CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book Easter eggs features comic book cameos from classic TV characters from "Cheers," "I Love Lucy" and more!
In their latest spotlight on comic book easter eggs, CSBG features a bunch of classic TV character cameos, from the cast of Cheers to the Honymooners!
As it goes with all comic book TV shows, certain names and images will pop up that fans instantly latch onto, though it?s almost never immediately clear if the reference is just a nice Easter egg or if it?s a major addition to the plot. That definitely happened during tonight?s episode of The Flash.Click To Continue Reading
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CSBG has a sizable collection of Star Wars-related comic book easter eggs for you to look through during your time off this holiday.
CSBG has an archive of comic book hidden references and in-jokes, including an elaborate nod to Lois Lane in an issue of "Avengers."
In this latest installment of comic book easter eggs, CSBG looks at more Avengers easter eggs, including a spotlight on...Lois Lane?!
The Walking Dead is Robert Kirkman's biggest comic series, but it's not his only one. The talented creator seized an opportunity to sneak in a reference to another one of his book series during The Walking Dead's midseason finale. To the average viewer, this may have seemed like a throwaway shot, used simply to set the opening scene. Show More Summary
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has a lot of fans. Some are casual viewers who never read the comics, while others are avid comic book fans who look for Easter eggs the filmmakers like to pepper throughout the flicks. One such Easter egg...Show More Summary
I was excited when Joe Hill's Horns was voted xoBook Club's book of the month. I loved the trippy, dreamy quality of its film adaptation with all its Easter eggs and double meanings and I expected the film's sly attention to detail to be even more present on the page.It took me a... Continue reading
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In case you have been away from the Internet for the past few months, today is getting some extra attention from pop culture fans. October 21, 2015 is the date that Marty McFly and Doc Brown travel to from 1985 in their time-travelling Delorean in Back to the Future II. Show More Summary
Dr. Martin Stein explains multiverse theory to Team Flash, introducing longstanding comic book terms like "Earth-1," "Earth-2" and more.
For many movie fans, especially when it comes to comic book movies, part of the fun in watching the films is searching for those Easter Eggs that are generally sprinkled from beginning to end. For the uninitiated, “Easter Eggs” refer to the hidden winks that movie makers put into movies as a way of tipping […]
My favourite part of any of the Batman Arkham games has always been keeping an eye out for the spectacularly subtle comic book references. Over the years, developer Rocksteady has become adept at slotting these secrets into the various grim and gritty environments of Gotham. Show More Summary
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Modern-day comic book heroes promote Hostess products while Daniel Radcliffe becomes a receptionist in today's edition of Nerd Alert.
The upcoming "Deadpool" movie is going to be full of little treats for the comic book fans, says Ryan Reynolds.