Israel’s Future in the DC Universe From Doomsday Clock – Hayoth

The new issue of Doomsday Clock by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, the unauthorised sequel to Watchmen and published by DC Comics, is showing the future of the DC Universe Earth and the superheroes who live on it, around the world. The Supermen Theory, currently causing global uproar, points out that 97% of the superheroes […]

Sacha Baron Cohen to Portray Israeli Spy Eli Cohen in Netflix Limited Series ‘The Spy’

Netflix has tapped actor/comedian Sacha Baron Cohen (Les Misérables) to bring the story of legendary Israeli spy Eli Cohen to life in their six-episode limited series The Spy. Written and directed by Gideon Raff (Prisoners of War), the series will debut globally on the streaming service outside of France; and on OCS in France. Legende Films and Alain Goldman […]

Stuxnet: HBO Lands Alex Gibney Cyber Warfare Limited Series

HBO and Alex Gibney (Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Taxi to the Dark Side) are ready to pull back the curtain on one of the most important moments in the history of modern cyber warfare with the new limited series Stuxnet (working title). Based on Gibney’s 2016 cyberwarfare documentary Zero Days, the project focuses on […]

3% Producers Developing Mossad Nazi Hunters Series The Chase

The producers behind Netflix‘s original Brazilian series 3% are set to tell the story of history’s most successful Nazi hunters with new scripted series The Chase. Brazil’s Boutique Filmes, producer of the hit streaming service series, is partnering with Connect3 Productions for a series based on Israel’s Mossad Nazi hunters and their efforts beginning in the 1950s […]

The History Of Israel Through The Eyes Of Harvey Pekar

Debuting at San Diego Comic Con is Not The Israel My Parents Promised Me, the final graphic novel by the late Harvey Pekar, and JT Waldman. In Not the Israel My Parents Promised Me, the final graphic memoir from the man who defined the genre, Pekar explores what it means to be Jewish and what Israel […]

Swipe File: Action Comics #1 Vs Israel Embassy Protest In Egypt

Above, Superman as seen in Action Comics #1 this week in a Superman T-short, blue jeans and with something red around his shoulders acting as a cape. A reinvention of the character based on the original version as created by Jewish creators Joe Siegel and Jerry Schuster. Below, Egyptian activists celebrate as they demolish a […]

Fanboy Rampage: Polarisation Over Palestine

It’s rare for a Fanboy Rampage to start out with “You guys are right.” But when Kirstin Butler tried to stem criticism that her piece for the Atlantic entitled Comic Books as Journalism: 10 Masterpieces of Graphic Nonfiction did not include any work by Joe Sacco, whether Palestine or Footnotes In Gaza, it didn’t quite […]