The story of how Kevin Smith went from dropout clerk to Sundance favorite gets a new biopic treatment in black and white.
"The Bullet's Kiss" continues as Duane Swierczynski & Michael Gaydos tell a crime story like no other in "Black Hood" #3 from Archie's Dark Circle.
After back and fourth bouts in the press, Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman appears to be back in the superhero retirement camp.
The acclaimed artist talks with ROBOT 6 about working in the U.S. market, her Marvel covers, and being challenged by Marguerite Bennett's scripts.
With Ms. Marvel, Nova and Spider-Man joining the post-"Secret Wars" Avengers, we're taking a look at a few more of Earth's youngest heroes.
Viewed in the context of the complete mini-series, many of my misgivings (concerns?) about Thanos vs. Hulk #1 seem to be truths rather than pessimistic speculation. Was this really a Hulk story that Thanos guest stars in briefly turned into a Thanos-marketed comic that could cause some fans to cry foul at the outright lie […]
The countdown continues! Here are the next three artists that you voted as your favorites of all-time. Click here for the master list of all of the creators listed so far. 6. Sara Pichelli Sara Pichelli first worked in the field of animation before she met comic book artist David Messina. He sparked an interest […]
Christian Bale or Michael Keaton? Time for you to decide this and more matchups as CSBG's Movie Superhero Tournament hits the Elite Eight!
The unforgettable "The Fall of G.I. Joe" epic by Karen Traviss and Steve Kurth soldiers on in IDW Publishing's "G.I. Joe" #7, on sale April 1.
Support this site's full-text RSS feed by buying Kathryn Lance's Pandora's Promise (The Pandora's Trilogy Book 3) Kathryn Lance, aka longtime Comics Curmudgeon reader The Divine O'F, has completed her sci-fi trilogy with Pandora's Promise. Show More Summary
Story reveals character through action – the plot. There are two primary ways that the plot works: 1) the protagonist initiates the action or 2) the protagonist is thrust into a situation and the plot reveals what happens. In each case,...Show More Summary
The final round of voting continues! Simply choose which movie version of a DC/Marvel character you like better (not who you think would win in a fight). Just choose whichever one is your favorite (whether it be that you think they’re more interesting, more appealing, whatever criteria you want to use) in the following match-up. […]
Here are the final rounds for all four regions for this year’s Comics Should Be Good March Madness. This year, you’re picking which DC and Marvel movie superheroes are your favorite! Metropolis Region (Christopher Reeve’s Superman vs. Chris Hemsworth’s Thor) Westchester Region (Hugh Jackman’s Thor vs. Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk) New York City Region (Robert Downey […]
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Here are the winners for the third round of the Gotham City Region! Out of 2,025 votes, Michael Keaton’s Batman broke James McAvoy’s Professor X, 65% to 35%… Out of 2,023 votes, Christian Bale’s Batman tied Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow up, 53% to 47% (550 votes in it was actually an exact 50/50 split)…
Here are the winners for the third round of the New York City Region! Out of 1,987 votes, Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man urkked Adam West’s Batman, 75% to 25%… Out of 1,953 votes, Chris Evans’ Captain America made Bradley Cooper’s Rocket Raccoon scream in pain, 78% to 22%…
There's also a lovely obit from RC Harvey here.