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Contagion #5 [Preview]

Moon Knight’s Fantastic Voyage in Contagion #5 [Preview]

Contagion #5 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, the final issue in this mini-series that is Marvel’s answer to DC’s DCeased, which was DC’s answer to Marvel’s Marvel Zombies, by Canada’s favorite son Ed Brisson, Adam Gorham, Veronica Gandini, and Cory Petit. We’ve got a preview below. And with a severe case of […]

Contagion #4 [Preview]

More of Marvel’s Heroes DCeased in This Preview of Contagion #4 [Preview]

Contagion #4 is in stores next week from Marvel Comics, by Canada’s favorite son Ed Brisson, Damian Couceiro, Veronica Gandini, and Cory Petit. We’ve got a preview below. The concept of this event is simple: a dangerous fungal infection is spreading across the Marvel Universe, an infection that started when DC Comics experienced high sales […]

Contagion #3 [Preview]

Ben Grimm Kills the Marvel Universe in Contagion #3 [Preview]

Contagion #3 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Canada’s favorite son Ed Brisson and more. We’ve got a preview below. No recap page. This series comes out weekly. Just read the previous issue. Basically, the Marvel Universe New York City has got a really bad case of foot fungus… but it’s not […]

Contagion #2 [Preview]

Iron Fist Complains About Poor Characterization of HoXPoX in Contagion #2 [Preview]

Contagion #2 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by Canada’s favorite son Ed Brisson, Stephen Segovia, and more. We’ve got a preview below. A strange infection is spreading across the Marvel Universe, its origin the infectious sales numbers of DC Comics’ DCeased mini-series. Now, the heroes of the MArvel Universe attempt to deal […]

Contagion #1 [Preview]

Can The Thing Use His Poop as Cat Litter? Contagion #1 [Preview]

Something is infecting the Marvel Universe next week, and readers had better hope they’ve vaccinated themselves against extraneous event comics. If not, they’ll be stuck shelling out weekly for Contagion, with the first issue by Canada’s favorite son Ed Brisson, along with Roge Antonio, Stephen Segovia, and more in stores next Wednesday and previewed below. […]

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Ed Brisson Pits Street Level Marvel Heroes Against Zombie Hordes in Contagion

In a move that could earn Marvel Comics a DCease-and-DCist, Ed Brisson will team with a harem of artists for a five-issue weekly mini-series pitting Marvel’s street-level heroes against a sickness turning the people of the Marvel Universe into what appear to be mindless zombies. Contagion will feature artists including: Roge Antonio, Stephen Segovia, Mack […]


Warner Bros. Planning Contagion 2

One of my favourites of last year was Steven Soderbergh‘s Contagion, a wonderful blend of drama and horror that played out a nightmarish what-if scenario about a killer virus. It wrapped up beautifully too, drawing a close to its central drama and bringing a lot of what had gone before into fresh, sharp focus. I […]

Full Trailer For Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion

Aaaaaaaaand cue “viral video” jokes aplenty, because the full trailer for Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion is out. Be warned: there’s something like a big spoiler in there. Perhaps bigger than normal – or something small and relatively inconsequential, if not downright inevitable. Depends on how you slice it. It’s an obvious plot beat to me. And […]

First Footage From Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion Is A Call To Arms

Those Entertainment Tonight scallywags. Can’t they shut up for just thirty seconds? And the way they preview the movie previews they’re going to feature, ripping out just a few shots and dangling them. Cruel teasery. Though, truth be told, the “CAN’T WAIT” centre of my brain actually thanks them for it, especially if it brings […]

Soderbergh And Channing Tatum Slip Stripper Pic Into Their Schedule

The (increasingly) accepted wisdom was that Stephen Soderbergh only had two more movies to get into production, a biopic of Liberace and a big-screen version of The Man from UNCLE, before hanging up his megaphone for good. As much as I was starting to believe this, I was wondering what was to happen to the […]

Five Reasons You Really Should Go And See Dream Home

Leaving aside all of the usual arguments about supporting small films, bijou distributors and the like, what specific reasons are there to watch Pang Ho-Cheung’s Dream Home? Here are Five Things that I hope will convince you take a punt and turn out for what I think is one of the year’s best films. 1. […]