Posted November 4, 2012 by Brendon Connelly
Sony has released a new Ghostbusters featurette focusing on the new team’s administrative assistant Kevin, as played by Chris Hemsworth, in anticipation of tomorrow’s Administrative Professionals Day. Though the character is described as “a Ken doll with the insides scooped out” by Kate McKinnon, Hemsworth appears to bring a lot of charm to role. Ghostbusters… Read more »
Pokemon is calling out to fans with a heavy dose of nostalgia on Twitter. It’s time to head to your attic or basement to dig out your collection. Perhaps it’s just a matter of reaching in that box in the corner of your bedroom. I have long since lost 90% of the Pokemon things I… Read more »
A Utah theater could lose it’s liquor license and be fined up to $25,000.00 for showing Deadpool and serving alcohol. There is a law prohibiting the showing of nudity, sex acts and alcohol in one spot. The theater, Brewvies, is claiming the law is unconstitutional. On February 23rd, to undercover investigators from the Utah Department of Alcoholic… Read more »
Marc Jackson writes, This June sees the arrival of MACC-POW! Macclesfield, in Cheshire’s first ever comic convention! Celebrating comics and comic art from around the world and embracing amazing local talent in a collision of comic-book coolness! In association with the Barnaby Arts Festival, which runs for two weeks in June in Macclesfield, I was… Read more »
In the trailer for Nicholas Winding Refn‘s The Neon Demon, Elle Fanning stars as Jesse, an aspiring model attempting to make it in Los Angeles. But to survive the cannibalistic business, Jesse will have to become what her mother always said she was: dangerous. The Neon Demon opens in June.
A long time ago Miller & Sons published Captain Marvel reprints in Britain. Then, as a result of the DC Vs Fawcett trial, the source of those reprints vanished. So Mick Anglo was hired to create a lookey-likey strip, Marvelman, which was successful in the fifties but mostly forgotten since. Until it was revived for… Read more »