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Everyone, No One, Everywhere & Nowhere: A Darkman Comics Retrospective

Hello, my friends.  Over the years, the C-Cubed has seen its fair share of movie properties expanding itself into the world of comics.  From RoboCop, Die Hard and Bill & Ted to Shaun Of The Dead & Galaxy Quest, the realms of cinema has had a long-and-winding relationship within these four-walled panels.  Keeping with the spirit of celebrating the anniversaries of particular media franchises, it’s time that we delve into the past and unmask a partcular batch of tie-in materials that won’t fall apart after only 99 minutes.  As such, I welcome you to a special article called…

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Marvel Comics

Cinematic X-Pectations (Part 2): “X2” Tie-In Comics

Hello, my friends!  “The New Mutants” are finally upon us, but there’s still time to tackle one last batch of four-paneled materials related to 20th Century Fox’s two-decade long superhero series.  As such, let us delve into the final entry of this two-part review series called…

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Site Update! #12

Hello, my friends.  Despite the insanity going on within our world, I’m still going strong and giving you my thoughts upon the various forms of comic book-related media.  Before I delve into what I have planned for the rest of 2020, allow me to share my thoughts on the first half of this turbulent year.

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Marvel Comics

Cinematic X-Pectations (Part 1): “X-Men: The Movie” Tie-In Comics

Hello, my friends.  All of mutant-kind is about to reach the end of an entertainment era as we know it.  With “The New Mutants” set to cap off a long-running film series helmed by 20th Century Fox (known nowadays as the Disney-owned 20th Century Studios), let us celebrate this string of movies that had its fair share of high and low points.  As such, I intend on doing my part by looking back to the past and gandering at its supplementary material with a special series called…

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DC Comics

DC Universe Animated Original Movies (Part 37): Superman: Red Son

Hello, my friends.  A different kind of Cold War is ready to unfold upon the world, especially when a familiar Kryptonian is involved.  However, this isn’t the Kal-El that we’ve come to know from either this series’ specific string of interconnected flicks or even the regular universe from the comics.  When he’s left in charge, we’ll find out how the conflicting sparks will fly as I welcome you back to another entry of…

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DC Comics

DC Showcase (Part 6): Sgt. Rock

Hello, my friends.  It’s been in the trenches for the previous five years, but it’s time for the unexpected resurrection of what was originally a five-part series.  As such, let’s march into the surprising return of a particular streak of reviews known as…

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DC Comics

DC Universe Animated Original Movies (Part 36): Wonder Woman: Bloodlines

Hello, my friends.  No matter what kinds of turmoil life throws towards us, our familiar bonds will find a way to weather the tide and endure those massive hardships.  As such, it’s time for a familiar heroine to take the spotlight once again as I welcome you to another entry of…

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DC Comics

C-Cubed TV Review: “Birds Of Prey” (Part 3)

Hello, my friends.  The darkest hour is about to fall upon New Gotham, but our trio of street-tough heroines are looking to protects its streets through their exquisite combination of intellect and toughness.  As such, I welcome you to the final chapter of my series overview concerning the short-lived series known as…

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DC Comics

C-Cubed TV Review: “Birds Of Prey” (Part 2)

Hello, my friends.  There’s still no Caped Crusader in sight, but the dark streets of the familiar city continue to receive some superheroic protection with a fierce feminine touch.  As such, welcome back to my continued thoughts on the short-lived show called…

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DC Comics

C-Cubed TV Review: “Birds Of Prey” (Part 1)

Hello, my friends.  Well, February 2020 is a special time for DC as a particular street-level superheroine team has made the jump to the big screen.  While this is a momentous occasion for our crime-fighting ladies, it’s not the first time that this familiar group has ventured outside of comics and into other media.  In fact, the early 2000s gave them a brief bit of life on the small screen.  Considering that I haven’t actually seen any of it since it initially came out, I thought that it would be the right time to finally educate myself on the lone season of a show simply known as…