already decided what your story is? If Hookah Girl is any indication, you do it with paper dolls- paper dolls, humor, and brazen honesty.
Mother Panic may work in Gotham, but she is not one of the Bat's people. Violet Page, a Gotham City socialite, has taken up the vigilante identity of Mother Panic to settle a personal score with the evil underside of the city's elite. Is she a hero?
By Kelly Gaines For fans of the current run of Mister Miracle, The depth of the relationship between Scott Free and Big Barda has been both refreshing and melancholy.
By Kelly Gaines DC's Young Animal imprint has added a new hero to their roster with the mysterious, nihilistic, and clinically depressed Eternity Girl #1 . Once an overachieving student, Caroline Sharp is recruited by an agency known as Alpha 13. Her devoted service royally screws Caroline when he
By Kelly Gaines Good news everyone! Sloan is alive and well, possibly homeless, and asking the police to turn a blind eye to the rogue superwoman that blew up his home. His wife and kids are fine too- if anyone was wondering. On to important matters.
By Kelly Gaines As suddenly as it began, DC's Milk Wars has ended. For a relatively short event, Milk Wars is loaded with references, ideologies, and narratives that need intense dissection to piece together completely. I wouldn't say that I'm disappointed, just a little frustrated with the amount
By Kelly Gaines I don't really know where to begin here. All my years of studying literature and critical theory have not prepared me for this. I've seen Wonder Woman breastfeed a Dustbuster. I didn't know that was something I should be afraid of experiencing- how could I?
By Kelly Gaines I used to think I was incredibly lucky in terms of friendship. I've always believed myself to be one of those fortunate few who have an infallible support system of loving companions who tough out the bad times and make the good times shine brighter.
By Kelly Gaines Comic anthologies might be my new thing. Floating Head #1 has fully converted me. These books are pure fun. Floating Head is for anyone who enjoys weird creatures and sci-fi misadventures.
By Kelly Gaines Comics like P M Buchan's Hangover are everything that's fun about picking up a title with no expectations, and I'm dead serious when I say I went in with NO expectations. I picked the book for a ridiculous and very me reason: I was hungover.
Marvel has reopened their vault to bring back a long-forgotten character, but maybe they shouldn't have. Doreen Green is Squirrel Girl, a Marvel superheroine with all the powers of a squirrel trying to navigate her freshman year of college while also working as a full-time vigilante.
In this internet fueled era, maintaining social media profiles has become a necessity for any business looking to stay above the competition. Sites like Twitter and Facebook have allowed CEO's to talk directly to their customers, and create a welcoming public image to draw in a larger clientele.