On November 5th, as per usual, Toonami will have an extra hour to play along with.This year will be airing an animated movie by Makoto Shinkai in the space allowed.
Start saving your Woolong
"Ho hum. Supergirl is dead. Oh well."
"I don't believe in plots."
The company announced due to the RessurXion event that Iceman will be getting a new series in early 2017. It then announced by mid-2017 the series will be canceled due to low sales and the fact Iceman isn't an Inhuman.
From out of the mists of obscurity, comes a unique perspective on an old classic.
So THIS is what the giant would be packing if Jack had entered his house in modern times.
The movie which had a limited run and close out it's run tomorrow in US theaters has earned a confirmed $1 Million in the first three days.
"Comics is still stuck in this network broadcast mindset."
On this week's show we read and discuss Marvel's Star Wars, written by Jason Aaron with art by John Cassaday and Stuart Immonen. Oh, the digressions we take!
Adlard feels the term labels comics as "for children."
The polls are open!!!
Here's six pages and two covers from this week's new issue.
The Tenth Doctor Year Two #15, The Twelfth Doctor Year Two #10, Supremacy Of The Cybermen #4.
National City gets another costumed protector
On detectives, urban legends, and a whole lot of rock and roll.
PS VR is here!
One of our Captains is missing, and so are several amazons.
Don’t worry, we’ll define “aggregate” in the article.
"The story is about how the world starts to go to shit if bad things happen to art."
Websites are doing their best to express best wishes for WWE Legend The Undertaker while simultaneously using his condition as clickbait.
Feige is hoping for some Sherlock on Sherlock action.
More secrets are being unearthed via the Kong: Skull Island poster that was given out at NYCC.
The Grand Admiral does what he does best in a preview clip for this week's episode of Star Wars: Rebels.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Fear #15, and Frankenstein #9.
A Godzilla movie unlike previous, yet homages in a deeply enthralling science fiction epic.
Kevin Powers, Matt Gaudio and Donna Gregory bring the Golden Age to life in a new Kickstarter effort.