The most pleasant surprise of X-Men: Days of Future Past was Quicksilver, the speedy Marvel mutant played by Evan Peters. Although early promo photos made the character look, well, kind of lame, his big action sequence proved to be the best part of the previous X-sequel. Show More Summary
The Fox sequel heads toward a $78 million four-day haul even as "Alice Through the Looking Glass" is dubbed a flop.
With the number comics-based TV series expanding so rapidly, we break down what's new, what's coming back and what's on the horizon.
Article here. I'm not sure what to say, other than congratulations to him. Ramirez is probably the leading conservative editorial cartoonist, and his cartoons reflect that worldview in rigorous fashion. He's also a two-time PulitzerShow More Summary
MICHAEL RAMIREZ can now add the National Cartoonists Society’s big award to his raft of NCS honors. Ramirez, who had won the professional organization’s Editorial Cartoons honor four times over the past decade, received the group’s “Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year” Reuben Award on Saturday evening at the 70th annual NCS Reuben Awards ceremony at […]
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After directing "Skyfall" and "Spectre," the Oscar-winning filmmaker ays, " I think it’s time for somebody else.”
A major player enters "Civil War II," no one in Spider-Man's world stays buried and more read hot reads coming from Marvel Comics in August.
I was happy to see some press coverage for Bart Beaty on being the Academic Convener at this year's Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences. Beaty is a longtime contributor to this site, and it was my honor to work with him back in the Journal days as well. Show More Summary
CSBG examines comic book plots that were dropped by later writers, like how Psylocke eventually lost her magic Crimson Dawn-era powers.
In their latest look at dropped comic book plots, CSBG looks at the period in time when Psylocke had magic ninja powers!
I noticed on Saturday that the great Fumetto show had put up their dates for 2017, which led to me to add the first half-dozen or so shows to CR's rolling events calendar. It's interesting in that it seems where there was a lot of clumping this year by shows, those same cons and festivals are much more spread out next Spring. Show More Summary
SPOILER WARNING: In talking about the season finale of The Flash TV show, I’m going to tell a few secrets. If you haven’t seen it yet and are planning to watch it later, then you may want to also read this column later. GEEK WARNING: if you have no interest in superheroes or superhero TV […]
There's a ton of stuff in this article about the long history and I guess not-as-stellar recent story of Salon.com. One thing that I think binds comics to print publishing more generally is how modes of presentation and modes of structural...Show More Summary