After discovering that he can go back in time, Barry Allen decides to go back to the past and prevent his mother from being murdered. However, doing so rewrites the past and on his way to the present, Barry can no longer reach the moment he left, and instead, is pulled back into a time of despair, in a changed universe where he is the only superhero, safe for Batman. Can the Flash alter the past once again to stop an Kryptonian invasion of Earth? There were plot holes in this film, like, why didn’t Barry Allen go to the time of his mother’s murder to find out what happened, and perhaps with his powers, stop the events from happening. A normal person would have wanted to find out exactly what happened, and with his powers, would have been confident enough to take on whatever killed his mother. But this... More
At first a comic book collection listing, ComicBookBin publishes comics reviews and news. It informs hardcore and casual comic book fans and collectors. Expanding its coverage in action figures, movies, games and more, it also offers three mobile apps. Over a decade later, ComicBookBin has (28494) articles written by a dedicated team of writers.
September 21, 2023 - 10:30
In September 1973, less than a year after buying my first comic book, Super Friends was added to ABC’s Saturday morning line-up. The show was a treat for me personally. I was somewhat new to comics, but a big fan of Saturday morning cartoons. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera, with character designs by Alex Toth, who’d been a successful comic... More
September 18, 2023 - 08:07
Review of the Green Lantern Alan Scott Collector's Edition's action figure.
September 17, 2023 - 09:26
The Python Patrol Cobra officers and the Python Patrol troopers have always been confused and mislabelled by Hasbro.
September 17, 2023 - 09:10
A review of the G.I. Joe Classified Valkyries action figures.
September 15, 2023 - 02:51
A review of the G.I. Joe Classified Snow Serpent action figure.
September 6, 2023 - 23:23
Talks about reboots of the DCEU abound, but what most don't understand is that the perpetual need to change and reboot is the culture at DC and its parent companies.