THR rounds up the major twists, new mysteries and more announcements for all the DC Comics TV shows. read more
Riverdale's camp, riveting noir-drama is usually quite a step removed from the humble comic book roots of its characters -- which is why when they embrace those roots, it's often to hilarious effect. But the latest episode managed to make a key connection to some deep-cut Archie lore in a very sneaky manner. More »
Not only has Stephen King’s IT broken box office records (grossing an insane $117 million on opening weekend) and received huge critical acclaim, but it’s also left fans obsessing over hidden references from the original book, the ’90s mini-series, and other classic horror films. The above video breaks down all the Easter Eggs, references and deleted scenes you […]
The It remake has finally hit theaters, and we couldn't be more delighted by how truly great it is. There's so much to unpack after leaving the theater. You can unmask Pennywise and look up all those delightful children from Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard to the transcendent Sophia Lillis aka Beverly Marsh. Show More Summary
I was looking through my ancient (corrected edition 1961, Third Printing) copy of Nabokov’s Nikolai Gogol when my eye hit upon something that must have puzzled me when I first read the book in college, but of course pretty much everything puzzled me then (ah, youth!), so I moved on and forgot it. Now I […]
Since Spider-Man: Homecoming is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are plenty of Easter eggs and comic book references for fans. But there’s one that even the most eagle-eye fans never would have noticed, unless they can read Korean. Show More Summary
There’s no spell for turning back the clock — the Harry Potter book series is turning 20 today. To help distract us all from feeling super old, Facebook and Twitter are distracting us with fun emoji and text colors! It’s a public service in more ways than one. Show More Summary
It’s been 20 years since the first Harry Potter book was published, and to celebrate Facebook has added a magical Hogwarts-themed “easter egg” to its status updates and comments. If you type in any of the Hogwarts houses, the names appear in the houses’ colors — red for Gryffindor, green for Slytherin, blue for Ravenclaw […]
The news that the Harry Potter series is twenty years old has left me saddened in the way only Dobby’s untimely death could. Has it really been that long? Apparently so. To celebrate, Facebook has added a bit of magic to the Facebook site and mobile applications. Show More Summary
The first season of American Gods is over, and we’re not even a quarter of the way through the book. That’s OK. When I realized how well-done the additions to and deviations from the original […] The post American Gods Ends its First Season With a War on Easter appeared first on Geek.com.
A typed Order of Surrender from the 1916 Rising, signed by the leader of the rebellion, Patrick Pearse, sold for £263,000 at Bonhams Fine Books sale in London today, 14 June after fierce bidding in the auction room, on the phone and on the internet. Show More Summary
Want to hear a metal version of the Wonder Woman theme? Which superhero would Baywatch star Priyanka Chopra like to play? Which comic books influence Spider-Man: Homecoming? When will the fifth season of Arrow hit home video? Will Lynda...Show More Summary
Fans of Stephen King's Dark Tower series know that the books act as a sort of hub for all of Stephen King's other creations. The movie will be no different.
Stephen King's books used to be adapted to film all of the time, and he's experiencing a bit of a rejuvenation as of late, with several King novels making their way to different screens. We got a look at The Dark Tower this morning, and the trailer had some subtle (and very curious) nods...
'It was a terrible experience'I recently received the following account:I used to own an occult book shop about 8 years ago. The checkout counter faced opposite the store entrance. It was around noon, and there were a few customers checking out. Show More Summary
By Max Morris Howdy folks! This weeks Sunday Comics was a little delayed due to Easter hijinks, but this entry I am excited to preview some books being featured by Andy Rench’s publishing project Believed Behavior. I first became aware of Believed Behavior due to Andy’s curatorial prowess- his first season of releases featured some […]
The first lady, press secretary and attorney general all read children's books to an audience at the Easter Egg Roll.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer has pretty notorious foot-in-mouth syndrome. Recently, he's gotten some heat for saying Hitler never never used chemical weapons on his own people, and then immediately referred to concentration camps as "Holocaust...Show More Summary
Not his usual scene.
As we head into the holiday weekend, here is a stack of very fine new books and ARCs for you to peruse. What here would you like to find in your Easter basket? Tell us in the comments!