It seems a lot of entertainment lies in store for audiences around the world. The next half decade of Marvel movies is ready to roll thanks to scriptwriters, directors and actors.
3 days ago, 10:36am CDT
Source: Charlotte Creative Loafing
By now, there are probably a couple generations of comic book readers who missed Groo the Wanderer. Every decade has its comedic figures that don’t have the shelf life of their superhero peers.…
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1 day ago, 10:14am CDT
It’s becoming an annual ritual: Each summer at this time, the studios review their box office numbers and assure us, “Don’t worry, next year will be better.” Hence, while summer 2014 has been blah (down almost 20%), we’re reminded that in 2015, the biggest moviegoing season of the year will mark a return to sequels... Read more »
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5 days ago, 12:00pm CDT
It’s a massive six-story high dome as big as two football fields. It includes 4D rides and games like a state-of-the-...
Jan 9 2014, 9:16am CST
DC's Harley Quinn series kicked off last year with a #0 issue that took a very different stylistic approach from the rest of the series. That issue was basically the comic book version of the Looney Tunes short "Duck Amuck," as Harley clashed with her writers in search of the perfect artist to illustrate the series. Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con dusts off that storytelling approach. While Harley doesn ...
Full article at: IGN
1 week ago, 1:56am CDT
Source: screen rant
Our current Great Age of The Reboot is not limited to movies: NBC’s plan to return to the world of their seminal superhero TV series Heroes in the form of the 13-episode miniseries Heroes: Reborn is itself a “soft reboot” of that show’s universe. While hardcore fans of the original show’s run are no doubt delighted, general audience reaction is mixed at best.
The first season of Heroes was a bonafi ...
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Jul 13 2014, 2:53pm CDT
We all want the best of the best, so let us point out the hottest comics and collectibles released each week. We spotlight our favorite comics that we know are money-well-spent, new books that look cool, and any toys and games we can't wait to play with.
Check out our picks, then take to the comments to let us know what looks good to you!
By Terry Moore | Abstract Studios
Saga #20 originally had this spot on this list but it was omitted for thi ...
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Jun 23 2014, 4:39pm CDT
Source: Digital Trends
The Sin City and Rent actress joins Charlie Cox and Vincent D'Onofrio in the upcoming, 13-episode series featuring Marvel's blind superhero, Daredevil.The post Rosario Dawson joins Marvel’s Daredevil series on Netflix appeare ...
Full article at: Digital Trends
Jun 23 2014, 12:58pm CDT
Superheroes are larger than life and so is Houston Texans defensive end J. J. Watt. The former first round pick out of...
Dec 22 2013, 10:31am CST