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Mike Gold: Marvel Does The Right Thing – And More!

I cribbed the information contained herein from the piece written by our pal Rich Johnston over at his Bleeding Cool website which, for what it’s worth, I endorse for its honesty and professionalism. But instead of simply posting the link and letting it speak for itself, I shall wax poetic. It’s easy to blame all sorts […]

The Point Radio: SyFy Rides High On The Winds Of SHARKNADO

It’s been a great week for the folks at SyFy with the combined audience for the second SHARKNADO film plus encores of the first hitting over 18 million viewers. We talk to director Anthony Ferrante about how big ratings don’t necessarily mean big budgets, plus Vivica Fox and Judiah Friedlander explain why they were thrilled […]

REVIEW: Divergent

With adolescence comes the question of identity with many a teenager thinking they are some freak of nature. As a result, the Young Adult fiction explosion of the last decade or so has amped that up, coupled with the Millennial generation’s worries about the future as seen in the preponderance of dystopias. As it is, […]

Emily S. Whitten’s Grand San Diego Adventure, part one

The San Diego Comic Con can be completely overwhelming. With panels, “experiences” (as they tend to call the activities set up outside of the Convention Center), pilot screenings, performances, and parties, it’s hard to know what to see first. And one of the craziest places to start is the floor of the Exhibit Hall. With […]

Meet Cracked’s latest series: The Antiheroes

Los Angeles, CA (August 4, 2014) – Cracked, one of the United States’ longest running humor institutions has announced its new web series from Cracked Studios entitled Antiheroes. The new 5 episode web series premieres on today. Antiheroes follows a hilarious, semi-functional group of slackers at a debt collection agency who are inadvertently blessed (cursed?) […]

Box Office Democracy: Guardians of the Galaxy

I have spent months telling everyone who would listen that I thought Guardians of the Galaxy would be the first flop of the Marvel Studios era.  While Iron Man and Thor were hardly household names before their recent turns they were the practically Superman wearing a Mickey Mouse costume compared with Star-Lord and Groot. There’s […]

Check Out a Clip from Batman: Assault on Arkham

Warner Animation has released an all-new clip from Batman: Assault on Arkham, the next entry in the popular DC Universe Original Movie series. The film is now available to own via Digital HD, and will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD on August 12.

Mindy Newell Discovers “Books”

I discovered the All Souls trilogy by historian and fiction writer Deborah Harkness – I’m currently reading the final book, The Book Of Life (the first being A Discovery Of Witches and the second titled Shadow Of Night) and loving it, unable to stop, eager to discover how it all ends and yet not at […]

Classic Doctor Who Debuts Monday On Retro TV

Starting Monday, August 4, digital television provider Retro TV will be presenting the surviving “classic” episodes of Doctor Who weekdays at 8PM.  the series will start as it should with William Hartnell as The Doctor in An Unearthly Child, and will continue in order, right through to the Sylvester McCoy series. When broadcast television switched […]

John Ostrander: To Be A Hero

Doctor Who has aired a new trailer for the upcoming season that starts August 23rd. You can see it here. It’s our first real glimpse at the new Doctor played by Peter Capaldi and I think it all looks very promising. He’s very different from the past few Doctors. In some ways, he’s more reminiscent […]

Marc Alan Fishman: San Diego – How It Feels To Not Go

My name is Marc Alan Fishman. For eight years now, I have been an active comic book writer, artist, letterer, and publisher. For six years, my company Unshaven Comics has peddled our wares in the artist alleys at dozens of conventions. From the small, such as Kokomo, Indiana, and Orland Park, Illinois, to the large, like […]

The Point Radio: Hunting Monsters In The Real World

He’s no comic book character, but the real deal when it comes to hunting monsters. Trapper Tice and his team from AIMS (Appalachin Investigators of Mysterious Sightings) tackle creatures that look like Kirby creations on the hit show MOUNTAIN MONSTERS and he stops here long enough to reveal his secret origin. Plus we share our […]

Watch a Deleted Scene from Divergent

Divergent is arriving on home video next Tuesday and in anticipation of the Digital HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and OnDemand release, Summit Entertainment has released a deleted scene. SANTA MONICA, CA (May 20, 2014) –  Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), the premier next generation global content leader, will release the electrifying first installment of the blockbuster action adventure […]

Horror Lovers’ Bobby Timony Talks Zuda, Digital, Comics

Bobby Timony is an artist who’s co-creator of the popular comic strip The Night Owls, published by DC Comics’ Zuda imprint. He has been nominated for multiple Harvey Awards, including Best New Series, Best Online Series, and Best New Talent. His newest project, The Horror Lovers, is currently seeking funding via Kickstarter. Bobby took the time to talk to us about […]

Martha Thomases: Where’s My Batman?

Ever since I moved to New York in 1977, I wondered what it would be like if there was really a Batman. Sure, Superman lived in a version of New York as well. So did the entire Marvel Universe. But Batman is the one who felt most like the way I lived, in my tenement […]

Check Out this Clip from BATMAN: ASSAULT ON ARKHAM

Batman: Assault on Arkham enjoyed a rousing reception at its July 25 premiere at Comic-Con International, delighting a room of 4,250 fans for the screening and panel discussion amongst actors Kevin Conroy (Batman), Matthew Gray Gubler (Riddler), Troy Baker (Joker) and John DiMaggio (King Shark), and producer James Tucker, director Jay Oliva, screenwriter Heath Corson and […]

The Tweeks do San Diego Comic-Con 2014! #SDCC

As the Tweeks recover from their whirlwind Comic Con 2014, here’s a recap of their adventures at the San Diego Convention Center.   There was a lot of fan girl apparel, comic books, and toys purchased, as well as many interviews conducted.  Keep a look out for more coverage on their hometown Con.

Dennis O’Neil: The Elevator Compulsion

So there I was, in an elevator, being stared at by these huge faces. What or who were they? Well, okay, they were elements of an advertisement trying to get me to consume something – a cable television show, I believe – and if I watched that show it, in turn, would try to persuade […]

A Bonus Clip from Muppets Most Wanted

Well, Muppets Most Wanted didn’t quite work as one had hoped but it was still entertaining. With the home video release due out on August 12, Walt Disney has released this bonus clip featuring the great curmudgeons Mike and Glenn, er, Statler and Waldorf.

On Batgirl’s new costume… No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara. Original available here More BGSG comics

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