Wednesday, 26 May 2010


Origin of Checkered Man?

Fun comic strips, read them and you will enjoy them, I promise you will
Start reading from here then press on the link "Newer Posts" every time you finish from the strips on that site

Tuesday, 18 May 2010


Been having a Batman Fever for the past few months (so usually fever is called for the rise of body temperature caused due to bacterias from certain sources, but when a geek says "something fever" that means geekness kicks in in that criteria, real hard) and had so much Batman dosage whether it's from comics, movies, or other source, like two days ago I watched two Batman movies, watched some episodes from two Batman cartoons and so on, but let's cut to the chase, shall we

Since I've read Golden Age Batman, I couldn't help but note how this guy, The Human Magnet costume is similar to the costume of one of Spider-Man's main foes since the Lee/Ditko era, like the costume of Electro, The Human Lightning Bolt

Monday, 10 May 2010


After "John Favarue" worked with his crew on creating a highly acclaimed masterpiece that made "Iron Man" a truly big name in both the worlds of Superheroes & movies was released in 2008, it was possibly the movie that challenges the greatness of Batman on the big screen after "Chris Nolan" & his crew worked on the release of "Batman Begins" in the year 2005 & its hugely more successful sequel "The Dark Knight", that rose the value of comic book superhero movies levels higher than what Spider-Man did after what Superman's movie starring the late "Christopher Reeves" did

"Robert Downy jr" is the witty nice weapon industrialist you would love to be his friend cause he's fun and friendly, who decided to stop manufacturing weapon after seeing that his money & inventions kills his people possibly as much as it helps his country soldiers, and got captured by the enemies, he performed in a most admirable way, the movie made the scene better than it was in the comics, especially how he makes fun of his captors, and still makes a body armor instead of a weapon under the eye of their surveillance cameras, which can be known as P.I.S (Plot Induced Stupidity)

I guess money mongers turning to guardians of their towns make their creators richer money mongers if the characters are well written

Why have I said that this is possibly more successful than Nolan's Batman movie-wise? Check out youtube on both their movies and you'll find the No. of viewers reaching a very high number

Saturday, 8 May 2010


In a previous post I posted about this man, I saw him first in the video game by Capcom; "Onimusha 3" as the final boss, and was really surprised to see the exact same name used in a manga that has absolutely nothing to do with the game series. A fellow member from CBR forums & a fellow manga reader who pointed out to me indirectly on the manga series VAGABOND, pointed out that Nobunaga is a man from early Japan, a villain who wouldn't be let alone by historical fiction from the days of the Battle of Sekigahara mentioning him as a villain