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Skybound Galactic, Sony Pictures TV Developing Image Comics’ Thief of Thieves, Nailbiter TV Series

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman‘s Skybound Entertainment continues building beyond the Walking Dead universe with Skybound Galactic, which will focus on financing and developing scripted television series and projects. Partnering with indie studio Sony Pictures TV and led by Rick Jacobs (Dirk Gentl), Skybound Galactic will create and develop projects financed by Sony, with the studio selling […]

Marvel Will Kill Off Old Man Logan in a 12-Part ‘Dead Man Logan’ Limited Series

Okay, these Wolverine death/return/death limited series are starting to get out of control! First, we had the original Death of Wolverine series in 2014, which was preceded by the Death of Wolverine storyline in the regular Wolverine book and which spawned two one-shots, two minis, and an ongoing series called Wolverines. To bring him back, we’ve had […]

Daredevil #605 cover by Chris Sprouse and Marte Gracia

Daredevil #605 Review: The Over-the-Top Battle of City Hall

Wilson Fisk is on his feet again and demanding the seat of mayor back from Matt Murdock. Meanwhile, Daredevil, Father Jordan, and the Order of the Dragon are pinned down across town. However, their lucks change when they find a police horse stable. They use the horses to draw the Hand back to city hall […]

Daredevil #604 cover by Chris Sprouse and Marte Gracia

Daredevil #604 Review: No One Expects the Order of the Dragons

Father Jordan expels the poison cloud from Mayor Matt Murdock’s lungs, and he explains to the recovering Matt the order from which the Father hails. It is called the Order of the Dragon, and they fight supernatural threats like the Hand. They have been doing so for centuries, and he has more members on their […]

Daredevil #603 cover by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, and Marte Gracia

Daredevil #603 Review: Slower but Still Full of Personality

Daredevil finds Elektra attempting to leave New York, and the two are ambushed by the Hand. After the ninjas mysteriously withdraw, Matt convinces Elektra to stay in the city and join his fight against the Hand. After returning to city hall, Matt throws an even crazier idea at Foggy, and it involves the crime lords […]

Daredevil #602 cover by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, and Marte Gracia

Daredevil #602 Review: Mayor Murdock and Chief of Staff Foggy

The Hand attack on New York continues, and Mayor Matt Murdock calls upon his closest friend to help in his hour of need: Foggy Nelson. Foggy tries to keep Matt in the office instead of facing the Hand as Daredevil, but Blindspot arrives and One Police Plaza comes under attack. Daredevil and Blindspot head out […]

Daredevil #601 cover by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, and Jordie Bellaire

Daredevil #601 Review: The Rise of Mayor Matt Murdock

Daredevil escapes from custody with the unwilling help of a pair of Hand ninjas, and Matt Murdock returns to city hall. Wilson Fisk is still incapacitated, and, thanks to some laws from the last administration, Matt Murdock is the new mayor of New York City. He goes to work in helping the city fend off […]

X-Men: Bland Design – An Unexpected Ending in Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #5

Welcome to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that answers the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” This week there are five regular-priced X-Books on the stands, which will run you a total of 20 bucks to buy and, thanks to modern comic book […]

deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #4

X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #4

Welcome to Week 2 of our new ongoing column answering the question “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” That’s right, it’s, X-Men: Bland Design! This week there are five X-Books on the stands, which will cost you a total of $20 […]

Writer’s Commentary – Ben Fisher Talks The Great Divide #1

A Writer’s Commentary: Ben Fisher talks The Great Divide #1, on sale today from Dynamite. Grab your copy and follow along. Cover by Mike Henderson and interiors by Adam Markiewicz. Page 1 I knew from the first draft of the script that I wanted to open with a “man runs into a bar” joke. It sets […]

There’s A New Serial Killer In Town In Nailbiter’s Second Arc In November

A new Nailbiter story ARC will begin this November from Image Comics! Written by Joshua Williamson (Ghosted, Birthright), with art by Mike Henderson (Venom, Carnage) Nailbiter #17 will feature a new serial killer! Previously in Nailbiter, NSA agent Nicholas Finch found himself roped into the mystery of Buckaroo, Oregon, where sixteen of the world’s vilest […]


Interview: Rachel Deering Talks In the Dark, Crowdfunding and Horror

Alasdair Stuart writes; Rachel Deering wears a lot of hats. She’s part of the team who produce the Amelia Cole comics from Monkeybrain, has her own horror series, Anathema and is in the final stages of bringing In The Dark into land. A huge horror anthology filled with some amazing creative talent, it’s Kickstarter campaign […]

A Horrorthology Kickstarter With Justin Jordan, Tradd Moore, Cullen Bunn, Tim Seeley, Tom Taylor, Marguerite Bennett, James Tynion, Valerie D’Orazio And More – Oh And Rachel Deering

You’ll know the names. Mostly mid-level comic creators working for Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, IDW and the likes. But they all have loyal fanbases. And they are all contributing to a new anthology of horror comics, twenty creative teams, two hundred and fifty pages and an introduction from Scott Snyder, funded by Kickstarter. Which […]

Masks, Mobsters And Mike Henderson

 Joseph Kyle Schmidt writes; Perusing the comments section of various pop culture blog sites, there seems to be a prevailing notion that divides the print faithful from their digital counterparts. It isn’t split with the vitriol or elitism that seems a stigma for geek arguments, such as the classic debate of Wonder Woman’s lack […]