Injustice Gods Among Us Year Two 10

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Author: Tom Taylor

Publisher: DC

ISBN: PKEY:T1297600055012

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

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The Green Lantern Corps strikes in full force, putting Superman on the ropes...with shocking results.
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

Injustice Gods Among Us Year Five 2015 10

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Author: Brian Buccellato

Publisher: DC

ISBN: PKEY:T1536700105001

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 10

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Bizarro takes on The Rogues with tragic results, while Trickster tries to capitalize on the situation.
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

Injustice Gods Among Us Year Three The Complete Collection

Injustice  Gods Among Us Year Three   The Complete Collection

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Author: Tom Taylor

Publisher: DC Comics

ISBN: 9781401283797

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 304

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As action-packed as the video game phenomenon that inspired it, this graphic novel collects the entirety of the third year of the now-legendary INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US saga that sees Superman and Batman rallying forces against each other! There was a great and terrible war between heroes. On one side, Superman and his Justice League with their allies in the Sinestro Corps, who sought to bring peace through absolute order. On the other side, Batman’s army and the Green Lantern Corps. It ended with Superman, wielding a fear-powered yellow ring, murdering Black Canary while the world looked on. But Batman lived to fight another day...and Batman always has a backup plan. Only one force in the world can hurt a Kryptonian wielding a Sinestro Corps ring—magic. Now, with John Constantine seeking his own revenge against Superman, the sorcerer con man is helping Batman add the greatest magicians in the universe to his growing army. With the most powerful magic users in the universe on their side, Superman shouldn’t stand a chance. And yet...something mysterious is protecting the Justice League. Something that wants to protect Superman’s vision of a world under his control...and something deadly enough to kill some of the most powerful beings in the universe! Written by Tom Taylor and Brian Buccellato, this graphic novel collects the third year of the best-selling series in its entirety for the first time. Collects INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US: YEAR THREE #1-12 and INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US: YEAR THREE ANNUAL #1.
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

Adapting Superman

Adapting Superman

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Author: John Darowski

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476642390

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 287

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Almost immediately after his first appearance in comic books in June 1938, Superman began to be adapted to other media. The subsequent decades have brought even more adaptations of the Man of Steel, his friends, family, and enemies in film, television, comic strip, radio, novels, video games, and even a musical. The rapid adaptation of the Man of Steel occurred before the character and storyworld were fully developed on the comic book page, allowing the adaptations an unprecedented level of freedom and adaptability. The essays in this collection provide specific insight into the practice of adapting Superman from comic books to other media and cultural contexts through a variety of methods, including social, economic, and political contexts. Authors touch on subjects such as the different international receptions to the characters, the evolution of both Clark Kent's character and Superman's powers, the importance of the radio, how the adaptations interact with issues such as racism and Cold War paranoia, and the role of fan fiction in the franchise. By applying a wide range of critical approaches to adaption and Superman, this collection offers new insights into our popular entertainment and our cultural history.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Supervillain Reader

The Supervillain Reader

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Author: Robert Moses Peaslee

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 9781496826480

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 432

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Contributions by Jerold J. Abrams, José Alaniz, John Carey, Maurice Charney, Peter Coogan, Joe Cruz, Phillip Lamarr Cunningham, Stefan Danter, Adam Davidson-Harden, Randy Duncan, Richard Hall, Richard Heldenfels, Alberto Hermida, Víctor Hernández-Santaolalla, A. G. Holdier, Tiffany Hong, Stephen Graham Jones, Siegfried Kracauer, Naja Later, Ryan Litsey, Tara Lomax, Tony Magistrale, Matthew McEniry, Cait Mongrain, Grant Morrison, Robert Moses Peaslee, David D. Perlmutter, W. D. Phillips, Jared Poon, Duncan Prettyman, Vladimir Propp, Noriko T. Reider, Robin S. Rosenberg, Hannah Ryan, Lennart Soberon, J. Richard Stevens, Lars Stoltzfus-Brown, John N. Thompson, Dan Vena, and Robert G. Weiner The Supervillain Reader, featuring both reprinted and original essays, reveals why we are so fascinated with the villain. The obsession with the villain is not a new phenomenon, and, in fact, one finds villains who are “super” going as far back as ancient religious and mythological texts. This innovative collection brings together essays, book excerpts, and original content from a wide variety of scholars and writers, weaving a rich tapestry of thought regarding villains in all their manifestations, including film, literature, television, games, and, of course, comics and sequential art. While The Supervillain Reader focuses on the latter, it moves beyond comics to show how the vital concept of the supervillain is part of our larger consciousness. Editors Robert Moses Peaslee and Robert G. Weiner collect pieces that explore how the villain is a complex part of narratives regardless of the original source. The Joker, Lex Luthor, Harley Quinn, Darth Vader, and Magneto must be compelling, stimulating, and proactive, whereas the superhero (or protagonist) is most often reactive. Indeed, whether in comics, films, novels, religious tomes, or video games, the eternal struggle between villain and hero keeps us coming back to these stories over and over again.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Injustice Gods Among Us Year Four The Complete Collection

Injustice  Gods Among Us Year Four   The Complete Collection

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Author: Brian Buccellato

Publisher: DC Comics

ISBN: 9781401297510

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 304

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The endlessly surprising saga of superhero dystopia inspired by the hit video game continues! This action-packed graphic novel collects the entirety of the fourth year of the now-legendary Injustice: Gods Among Us saga. When Superman and the Justice League declared themselves the ultimate authority on planet Earth, only Batman stood against them--but now Batman is defeated. His resistance army has suffered major losses and dwindled to nearly nothing. The man who always has a backup plan for his backup plans has nothing--except for one final, desperate gambit. Written by Tom Taylor and Brian Buccellato (Detective Comics, The Flash), this graphic novel collects the fourth year of the best-selling series in its entirety for the first time. Writer Brian Buccellato and artist Bruno Redondo continue to expand the world of the hit video game in Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Four: The Complete Collection. Collects Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Four #1-12 and Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Four Annual #1!
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

Investigating Lois Lane

Investigating Lois Lane

Injustice: Gods Among Us, directed by Ed Boon (NetherRealm Studios, Warner Bros. ... 10a. The. New. 52. and. Beyond. editor Matt Idelson called Lois a “trophy wife” ... Alan Kistler, “SDCC 2011: The Mood of DC Fans at Comic-Con,” ...

Author: Tim Hanley

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 9781613732472

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

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In a universe full of superheroes, Lois Lane has fought for truth and justice for over 75 years on page and screen without a cape or tights. From her creation by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1938 to her forthcoming appearance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016, from helming her own comic book for twenty-six years to appearing in animated serials, live-action TV shows, and full-length movies, Lois Lane has been a paragon of journalistic integrity and the paramour of the world's strongest superhero. But her history is one of constant tension. From her earliest days, Lois yearned to make the front page of the Daily Planet, but was held back by her damsel-in-distress role. When she finally became an ace reporter, asinine lessons and her tumultuous romance with Superman dominated her storylines for decades and relegated her journalism to the background. Through it all, Lois remained a fearless and ambitious character, and today she is a beloved icon and an inspiration to many. Though her history is often troubling, Lois's journey, as revealed in Investigating Lois Lane, showcases her ability to always escape the gendered limitations of each era and of the superhero genre as a whole.
Categories: Social Science

Injustice Gods Among Us Year Four 2015 14

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Author: Brian Buccellato

Publisher: DC

ISBN: PKEY:T1446000145001

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

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It's a family feud years in the making, and raised to a devastating level, as a superpowered Batman and Robin engage in an earth-shaking battle.
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Injustice Gods among us

Injustice  Gods among us

Author: Tom Taylor

Publisher:

ISBN: 8893515695

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 192

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Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

When All Else Fails

When All Else Fails

The Ethics of Resistance to State Injustice Jason Brennan ... 10. In DC Comics' Injustice: Gods among Us, Superman criticizes Batman for Batman's refusal to kill. In the series, the Joker escapes from prison for the umpteenth time and ...

Author: Jason Brennan

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691211503

Category: Philosophy

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The economist Albert O. Hirschman famously argued that citizens of democracies have only three possible responses to injustice or wrongdoing by their government: we may leave, complain, or comply. But in When All Else Fails, Jason Brennan argues that there is fourth option. When governments violate our rights, we may resist. We may even have a moral duty to do so. For centuries, almost everyone has believed that we must allow the government and its representatives to act without interference, no matter how they behave. We may complain, protest, sue, or vote officials out, but we can't fight back. But Brennan makes the case that we have no duty to allow the state or its agents to commit injustice. We have every right to react with acts of "uncivil disobedience." We may resist arrest for violation of unjust laws. We may disobey orders, sabotage government property, or reveal classified information. We may deceive ignorant, irrational, or malicious voters. We may even use force in self-defense or to defend others. The result is a provocative challenge to long-held beliefs about how citizens may respond when government officials behave unjustly or abuse their power
Categories: Philosophy