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Blackest Night Fan Trailers Nearly Redeem Green Lantern Movie

A pair of fan trailers borrow footage from the likes of "Batman v Superman," "Wonder Woman" and "Green Lantern" to imagine a big-screen adaptation of DC's "Blackest Night." The post Blackest Night Fan Trailers Nearly Redeem Green Lantern Movie appeared first on

Magnificent Seven Videos Spotlight Pratt and Washington’s Outlaws

Meet Chris Pratt's Josh Faraday and Denzel Washington's Sam Chisolm in two new character vignettes from the upcoming Western remake. The post Magnificent Seven Videos Spotlight Pratt and Washington’s Outlaws appeared first on

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 […]

Emily S. Whitten in Nerd HQ!

I’m all about organizations with heart. Places that make you feel at home. And while the San Diego Comic Con is phenomenal and offers many amazing experiences, it can also be overwhelming and make you feel a bit like you’re just one of many ants in the ant farm, toiling slowly along towards your next goal. […]

Emily S. Whitten: Animaniacs Live!

So I used to think the best way to wrap up a con was to find a nice, quiet, atmospheric bar with some awesome friends and partake of a tasty dessert and a refreshing alcoholic beverage. But I have now changed my mind! That is the second best way to finish out the convention experience. […]

Emily S. Whitten: Kings of Con!

I love when things get meta in a clever way. Like, remember that episode of Supernatural where the brothers found their life story being sold in the bargain bin of a comic book store, via novels with hilariously old-school dramatic covers? And the store owner thought they were LARPing as themselves? And then they tracked down […]

Tweeks: Batman Killing Joke SDCC Interviews

Okay, first off — Warning! This Batman movie is not for kids! Batman: The Killing Joke is the first- R-Rated DC original animated movie ever. It’s based on the comic created by Alan Moore & is known for being particularly disturbing and dark. This is what sets up The Joker as the baddest villain in […]

Emily S. Whitten: American Gods In Your Home?

When I heard that Neil Gaiman’s bestselling novel American Gods was being made into a TV series, I was super-interested. I’ve been a fan of American Gods (and Neil’s body of work oh, generally speaking, for many years and even had the privilege of bringing Neil and the book to The National Press Club in D.C. Show More Summary

Emily S. Whitten: Nickelodeon and Nostalgia @ SDCC 2016

As you undoubtedly know, San Diego’s Comic-Con International happened this past weekend, and I was fortunate to be amongst the tens of thousands of attendees. There was, as always, a mega-ton to see and do, and it was hard to keep the FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) from getting completely out of control over the 4.5 […]

Martha Thomases’ It’s a Wonderful Life

This is quite the week for women. Powerful women. At the San Diego Comic Con, the United States Post Office announced that, in honor of her 75th anniversary, it was issuing a series of Wonder Woman stamps. This makes me very happy, since I just ran out of Batman stamps. Also at SDCC, Warner Bros. […]

Bob Ingersoll: The Law Is A Ass #391

IS THE LAW IN ASTRO CITY AN ATROCITY? I have to admit, the city fathers of Astro City are smart. They won’t tell me where Astro City is. Okay, it’s somewhere on the eastern face of the Rocky Mountains, but that could be anywhere from New Mexico up through Colorado, Wyoming and into Montana. I […]

Martha Thomases: Not Just Another Word

“They hate us for our freedom.” George W. Bush Like my pal Joe Corallo, I find it impossible to think about anything other than the massacre in Orlando. Comic books and other pop culture ephemera seem trivial in the face of such unfettered and violent hatred. That said, we need our entertainment more than ever. […]

Mike Gold: Life Goes On

There’s a lot to comment about in the comics and popular culture community this week – Rebirth, Civil War II, who screwed over whom but did they really… the usual stuff that promotes our fannish wrath and strokes our inner-nine-year-old. But I don’t feel like it. Sure, I could fake it but you’d see through […]

Joe Corallo: The Demand for Empathy

Early this past Sunday, the deadliest mass shooting in United States history took place at Pulse, an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando, FL. It took place during Pride. It took place on Latin night. Estimates so far have 50 dead and 53 wounded. I can’t even remember what I was originally going to write about. This […]

Martha Thomases talks with Tim Pilcher

For some of us, the 1990s was a certain kind of Golden Age of Comics. The success of Image Comics meant that creators were given a lot of freedom to do what they liked, with deep-pocketed corporations competing to see who could throw the most money at the talent. It was in this environment that […]

Martha Thomases: Men Don’t Have Breasts

Looking forward to Captain America: Civil War? I am. Along with Free Comic Book Day, it marks the beginning of the summer entertainment season. It’s enough to make a person want to invest in popcorn futures. (Is there even such a thing as popcorn futures?) While I won’t defend them as pieces of art, I […]

Bob Ingersoll: The Law Is A Ass #387

THE AVENGERS GET STANDOFFISH It’s getting so that in comics nowadays you can’t tell the good guys from the bad guys without a scorecard. And sometimes even then. Maria Hill is currently the director of the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division or S.H.I.E.L.D. for short – or SHIELD for even shorter and guess which route […]

Tweeks: SyFy’s Wynonna Earp Cast & Crew Interview Part 3

Welcome to the third and final interview from the Wynonna Earp cast & crew! In this video Anya talks with comic creator Beau Smith and show runner Emily Andras about how the Wynonna Earp TV show came to be, why it’s so special, how it was cast, and what to expect. Wynonna Earp airs on […]

Tweeks: Wynonna Earp Cast Interview Part 2

Hey everyone….Anya here & I’m back with Part 2 of my interviews with the cast & crew of SyFy’s Wynonna Earp. This time I talk to Melane Scrofano who plays Wynonna and Shamier Anderson who plays Agent Dolls, the leader of the Black Badge division. OMG they were so nice, as you will see. This […]

Tweeks: LootCrate’s March 2016 PetCrate Unboxing

Maddy & Barkely team up to unbox the March Pet Crate from Loot Crate. This month’s theme is Versus, so Maddy tried to figure out if her best friend is Team Cap or Team Iron Man…and if his favorite item is the plushy Bat Man or the box he came in. For those who don’t […]

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