Some of the DC Rebirth titles continue without much note of what came before, with maybe an occasional throwaway line. But while Wonder Woman #5 sees Diana talking to Cheetah about her fractured past, without coming any closer to whoever actually did it… Over in Titans #3, we have Abrakadabra dealing with more timeline problems,… Read more »
As we reported yesterday, with out hardest hitting journalist hats on, today’s Invincible Iron Man by Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev uses a naughty word. The first, that we can tell, Marvel non-mature readers comic to take the plunge. Of course, not only has DC Comics been there, but it goes there again today in Hellblazer #1… Read more »
Michael Francis writes, There was a tradition of sexual magic practiced by secret societies in Europe that started in the 1100’s and continued underground for hundreds of years. This sexual magic was a mysterious type of practice, so intense and powerful, and when used by certain chosen individuals, it could enable them to become super-conscious…. Read more »
The Hillywood Show has done up a parody of Sherlock. The video does a pretty good job of covering a lot of episodes we’ve seen so far and was even able to enlist a familiar face… Sherlock series co-creator Steven Moffat. All of this done to a write write of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Thrift Shop.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, actor Benedict Cumberbatch talked about his upcoming turn as the Sorcerer Supreme in the Scott Derrickson directed Doctor Strange. Even with the Cloak of Levitation and the Eye of Agamotto, the Sherlock star says the Doctor’s true super power is something else completely. This man reaches the very bottom… Read more »
Yesterday, we reported that Thomas Gibson, star of the long-running CBS procedural Criminal Minds had been suspended from the series following an altercation with one of the writers. This morning, the actor was let go from the series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Details of incident are still unclear, but reports say the actor —… Read more »