Tag Archives: Batman

Girls With Issues: Episode 14

10 Dec

Happy Tuesday and just in time for lucky number 13! We are live with Episode 14!

This week we talk…

Earth 2 inhumanity velvet

Earth 2 #18

Inhumanity #1

Velvet #2

Also news that hit the wire:

Magneto get’s his own book NOW!

Doomsday in Batman/Superman?

And CW wants more teen superheroes making out in Young Justice

All this and wonderful banter on Girls With Issues

PS Stop by our Itunes page and give us a review for a shout-out of gratefulness on next week’s episode.

Stay geeky friends!

All images courtesy of Comixology and Dark Horse

Girls With Issues: Episode 13

3 Dec

Happy Tuesday and just in time for lucky number 13! We are live with Episode 13!

This week we talk…

Damian son of batman wolverine x-men Sidekicks

Damian Son of Batman #2

Wolverine and the X-Men #38

Sidekick #4

Also news that hit the wire:

Ghost rider is now behind the wheel

Spidey has plenty of villains

And What would Marvel look like on Ice, minus the ice

All this and wonderful banter on Girls With Issues

PS Stop by our Itunes page and give us a review for a shout-out of gratefulness on next week’s episode.

Stay geeky friends!

All images courtesy of Comixology and Dark Horse

The Girl’s Pull List 10/30

30 Oct

Alrighty Comic Fans it’s wednesday and you know what that means… New Comic Day! Here’s books we’re excited to check out. What about you? What are you reading?

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Damian Son of Batman
Written by Andy Kubert Art by Andy Kubert
Teen Titans Annual #2
Written by Scott Lobdell Art by Angel Unzueta
Superior Spider-Man #20
Written by Dan Slott Art by Ryan Stegman
X-Men Battle of the Atom #2
Written by Brian Bendis Art by Frank Cho
Superior Spider-Man Team Up Special #1
Written by Mike Costa Art by Michael Dialynsas
Saga #15
Written by Brian K Vaughan Art by Fiona Staples

Episode 8

29 Oct

Monday has come and gone, time for some easy listening and geeking out! Episode 8 is live and let’s get down to comic talk.

This week we talk

Justice League #24

Wolverine and the X-Men #37 (Battle of the Atom Pt. 9)

Velvet #1

Pretty Deadly #1

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Also news that hit the wire:

Loki looks like a lady,

Batman buys American,

Wonder Woman can play with the boys, but not on her own,

Dr. Strange is about to become familiar,

Arrow gets some more Firefly hand-me-downs. 

All this and wonderful banter on Girls With Issues
PS Stop by our Itunes page and give us a review for a shout-out of gratefulness on next week’s episode.

Stay geeky friends!

All images courtesy of Comixology and Dark Horse

The Girl’s Pull List 10/16

16 Oct

Alrighty Comic Fans it’s wednesday and you know what that means… New Comic Day! Here’s books we’re excited to check out. What about you? What are you reading?

Superior Spider-Man Battle of the Atom #8 Hawkeye Red Hood and the Outlaws Batman/Superman Six Gun Gorilla Doc OcK #2 Brain BoyBatwoman Guardians of the Galaxy

Superior Spiderman #19
Written by Dan Slott   Art by Ryan Stegman
Uncanny X-Men #13
Written by Brian Bendis Art by Chris Bachalo
Hawkeye #13
Written by Matt Fraction Art by David Aja
Red Hood and the Outlaws #24
Written by James Tynion Art by Julius Lopez
Batman/Superman #4
Written by Greg Pak Art by Jae Lee
Six Gun Gorilla #5
Written by Simon Spurrier Art by Jeff Stokely
Indestructible Hulk Special #1
Written by Michael Costa Art by Jake Wyatt
Brain Boy #2
Written by Fred Van Lente Art by R.B Silvia
Batwoman #24
Written by J.H. Williams Art by Trevor McCarthy
Guardians of the Galaxy #7
Written by Brian Bendis Art by Sara Pichelli

Warner Bros. Regrets Missing the Boat

8 Oct

Superman_Batman_LogoIn a recent keynote interview between Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara and Bruce Ramer at the USC Gould School of Law he spoke a little about his thoughts on the lack of DC superhereos on the big screen.  He goes so far as to say other Batman and Superman franchises had been “missed opportunity,” but added that the studio had “huge plans for a number of other DC properties on TV.” Perhaps one hint in that direction: “We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”

That’s hopeful for all Wonder Woman fans as they have been clamoring for her to get a solo movie for quite some time now. Fingers crossed it won’t be too far behind the Batman versus Superman Movie.

And if you are keeping up with any potential Wonder Woman movie news, we direct you attention to the recent trailer produced by Rainfall takes a look at what a 300 style Wonder Woman could look like.

Share your thoughts readers, did Warner Bros. drop the ball on franchises? Will they ever be able to redeem themselves? Do we really want a 300 style Wonder Woman?

Quotes courtesy of hollywoodreporter.com
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