I'd start here and work you way through the pop-ups that come when you use the "Prix et Palmares" link in the left-hand column. There are still some 2016 lists lurking around in there, so be careful. I'll do a full list myself for this...Show More Summary
Logan's claws are out and he's ready to fight in a previously unreleased shot from the 2017 film. The post Wolverine’s Ready To Rumble In Intense Logan Pic appeared first on CBR.com.
This week, the kids take a field trip to the Tower of Fate, and Aqualad heads back to Atlantis for whatever the underwater version of Spring Break is. "Denial" was written by Thomas Pugsley, directed by Michael Chang, and originally aired on February 18, 2011. "Downtime" was written by Kevin Hopps, directed by Jay Oliva, and originally aired on March 4, 2011. Continue reading…
CBR has the best look to date at Michael Keaton's Vulture by way of Hasbro's Spider-Man: Homecoming action figure! The post Exclusive First Look at Hasbro’s Spider-Man: Homecoming Vulture Figure appeared first on CBR.com.
New York, Christmas, superheroes, aliens.
Caesar starts a war in this third film in the PLANET OF THE APES franchise.
The actor behind Luke Skywalker opens up about his personal connection to new Han Solo Alden Ehrenreich. The post Mark Hamill Gets Honest About Rogue One, Han Solo Anthology Films appeared first on CBR.com.
Humanity prepares for a brutal last stand against Caesar and his apes in the teaser trailer for director Matt Reeves' sequel. The post War For the Planet of the Apes Trailer Shows No Mercy appeared first on CBR.com.
The new art from Adam Kubert and Dean White teases a meeting between Venom and Spider-Man. The post Marvel Teases Venom #150 With Adam Kubert Art appeared first on CBR.com.
And Iron Man says Spider-Man isn't an actual Avenger.
A largely light-hearted series for anyone who can't get enough of slice-of-life comics, Horimiya is the manga adaptation of the webcomic Hori-san to Miyamura-kun. On top of a sweet school romance, Horimiya has lovely art, and compelling characters with surprising depth, and it doesn't take a decade for the main characters to fall in love. Continue reading…
We break down the highs, lows and in-betweens of DCTV's ambitious (almost) four-part event. The post What Worked – and Didn’t – About the Arrowverse Invasion! Crossover appeared first on CBR.com.
New Legion artwork goes inside David's head -- literally. The post Marvel Shares Puzzling Legion Promo Image appeared first on CBR.com.
The Legends head to 1920s Chicago, tangle with Al Capone and get outsmarted by the nascent Legion of Doom. The post Legends of Tomorrow Recap: Capone, Sibling Rivalry and the Legion of Doom appeared first on CBR.com.
Sony is aiming to make Spidey movies great again. Fortunately, Sony — having stumbled with its second Andrew Garfield outing — now has Marvel Studios on its side. Which for promotional purposes also means having mighty Disney (parent of ABC and Marvel) on its side, as the first full trailer for next summer’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” debuted […]
Uncivilized Books' campaign for its kids line Odod is heading into its final three days in much better shape than previously, climbing past the 70 percent point. The remaining amount of fundraising seems difficult but achievable to me. The books, of course, look extremely nice.
Here. And it's not me,
Do you like winter? I don’t. I mean, I enjoy the first few snow days when the city is clean and white, and I like to wear sweaters and other soft warm clothes. I like to curl up in a cozy chair with a book and a glass of whiskey. What I don’t like is […]
Advertise here with BSA Six Chix, 12/9/16 You know I’m in favor of any nationally syndicated newspaper comic strip that includes the caption “GALLERY OF HORROR,” but this is pretty shoddy work right here no matter how you look at it....Show More Summary