DC Archive


In Defence of DC’s Media Strategy

I’m not an avid comic book reader. I read some Supergirl in middle school and high school, some Spider-Man when the movies came out, and a few video game tie-ins. I’m starting to get more into them with the New 52 giving me a place to actually start. But overall, I’m what


DC Just Hit Self-Destruct

I’ve been thinking about this for week. Trying to be calm, taking deep breaths- the experts know best right? There’s always some piece of information the general populace doesn’t have, right? Wrong. SERIOUSLY DC?! SERIOUSLY?! Ben Affleck?!!!!!! You have got to be kidding me- have you even SEEN Daredveil? Are you TRYING


Second Chance Reviews: Beware The Batman and High School USA!

As a fan of genre television, I’m well aware of the fact that you should never judge a series by its first episode. Serialized plots need to be laid out, characters need to time to be fleshed out, and the show as a whole needs time to show you what it’s truly about.


Beware The Batman: Bringing Some Dark Back to The Dark Knight on the Small Screen

With The Dark Knight Rises still relatively fresh in most people’s minds, DC and Cartoon Network have decided it’s time to bring a new incarnation of Batman to the small screen, and this past Saturday, Beware The Batman premiered. My favorite incarnation of Batman ever was the 1990’s Batman: The Animated Series,


You’re killin’ me DC.

I have always been a bigger DC fan than Marvel. I spent my evenings and days home sick with Adam West, Burt Ward, Dean Cain and Terri Hatcher (who was pretty awesome pre-Desperate Housewives). Past comic books, watching Batman and Lois and Clark were my first windows into the fabulousness that is


Spoiler-Free Review: Man of Steel

Greetings everyone! My name is Ryan, and I work with Nicole. After seeing a brief, spoiler-free movie review of Man of Steel (which I will post below) on Facebook, Nicole has asked me to review movies for Pure Geekery. I wrote the review that Nicole liked so much in less than 1