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    ‘Justice League’ (review) at Forces Of Geek


    Have we broken through? Have the rough drafts been scrapped and the iterations of the Batmobile reached a point where it won’t loose a wheel?

    Folks, I think we’re there, and Justice League and the DC cinematic universe has figured itself out. Is it perfect?

    Far from it, but my prep for the film came in the form of watching Avengers: Age of Ultron and Wonder Woman.

    My logic being, let’s take what we have to build on and look forward from there. Zack Snyder’s Justice Leaguehad the advantage (through very shitty circumstances) of being punched up by Joss Whedon and also the distinct pleasure of being the next chapter to Gal Gadot’s and Patty Jenkins’s incredible Wonder Womanmovie from earlier this year.

    Sure, I’ve been a Man of Steel apologist, and perhaps you might judge me for going against the grain by also championing Suicide Squad so take my ringing Justice League endorsement with a grain of salt, certainly. I can’t blame you for that. I’ve also spent a few Sunday afternoons with Batman v Superman: Ultimate Edition because I wanted to. You aren’t the boss of me!



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    Cosmic Treadmill #1: THE NEED FOR SPEED - FORCES OF GEEK

    Today, I debut a new comics column on Forces of Geek! COSMIC TREADMILL.

    Cosmic Treadmill: THE NEED FOR SPEED


    (Stefan made another awesome icon, thanks man!)

    This is the first installment of my new regular comics feature here on Forces of Geek.

    The comic book industry can be tough to keep up with, like a treadmill someone else is controlling from a back room somewhere.

    Cosmic Treadmill may keep you up-to-date with news about exciting creator switches, new book announcements, company wide events or the coolest Kickstarter announcements.  Sometimes, the treadmill might go back in time to look at master works of the past (ahem, Jack Kirby or Wally Wood for instance!), back issue bin finds and also reviews of Comic Con trade paperback finds from the weird to the wonderful and the bizarre. There is no place on Earth and Time where this may not go. We will stretch across the universe and cross-time alternate universes while our little legs keep pumping along.

    We hope you can keep up!

    You may be able to tell, we’re Flash fans.

    From Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver in 2009’s Flash: Rebirth all the way back to classic Carmine Infantino and Joe Kubert’s 1956 Showcase #4 we look at the world differently when you can imagine popping out the red suit from your ring and running to save the world in the blink of an eye.





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    DigBoston and LeaguePodcast Comic Book Picks of the Week! August 17, 2011

    I’m posting a day early! Vacation! Enjoy!


    What is this, the 90s? With band reunions being the thing to do, DC Comics aims to pique the interest of the Grunge generation with the Retroactive 90s one shots. Wally West is the Fastest Man Alive, confusing fans of the Elfman-scored Flash TV show starring John Wesley-Shipp in DC Retroactive The Flash - The 90s. …Matt Murdock, also known as Marvel’s Daredevil, has really gone through some stuff. Murder, betrayal, ninjas, intrigue! Mark Waid is letting Matt breathe a little easier and “”tweaking the adventure-to-depression ratio a bit and letting Matt win again”. We’re onboard for another issue in Daredevil #2. …Cats, dogs, and bunnies are mad cute, amiright? How about Tinker, Bandit, and Pirate, our furry pals that can talk and have been weaponized by a secret government agency! You can’t get any cuter than Morisson and Quitely’s We3 Deluxe Edition Hardcover! …Picks this week from


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