One has to wonder if the lack of a right foot is a purposefully shout out to co-creator Rob Liefeld.
Thank you, Santa Claus! Best Xmas ever!
From the files of “I don’t get it.”
Times Supergirl has made out with her boyfriend in the midst of widespread civilian destruction: zero.
With apologies to no one.
Yep, another Star Wars: The Force Awakens review. This one you can listen to. No reading necessary.
DC Comics has confirmed its plans to release some titles Bi-Weekly.
Something from the previous king.
This week our topic work is FF, by Matt Fraction, Mike and Laura Allred, and Joe Quinones.
Oh yeah, and Hermione is black.
The party will mainly consist of variant covers.
Rumored Batman vs Superman Runtime Given More Words in Article Than Minutes in Rumored Batman VS Superman RuntimeBy Gavin Dillinger in News with Benefits on December 21, 2015
Because movie goers will not watch a film without knowing the exact runtime.
Max Landis took to Twitter to criticize Daisy Ridley's character in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, provoking a shitstorm.
The polls are open!!!
The film has been pushed back again to March 24, 2017 from it's original release date of January. Maybe that's a good thing given the type of movie that comes out in that month.
What better way to spend the holiday season then with a few rogues?
Well, we're getting closer to some kind of information.
It will be a one-two punch of Marvel on TV that night
A blog post from Tom Brevoort may provide the answer.
We do the investigative reporting Bleeding Cool failed to do!
You don't say?!
No spoilers, just what has awoken in Zechs from seeing the film. Besides the usual rambling from him. That's always to be expected.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
The sequel to Full House on Netflix has a teaser trailer, and a release date of February 26.
The attacks are being blamed on a private Facebook group called "The Alliance to Preserve the Expanded Universe."
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Tales of Suspense #99 & Captain America #100-102. Comic Reflections (usually) appears three times each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
With the release of the international teaser, we've had lots of new footage to review.
This time (mostly) with eyes
Edmondson will join actor Michael B. Jordan and artists Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Bettie Breitweiser on a new series for Dark Horse Comics.
Officially. We guess.