All posts by D L Keatis

Writer. Actor. Editor Nerd.

Episode 48- Spider-Man Retrospectifi

Your friendly neighbourhood fandom feeders are back and they have fifteen years’ worth of Spider-Man movies to discuss. In our Retrospectifi we revisit the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy as well as Mac Webb’s divisive Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2.

We also discuss our favourite entries into the franchise and those … Continue Reading

MINI REVIEW- The Mummy (2017)

Haven’t you heard?

Simply everyone has a shared universe these days?

Marvel Studios have one, Warner Brothers / DC have got one, Transformers / Hasbro have one (God help us), even Sony are so confident that they’re trying to create a shared Spiderverse without Spider-Man.

Given that Universal own the … Continue Reading

Tights For Flights: Superman’s Top 7 Comic Book Costumes

If Superman has taught us one thing, it’s that a classic never dies.

And even if it does, it doesn’t stay dead for long!

Having explored the plethora of alternate comic book duds for Batman and Spider-Man, in light of the recent Superman Day I thought it might be … Continue Reading

Film Review- Wonder Woman (2017)- Overwhelmingly Positive 

Make no mistake, there was a lot riding on this film.

Patty Jenkins’ passion project (and a passion project it was, Ms Jenkins first petitioned Warner Brothers to direct a Wonder Woman film right after directing 2003’s Monster nearly fifteen years ago) was fighting a battle on two fronts since … Continue Reading

Games of Steel: Superman’s 38 Year Videogame History

Move aside Mario and Sod off Sonic, because the world’s longest-running superhero is also the world’s longest-running video game character.

No kidding!

Guinness World Records recently granted the honorary to the Man of Steel following an astonishing 38 year history in video games spanning from the Atari 2600s modest SupermanContinue Reading

The Wonder Woman Reading List

This weekend, history will be made.

On Thursday the 1st of June Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman (2017) will bring the most enduring and iconic woman in comics to a broad, international audience.

It would take some doing to argue against the epochal nature of the character, or her status as … Continue Reading