Posted January 13, 2013 by Brendon Connelly
Jetpack Comics of Rochester, New Hampshire, USA and Forbidden Planet of the UK aren’t just satisfied with giving away the fifty free Free Comic Book Day titles. Three of them will have their own unique covers. A Spectrum #0 Exclusive featuring a cover by video game artist Kindra Haugen – the only limited edition cover for Spectrum #0 available… Read more »
Batman and Joker confront one another in the trailer for the upcoming animated direct-to-video feature Batman: The Killing Joke. Based on the story by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, the animated film has been deemed intense enough to receive an R rating from the Motion Picture Association of America’s Classification and Ratings Administration. And while… Read more »
Thank god, they've found a way to legislate fun. https://t.co/vUSptxaHb9 — Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 24, 2016 Ah, so that’s where that traffic bump came earlier today. Ryan Reynolds has weighed in on the Utah watching-Deadpool-while-drinking-alcohol sting operation. Via a Bleeding Cool article by Dan Wickline. Hope you stick around Ryan!
The final DC Art Academy filmed at last summers San Diego Comic Con featured artist Lea Hernandez. She was joined on stage by her Teen Titans Go! writer Merrill Hagan and the two answered questions as Lea drew Cyborg and Beast Boy cosplaying as Batman v Superman.
On Monday we get the first season finale of Supergirl and now we have previews. The first one shows Alex Danvers under the influence of Myriad and wearing an exo-suit allowing her to beat the crap out of Kara Zor-El. The second shows Maxwell Lord helping Cat Grant’s plan for Supergirl to use hope to… Read more »
The Jungle Book is really quite good. It’s endlessly gorgeous and tells a fable like story, updating the now classic animated movie into an effects laden family film. There is so much that shouldn’t have worked about the movie, such as having photo realistic animals talking and singing, as that’s something that has barely ever… Read more »