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Moore, Gaiman, & Morrison Spotlighted in The British Invasion!

Sequart Organization is proud to announce the publication of The British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, and the Invention of the Modern Comic Book Writer, by Greg Carpenter. Moore. Gaiman. Morrison. They came from Northampton, West Sussex, and Glasgow, and even though they spoke with different dialects, they gave American comics a new voice […]

ALIENS 30th Anniversary Edition Arrives Sept. 13

Celebrate three decades of pulse-pounding action and bone-chilling suspense with this Aliens 30th Anniversary Limited-Edition Set that features both the Theatrical and Special Edition versions of the film on Blu-ray™, as well as audio commentary, deleted and extended scenes and more. This must-have set also includes collectible art cards, and a book featuring art from […]

Tweeks: DC Super Hero Girls SDCC Cast Interview

Maddy has been pretty vocal this year about how she is with DC, though even more than Rebirth, Batgirl and Birds of Prey, we are both obsessed with DC Super Hero Girls. Yes, it is aimed for girls 6 -12, but we dare anyone to not love this. Start with the video shorts and eventually […]

Dennis O’Neil: Have I Offended Anyone?

So there’s some kind of election going on? Well, not in comicbookland there isn’t and maybe that’s just as well. Last week, we blathered about the lack of ethnic diversity in mass entertainment, particularly regarding names, and suggested that the purveyors of such entertainment didn’t want to alienate potential customers by giving their heroes traits […]

Molly Jackson: Change in Process

Last week, I wrote about how I can turn brunch into me championing female comics creators to new comic readers.  Ok, there was a bit more to it than that but just go ahead and read it if you really want the details. After that went out, our Ye Olde Editor Mike decided to play […]

Mike Gold: Holy Geriatrics, Batman!

Bear with me once again as we step into the “borrowed” WABAC machine to visit another era – one fraught with its own cultural peccadillos, its own world-view, and its own sensibilities. You’ve probably heard that WB is extending their never-ending line of direct-to-disc DC-based animated features this fall to include a new, original, and […]

Power Rangers Dino Charge: Hero Arrives November 1

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Jump into the action-packed adventures of this global phenomenon when Power Rangers Dino Charge: Hero arrives on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD, and On Demand November 1 from Lionsgate. In this series, the teen superheroes must join forces to defeat an evil monster in order to save the day. Power Rangers fans will […]

REVIEW: Gotham: The Complete Second Season

Last year, Gotham debuted on Fox amidst a lot of hoopla and generally positive notices. I, however, found the series woefully inept with ham-fisted dialogue and implausible plotting, while ignoring the source material to the point of being unrecognizable. I apparently was in the minority since the ratings were strong and it got a renewal. […]

REVIEW: The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Fairy Tales are also cautionary tales, a way to teach morals and values to children at a time when the majority of the populace couldn’t read or write. It wasn’t until the last four centuries or so when we began writing it all down and solidifying the variations. Even today, people take the classics and […]

Joe Corallo: Flame Con Burns Bright

This past weekend I tabled Flame Con 2 at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott Hotel with my friend and collaborator Robby Barrett. We premiered our new comic, Saturn’s Call. It’s about a group of witchy queer kids who are trying to come together to protect each other, so obviously Flame Con was the perfect venue to […]

Independence Day: Resurgence Invades Homes Starting Sept. 27

Twenty years after mysterious aliens nearly wiped out humankind, they’re back with a vengeance in this explosive sequel to the original blockbuster hit, INDEPENDENCE DAY! Using recovered alien technology, the nations of Earth developed a vast defense program to protect the planet, led by Jeff Goldblum, returning as brilliant scientist David Levinson. But nothing could […]

The Huntsman: Winter’s War Giveaway Ends Tonight

In case you missed it, tonight at 11:59 p.m. is the deadline for entries to win a Blu-ray copy of Universal’s The Huntsman: Winter’s War. The 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand  editions hit August 23, you will have a chance to win a copy of your very own. We’ve partnered with our friends at […]

Mindy Newell: Girlfriends

Veronica Lodge: “Bring it on, Blondie. Bring it on!” Betty Cooper: “Oh, it’s brung! It’s brung!” Betty & Veronica #1 • Adam Hughes, Writer & Artist • Archie Comics, 2016 So I finally got a chance to read through my stack of comics, and the one that elicited the most positive reaction, the one that […]

Ed Catto’s Mitzi McCoy Summer Fling!

What’s more delightful than a summer fling? You meet someone new, get fascinated and before long you’re spending every moment under the hot summer sun together. This summer’s almost over, but there’s still time for one last fling. Get ready to meet Mitzi McCoy…and her creator’s grandson, Brian Collins. Mitzi McCoy was a lovely strip […]

John Ostrander Beats the Dreaded Deadline Doom… To Death!

“Negative space, n. – empty space, space around an object or form; also called white space.” – dictionary.com Negative space as a concept, especially in graphic arts, is an important idea. It could perhaps be described as drawing where the object isn’t. It can define the object. I once heard an artist say that the […]

Emily S. Whitten in Nerd HQ!

I’m all about organizations with heart. Places that make you feel at home. And while the San Diego Comic Con is phenomenal and offers many amazing experiences, it can also be overwhelming and make you feel a bit like you’re just one of many ants in the ant farm, toiling slowly along towards your next goal. […]

Marc Alan Fishman: Everything’s Better When You Relaunch

It’s about that time of the year again for the annual Wizard World Chicago Comic Con. The show itself is very close to my heart. It’s the first comic con I ever attended as a fan. It’s where I went year in and year out to see DC and Marvel fight for comics supremacy. It’s […]

The Jungle Book Returns to IMAX, Arrives at Home Aug. 30

Audiences were mesmerized by Disney’s live-action epic adventure “The Jungle Book,” which has earned more than $949 million at the global box office to date.  Critically acclaimed, Jon Favreau’s stunning live-action reimagining of Walt...Show More Summary

Martha Thomases: Oh, Larry Wilmore. We Hardly Knew Ye…

Sad now. Yesterday was the last episode of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. (Note: As I write this, there are still three more shows. I’m going to assume that, if something newsworthy happens on-air between my deadline and publication, my editor will let me revise this accordingly.) The Nightly Show replaced The Colbert Report, […]

Tweeks: SDCC Interview w/ the Benson Sisters of DC Comics’ Batgirl & Birds of Prey

If there every were a set of sister cooler than The Tweeks, it would have to be Shawna & Julie Benson. There, we said it! And it’s so true. They are the absolute coolest & nicest & most talented! For those of you who haven’t been waiting (im)patiently for the release of DC’s Rebirth Batgirl […]

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