Analytical Thinking The old saying goes that ‘your school days are the best of your life’. Well… what were yours like? What do you remember most? Were they actually great? If you stop to think about it, it’s actually kinda depressing. I’m sorry to break it to you, but school, which finishes when you’re about 18, is your peak. It’s all downhill […]

Saved by the Bell


Why so serious? In the run up to the release of Suicide Squad there was a lot written about the extreme, and often bizarre, lengths actor Jared Leto went to in an attempt to “get into the head of” the Clown Prince of Crime. With rumours of unwanted gifts and strange on-set behaviour, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Jared Leto’s reinterpretation of […]

News: Jared Leto Scenes Cut?


The Game We Deserve or the One We Don’t Need? Telltale games are great. Batman is great. Can the two mix in this brand new game? Does it match up to the stellar Arkham series of Batman games? Find out in our video review. Keep your eyes peeled for our review of Part Two and beyond as they are released.

News: Batman, A Telltale Series



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Can the Ultimate Edition Cut save Batman v Superman? If you’re like me then you grew up seeing teasers of Batman v Superman becoming a movie. You looked out the window every night and wished upon a star. You worked on a time machine. You tried to cryogenically freeze yourself so that when it was released you could see it. If […]

News: BvS Ultimate Edition


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The Birth of the Batman The rumours are true. I pretty much have every Batman comic that is considered current canon, so you could consider me a fan. For OneDayRetro, I’ve decided to run through each of and retro review everything one-by-one. What better place to start than with the one graphic novel that you are pretty much guaranteed see in the Top […]

Batman: Year One


Scream for Me… It’s a history lesson in how to do classical genres justice in the modern day. Vocalist Andrew Stockdale takes a breath and screams. From that moment on we’re plunged directly into the first of 13 blisteringly raw rock anthems. In case you haven’t already guessed, we’re relistening to Wolfmother in 2016 – a shockingly quick 10 years […]

Wolfmother: Wolfmother



Is there a doctor in the House? As the story goes, when creator David Shore and producer Bryan Singer were in the process of casting the titular character of House M.D., they were looking for somebody “quintessentially American”. Along came Hugh Laurie, who so impressed as the Vicodin-addicted, eccentric, reclusive medical genius in his audition tape that he was eventually […]

House: Season One


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Lovers of Madmen It’s practically comic book legend that nobody really knows where Batman’s arch nemesis, the Joker, comes from. Even the origin story that many consider to be definitive, Alan Moore’s The Killing Joke, has its own get-out clause. An entire story about how the Clown Prince of Crime came to be, and then the Joker himself remarks “Sometimes […]

Batman: Lovers and Madmen


Re-entering the Matrix 17 years on “You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.” The immortal words of Morpheus which tipped Thomas A Anderson (sorry, Neo) towards a life of eating gloop/Tasty Wheat and fighting computer code. They laid the way to a spectacular and difficult future, a world […]

The Matrix