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Supergirl comes to Lego Dimensions…BUT…

As part of year two of the popular toys-to-life game Lego Dimensions, the company has announced that Supergirl will be joining her cousin in the DC Comics cast of characters. But that announcement comes with a number of caveats.  The Supergirl minifig will only be made available with new purchases of the starter pack for […]

Joe Corallo: The Ray of Light

It’s been brought to my attention that CW Seed (the CW’s digital content hub) will be airing a new animated DC Entertainment series, Freedom Fighters: The Ray, in 2017. What makes the announcement of this new series extra newsworthy is that The Ray himself gay and would be the first gay superhero to be the […]

Win a Copy of The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Universal’s The Huntsman: Winter’s War has been available on Digital HD since August 2 but when the 4K Ultra HDTM, 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 Universal Home Entertainment to award a Blu-ray copy to […]

REVIEW: 11.22.63

Based on the reviews, I knew I wanted to read 11.22.63 but its sheer size was, for some reason daunting. I figured maybe I’d just listen to it as an audiobook but those 30 hours sit waiting for me. Then, Hulu did me the favor of condensing it down to an eight-hour miniseries, which they […]

Mindy Newell: Letting In The Light

“Come with me and you’ll be in a world of Pure imagination. Take a look and you’ll see into your imagination. We’ll begin with a spin, traveling in the world of my creation. “What we’ll see will defy explanation. If you want to view paradise simply look around and view it. Anything you want to, […]

Ed Catto: The Misfit Among Misfits?

No one can deny Geek Culture has gotten bigger, broader and more mainstream. It’s cool to know about comics and comic characters’ history. It’s now cool to wear shirts with superhero images no matter what your age. And even mainstream retailer Bed Bath and Beyond is getting into the act, borrowing the soon-to-be unveiled Captain […]

John Ostrander, Temporary Celebrity!

Last week I gave a review of the Suicide Squad movie. This week, I’m talking about my trip to NYC for the premiere. I got in to the East Coast on 7/31 and stayed with my friends Tam and Kev English over in New Jersey, near to where I used to live. Tom Mandrake and […]

Suicide Squad: Marc Alan Fishman’s Conflict of Interest!

Hello all. As I’m sure nearly everyone else here on ComicMix has given their two cents on the recent release of Suicide Squad (with the most important among us, John Ostrander, being the end-all-be-all in his review), I’d be remiss if I didn’t also drop a few opinionated pennies in the bucket. My opinion of […]

The Force Awakens 3D Collector’s Edition Adds New Material

BURBANK, Calif. (August 10, 2016) — This fall, Star Wars fans around the world, will experience a galaxy far, far away—up close and in eye-popping 3D—through the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens 3D Collector’s Edition, rolling out beginning Oct. 31 and arriving in the United States and Canada on Nov 15. For the first time—and just in […]

REVIEW: Game of Thrones Season 6 on Digital HD

The sixth season of HBO’s adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones demonstrated one of the key differences between novels and television. The mass medium of television brings with it certain expectations by its audience and producers, hoping to curry favor for repeated patronage, sometimes ignore their instincts and give the fans what they […]

Martha Thomases: Comicons, Guns and Flutter

There is a chance this year that I might again attend the Baltimore Comic-Con next month. This pleases me. It’s a fun show, almost entirely about comic books. Yeah, there are some movie and television celebrities, and that’s fine. Their presence makes many people happy. They don’t take up a lot of the show floor. For […]

Tweeks Catching Up with Wynonna Earp Cast at SDCC

Wynonna Earp is quite possibly the best show on TV right now. If you haven’t been watching, then hurry up and get on Syfy.com and be ready to be sucked in. And then go straight to your local comic book store and buy all the Wynonna Earp comics from IDW. Go! Now! For those of […]

The Point Radio: MR ROBOT And A New Bag Of Shockers

USA Network’s MR ROBOT turned TV on its ear last summer, and the way this season is shaping up they just might do it again. We sit down with the cast,including Rami Malek, Christian Slater, Carly Chakin, Portia Doubleday and Gracie Gummer. Each one talks about the path their characters are on over the next […]

Dennis O’Neil: I Think, Therefore I Yam What I Yam

So, you think you exist, do you? Okay, you probably do, but not in the way you’ve always believed you do. (And let’s be wary of that word “always.” Might be a slippery one, that “always.”) Way back when, in the seventeenth century, a brainy guy, a philosopher and mathematician named René Descartes put “cogito […]

Box Office Democracy: Suicide Squad

I usually try to avoid reading reviews of movies before I go see them but the explosion of negativity that came out as soon as the embargo dropped last week made it utterly impossible to see Suicide Squad completely untainted. Combined with some scheduling snafus that kept me from seeing the film until Monday morning […]

Emily S. Whitten: SDCC’s Her Universe Fashion Show

Tomorrow is the last day for the public to vote for a winner in the Her Universe fashion show that I was fortunate to see live at the San Diego Comic Con (and that you can watch as the finale of its own docu-series on the new on-demand streaming network Comic Con HQ). So what better […]

Mike Gold: Do YOU Collect Comic Books?

I endured another birthday last week. This is not a big deal, I’ve had a lot of them. Of course, I never get tired of my daughter fussing over me and preparing a dinner of unimaginable excellence, but there’s a point in our lives when such an occasion prompts a review of random elements of […]

Twin Peaks’ Original Soundtrack Comes Back in Vinyl

Death Waltz Recording Company brings one of the greatest scores ever recorded back in print for the first time in 25 years! Death Waltz went back to the Warner archives where Tal Miller cut brand new vinyl masters for the Twin Peaks soundtrack, and then worked with Rainbo to press the record on 180g vinyl […]

Tweeks Reactions to SDCC Trailerpalooza Quick Pick Reactions

Here’s our take on the movie trailers released at San Diego Comic Con last month. Justice League Anya: Eh. It doesn’t look that good and there’s nothing that sets it apart from other superhero movies. I’ve noticed lately when watching the trailer that it’s the same thing for every movie. Some dramatic music plays and […]

Supergirl Season One Flies onto Shelves Today

You can tell fall is rapidly approaching. The new season of the CW’s super-hero shows have begun filming and here come the box sets of from the 2015-16 TV season. It all starts with the network’s latest powerful addition, Supergirl. BURBANK, CA (June 2, 2016) – A new Super Hero will soon be flying into homes as […]

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