On this episode, Jeff and I discuss T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #6,9.
The Heisei movie that was once lost in licensing issues in the US is FINALLY getting a non-boot leg release on DVD/Blu-Ray September 13th. *UPDATED Sadly no Godzilla 1985... But the INT ENG DUB!!!
The special effects are straight out of the 1980s!
"A fourth wall break inside a fourth wall break? That's like 16 walls!" -Deadpool, and also probably the Shadow in issue #3.
Oopsy! Newsarama Accidentally Leaves Question About Sexual Harassment Out of In Depth Interview With DC ExecsBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on May 19, 2016
A clerical error led to the important question not being included in the list sent to Dan Didio and Jim Lee.
DC, staying current as always.
At least, that's what all of the headlines seem to imply.
Oh no! There goes Edo!
“A beautiful, riveting work of comics art that I would recommend to anyone.” –Mark Waid
William Gibson makes his comics debut in a story involving dystopian futures and World War II.
Oh no, they say he's got to go, go go Dragonzord!
Oh, DC Comics! Always being so... DC Comics!
The titles promise to be better than anything the Big Two are producing, but still receive substantially lower sales.
The company has created a "DC Films" division after the poor performance of Batman v. Superman.
Post-prequel prequel to A New Hope comic in doubt.
Covers and available interior pages for Future Quest #1, Aquaman #52, Titans Hunt #8, Superman: American Alien #7
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #5,6. New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
According to Disney, this information that is totally not real is still their intellectual property.
At this point they should have just called it an Annual.
It's kind of a solo film, but also features other female heroes and villains.
It's good that Chris Hardwick is finally getting some work.
At least one book is 5,999,999 credits, while nine are 4,999,999. What the frack?!
The new logo will surely resolve any issues which DC comics may be facing.
When I showed this to my wife all she could say was “I don’t understand.”
Looks like all the necessary people are on board.
No, really, does anyone look at this stuff?
The rebirth continues to be long and painful.
According to "Wikipedia", Jabbar was once known as quite the basketball player.
Poor Captain Cold. Poor Peggy Carter. We talk TV and Civil War this podcast. Listen in!