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NY Comic Con ’14: Day Three Overview

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My final day at this year’s NY Comic Con!  As soon as I got in, I went to get on the line for The Karate Kid 30th anniversary panel in Room 1A10.  After a 40-plus minute wait, they finally let … Continue reading

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75 Years of Batman: NY Comic Con ’14: Batman 75th Anniversary Panel

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After missing last year’s Superman 75th anniversary panel, I was intent on making it to this year’s Batman 75th anniversary panel.  I sat through two panels to see this one (The League panel, which I wanted to see, and the … Continue reading

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75 Years of Batman: Batman (1989)

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“You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?” asks a grinning Jack Napier. The comic book character known as Batman first appeared in Detective Comics #27 in May 1939.  Created by Bob Kane, the character was a superhero … Continue reading

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75 Years of Batman: ‘Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)’

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The development of a new Batman animated series had begun prior to the release of Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989, but it was the success of that film (as well as 1992’s Batman Returns) that allowed the show to further develop … Continue reading

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‘Batman: Mask of the Phantasm’ & ‘The Iron Giant’

With the summer movie season approaching, the big movies that people will be talking about the most will be the superhero ones.  Next week brings the beginning of Marvel’s Phase Two with Iron Man 3.  Next month brings Man of … Continue reading

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NY Comic Con: Day Three Overview

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I was hesitant in showing up again before 10 a.m. yesterday, but since the Brian and Wendy Froud panel was at 10:30 a.m. I didn’t want to take any chances and accidentally miss it.  I was on the line inside … Continue reading

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The Films of Tim Burton Part Two

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In my previous entry (The Films of Tim Burton Part One), I covered Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure and Beetlejuice. Next up is 1989’s Batman.  This will always be a special film for me.  This was not only the first Tim Burton … Continue reading