Mister Miracle Review: A Mind-Bending Tour De Force Of Epic Proportions

What is the nature of reality? Is it what we touch, taste, smell and hear? Or is it simply the brain creating images for us in an endless cycle? These are the kind of questions that are asked in Tom King and Mitch Gerads’ Mister Miracle series, a graphic novel I’ve been waiting to read for a long time. Expanding on the universe of New Gods and Old Gods that legendary writer Jack Kirby created, Mister Miracle takes the reader of a mind-warping journey through the eyes of one of DC’s most obscure superheroes and reinvents him for a modern audience. Read on to find out why I think Mister Miracle is one of the most important comics of the decade. Continue reading “Mister Miracle Review: A Mind-Bending Tour De Force Of Epic Proportions”

Why Granny Goodness Has The Potential To Be The Greatest Female Supervillain In Comics

Comics feature some of the most recognisable villains in the history of pop culture. Everyone knows characters like The Joker and Doctor Doom because of their reputation or powers. There are memorable female supervillains as well, but few have been presented as having the level of danger that’s associated with characters like Thanos or Darkseid. A female supervillain who deserves to be placed in the same category as these heavy hitters is Granny Goodness.

As a general in Darkseid’s army and leader of the Female Furies, Granny Goodness is one of the most formidable supervillains to ever be created. I’m looking into why she has the potential to become a universe ending threat.

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Unleashing The Dog Of War With Orion

It’s no secret that Darkseid is one of the most powerful characters in comics. The Ruler of Apokolips has conquered everything in his path, so it’s only natural that his blood would have the same kind of power. Orion, the son of Darkseid, inherited his father’s dark nature. But unlike his father, he uses his powers to defend the weak. Orion’s struggle to manage his violent impulses make him an interesting character, and here’s a look into his history.

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