Every week I write about the most interesting new comics hitting comic shops, bookstores, digital, and the web. Feel free to comment below if there's a comic you've read recently that you want to talk about or an upcoming comic that you'd like me to consider highlighting. 1. Show More Summary
Reviews of six books coming out Wednesday from IDW, Image, Titan, Boom!, Black Mask and Rebellion.
I don’t know who this Kelly Thompson person is, but she’s going places, I tells ya! So today Jem and the Holograms #1 comes out. If you read the blog at all, you know that it’s written by our very own Kelly Thompson, which is why I was able to read it before you guys, […]
As you may or may not know (although, honestly, you really SHOULD know), Kelly’s first issue of Jem and the Holograms is coming out tomorrow! This is awesome news, but do you know what makes it even MORE awesome? That the first issue is so darn GOOD! This first issue serves as an origin story […]
We've been looking forward to it for ages, but the crazy, colorful adventures of the Holograms are finally out this week. But that's not all in this week's new comics — there are time-traveling heroes, crabs that dare to turn, and the intriguing, bloody tale of two secretly superpowered teenagers. Let's dig in! Read more...
It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week – and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.
If a dark room filled with laser holograms sounds like the future, that's because it is. The 2015 YouTube Music Awards are here, and Tarik Abdel-Gawad and Autofuss, the same people behind the award-winning robot projection-mapping short, Box, launched the spectacular event with a video that uses retro laser technology in a totally new way. Show More Summary
Sweden’s Holograms are a punk band that incorporate synths into their sound. They are signed to New York’s Captured Tracks label (home of talented and controversial bands like Mac DeMarco, DIIV and Perfect Pussy). When I found these guys backstage, they were a few beers into their night. Trying to get this drunk punk band to […]
This is a video of a Dragon Ball Z Goku figurine posed in a holographic display, which makes him appear like he's on fire and about to launch a ki blast. So the figure is real, the special effects are holograms. Life? Life is an illusion. Show More Summary
ZW Design and Front BH teamed up together to create this impressive display showcasing a Goku action figure surrounded by an hologram, giving the impression that the character is truly about to unleash fury upon an imaginary foe. [ZW...Show More Summary
HALOGEN by JOsh Tierney, Afu Chan and Giannis Milonogiannis is a sci-fi story about dead gods, floating cities, and holograms.
Yes, it's true. The Mary Sue got an early review copy of IDW Publishing's Jem and the Holograms #1 and didn't share it with you. Just like our Jem dolls. But at least in this case we can share our thoughts!
Ya he’s doing it. It looks like our friend Glenn Astro will be making an interesting music business career move. Following his Hologram EP last month, Glenn will actually be releasing a full-length debut album, believe it or not. I’m...Show More Summary
You can argue all day about who would win in a fight, but Goku and the entire Dragon Ball series have definitely won the hearts of children who would have been die-hard Superman […]
At the centre of Savage Beauty, the acclaimed new Alexander McQueen show at the V&A in London, is the hologram of a ghostly Kate Moss, which first appeared in McQueen's 2006 'Widows of Culloden' show in Paris. We talk to Hector Macleod, founder and CEO of Glassworks, about his memories of working on the project....
I've been excited about Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's Jem and the Holograms comic since before IDW even announced that there was a Jem comic to be excited about, so getting an advance review copy was a pretty big deal. It's easily...Show More Summary
The exhibit, which broke attendance records at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, has been expanded for London's Victoria and Albert Museum, replete with a life-size hologram of Kate Moss.
Swiss company Nanolive has created 3D Cell Explorer, a new technology that creates vibrantly detailed 3D holograms of living cells on the nanometric scale. Created through combining 3D imagery with digital staining, the new microscope...Show More Summary
Sorry, cooler? No. I meant, hotter. Read more...
(Photo: Stuff) David Seymour is a member of the New Zealand Parliament who represents the Epsom constituency. He insists that he is a completely biological life form, not a holographic projection. This became an issue because a citizen,...Show More Summary