The Batwoman TV series is on the horizon, so Andrew, Mick and Rob thought it would be interesting to explore the character’s rather strange history, and in order to do that we have to go back to the original Batwoman, which isn’t the current Batwoman.
The first Saturday of May has passed, and as is traditional the 4-Panel gang take a break from their usual shenanigans to pan for gold in the river of free comic books. So what nuggets (golden or otherwise), did Andrew and the back-from-overseas Rob find?
Computer graphics have become the norm in animation thanks to their versatility and efficiency, but there are certain types of CG animation that some people just don’t like. With that in mind, Rob and Andrew investigate cel-shaded CG animation and some of the possible reasons
Comics can be a fantastic doorway into another world, they can be a tool for telling compelling visual stories, and they can be a plodding pedestrian mess, of less interest than a documentary about beige paint drying. Once you’ve read a few of these text-laden
It’s time for another bout of hot comics and manga action, but before Andrew and Producer Rob start wallowing in their piles of graphic literature there just enough time to have a chat about Iron Fist headlining Marvel’s presentation at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con,
It’s all change in the world of superhero movies with Joss Whedon replacing Zack Snyder at the helm of Justice League, the possible addition of Namor and Beta Ray Bill to the MCU, and other stuff. Our featured comics are Rocket #1, Superwoman #1 to
CONTAINS SPOILERS When I first heard of the casting of Gal Gadot as Wonder Women I had mixed feelings. Part of me thought that DC was just casting a beautiful woman to counteract the amount of testosterone in the Justice League but thankfully Gal Gadot
Superheroes have traditionally been about wish-fulfillment. Bumbling Clark Kent is really the invincible Superman, nerdy Peter Parker is the amazing Spider-Man, the weak and puny Bruce Banner is the Incredible Hulk, and so on. The idea goes that a young male audience reading this kind
The comic-book apocalypse may be closer than we think as Russia gets its first live-action superhero movie, and Marvel acknowledge Jack Kirby by giving him his own week. Our featured comics and manga are All New, All Different Avengers #13, Superman: Rebirth #1, Justice League:
We return to the realms of sequential art to discuss the worst X-Man ever, Garth Ennis’ new series “Johnny Red”, Gorilla Grod, Killer Frost and the new Firestorm in The Flash TV series, a new comic in development called “Bruce Lee: The Dragon Rises” and