Tag: Comic Book Adaptation

Y THE LAST MAN S01E05 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E05 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E05

Y The Last Man S01E05 is the fifth episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E04 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E04 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E04

Y The Last Man S01E04 is the fourth episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E01 – S01E03 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E01 – S01E03 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E01 - S01E03

Y The Last Man S01E01 – S01E03 are the first three episodes of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Hulu based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The first three episodes constitute half of the entire first season and hopefully there will be a second season considering the original comic book series lasted 60 issues. 

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THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY (ANALYSIS)THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY (ANALYSIS)

The Dark Knight Trilogy Analysis begins …

Christopher Nolan’s much vaunted Dark Knight Trilogy consisted of Batman Begins (BB), The Dark Knight (TDK) and The Dark Knight Rises (TDKR). The trilogy has been credited for legitimising superhero movies after the damage done by the campy Batman Forever and Batman and Robin.

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CONSTANTINE (2005) REVIEWCONSTANTINE (2005) REVIEW

Constantine, a 2005 horror movie starring Keanu Reeves.

The character of John Constantine began life as a supporting cast member of DC Comics’ Saga of the Swamp Thing series, in the mid-80s. Created by Alan Moore at the behest of Swamp Thing artists Stephen Bissette, John Totleben and Rick Veitch, the trench-coated, chain-smoking, cynical magician would become popular enough to merit his own solo series – Hellblazer – in 1988.

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PoP20 | SUPERHERO FILM : THE DARK KNIGHT (2008)PoP20 | SUPERHERO FILM : THE DARK KNIGHT (2008)

Christopher Nolan’s game-changing Dark Knight is a decade old! Here’s my contemporaneous review. 

It makes a whole lot of sense that the second film in Christopher Nolan’s reboot of the Batman franchise is called The Dark Knight. After all, Frank Miller’s Dark Knight Returns revived the moribund comic book industry (together with Watchmen) and challenged fans to take the super hero a bit more seriously than before.

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