Nancy Collins, writer of Red Sonja: Vulture’s Circle #3, talks with writer Shannon Eric Denton about Lady Rawhide/Lady Zorro #1, both on sale now. Cover by Mike Mayhew. NANCY COLLINS: March is Women’s History Month, and here we have a new miniseries featuring two female heroes in a historical setting. Was that a deliberate decision… Read more »
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By Rich Epstein You didn’t really think we could go an entire season without seeing the Island of Lian Yu, did you? This week, Arrow continued their tradition of one flashback heavy episode per season. The episode starts off with Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Thea Queen (Willa Holland) on the island, training with bamboo… Read more »
The series premier of Gotham is only days away now and Gothamsite has gotten the synopsis for the third episode. Seems Batman was not the first vigilante to hit the streets of the city… a man is trying to remove the corruption by taking it to new heights. Detectives Gordon and Bullock track down a… Read more »
Chris Robeson continues his run on the Man of Bronze with Doc Savage #6 out this week. Battlestar Galactica writer Dan Abnett talked with Chris about what drew him to the project, what his plans are for Doc and what it’s like having covers by Alex Ross. DAN ABNETT: Chris, Doc Savage is probably the… Read more »
By Jared Cornelius It’d been a long time since I’d heard of the Dark Horse Comics character X. I was aware the character existed, I remember whispers of him in the 90’s as a dark brooding vigilante when such things were as common as air, but I never had the urge to find out more about him. I… Read more »
Chris Roberson was raised in the 70s, but was constantly exposed to the pulp heroes of the previous generations. Jim Zub talked with him about The Shadow and taking the character out of his familiar urban setting. JIM ZUB: Given the long history of the character it may seem odd, but how would you sum… Read more »
Dragons 2 casts up.
A lot of Hollywood names fell in love with Aaron Guzikowski’s screenplay for Prisoners. I didn’t, but when Incendies’ Denis Villeneuve signed on to direct, my ears pricked up.
Captain America was a popular film. Almost too popular? This mask, currently available online as a Red Skull mask, was used by one Kevin Crawford to rob a bank in Brooklyn of $8000 before he was arrested after onlookers followed him and then surrounded him, held by the Borough Park Shomrim, one of a number of… Read more »
There are more bad omens in this story than the bottom of your average tea cup.
Adi Tantimedh writes for Bleeding Cool; I hardly watch US network crime shows anymore because I find most of them to be generic shit (This is different from cable shows that don’t need to follow old formulae and can push the envelope more). They generally need to be in order to satisfy conservative viewers and… Read more »
There’s been quite a media blitz over Superman early in this Comic Con week, including interviews with Jim Lee and Dan DiDio regarding the new take on the character among other things. Overall, it paints a very different picture from the Superman we’ve come to know, and Lee, DiDio, and Grant Morrison go on to… Read more »
It’s now become incredibly tempting to look at every possibly planned DC project and declare it a ptential new #1 for the DC Relaunch. Because, to be fair, that’s happening a lot. Billy Tucci’s planned Cassandra Cain project… that Jock Detective Comics cover… It’s all grist for the mill. As is this page posted by… Read more »
In less than one month, James Gunn’s long-time-coming Super will finally be on US cinema screens. Time for a trailer, then. At last. Rainn Wilson stars as a man pushed to put on a superhero outfit and start hitting people with a monkey wrench when his wife, played by Liv Tyler, is seduced by a sleazy… Read more »
Dark Circle Comics has one book hitting shelves this week, The Black Hood #7. This is the first part of The Lonely Crusade storyline by Duane Swierczynski and Michael Gaydos. THE BLACK HOOD #7 Script: Duane Swierczynski Art: Michael Gaydos, Rachel Deering, Kelly Fitzpatrick Cover: Francesco Francavilla Variant Cover: David Mack “The Lonely Crusade, Part… Read more »
Coming in February from the publisher with the most complicated name in comics, Devil’s Due/1First Comics LLC is the return of The Badger, by Mike Baron, Jim Fern and Paul Mounts. Originally created and published in 1983 by Baron, published by Capital Comics and then First Comics for seventy issues, the violent superhero comic then saw publication from Dark Horse, Image… Read more »
Sean Ryan and Philippe Briones are off New Suicide Squad, replaced by Tim Seeley and Juan Ferreyra. Cullen Bunn is off Aquaman, though Vicente Cifuentes is still on, but before Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis join, Dan Abnett is writing the book. And Will Pfeifer is off Teen Titans, replaced by Greg Pak with Noel Rodriguez… Read more »
A nice little preview of Batman #46, out this week, courtesy of those nice DC Comics media partners Comicbook. And possibly a critique of what “Batman” is in the current world. Bear with me. The Robobat plotline has upset a few folk – the point is that it should. Batman being transformed from the… Read more »
In next March’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the two DC Comics titans duke it out in a fight that, at least visually, bears some resemblance to their classic showdown in The Dark Knight Returns. But unlike the title bouts between Aliens and Predators, or King Kong and Godzilla, it would seem the match… Read more »
New Swamp Thing, Poison Ivy, Green Lantern Corps Thing, Suicide Squad Most Wanted, Legend Of Wonder Woman… so I guess Katana, Metal Men, Metamorpho, Firestorm, Raven and Sugar & Spike yet to come, it seems…. And as well as the listed folk for Gotham Academy Yearbook, Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher, Hope Larson, Katie Cook, Ken Niimura,… Read more »
**** Spoilers for the new season of Arrow **** . . . This season of Arrow is taking care of a lot of the fan complaints since the beginning of the series. The first being the name thing… The Hood, The Vigilante and even The Arrow wasn’t good enough for fans and the executive producers… Read more »
I’m a big fan of the old pulp magazines / novels and classic noir characters like The Shadow, The Phantom and The Avenger. And while those characters have achieved a decent amount of name recognition, other amazing characters from that era have not. Moonstone publishes new stories of some of these characters… one in particular… Read more »
To celebrate the upcoming trade collection, The Black Hood: The Bullet’s Kiss from Archie/Dark Circle Comics, we have a couple of announcements connected to the trade to make as well as a massive collection of covers and an even more massive preview of the collection for you, dear readers. Firstly, we’d like to share the… Read more »