Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss Jim Woodring's The Frank Book.
Despite being about Captain America, the new movie is actually out in the UK before the States, which is presumably Obamacare's fault. Our resident Brit correspondent, Niam Suggitt has the review, and also socialised medicine, the bastard.
Two new pictures have been released: one with a human (seriously?) and an actual Turtle! Both are teasers for the first trailer that's to hit online tomorrow!
In advance, the unsuspecting creators will be asked to fill out a simple survey about their satisfaction with working for DC Comics.
I would tell you the character's name here, but I've gotta save something for the actual article.
The former co-Young Justice showrunner let it slip that he has a new DC Comics project in the works.
Fans report vaguely recalling a series by this name from long, long ago, but can't quite put their finger on it.
Part 4: read at your own risk as part 3 has been delayed to April 16
Doc Jon throws us a curveball by actually liking a movie!
Mother Superior Jumped the Nuns (I don't care if I'm mixing my 60's music references)
The cult horror/sci-fi franchise series is NEVER over as a new sequel has been announced. *UPDATE we have possible news on who'll be directing it and one star from the franchise confirms the movie.
It seems that The House That Mickey Built will be using the costumes from Guardians Of The Galaxy to further solidify the relationship between various properties, even ones they don’t own.
The popular comics website was showered with praise, admiration, and sexual desire for nailing down an EXCLUSIVE interview with the Hellbreak creative team.
Just tell us already!
Industry pros are fearful that the revived comics publisher may be the harbinger for a zombie apocalypse.
After that pretender Hercules movie earlier this year, it's nice to finally see the trailer for The Rock's version.
Previews of three DC titles on sale March 26
In a recent press release, Vivid claims to have the most authentic quicksilver on the screen.
Previews of two Marvel titles on sale March 26
We have the actual first picture released from the film.. and it is Turtle-less.
In case you haven’t figured it out yet, this article is about a lot of Spider-Men.
In a perplexing move, the film will be completely rewritten as a kids movie.
We assume that's what they are doing, either that or just some poor LARPing going on.
The news confirms what we've expected all along.
A reminder to comics 'journalists' that you don't actually work for Marvel or DC, even if you eventually want to.
The headline pretty much tells you all you need to know.
DC seems to be taking "Forever" a bit too literally.
What a shitty thing to wake up to Monday morning.
New trailer and movie poster for X-Men: Days of Future Past