Six to eight page previews for two Valiant Entertainment titles on sale June 8.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superboy #107, Superman #229. New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Zechs would prefer the film remain in the shadows. At least some portions of it.
Fittingly, she's playing the goddess Media.
Have the fanboys stopped screaming?
Tim Curry will not be cast due to scheduling conflicts and lack of interest from studios.
The Lion is not sleeping tonight.
214 consecutive issues by the same writer/artist? What year is this?
DC Comics apparently had enough of Bryan Hitch's lateness on Justice League of America.
He also directed a movie called Dope.
An Infinity Gauntlet styled oven mitt in the latest Loot Crate box spontaneously bursts into flame, kills wearers, or something.
The world can rest easy knowing that Namor the Sub Mariner is (probably) back in the hands of Marvel.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Had enough of the Big Two? Let's go to the other side, the Indie Comic side!
The winners of the week battle for Moment of the Month!!!
A new teaser reveals that Marvel isn't done using the shock death gimmick to boost Civil War 2 sales.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Strange Tales #156,158,171, Dagar the Invincible #12.
Kimberly Hart returns to the uniform she thought she'd left behind to solve the mystery of her missing parents, in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink #1
"He should have just been like, Fuck you. You make it up now, I'll get to mine when I'm ready."
You're welcome, Dan.
It may seem silly, but this is actually a major problem with the comics industry and comics media.
If at first you don't succeed, call a venture capitalist firm.
We gathered the best part of Bleeding Cool's recent column for your reading pleasure.
Another name on a long list, supposedly in talks…
In a meta-way, producer Brad Fuller reveals that for the next Friday the 13th film they'll literally kill the franchise in the slasher series by giving Jason a new origin.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superman #290,294,296, Jigsaw 32.
Like Wonka, he promises a trail of broken children in his wake.
Gotta make back the money from that first printing somehow!
Our heroes stop off at the nearest Swag Station to spend some stolen slaver loot. Trouble ensues.
Rebirth or Relaunch? U decide!