By Jeremy Konrad Wrestling comics in the past and up until now have been…not so great. No matter what publisher has tried to do it, wrestling has not lent itself to adaptation in this medium. Nobody has ever focused on what makes professional wrestling as entertaining as it is. The performers themselves are superheroes come… Read more »
By Jeremy Konrad Hasbro held their Marvel Legends panel Saturday afternoon, including plenty of reveals for their 3 3/4 and 6 inch scale lines, 12 inch line, and new role play items. They started by showing their two SDCC Marvel Legends exclusives, the Collector’s Vault, which has in scale figure including Howard The Duck and… Read more »
This is Squirrel Girl. And this is John Barrowman. And from behind, obviously…Doesn’t he look fine? Check out Christine’s rundown of the Eisners, now with photos, right here.
Octavio Karbank writes, As the panel began, you could feel the audience’s nervous energy. Everyone was ready for the show to start and for his or her favorite actors to come on stage. Nobody knew what to expect, but by panel’s end, it was pretty clear those same expectations were blown to high heaven. Once… Read more »
Matt Fraction has taken the decision to revisit his earliest work for Marvel Comics. As he says in the Milkfed newsletter, What advice would I give the writer I was ten years ago, just starting out? What do I think of that work now, what do I like, what don’t I like, what works, what doesn’t?… Read more »
I quite enjoyed Rise of the Tomb Raider last year, with it becoming a very confident step for the series. The Xbox One exclusive was never going to be an exclusive forever though, and we now have the date for the PlayStation 4 version of the game. The version of the game is called the 20… Read more »