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Season three of THE FOLLOWING has kicked off and everyone wants to know just what’s ahead for Ryan Hardy. The man who can answer that best is Kevin Bacon, and he talks about why this season is so unique for him and the show. Plus former WWE Superstar Alberto DelRio is now Alberto El Patron … Continue reading The Point Radio: A Different Path For THE FOLLOWING ?
I spent time a few weeks ago at Toy Fair. For those not in the know, Toy Fair is one of the industry’s largest trade shows and gives us all a look at what’s coming in the toy world. This is an entire convention center filled with toys and games, and I was one of … Continue reading Molly Jackson Is All Growed Up ?
With five million downloads in Japan already, mobile game developer DeNA and Square Enix announced a US release for FINAL FANTASY: Record Keeper this spring. It’s touted as “the only game to let players relive favorite moments across all past FINAL FANTASY installments and build a team of classic characters. Show More Summary
“Oh, my. The simplest would be to say, ‘Languh yoren osta lebn.’ It’s a typical Yiddish expression. Parents say it to their kids. It means, ‘You should live many years’.” • On the Jewish roots of “live long and prosper” “There was a very small crowd – miniscule compared to the crowd that he gathered … Continue reading Mindy Newell: IDIC ?
Select online fans of A&E’s Psycho prequel Bates Motel received an interesting package in the mail today. As a thank you to the fans of the show, followers of the shows tumblr page were sent a reproduction of the Bates Motel guest book. The book contained a set of high-res reproductions of fan art as submitted … Continue reading A&E sends fans souvenir from the Bates Motel ?
Lionsgate had an opportunity to take advantage of the crass commercial stunt of splitting Mockingjay into two films and enrich the world and characters. Somehow, though, they squandered the opportunity and turned out a leaden adventure that did little more than spin its wheels as we are forced to wait for the final chapter. Show More Summary
Writing a weekly column can be a funny thing at times, especially when you wait until the last moment to do it. Not only does it irritate your editor but the blamed thing can morph from its original topic. Such as this week. I started with one topic and then found two others that I … Continue reading John Ostrander: Death and Vandalism ?
Regional billboard company Adams Outdoor Advertising had this running on their electronic billboards Friday afternoon. Nicely done.
Legendary Digital Media and Fullscreen have partnered with YouTube phenoms Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart in an updated version of Sid & Marty Krofft‘s classic 70’s TV series Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, bringing the property to a new generation of viewers. Show More Summary
Back in November I lamented that Gotham was a train-wreck with glimmers of hope peaking out amongst the smoldering boxcars abandoned near Arkham Asylum. Well, here we are, a large smattering of episodes later, and I’m starting to change my outlook on Fox’s proto-Batman dramedy. Show More Summary
Things have been better for Thing. Not to mention for Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, and the Human Torch. Over the course of the past year in the “The Fall of the Fantastic Four” story line, the FF was forced to vacate their home and headquarters in the Baxter Building. Show More Summary
Season two of the Starz high seas drama, BLACK SAILS, is sailing along and series regulars Hannah New, Toby Stephens & more talk about where the trip will take them over the next few weeks. Plus Kevin Bigley and Kevin Daniels show us why the USA Network comedy SIRENS is scoring some pretty big laughs. Show More Summary
Leonard Nimoy, best know to the world for his role as Mr. Spock in Star Trek, died on Friday morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He was 83. Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family, friends, and fans. Photo by State … Continue reading Leonard Nimoy: 1931-2015 ?
If you haven’t read The Sculptor, stop reading this and go get yourself a copy immediately, Need more persuasion? Okay, but you’re missing out on valuable time that could be spent reading this awesome book. I’ve been a fan of Scott’s since Zot because it was funny and human and had a villain named Art Deco. … Continue reading Martha Thomases: Understanding Scott McCloud ?
This will be hard to believe, but the truth is I seek neither understanding nor accolades regarding my work here and at Bleeding Cool. The bravado and swagger I write with is, more often than not, part of the attitude I’m trying to convey in the article. Frequently, that does not come through – what … Continue reading Michael Davis: From The Edge – The Hidden Beach ?
You may have seen the trailer for the new Fantastic Four movie, due from Fox this coming August. Seeing as how you’re reading this on ComicMix, you probably have. You may be familiar with all the rumors about how Marvel is pissed off...Show More Summary
Attention Bronies: My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic: Adventures of the Cutie Mark Crusaders was released on DVD this week. As you know, a pony’s cutie mark shows their special talent on their flank for all to see, but what if you’re a pony who hasn’t figured out how you are unique yet? Cutie … Continue reading Tweeks: MLP Cutie Mark Crusaders DVD ?
Before I get started on this week’s musings, here are a couple of housekeeping items: 1) Have I mentioned lately how great the other writers here at ComicMix are? It’s probably been awhile, so let me take a quick minute to do so (again). If you somehow found ComicMix via me and primarily read my … Continue reading Emily S. Whitten: The Minds of Philip K. Dick ?
If these aren’t on sale at San Diego this year, I’m going to be very disappointed.
Green Arrow was never really a loner. When he first appeared in More Fun Comics #73 he already had a young partner whose nom de arrow was Speedy and whose other name was Roy Harper. As GA – other-named Oliver Queen – sauntered through the years, he formed alliances with another greenish hero, Green Lantern, … Continue reading Dennis O’Neil: How Green Is My Arrow? ?