Spoilers ahead – for both Amazing Spider-Man #20 but also Infamous Iron Man #1. Just saying. Dan Slott was right about the Clone Conspiracy series being the main event and Amazing Spider-Man being just the back-up. The final page of Clone Conspiracy #1 gave us this. That’s how Amazing Spider-Man #20 begins. But by the end… Read more »
The new Dark Knight III: The Master Race #6 shows us a final stand against the Kryptonian immigrant threat to our world from a rogue religious sect of the city of Kandor. It seems that the promise to build a bottle and get the Kandorians to pay for it, didn’t work out. But why, in… Read more »
Warren Ellis has been talking about his decision to take on The Wild Storm, a curated rebooting of the Wildstorm Universe, that originally saw publication from Jim Lee‘s studio from Image Comics with the establishment of WidlCATS in the early nineties. Warren Ellis came into it in the later nineties with Stormwatch, on his back of… Read more »
With only 5 episodes having aired, Syfy has already approved a second season for their new series Van Helsing. Inspired by the Zenescope Entertainment character, the series stars Kelly Overton as Vanessa Helsing, humanity’s last hope in a world dominated by Vampires. In a unique twist, Helsing is not only immune to being turned, but her… Read more »
John Wick 2 is expected to get a trailer later today at an NYCC panel, but to get you warmed up, here is a pretty neat poster summing up what I expect to see. It’s just John against a whole lot of guns. That about explains it right?
Being a huge fan of Image Comics, I was so excited to sit in on the Image Comics Storytelling panel, with the focus on storytelling in comics and all that comes with it. The panel featured: Gabriel Hardman, for his comic Invisible Republic, Declan Shalvey for Injection, Scott Snyder for AD and Wytches, Karen Berger… Read more »