Tag Archives: DC comics

Is It Worth It? – Legion Of Super-Heroes



  Welcome to another edition of Is It Worth It? Where we select something from comic book pop culture and inform YOU, our loyal Listers, if it’s worth your time and money, or not. For this episode, we will be taking a journey into the far future with DC comics Legion of Super-Heroes written by … Continue reading Is It Worth It? – Legion Of Super-Heroes


Current Issues – Episode 6 (May/June 2020)



  Welcome to another edition of My Big Fat Pull List’s Current Issues. Our top stories for this episode include a discussion regarding the return of comic books back in shops, DC Comics decision to break ties with Diamond Publishing, the unfortunate passing of the legendary Denni O’Neil, and a revisit to some of our … Continue reading Current Issues – Episode 6 (May/June 2020)


Observe & Report: TITANS Season One



  Greetings Listers! Today on My Big Fat Pull List we are going to explore the world of Titans! No, not the mythical kind, we’re talking about the DC kind. Not to be confused with the animated Teen Titans, DC’s Titans is a darker, more adult themed version of the source material. And you’ll get … Continue reading Observe & Report: TITANS Season One


“Understanding DC Comics – Episode 2: Crisis On Infinite Earths!”



  Major events are something of a regular occurance in modern superhero comics. We’re use to seeing at least one company wide crossover event happening each year, as well as smaller events taking place inside individual titles. But none compare to the historical significance of the FIRST MAJOR COMIC EVENT. This was no mere team-up … Continue reading “Understanding DC Comics – Episode 2: Crisis On Infinite Earths!”


Top Ten Favorite Announcements From SDCC 2019



  San Diego Comic Con. THE comic book, film, television and pop culture event of the year. For some, a yearly chance to let their geek flag fly. For others, a live altering experience like no other. For most, an unattainable goal, an unreachable star.  If you find yourself in the later section, like we … Continue reading Top Ten Favorite Announcements From SDCC 2019


Comic Event Fatigue!



This will change things…FOREVER! It’s phrases like that which grab a comic book readers attention. When we’re told that a character that we’ve grown up loving for so long is going to be put through a core shaking, life altering event, we grow concerned. What could possibly bend the unbendable, break the unbreakable? Three words … Continue reading Comic Event Fatigue!


Elseworlds and What Ifs?



Alternate Realities. Parallel Universes. Infinite Multiverses. These concepts have become a staple of the modern day superhero comic book story. With series like DC’s Elseworlds and Marvel’s What If…?, readers get the opportunity to see their favorite characters, stories and events play out differently than they had seen before. Questions can be asked, such as … Continue reading Elseworlds and What Ifs?


Our Giant-Size Annual!



Comic book annuals have been around for a long time, but the attention they receive, especially today, are a mixed bag, compared to their ongoing titles. At their height, annuals cronicalled the most important stories of our favorite characters. And at their lowest… filler stories given to “new” talent to test their skills. To comic … Continue reading Our Giant-Size Annual!


V for Vendetta (The Graphic Novel) VERSUS V for Vendetta (The 2005 Movie)



Remember, remember, The Versus Machine Podcast in November – and the New Year! Don’t miss out on OUR contrast and comparison session of V for Vendetta (The Graphic Novel) VERSUS V For Vendetta (the feature film from 2005) tonite! Tell us what YOU think here and we’ll include details inside our ALL FAN INPUT later … Continue reading V for Vendetta (The Graphic Novel) VERSUS V for Vendetta (The 2005 Movie)


Revamping Bat-Villains



When it comes to super villains in comic books, the norm for the longest time was make them colorful looking so they pop of the page and don’t give them too complicated of a backstory. Simple and eye catching. Once television and animation became a factor, comic book fans were seeing their favorite characters acted … Continue reading Revamping Bat-Villains