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Ari Bard

I am currently a Sophomore at Case Western Reserve University studying mechanical engineering. I have been in love with DC since I saw the animated series and movies in the early 2000s. I started reading comics regularly at the start of Rebirth. My favorite character is Martian Manhunter.

Aquaman Moves Forward in Oscar Visual Effects Category

Aquaman has advanced in its contention for the Oscar Visual Effects category, despite not being released yet, according to Variety. ...

As “Gotham” Wraps Up Final Season, David Mazouz Writes Farewell Note to Sean Pertwee

For actors, one of the hardest parts of a show ending can be saying goodbye to the other...

Review: The Unexpected #7

Storytellers: Ronan Cliquet and Steve Orlando Colors: Jeromy Cox Letters: Carlos M. Mangual   Summary Mandrakk has risen! Are Hawkman,...

Review: Martian Manhunter #1

Writer: Steve Orlando Artist: Riley Rossmo Colors: Ivan Plascencia Letters: Deron Bennett   Summary Welcome to the beginning of a character...

Review: The Green Lantern #2

Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Liam Sharp Colors: Steve Oliff Letters: Tom Orzechowski   Summary The Great Void is attacked and a...

Lego Batman Included in New “The LEGO Movie 2” set

Warner Bros released a new wave of marketing strategies for The LEGO Movie 2 this week, including a new trailer and...

DC’s Artist Alley Figures to Feature Unique Style From James Groman

Prolific designer toy artist Jame Groman, best known for the Madballs toy series, is bringing his twisted and...

Review: DC Nuclear Winter Special #1

Writers: Mark Russell, Collin Kelley & Jackson Lanzing, Steve Orlando, Jeff Loveness, Tom Taylor, Mairghread Scott, Paul Dini,...

Review: Justice League Odyssey #3

Writer: Joshua Williamson Artist: Philippe Briones Colors: Jeromy Cox Letters: Deron Bennett   Summary The team must act fast to save...

Review: Pearl #4

Creators: Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos Letters: Joshua Reed Design: Curtis King Jr.   Summary After starting a Yakuza...