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The <i>Voice</i>‘s Favorite Superhero Movies

The Voice‘s Favorite Superhero Movies

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11/17/2017

With the much-anticipated Justice League finally rolling around to theaters, we assemble the team in the name of all that is comic booky goodness. Here are some of our picks for the best superhero movies! Iron Man (2008) I was probably around 10 years old when my dad took me to the theatres to watch Iron Man,…

The Darkest Night

The Darkest Night

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09/29/2017

Everything I needed to know in life, I learned from Batman. Ok, everything might be a stretch. What I mean by that statement is that of the countless memorable lines of dialogue from Christopher Nolan’s sublime Dark Knight trilogy, one particular quote from 2005’s Batman Begins has stuck with me. Bruce Wayne tells his trusty…

<i>The Lego Batman Movie</i> Builds a Better Batman

The Lego Batman Movie Builds a Better Batman

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02/22/2017

The Lego system has served as a building block for many people’s childhoods. With Legos, children and adults can create while limited only by the bricks in hand and the ideas in mind. Buildings are built, worlds are created—and then more bricks are needed. The possibility of Lego must have been attractive to game designers…

Don’t Give Up on DC Just Yet

Don’t Give Up on DC Just Yet

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08/25/2016

Let’s face it, when it comes to the DC Universe, it’s a post-Christopher Nolan Batman world. The gauntlet was thrown down by his trilogy, particularly the second and third films that grossed over $1,000,000,000 each. Ignoring the fact that this is the only live-action Batman film series that “adolescent” audiences have ever been exposed to…

Fox's Gotham shows promise

Fox's Gotham shows promise

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12/01/2014

Gotham’s mission — appealing to Batman and DC fans without showing the Dark Knight himself — was always going to be a difficult one. Now that the show has run half of its first season, one has to wonder if it still has a chance to complete that task. The show’s developer, Bruno Heller, entered…

Gotham Presents a Fresh Origin Story

Gotham Presents a Fresh Origin Story

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09/24/2014

Over the last decade, comic book heroes have found their home on the silver screen. While Marvel has created an empire in movie theaters, DC Comics has carved out a niche in television to go along with their struggling movie franchise. Arrow, The CW’s Green Arrow-based program, has found success in its first two seasons…

Harley Quinn’s Craziness Is Outstanding

Harley Quinn’s Craziness Is Outstanding

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04/15/2014

Character development in the superhero genre is harder than you would think. With numerous writers and artists presenting the cape and cowl crowd over and over again, it’s hard for radical changes and development in a character to really have lasting power. Sometimes, these changes are not done for the right reason or are just…

The Life and Times of Two Face

The Life and Times of Two Face

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04/08/2014

Writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason’s Batman and Two-Face #28 issue is not only an absolutely fantastic comic in itself, but it is also a stellar conclusion to a five-issue mini-series of Batman’s first interaction with the duality-based villain, Two-Face. It’s not only beautifully drawn, but goes into a great amount of intimate…

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