Tomorrow sees the launch of Six Pack & Dog Welder: Hard Travelin’ Heroes by Garth Ennis and Russ Braun from DC Comics. We all know Dogwelder has the power to weld dogs to people’s faces with blowtorches. But when did that power first manifest itself? This ComicBook.com preview unveils the true tragedy of what, you know,… Read more »
Stephen L’Heureux of Solipsist Films is a movie producer with Sin City: A Dame To Kill For amongst his credits. But it’s not that link with Frank Miller that has popped up today. Instead, he is being sued by art dealer Michael Burkey over three pieces of comic book art, that Berkely claims he sold… Read more »
Someone must’ve really liked the use of Sabotage from the Beastie Boys in Star Trek Beyond. Because here we have the latest Rogue One: A Star Wars Story being remixed with the song from 1994 and it works remarkably well. Though personally I would’ve went with the Krokus version of Ballroom Blitz for this trailer.
23 years ago I went to the theater and saw Army of Darkness with my girlfriend. She was a horror film fan… I’m not… and it was her turn to pick. I wasn’t sure what to expect and ended up loving the film. Bruce Campbell’s portrayal of Ash Williams was brilliant and with the iconic… Read more »
They didn’t need Facebook. Somehow, one night in 1954, the word got out. And hundreds of Glasweigan children aged from 4 to 14, inspired by the stories they’d read in comics, armed themselves with whatever they could find and took to the streets to hunt for the fictional Gorbals Vampire. A man with iron teeth who had,… Read more »
by Mike Sangregorio Bleeding Cool contributor Anthony Desiato (@DesiWestside) is the host of the “My Comic Shop History” biweekly podcast. Episode 8 of Season 2, titled “Mild-Mannered Reporters,” was released Wednesday and features an interview with New York Times writer/editor George Gustines (@GeorgeGustines). They discuss reporting on comics, and various related topics, for the audience… Read more »