DC Comics has always used their Vertigo line as a vehicle to tell stories for mature readers and The Kitchen is no exception. Set in 1970s Hell’s Kitchen, New York, The Kitchen puts a twist on traditional mob stories by making a group of women the mob bosses. This gives the story a fresh feeling even when it dives […]
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After Superman and Batman, who would have guessed Swamp Thing would be the third DC Comics superhero adapted for a feature length film? That’s exactly what happened when director Wes Craven tackled the 1982 Swamp Thing film. Craven, known for his work on A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, wrote and directed the low-budget action flick. In 2013, Shout! Factory released […]
Before Harry Potter came around, there was a different young boy who learned of his great destiny as a magician. The Books of Magic by Neil Gaiman tell that story. Timothy Hunter is just a “normal” twelve year old boy trying to get by. That is, until he is visited by a group of magicians who tell […]
After a one season hiatus following the ending of Smallville in 2011, DC Comics has exploded on to TV screens in recent years. Arrow debuted in 2012, which has helped lead to a string of hits on the small screen. Currently, there are 9 DC Comics TV shows on air, with several more in development. A total of 21 […]