Posted February 25, 2013 by Brendon Connelly
Rob Kazinsky, a huge Warcraft fan and the actor playing Orgrim, takes us on a tour of the Warcraft War Room. He explains that this is basically poetic license, as in the game players get their armor and weapons from vendors, from chests or taking them off of dead bad guys. But then again you… Read more »
If you are in Philadelphia this Wednesday, May 25th, you should consider swinging by Fat Jack’s Comicrypt as the cities old comic store is hosting a signing by Garth Ennis. The writer has been all over the comic news lately with last night premiere of AMC’s Preacher and talk of The Boys being in development…. Read more »
Coming off Tuesday’s #ValiantSummit in New York, Valiant Entertainment is having a big week…but they’ll be raising the stakes even higher in June as X-O Manowar #47 begins the countdown to the long-running series’ issue #50 finale. To officiate writer Robert Venditti‘s 56-issue run on the title, the publisher is holding “X-O Manowar #50 Countdown… Read more »
Warner Bros. has released an animated intro for The Nice Guys which recalls the animated intros of old Hanna-Barbera adventures shows and, oddly enough, the opening narration of the late 70s cartoon Battle of the Planets. Considering the film is set in the era, it’s a fitting tribute: The film opens today.
Love it or hate it, Robotech is an important part of anime’s history in the US. The project began as an attempt to faithfully adapt Super Dimension Fortress Macross for the American market, but got sidetracked when it needed additional episodes for syndication. The eventual eighty-five episode epic merged Macross with two other Japanese animated… Read more »
The word on the street is that we are about to get a brand-new, very well-funded awards show for San Diego Comic Con. I understand that high level talks are taking place between Jennifer O’Connell, Executive VP of Alternative Programming, Seth Lederman, Executive VP General Manager of the new streaming channel Comic-Con HQ and David… Read more »