Five For Friday #454 -- Name Four Specific Physical Comics Publications Or Specific Downloads You'd Take With You On A Proposed Trip. Name The Purpose Of The Trip. 1. The Smithsonian Book Of Newspaper Comics 2. Kamandi Omnibus Vol. 1. 3. Show More Summary
The latest episode of AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead" featured a scene that was very similar to one in the "Walking Dead" comic books written by "FTWD" executive producer Robert Kirkman.
No doubt about it. We live in a world where comic books and superheroes are mainstream and saturated in Hollywood, so much so that many are starting to see these stories as predictable and formulaic. But in reality, those types of stories...Show More Summary
The big reveal this week in Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 was a shocking turn of events, to be sure, but if this is like previous comic book shockers, then there?s more to this than what?s on the surface in one issue.Click To Continue Reading
If the recent influx of independent horror movies has proven anything, it’s that creativity and surrealism is finally surpassing jump-scares and over-the-top gore. With movies like BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW, IT FOLLOWS, and most recently THE WITCH, the trend has not only opened up the door for more experimental movies, but comics as well. Though […]
SPOILER WARNING: The following contains massive spoilers for the new comic book issue "DC Universe Rebirth." If you have not yet read this comic, and don't wish to know any details before doing so, we highly recommend clicking away to...Show More Summary
In this week's CBLR, in honor of the release of X-Men: Apocalypse this weekend, it's an all-X-Men week! What was the shocking original ending of X-Men: Zero Tolerance? Did Deadpool nearly debut in an X-Men/G.I. Joe crossover comic? Was Banshee originally intended to be a woman?
How did Magneto factor into the shocking original ending of "X-Men: Zero Tolerance?" And did Deadpool nearly debut in an inter-company crossover?
Apocalypse has recruited countless Four Horsemen over the years -- here's a guide to the biggest and baddest soldiers the immortal mutant has commanded.
No matter what you thought of X-Men: Apocalypse, odds are you sat through the credits to see if there was some kind of tease. And there was. And it’s a weird one, unless you are well-versed in comic books. So if you didn’t understand the implications, we’re here to help! Read more...
Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it’s DC Rebirth. Written by Geoff Johns with art by Ethan Van Sciver, Gary Frank, Ivan Reis, and Phil Jimenez, inks by Matt Santorelli and Joe Prado,...Show More Summary
The Deadpool movie starring Ryan Reynolds managed to impress more than moviegoers this year. The character’s creator Rob Liefeld compared it positively to a couple of other superhero films which he felt went beyond their comic book counterparts. Show More Summary
It’s a bird, it’s a plane … it’s a real person.
In the weekly Atomic Books Comics Preview, Benn Ray highlights notable new comics, graphic novels, and books. Benn Ray is the owner of Atomic Books, an independent bookstore in Baltimore. He also runs the Mutant Funnies Tumblr. Atomic Books...
A hero is defined by their villains, and the world of superhero comic books is filled with some of the scariest and silliest bad guys around. Rogues' Gallery aims to settle the score and determine who is the true arch-nemesis for some...Show More Summary
In Hollywood’s current comic book glut, there may be no group of superheroes less cool than the X-Men. Lacking the dark storytelling that Christopher Nolan and Zack Snyder brought to Batman and Superman, the wiseass edginess of Deadpool,...Show More Summary
Gawker founder Nick Denton posted an open letter today to billionaire Peter Thiel in response to the Silicon Valley investor admitting to funding Hulk Hogan's expenses in his trial against Gawker.
Great take from Ben Thompson: The tech industry, like Thiel, is no underdog: it is the dominant economic force not just in the United States but in the entire world, both because of the wealth it creates, but especially because of the wealth it destroys. Show More Summary
After Marvel Comics' shocking revelation about Captain America in a new comic book released this week, Chris Evans offered his reaction.
The Oscar-winning "Braveheart" director reveals his favorite comic book movies, and the role he almost played in one.