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Four Colour Frames: JAMES BOND 007 #1-2

Four Colour Frames flips the traditional 24 Panels Per Second mandate of looking at comics being adapted to film by instead examining film and television properties being adapted to comics. This time, James and David take...

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24 Panels #76: SNOWPIERCER

We anticipate New Years’ celebrations with a review of Bong Joon-Ho’s Snowpiercer, an allegorical sci-fi film set entirely on a train (adapted from the French bande-dessinée Le Transperceneige). We’ve also got another exciting round...

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Review: DKIII: THE MASTER RACE (Book One)

Why on Earth-One would anyone consider DKIII: The Master Race an event book? Wait, let me rephrase that question: why would anyone, aside from DC Comics’ accounting department, consider DKIII: The Master Race an event book? Even if...

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Fan Films@24 Panels: JOKER RISING

JOKER RISING is a fan-made, non-profit, feature film, produced by Smoking Alien. It shows a love and respect for the Batman universe, with a focus on its robust criminal underworld, and in particular, gives...

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24 Panels #75: SPIDER-MAN 2

With another Spidey reboot on the way, we decided to revisit Spider-Man 2 in order to see what Marvel Studios might learn from what Raimi got right. Instead, we mostly list the film’s many, many...

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One Shots: THE PEANUTS MOVIE

Unkie Dave returns to Andrew’s basement to discuss The Peanuts Movie with confirmed three-year-old (and Andrew’s beautiful daughter) Charlotte. If Charlie Brown’s melancholy or Blue Sky’s beautiful animation don’t bring tears to your eyes, perhaps Charlotte’s...

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24 Panels #73: ELEKTRA

What’s that? We’re looking slimmer? Oh, do go on, you flatterer! We’ve been working hard here at 24 Panels HQ to slim our episodes down, and from now on we pledge to keep it...