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Aladdin Projected to Open at $70-$90M Plus 3 TV Spot and a New Poster

Not Expecting ‘Aladdin’ to Be Favorite Film [Shell-Shocked Review]

It’s not an exaggeration to say that my expectations going in to see the new live-action Aladdin movie from Disney were on the low side. This is a remake of a kid’s cartoon movie that was only so-so in my opinion. It is directed by someone who hasn’t made an enjoyable film in a decade. […]

Which Comics Should Fans of DC TV/Film Start With? DC Broke It Down at SDCC

Words and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Mike Sangregorio: On Saturday afternoon at San Diego Comic-Con DC closed out a string of panels with a discussion of what should be considered essential reading for those fans who discovered its characters through other mediums, such as television and movies. It was moderated by Mike Avita, host of […]

Titans Special #1 cover by Brandon Peterson

Titans Special #1 Review: A New Era of Titans

The breach in the Source Wall is causing countless new and powerful metahumans to manifest around the world. After a failure to help one shakes him to his core, Nightwing knows it’s time for the Titans to be reformed. He goes to the Justice League, and they tell Dick that a new team will have […]

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Nicola Scott Draws Wonder Woman In The DC Comics Art Academy

Wonder Woman artist Nicola Scott recently returned to the DC Comics Art Academy to draw a picture of the Amazon princess and was asked about what artist was one of her earliest influences. It was nice to hear her say her mother. Seems both Nicola’s mother and grandmother were artists and the talent has passed […]


Following Brother In Arms, Liam Sharp Departing Wonder Woman But Not Going Far

  Hot on the heels of Greg Rucka‘s announcement that he is leaving Wonder Woman, one of Wonder Woman‘s artists Liam Sharp has now announced that he too is leaving the book with issue 25. Liam Sharp has been handling the modern day segments seeing Wonder Woman facing up to the revelation that her past […]

Greg Rucka Departing Wonder Woman Because Of Its Twice-Monthly Pace

DC Rebirth Wonder Woman writer Greg Rucka has announced via his tumblr that he will be leaving the comic with it’s 25th issue. Making a point to put people’s mind at ease that he is not leaving for any nefarious reasons or being fired, he simply needs to respect his commitments to his fellow collaborators […]

Comic Books – Immigrants Are Welcome Here

Writer Greg Pak has raised an excellent point on twitter in response to the #MuslimBan, the controversial Executive Order from President Donald Trump that bans immigration from seven countries of largely Muslim population. The ban is affecting refugees from war-torn regions, ideological or social refugees who would face recriminations and death in some cases for […]

A Return to Wonder – Wonder Woman #14 Review

With this latest instalment in the DC Rebirth Wonder Woman series, we return to the finale of Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr.‘s Year One story, presented us with a revised origin to the character in the current DC Universe. And frankly, it feels like a return for the character. Let me go […]

In Today’s Wonder Woman, Gail Simone Gets a Promotion

Reading today’s Wonder Woman, by Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr., an utter joy to read and filled with hope, also had a neat little nod to an old writer of the title, Gail Simone. Congratulations on your promotion to General, @GailSimone #WonderWoman #ww pic.twitter.com/WfSiOJV0Jd — Joe Glass 🏳️‍🌈Haus of X, henny! NYCC […]

Greg Rucka: Black Magick Will Return For Seckond Arc In June, Not April

Wonder Woman writer Greg Rucka took to Twitter early this morning to announce a slight change to the return schedule for Black Magick, the kreator owned book about adding the letter “k” unnecessarily to words which he makes with ko-kreator and Wonder Woman partner Nicola Scott. The book has been on a break since February […]


UN Takes Wonder Woman’s Job Because of How She Dresses

By Joe Glass After just two months, Wonder Woman has lost her position at the UN as an Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls. And frankly, that is an utter shame. What seem to be the main reasons for those protesting, petitioning and ultimately seeing the fictional character removed from the position […]

Is This Wonder Woman’s First Canon Same-Sex Relationship?

Wonder Woman was created by the writer William Moulton Marston, while he was living in a polyamorous relationship with his wife and girlfriend. The portrayal of a female superhero, who came from a land without men was enough for the author of Seduction Of The Innocent, Dr. Frederic Wertham to describe her as  “the lesbian counterpart […]

Dejah Thoris May Be The Best Way To Judge The Dynamite Redesigns

Recently Dynamite Entertainment had artist Nicola Scott redesign three of their iconic female characters: Red Sonja, Dejah Thoris and Vampirella. Where Red Sonja and Vampirella were know for their specific look, Dejah Thoris was more likely known for just how little she wore as her outfit varied often.This is their new take on the Edgar […]

Looking Inside The New Red Sonja #1

Dynamite is launching a new Red Sonja series with the creative team of Marguerite Bennett (Bombshells) and Aneke (Legenderry: Red Sonja) to be released on January 13, 2016. In the new series crafted with Gail Simone, Sonja returns to her homeland of Hyrkania, only to find her king near death and her people in the service of a fascist-like regime. […]


Losing The Mankini As Kate Leth Writes Vampirella And Nicola Scott Redesigns

Originally designed by Trina Robbins, Vampirella‘s iconic look has been responsible for much of her fame – and much mocking along the way. But in March, publishers Dynamite Entertainment will see her redesigned from the mankini look by Nicola Scott in a new comic series written by Kate Leth which will “see a return to the […]