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Jamie Frasier (Sam Heughan): This will go faster if ye just yield, woman! Claire Randall Frasier (Caitriona Balfe): I’m going to make you suffer! Jamie: Ye already have! Jamie: I am your master and you’re mine. It seems I canna possess your soul without losing my own. Show More Summary
BURBANK, CA (April 16, 2015) – Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Warner Bros Animation and DC Entertainment present an all-new animated feature film from the innovative vision of renowned producer and animator Bruce Timm, Justice League: Gods & Monsters, on July 28, 2015. Show More Summary
With the success of last year’s analysis of Star Trek’s entire comics history, Sequart is proud to announce that work has commenced on three Star Wars books and two POTA books. Over the next three years, Sequart will release essay anthologies...Show More Summary
“Earworm – A catchy song or tune that runs continually through a person’s mind.” – Oxford Dictionaries I am a child of pop culture. Phrases, jingles, songs, names and much much more pass through my brain and, on occasion, get stuck there. Sometimes it’s only for a few moments and sometimes it is for hours. … Continue reading John Ostrander: Get Out of My Head (Over You)! ?
The evening on which I am writing this article (Tuesday, the 14th), marks the third year I’ve been an “Artist In Action” for a small program run by a local elementary school. The day finds me giving a presentation (alongside two other...Show More Summary
It’s the fifth and final season for the SyFy supernatural show, LOST GIRL. Series star Anna Silk talks about her favorite moments (and the things she grabbed from the set on the last day) plus BITTEN’s Laura Vandervoort talks more about her show’s new season and what it was like to be TV’s first Supergirl. … Continue reading The Point Radio: Farewell To LOST GIRL ?
Batman wasn’t always a thief. Early in his history he wasn’t, because early in his career, Batman built the Batmobile. Himself. Okay, Alfred and Robin helped. But Batman designed the car. He assembled it. He supplied the equipment. He installed the options. Show More Summary
There used to be a wonderful street fair on New York’s Fifth Avenue in the fall, usually on a Sunday, called “New York is Book Country.” Publishers would show their wares. A few bookstores would set up shop on the sidewalk in front of their shops (there were still bookstores on Fifth Avenue then), and … Continue reading Martha Thomases: New York is Comics Country ?
As you can imagine, we bought a lot of stuff at WonderCon. And if you know anything about tween/teen YouTube viewing habits, you know hauls (shopping show & tells) are key. So, this week we bring you Part 1 of our WCA Haul! We’ll show you which geeky chic items we’ve added to our collection … Continue reading Tweeks: WonderCon Haul Part 1 ?
So what I’d like to know is, how come Neil Gaiman looks better in photographs than I do? There I was, paging through the latest issue of the AARP magazine and… Wait! Isn’t that a familiar face? Yes! It’s my old friend Neil! Looking, as always, grave, thoughtful, wise… authorial. You see my pic, you … Continue reading Dennis O’Neil: The Neil Gaiman Digressions ?
Ding ding ding…! Round 3 of Mix March Madness April Armageddon, it’s the Terrific 32… and you have until Friday, April 17 at midnight, to vote! Congratulations to everyone who made it through Round 2, and we’ve raised another $42 for the Hero Initiative. Show More Summary
Last week they announced a remake of 1970s cult classic The Rocky Horror Show. Social media collectively said “Are you &)$! kidding me?” and expressed their righteous anger to the world. I was among them, filled with fury. The biggest...Show More Summary
At MoCCA this past weekend – that’s one of my favorite shows, by the way – a surprising number of people asked me about how I felt about DC Comics Entertainment Periodical Publications moving to the Left Coast. It amuses me to note that only one of these people actually worked at DC, and he … Continue reading Mike Gold: The Magic Of Comics ?
SyFy’s BITTEN is back for a new season, taking a sharp turn deeper into the supernatural with the addition of a coven of witches to the storyline. Stars Greyson Holt and Laura Vandervoort talk about how this changes the show’s dynamic. Show More Summary
Herbert W. “Herb” Trimpe, best known as the 1970’s artist on The Incredible Hulk and as the first artist to draw Wolverine for publication, passed away last night at the age of 75. Besides his work on Hulk, Herb Trimpe worked on a wide variety of books from 1962 on including The Defenders, Nick Fury: … Continue reading Herb Trimpe: 1939-2015 ?
Marvel’s Daredevil premiered on Netflix on Friday, April 10. All 13 episodes went up at once, which is great both for binge-watchers (a.k.a. people who just really like long-form storytelling, okay??) like me; and also for Marvel’s presumed...Show More Summary
THE WRESTLERS HAVE THE PHONE BOX WWE Superstars Kane and Paige visit the set of Doctor Who before their live event in Cardiff, Wales
I didn’t expect too much from Ex Machina walking in to the film. I had seen the trailer every week for what feels like months, a perk of patronizing one of the few theaters that participated in the limited engagement I suppose, but I wasn’t terribly impressed. It looked like a competent but pedestrian sci-fi … Continue reading Box Office Democracy: Ex Machina ?
Justin Lin was the architect of the most dramatic film franchise turnarounds in my lifetime. When he signed on to make a third Fast & Furious movie the franchise was a laughing stock (I heard more jokes about the name 2 Fast 2 Furious than any movie before or since). He would, over the … Continue reading Box Office Democracy: Furious 7 ?
In this final video, it’s time to chat with Orphan Black co-creator and writer Graeme Manson. While, it took great restraint for me not to ask about his episode of Being Erica (possibly the best time travel show this side of DoctorShow More Summary