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Top 5 DC Rebirth Titles You Should Read!

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I hope DC hasn’t lost its touch after all of the attention Marvel's been getting recently, therefore I decided to suggest the top 5 DC Rebirth titles you should start reading today! And by the way, I will be excluding mini-series or events such as 'The Button' and 'Doomsday Clock'. Don’t forget to comment below your thoughts on the action.   5. Wonder Woman                                                             Greg Rucka tells a completely new Wonder Woman tale in the rebirth series. With new information on her origins, Diana has never looked more astonishing.   4. Titans     With the return of the missing Wally West, the original Titans are back with a bang! Written by Brett Booth, the new Titans storylines will prove...
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Lost Siegel and Shuster Superman Story to Be Published

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Lost Siegel and Shuster Superman Story to Be Published In New  Action Comics #1000: 80 Years of Superman  Hardcover Book Special Collection of Superman Stories and Essays is Part of DC’s Star-Studded  ACTION COMICS #1000 Celebration Edited by Paul Levitz with a New Jim Lee Cover and an All-Star Talent Line-up Including Laura Siegel Larson, Jules Feiffer, Gene Luen Yang, Al Plastino, Otto Binder, Curt Swan, Marv Wolfman, John Byrne, Dick Giordano, Grant Morrison, Len Wein, Carmine Infantino and More! A new hardcover book, ACTION COMICS #1000: 80 YEARS OF SUPERMAN, is being published by DC Entertainment as part of its celebration of the one-thousandth issue of ACTION COMICS—the longest continually published comic book of its kind in history, the series that introduced Superman to the world and the title that launched the superhero genre. The collection features a series of essays and iconic Superman stories edited by former DC Publisher...
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JUSTICE LEAGUE REVIEW

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Hot on the heels of the Marvel Studios box office hit Thor Ragnarok, resident teen blogger IzzyLFC gives Geek Genie his low down on DC's Justice League movie.   Some of comicdom's greatest characters must unite to save the world from an alien threat. After mixed feelings with DC's fledgling extended universe, fans flock to the box office to watch DC's biggest movie to date. Finally, the Justice League is here! Synopsis: Batman and Wonder Woman are uniting a team of extraordinary characters with enhanced abilities to stop an invasion of Parademons lead by Steppenwolf. The Justice League have to stop the enemy from collecting limitless power sources called Mother boxes. Can they succeed in saving the world once more? Positives: Exciting easter eggs Good costumes and effects Action scenes were amazing Negatives: No detail on character backgrounds Small scale battle compared to movies such as The Avengers Steppenwolf seemed...
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Hawkman: Still Flying After Seventy-Eight Years

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Revelation often comes with a thunderclap, and forces one to take notice. Sometimes it comes quietly, during a quiet afternoon, with a casual view out the window, a small bird, and a tiny twig. Whether it starts with a loud shout or a quiet flutter, a revelation can become something that grabs hold and never lets go. Starting with Gardner Fox’s inspiration in the late 1930s, a character quietly came into existence and even after seventy-eight years, with the amazing creativity and talents of many writers and artists, it still thrives to this day. Gardner Fox has told the story of how he was sitting in his workplace and looking out the window when he noticed a small bird fly by, pick up a twig and fly off. This was the inspiration for the hero we know as Hawkman. When Hawkman was created, there’s no telling how Gardner Fox expected...
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The Top 10 Graphic Novels of all Time!

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By IzzyLFC Comic book charachters are now more popular today than ever before, thanks to Film and TV as well as the comic industry's best creators. However it all started with 20-page magazines starring iconic characters like Superman, Batman, Captain America and Spiderman. I'm looking at the greatest graphic novels ever to be written. Do you agree?!   10. Crisis on Infinite Earths – Marv Wolfman                             Probably DC comics' biggest event ever, Marv Wolfman creates a masterpiece with Crisis. Featuring the first appearance of probably the most powerful villain ever, The Anti-Monitor, this 12-issue series was a crisis since two of DC's most loved characters died protecting not only the world or even the universe but the multiverse. Both Supergirl and Flash die protecting the ones they love. 9. Blackest Night – Geoff Johns    ...
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