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the philosophy of comics: hellblazer

The Philosophy of Comics: Hellblazer

The Philosophy of Comics: Hellblazer Today we will discuss The Philosophy of Comics: Hellblazer. John Constantine is one of the greatest sorcerers in the DCU. He’s also dated some of DCU’s most powerful sorcerers, Zatanna (the only woman John would sacrifice everything for), Nightmare Nurse (a demonic sorceress) and others. But, for all the people […]

the philosophy of comics: harbinger

The Philosophy of Comics: Harbinger

The Philosophy of Comics: Harbinger The Philosophy of Comics: Harbinger focuses on Peter Stanchek, the main character in the Harbinger comics, has the power to do  almost anything with his mind. This is why the villainous Harbinger Foundation wants him so bad. Toyo Harada wants to use Peter as a weapon and a leader for […]

the philosophy of comics: superman

The Philosophy of Comics: Superman

The Philosophy of Comics: Superman The Philosophy of Comics: Superman. Kal-El, the Man of Steel, the Last Son of Krypton, Clark Kent. He goes by many names and he has many fantastic powers – full spectrum, even multi-dimensional, vision, super senses, super strength, super speed, super durability, icy cold breath, burning hot heat vision, flight, […]

the philosophy of comics: the emotional spectrum 6

The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 6

The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 6 The Indigo Tribe Indigo Tribe Oath Tor lorek san, bor nakka mur, Natromo faan tornek wot ur. Ter Lantern ker lo Abin Sur, Taan lek lek nok–Formorrow Sur! English translation In sorrowful day, in misfortunate night, We help those, who need our might, With the lantern power of Abin Sur, We rid your […]

the philosophy of comics: the emotional spectrum 5

The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 5

The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 5 The Blue Lantern Corps – Hope. Today on The Philosophy of Comics we will be discussing the Blue Lantern Corps. Led by Saint Walker and formed by Ganthet and Sayd – the Blue Lantern’s original Guardians and the ones who built their central power battery. Ganthet and Sayd […]

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The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 4

The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 4 The Green Lanterns Oath: In brightest day. In blackest night. No evil shall escape my sight. Let those? who worship evil’s might, beware my power, Green Lantern’s light!   Have you ever really thought about this oath? It says that, no matter what the situation is, evil […]

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The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 3

The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum 3 The Sinestro Corps. The Fear Mongers of the Universe. The cruel and terrible fear-weaponers. The most sadistic of all the corps in the Emotional Spectrum. Beyond even that of the Red Lanterns. Their oath says volumes about their beliefs as a corps. In blackest day, in brightest […]

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The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum pt. 2

The Philosophy of Comics: The Emotional Spectrum pt. 2 The orange light of avarice Today on, The Philosophy of Comics we will be discussing the orange lifht of avarice. Agent Orange, Larfleez, is the only remaining Orange Lantern because he killed all the others. Thus Larfleeze is now the sole possessor of the Orange Lantern of […]

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The Philosophy of Comics Presents: The Emotional Spectrum Pt. 1

The Philosophy of Comics Presents: The Emotional Spectrum pt. 1 By Michael Nunneley THE RED LANTERNS: wielders of the crimson light of rage and hatred Oath: With blood and rage of crimson red, Ripped from a corpse so freshly dead, Together with our hellish hate, We’ll burn you all–That is your fate! Homeworld: Ysmault Today, on The Philosophy of Comics, we […]