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    The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones 0

    With Harrison Ford hanging up his fedora and whip this week in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, we can be a bit bereft without our favorite tomb raider’s films to look forward to. Luckily for us Indy fans though, his adventures have long continued in novels, comics, as well as a short lived tv series. With the ever changing rights-holders of Lucasfilm properties from the 80’s to the 2010s, the big question is where to start?


    In the early to mid 1980's Marvel started with faithful ada...

    The High Republic Continues 0

    The High Republic Continues 


    The past several years have been an amazing era for new Star Wars comic and novel content and my absolute favorite by far has been that of the High Republic. This era takes place almost 500 years before the events of The Phantom Menace, with phase two of the High Republic taking notes from how the films handle their story. Setting us another 150 years prior to the events of the first book Light of the Jedi (which is fantastic, please read it!). New threats, unkno...

    Quantifying the Quantumania 0

    Phase five of the Marvel Cinematic Universe seems to be starting with a bang as Ant-man: Quantumania hits the silver screen this month and us here at Bedrock City are here to get you ready!


    So what is the Quantum Realm? In comics the Quantum Realm is actually called the Microverse. First mentioned in Captain America #46, the Microverse is the dimension that can be reached by compressing the person’s matter allowing them to force through to the Microverse. Mainly staying in a region called ...

    Valentine's Day Reads 0

    Here’s one for all you lovers out there… With Valentine’s Day so soon upon us, there are a plethora of wonderful romance graphic novels and comics here at Bedrock City and in this post we are celebrating some of the best reads and gifts for special someone in your life.

    Lore Olympus by Rachel Smythe

    If you haven’t heard of the Webtoon greek myth sensation by now, I would be shocked. With its vibrant colors and captivating modern storytelling, it is no surprise that this is one of the most po...

    Who are the Justice Society of America? 0

    Who Are the Justice Society of America?


    With the recent spotlight on one of my favorite golden age teams in the film Black Adam and in CW shows like Stargirl, newcomers may be wondering where this team comes from in the long history of DC Comics. The standouts in the film are definitely Fate and Hawkman but who are the characters that precede the Justice League? How have they impacted the greater DCU? Let’s dig in!



    During the late 1930’s National Publications and All-American Public...

    Who is Namor? 0

    Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is finally coming to Disney Plus on February 1st and one of the obvious highlights ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) of the film and a long time favorite character of mine is Namor, King of Talocan. But who is this character? What are his roots in the Marvel comics mythos? There are quite a few differences in Namor’s origin and the culture of Atlantis but Namor has always been a fascinating keystone in comic history, so let’s dive in! (Haha!)

    Namor the Sub-Mariner made his first ap...

    Saturday Morning Cartoon Blues 0

    Saturday Morning Cartoon Blues

    With the age of digital streaming having brought about an end to the era of Saturday Morning Cartoons, a nostalgia shaped hole has been left in the hearts of many, myself included. All that’s left now are our old VHS or the rare DVD releases of some of our favorite cartoons growing up, but luckily comics have been there to help fill that void and continue some of our favorite characters’ adventures! Here’s a list of comics coming out now that you can find today ...

    Under-Rated Manga Series 0

    Under-Rated Manga Series 


    With a major resurgence in anime and manga there is so much to enjoy that so many get lost in the shuffle. These are a few I have enjoyed over time that I feel like don’t get enough attention. 


    Sgt. Frog is like if you took Invader Zim, and made him a frog obsessed with gundam model kits. Taking the fish out of water and alien invasion story and giving them a comedic twist. Kerero is a sergeant of elite warriors that are sent to scout out and begin the invasio...

    Super Pets: Ruff, Ruff, and Away! 0

    At long last DC's Super Pets is releasing later this month and in this article we're going to take a look at some of the Super Pets you will see in the movie and some you won't, (but maybe will! Fingers crossed!) while giving some history behind the idea. 


    Now Krypto the Super-Dog and Ace the Bat-Hound may be the most well known of the Super Pets, the idea of the team actually predates the doggie dynamic duo. Wonder Woman was actually the first hero to have a pet. Debuting in Sensation C...

    Thor: Love and Thunder Must Reads! 0

    Thor: Love and Thunder is hammering its way into the box office this week at long last and from the trailer alone it's obvious it has taken some major notes from the God of Thunder’s major storylines. I have been waiting with baited breath for this film, so here are some title recommendations to tide us all over until we can see it on the big screen.


    Thor by Jason Aaron

    Gor the God Butcher is playing a major role in the film and likewise does so in this epic written by the incomparable Ja...