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John Ostrander Gets Trumped!

I’m almost ready to give up. Throw in the towel. I’m a writer of fantastic fiction. That’s been my bread and butter for over 30 years. Folks that fly. Folks that travel through time. Folks that live in multi-dimensional cities. Bad folks doing bad things for ostensibly good causes. And so on and so on. […]

Marc Alan Fishman’s Ten Easy Steps To Make Justice League Great

  Welcome to LinkBait 2016, kiddos! After last week, I was left wandering the streets thinking “How can Warner Brothers make Justice League not just good but completely balls-out awesomesauce?” Well, here I am stuck in New York City (day job, baybae!) with nothing better to do than listicle my way towards freedom. Let’s break […]

Finding Dory Stream Oct. 25, Swims for Home Nov. 15

BURBANK, Calif., Sept. 8, 2016 — The summer blockbuster hit, Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory, swims home just in time for the holidays on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA) on Oct. 25 and on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand on Nov. 15. Viewers can watch Dory’s hilarious and heartwarming quest to find her family […]

Martha Thomases’ School Daze

The week after Labor Day is the traditional beginning of the school year. Yes, #NotAllSchools, but enough. When I was in elementary school, the first day was a big deal. My mom and I had spent a lot of time over the summer selecting my new clothes, usually an activity that included lots of arguments. […]

Michael Davis’ Smoking Gun – A Series of Unfortunate Events

This was written for Bleeding Cool and a version of it will appear there. I decided a while ago not to run the same article on both Bleeding Cool and ComicMix. Two different audiences is not the reason I write individual articles for each website. My voice remains the same regardless. I write a different […]

REVIEW: The Iron Giant

It used to be, movies surprised us when we took our seats. We didn’t have so many sources for news and trailers a decade or so back. On Tuesdays, Warner Bros screened new films after hours and one night, the DC Comics crew filed in to see an animated feature called The Iron Giant. We […]

Tweeks: Supergirl Cast Interviews Pt 1

If you all aren’t already watching Supergirl, you should.  For Season 2, the show about Kara Zor-El’s life in National City working for Catco Worldwide by day and embracing her superhuman talents to save the world on her off-time will be moving The CW on October 10 at 8pm.  We’re super looking forward to James […]

Dennis O’Neil: Rain Gods

Maybe Tlaloc and Chalchiuhticue will stop for a visit with Superman on their way to wherever they’re headed. Or maybe it’ll just rain. Tlaloc and Chalchiuhticue, as some of you undoubtedly know, are the Aztec god of rain and his wife. We English speaking moderns might considering borrowing them from the Aztecs because we don’t […]

Box Office Democracy: Morgan

There are a lot of forgivable sins for thrillers. They can have thin characters, they can be completely implausible from premise to execution, and they can even be internally inconsistent if the result is a good amount of tension, but they cannot be boring. Morgan is a boring movie. Not all the way through but […]

Molly Jackson: The Ongoing Mission

This past weekend I attended Star Trek Mission in New York City. Despite my Trekkie status, this was actually my very first Star Trek convention. It was a great experience to finally have and it was nice to see a whole group of people that share my love and passion for Star Trek. I got […]

Joe Corallo: “It’s Only A Sailor Moon…”

Recently I’ve been reading through the Sailor Moon manga that my friend David has generously been lending me. I used to watch the anime when I was kid and had been curious about tackling these books for a while. Reading through these books made me reflect on the greater world of comics and an aspect […]

Mindy Newell: On Star Trek And Other Thoughts of Space & Time

As my fellow opiners Ed Catto and John Ostrander have, uh, well, opined on these pages, this year marks the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. You would think that there would be a lot more hoopla about it, but even though CBS has announced the premiere of a new ST show and even though, as […]

Ed Catto: That Other British Invasion

One day in the early 80s, I was with my girlfriend in a shopping mall. Somehow I had been relegated to the role of sidekick while she shopped. I liked to do a lot of things with her, but shopping wasn’t high on that list. I was bored so I decided to buy a comic […]

John Ostrander: Not Quite a Trekkie

We’re coming up on the 50th Anniversary of the cultural phenomenon known as Star Trek. I go back that far (and somewhat farther); I saw The Original Series when it was Originally Run. I can say I was a fan from the beginning; I hated when it was cancelled, I was happy when I learned […]

Bob Ingersoll: The Law Is A Ass #394

MR. McDUCK SCROOGED HIS COURAGE TO THE TRICKING PLACE All of Scrooge McDuck’s arch-nemesees … Nemesissies… Numismatists? All the dastardly deed doers of Duckburg teamed up to take down Uncle Scrooge. Flintheart Glomgold, John D. Rockerduck, Magica De Spell, and the Beagle Boys all working together. Over the course of Uncle Scrooge # 13 and 14, they actually […]

Marc Alan Fishman: When Page Does Not Translate To Screen

The battle lines are drawn each time a leaked picture hits the web. The tattooed Joker. The dark-costumed Superman. The old-school-but-with-new-web-shooters Spider-Man. The Flash — the TV one or the movie one? Aquaman, a.k.a. the WWE’s Roman Reigns. Starlord by way of Han Solo. And whatever the hell Lex Luthor was doing with wardrobe from […]

Martha Thomases: Tony Shalhoub and the Virus

“Gimme danger, little stranger / And I’ll feel your disease” Iggy and the Stooges, “Gimme Danger” Mortality is a bitch, and being aware of it even more so. On the other hand, knowing we’re all going to die someday is the inspiration for some great art and some rousing entertainment. Especially this summer. Gee, I […]

REVIEW: Ghosts

Ghosts By Raina Telgemeier Scholastic Graphix, 240 pages, $10.99/$24.99 Raina Telgemeier has built a fine career for herself as a graphic novelist, she cut her teeth on adapting four of the Babysitter’s Club novels before creating her own original works, beginning with Smile. Now, with her fourth offering, she is an acclaimed New York Times […]

Tweeks: Interview DC Super Hero Girls Writer Shea Fontana

As you know, we’re huge fans of DC SuperHero Girls, so we were excited to grab a quick interview with its writer (of the animated shorts, the new movie Hero of the Year AND the graphic novels).

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