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Comic books are generally classified into 4 common ages. Each age represents a distinct period of comic book art, stories, and themes. If you’re interested in selling your comic books, knowing what age they fall in is can help you figure out which ones are worth more. As an over all assumption the older the age the more potential your comic has for a higher value.
Here are the four major ages for comic books in chronological order:Read More
Sunday, February 25, 2018 12:37 AM
Ok, so maybe I am stating the obvious to many of you, but I truly believe that DC doesn't know how to make a movie. I was all psyched about the new Justice League movie and didn't even want to go to Thor Ragnarok. Well it turns out I should have know better!
To say that Thor Ragnarok was better would be an insult to the word "Better". It wasn't even close. Even if they did steal a lot the spirit of Guardians, it was just put together better, funnier, and had a real plot. Justice League did try the whole Guardians thing and failed on a massive scale. Some of the jokes fell flat on their face, were awkward, and force into scenes. The plot was a mess, felt rushed and was more concerned about putting the heroes on the screen than telling a story.
Really if it wasn't for Wonder Woman, the best DC has done yet on the big screen. (I am not saying Wonder Woman was a great movie) DC would be batting zero.
So my questions to the Comic Castle audience is; "Why is DC so bad at making movies?" They have the money, they have some great writers, they have even got some great actors in their movies. What gives?