Since its release, the film Logan has been widely considered among consideration for the best film in the X-Men franchise. The Mark Millar comic that it was based on, Old Man Logan, deserves similar consideration.
Comic books aren’t always shallow. In the case of Hulk, Christians have a great deal to learn about how we approach emotional trauma and Christians that struggle with it.
The greatest test of the secondary characters of the Batman mythos has always been how to stand apart. Sure, people like Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood, etc., but is that just an extension of the Dark Knight? And if so, are these characters actually good, or are they just a knock-off stand-in similar to shoddy fan fiction?
If you thought the Joker was dead, you were dead wrong.
What does it take to become a full-fledged superhero?
Snyder’s newest tale is a tall order, dropping an epic return of one of DC’s most formidable villains, but it’s hard to find interest when the story doesn’t slow down enough for us to appreciate what’s happening.
Can a hero kill and still be a hero?