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Ed Catto: The Retail Panel That Started 35 Years Ago

 Another one of the panels I moderated at San Diego Comic-Con was called “The 7 Comic Shop Archetypes.” “Who Will Triumph, Thrive and Survive?” was the admittedly over-the-top subheading. The purpose of this B2B panel was to explore the business aspects of this retail outlet that serves as both the sentry guard and encouraging ambassador for […]

John Ostrander: VOX

As part of the Kickstarter campaign for Tom Mandrake’s and my new project, Kros: Hallowed Ground (which, by the way, is still going on at, I’ve done a number of podcast interviews, which have been fun, and I always try to listen to them. I want to get an idea of how Tom and […]

Tweeks: SDCC 2015 Part 2: The Haul!

This week is our 2nd San Diego Comic Con Recap…and our HAUL!  See all our stuff (well, most of our stuff) we got at the con, watch us play KISS pinball,  & hear our exciting stories about the Scholastic Party, meeting Jem, the fashionably nerdy mixer,  Holland Roden, Snoopy & Belle in fashion, & a […]

Avengers Age of Ultron Invades Homes via Digital HD & Disc

Marvel Studios reunites Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in the unprecedented movie event, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron.  Iconic heroes are forced to reassemble and face their most intimidating enemy yet – ULTRON.  Pushed to the brink of their physical and emotional limits, the team must recruit both new heroes and familiar allies to face an escalating […]

The Point Radio: Nothing Complicated With Jessica Szohr

Actress Jessica Szohr has landed on the hit USA series, COMPLICATIONS. She fills us in on all the action, why you should be watching and talks about her upcoming roles, too. Plus we look at what may TV’s most unique concept, Comedy Central’s DRUNK HISTORY. How do they do that? In a few days, […]

Marc Alan Fishman: Marvel – Make Em’ Laugh. Make Em’ Laugh!

Howdy ya’ll. I’m back from Nashville. And you know what they say about Music City: What happens in Music City, stays in Music Ci… wait, no, they don’t say that. Feh! It was a day-job convention. It was exhausting. It was very much not about comics, pop culture, or anything fun. But since ya’ll wanted […]

Would you Believe Get Smart is Turning 50?

New York, N.Y., July 23, 2015 – When it originally debuted in September of 1965, Get Smart, the multiple Emmy®winning classic spy-spoof comedy series from comic geniuses Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, generated countless catchphrases like “Would...Show More Summary

Bob Ingersoll: The Law Is A Ass #366: ROUND UP THE USUAL SUSPICIONS

Okay, a show of hands, who’s ever heard them say this one on a TV show? POLICE: “You’re under arrest.” SUSPECT: “On what charge?” POLICE: “Suspicion of murder.” Why did I think a show of hands would work in a written medium? Here’s a little tip for the next time any of you might be […]

REVIEW: Silicon Valley the Complete Second Season

It’s a challenge to begin watching a show during its second season. After all, the characters have been introduced, the dynamics established and the backstory in place. Season twos tend to show evolution as the cast and crew all find their rhythm but don’t always remember to reintroduce themselves in case newcomers have wandered by. […]

Martha Thomases: Bill Cosby Remembered

Hello, everybody! This might be another column in which I am wrong. Well, not entirely wrong. We’re talking about my personal opinions and tastes, and while you might not like them, you can’t exactly say I don’t have those particular feelings. So, here it is: I think Bill Cosby is really funny. I don’t think he’s […]

Mad Max: Fury Road Roars Home on September 1

Burbank, CA, July 21, 2015 – In the end, only the mad will survive when Mad Max: Fury Road arrives onto Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD on September 1 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Directed by Oscar®-winning filmmaker George Miller (“Happy Feet”) and starring Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises) in the […]

REVIEW: Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts

Thankfully, today you are offered a larger variety of Batman flavors so in theory you should find one interpretation that appeals to you. Prefer mindless action, there’s the Arkham video games. Like driven dramas, there’s the Batman monthly from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. Prefer your Batman with a bit of a character and a […]

Dennis O’Neil: Science Says You’re Wrong If You Believe…

Now I know that some of you are huge – huge! – science fans while others… well, you might prefer to get your science from old Julius Schwartz comic books. (Remember those old filler features that Julie ran? “Science Says You’re Wrong If You Believe…”) You guys – you Juliers – can consider your class […]

Comics Reviews (July 22nd, 2015)

From worst to best of what I bought. Which, erm, wasn’t much. Old Man Logan #3This is increasingly just becoming a case of “old Wolverine wanders plotlessly through a variety of Battleworld realms,” which… is actually a genuinely awful premise for a comic, and I’m not sure why Marvel has decided to waste such talented […]

Molly Jackson: Art for the Geeky Masses

This past weekend I went to visit my sister’s family in North Carolina. While I was there, we took a special trip with my now 2-year old niece to the Greensboro Children’s Museum. That was where I saw the most amazing piece of wall art. This piece you see above is called A Piece For […]

Box Office Democracy: Ant-Man

Ant-Man is the latest anticipated failure from Marvel Studios, the film that will finally break the spell that Marvel has on box offices and show that they can make films that people don’t like and that don’t make very much money, a Cars 2 if you will. This isn’t that movie. Ant-Man is totally charming […]

Mike Gold: Gun, Respect, Courage

We get a lot of review copies here – by mail, email, and in-person at conventions. That’s a nice thing, and it’s quite possibly the reason why my daughter went into the comics business. But since we can’t review a fraction of what we get over the transom (although we did just add Philip Sandifer […]

The Point Radio: Ashley Williams TV Wife With Spice

Ashley Williams is teaming up with comedian Jim Gaffigan to bring his home life to sit com life. She talks about the challenge and the fun she has had usually being a “good girl”. Plus more on JUSTICE LEAGUE GODS AND MONSTERS as actress Paget Brewster explains just how different her Lois Lane really is. Show More Summary

DC Comics: Archive Library – The Hollywood Reporter

The archive of the DC Comics’ library– and the problems in moving it from New York City to Burbank, California– are highlighted in this video from The Hollywood Reporter. Source: DC Comics: Archive Library – The Hollywood Reporter

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