Some heroes are born. Some are created. Some are destined for greatness. And then there’s Deadpool. Marvels’ most popular anti-hero hits cinemas next week, and we’ve got your questions covered.
I’m going to be honest with you: Comic book collecting isn’t a sound investment strategy.
The answer, is a very definite maybe.
With the original Batman out of action following the events of Endgame, Gotham has a new dark knight patrolling its streets, and a new threat in the form of Bloom. Eventually, he’ll need to be taken down by the current capeless crusader.
Image Comics in 2015 was a take-no prisoners publisher that was printing fantastical stories that stretched genres and went big with ideas. Curious to read some? Well goods news for your wallet then.
Lego-engines to full Boy Wonder! This Dark Knight has a Lego city to construct and save!
Love it or hate it, but there’s no denying the massive impact that Civil War had on the Marvel comics universe back in 2006 and beyond. More than just a simple excuse to see your favourite heroes set forums ablaze when they went at each other, Civil War created a new status quo that rocked the Marvel Universe for years afterwards. Time for a sequel then.
They’ve taken on Handsome Jack, the freelance police known as Sam and Max, the Walking Dead and the fairy-tale denizens of Fables. But for their next episodic game series, Telltale is headed to Gotham City to put their stamp on a certain dark knight.
Reading material is more than just glossy paper in an age that is sorely bereft of two-ply comforts. It’s a gateway to improving your vault dweller, upping their skills and making them a lean and mean bartering machine! Here’s where you can find some word power in the wasteland of Fallout 4.
The real Green Lantern isn’t Deadpool in a horribly animated super-suit. Green Lantern is cocky, bold and willing to take risks. He’s the original man without fear, a space-cop with jurisdiction over not just our planet, but an entire quadrant of the galaxy. And he also wields the most formidable weapon in the galaxy.
I’d sell Geoff’s organs to one day meet the legend that is Stan Lee, but who knows if that’ll ever happen. The next best thing however? A mini-Stan Lee to kidnap I mean acquire and tell my figures: ‘Nuff said.
Imagine being on the wrong side of a Batman who also happens to be especially grumpy on the night before Christmas. That’s the idea behind Batman: Noel, which placed a Dark Knight spin on a Christmas Carol. Yes, Batman was essentially Ebenezer Scrooge, but with more leather, Batarangs and fist-based justice. It was awesome.