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  • The Wolverine: Unleashed Extended Edition Blu-ray interacts with a Second Screen app for mobile devices that offers such extras as effects sequences. (Courtesy 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment)

    Zadzooks: The Wolverine: Unleashed Extended Edition review (Blu-ray)

    Marvel Comics' famed feral mutant stars in a high definition movie package that includes plenty of interactive extras for the Wolverine fan.


  • Frank Miller's sequential art masterpiece arrives in an animated format in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1.

    Zadzooks: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 (Blu-ray) review

    Sequential-art creator Frank Miller's seminal chronicle of the Caped Crusader's middle-age years arrives in an animated format for serious Batman fans.


  • Wolverine and Blade come to anime life in their latest cartoon series.

    Zadzooks: Wolverine Anime and Blade Anime (DVD) review

    Two of Marvel Entertainment’s legendary heroes star in a couple of Japanese style cartoon series available on DVD.


  • Parallels between the film and the shooting

    In "The Dark Knight Rises," a masked villain leads a murderous crew into a packed football stadium and wages an attack involving guns and explosives. It's just one of the more haunting scenes in what was one of the most anticipated movies of the summer, if not the year.


  • Parallels between the film and the shooting

    In "The Dark Knight Rises," a masked villain leads a murderous crew into a packed football stadium and wages an attack involving guns and explosives. It's just one of the more haunting scenes in what was one of the most anticipated movies in years.


  • Parallels between Batman film and the shooting

    In "The Dark Knight Rises," a masked villain leads a murderous crew into a packed football stadium and wages an attack involving guns and explosives. It's just one of the more haunting scenes in what was one of the most anticipated movies in years.


  • BOOK REVIEW: 'Habibi'

    Craig Thompson's "Habibi" was one of two major graphic novel releases this fall inspired by the West's recent, disastrous interactions with the Islamic world. The other was "Holy Terror" by Frank Miller, a thinly veiled Batman story that pitted the caped crusader against al Qaeda.


  • An animated Dark Knight hides in the shadows in the Blu-ray release of Batman: Year One.

    Zadzooks: Batman: Year One review (Blu-ray)

    Bruce Timm continues his mission to turn every great DC Comics' series into a direct-to-disc, PG-13 animated movie by tapping into the definitive origin tale of the Dark Knight.


  • BOOK REVIEW: 'Holy Terror'

    The planned title for Frank Miller's new graphic novel "Holy Terror" was "Holy Terror, Batman!" but it proved too hot for Batman publisher DC Comics to touch. To see why, one need only turn to the book's epigraph and its dedication, which bookend the story. The "quote" is a highly charged gloss on the words of Muhammad: "If you meet the infidel, kill the infidel."


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