Tom can also pick his favorite 20 superheroes.
DC’s mystical mystery is a lot of things, but a particularly distinct character isn’t one of them for obvious reasons.
A special GCPD task force handles the things the regular cops, and even Batman, can’t handle alone in this DC book.
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
The embodiment of America has been a superhero, too.
This character may have been the first female superhero. Or its someone’s worst nightmare. Probably a bit of both.
The great 80s run of Suicide Squad continues.
Time travel is a tricky thing. Anyone who has ever had to deal with it in any sort of fictional capacity has to stop
Think about it: Casper the Friendly Ghost is really creepy. Not for the whole “wanting to be friends with people” thing, or even how
I have to admit, I’m shocked that a 2nd or 3rd tier hero like The Spectre even has a major motion picture, let alone