Deadshirt is Reading: Green Arrow, Dark Knight Returns, andCivil War!

Deadshirt Is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers, and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on Big Two cape titles, creator-owned books, webcomics and more. Andrew Niemann is reading… Green Arrow #1 Written by Benjamin Percy Art by Otto Schmidt Colored by Otto Read More …

X-Education With Professor K: Wolverine #1-4 (1982)

With the release of the first X-Men film in 2000, audiences not only witnessed the dawn of the modern day superhero film boom, but also the beginning of a complicated franchise that would span sixteen years and nine films. With X-Men: Apocalypse on the horizon, Kayleigh Hearn and a Read More …

Stale Popcorn: Daredevil (2003)

Film is an entertainment medium that, by its very nature, tends to reward the viewer in rewatch. Sometimes movies even reveal to us how we’ve grown or changed since we last saw them. Our own Max Robinson reassesses old favorites, seasonal classics and the occasional oddball lost under the couch in his monthly Read More …

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is Stylish but Uneven [Review]

In the second installment of director Robert Rodriguez’s adaptation of Frank Miller’s comics, slick visuals reign as the streamlined glory of the first film is muddied by a jumbled storyline. Its release delayed for nearly a year, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For flickers across the silver Read More …

Deadshirt Is Reading… Foxes, Raccoons, & Dames

Deadshirt Is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on a diverse array of comics, from name-brand cape titles to creator-owned books to webcomics. Christina Harrington is reading… The Fox: Freak Magnet (TPB) Written by Dean Haspiel Read More …

Going Back to the Future with Miller and Simonson’s Robocop Versus The Terminator [Review]

Inter-company crossovers are something of a hallowed tradition in comics. Publishers like Marvel and DC would temporarily put aside their winking sniping and publish high page count, low continuity one-shots like Superman Vs. The Amazing Spider-Man: The Battle of the Century or The Uncanny X-Men and The New Read More …