The Death of Superman storyline from 1992-1993 is iconic in its portrayal of the Last Son of Krypton finally meeting his end at the hands of the monster Doomsday. The comic was reprinted numerous times because it continually sold out. There have been a couple attempts to make an animated movie based on this story. The live action Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie vaguely had some components with Doomsday character and Superman’s death, but it was poorly executed. This animated movie however, gets much closer to the comic book story. The animation is well done and several plots were included in this feature that made it much more meaningful. Check out my thoughts on this to this first part of this two part movie.


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There are only a handful of movies that can make me cry like a baby, and Big Eden is one of them. The story revolves around Henry Hart played by Arye Gross. He is a New York artist who finds out that his grandfather has just suffered from a stroke. Henry drops everything and goes home to help nurse him back to health. There he sees that his hometown is very accepting and open town to him as a gay man. He finds love in two different directions and both can lead down different paths. This is a great heartfelt movie. Check out my thoughts on it in the attached video, but there are major spoilers, so be warned!


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It’s comic book day! We get a new Avengers series, because of course we do. This time we get to see the Avengers from 1,000,000 years ago. I admit it is cool to see a younger Odin with the Phoenix force and other entities of the past all teaming up to fight off the Celestials. Other comics in this video include, Batman #47, DC Nation #0, X-Men Gold #27, Infinity Countdown #3, Weapon Lost #1, Action Comics #1 Special. Check out my thoughts on these comics in the attached video.


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Oh my glob! It’s the Blue Power Ranger from the Mighty Morphin Power Ranger Legacy 6 Inch figures. This is a very cool figure, thank you Terry for this figure. You are so badass for getting me this figure. Check out my thoughts on this figure. I’m not the most knowledgeable on the Power Ranger series, but I am for sure a huge fan of it.


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What if you had to “come out” twice? We learn how this could happen when a teenage kid learns he’s got superpowers. Richie Sorensen is just coming to grips with that fact that he’s gay. Now he has learn how to be a superhero too. How’s he going to cope with this? Here are my thoughts on this first issue of Spectrum from TwoGargs.com
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This was written by writer: Michael McAdams

Drawn by: Jeremy Thew

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Previously – FabMan recruited seven superheroes that are part of the LGBT community to form their own superhero team. They are not cohesive as a unit, yet. This issue, Wolf, who happens to be the only member of the team with no superpowers, attempts to train them so that they can work together. There is also a menacing threat in the background that will come to light very soon.

This issue is written by Joe Glass and illustrated by Gavin Mitchell

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It’s comic book day! It is not the best of comic book days out there, but still we get a couple comics that are worthwhile to read. Particularly with Wonder Woman Annual #1 and Cable #1. Both of those were good reads. Also, Biff to the Future #5 was a good blend of dark/sad/funny. Teen Titans Special #1 was ok in it’s conclusion to the Lazarus Contract storyline. And more!

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The New 52 animated universe is not my particular favorite animated universe. But the Judas Contract is not quite as bad as I thought it would be. I was pleasantly entertained and enjoyed this movie. Maybe it was because Damian wasn’t the central figure this time around. Regardless, I do recommend watching this. It is not the best of the DC Animated movies, but it was by far not the worst either.

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