Yes, it’s fun… but in a smug, arch way that prevents it from being anywhere near as much fun as it clearly thinks it is.
Don’t like what your best friend since toddlerhood is saying to you? Go ahead – knee ‘im inna nuts!
A very odd, but interesting, take on Black Canary.
I haven’t seen so constipated a set of facial expressions since Barbara Bain on Space:1999…
Tony Keen talks about the “dead tree” version of DC’s online-first Wonder Woman series…
Together Again For The First Time – Scooby-Doo and Wonder Woman! Submit To Loving Authority and read all about it.
Predictably, Will Morgan has something to say about the introduction of the Metal Men into the New 52. Unpredictably – it’s something good!
Kudos to James Tynion IV and Scott Snyder for providing adequate infodump for new readers – that, after all, is one of the things these “Zero Issues” are supposed to be for. What they’ve sadly failed to do is make us care about the subject of all this data.
Against the standards Nolan has set himself, Dark Knight Rises doesn’t rise far enough, and must be considered the least of the trilogy, and the worst of all of Nolan’s movies.
For those who favour soundbite explanations, this final part of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy comes across as a mash-up of David Fincher’s Fight Club and Brecht’s anti-Nazi allegory The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui. (Contains spoilers.)