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Kinberg & Miller Talk R-Rated Comic Book Movies, DEADPOOL/SPIDER-MAN, and Marvel/DC

In anticipation of its May 10 arrival onto a shelf near you, two of the men who brought you DEADPOOL have been making the rounds talking up the film and the future. Producer Simon Kinberg, who fought to get the film made- and made the...Show More Summary

EXCLUSIVE: Phoenix Jones Talks Real-Life Superheroics on "Comic Book Men"

Phoenix Jones, who has made headlines as a "real-life superhero" operating in Seattle, visits AMC's "Comic Book Men" with tales of his capers.

Adam Savage’s One Day Builds: Hellboy Sword!

Adam celebrates one of his favorite comic book characters by bringing a piece of Hellboy's demon-slaying arsenal to life. The post Adam Savage’s One Day Builds: Hellboy Sword! appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Things We Saw Today: “Mighty Men of Marvel” Variant Covers Have Lots of Shirtlessness, So, Uh, There’s That

last monthHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Apparently, these variant covers are partly inspired by other upcoming covers--but with a sexy twist, I guess? Either way, these are leaving comic book fans with some mostly mixed reactions. What are your thoughts on the "Mighty Men of Marvel" variant covers? In the case of Captain America, that's one oddly revealed nipple.

Women in Comics Convention challenges 'comics for men' idea

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

The comic book industry has often been characterized as an all-boys club, but its female artists beg to differ.

CAA Signs Original Media Production Co.

Original Media, the production company behind such unscripted series as Ink Master and Ink Master: Redemption for Spike, Swamp People for History and Comic Book Men for AMC, has signed with CAA. Founded in 2002 by Charlie Corwin, Original...Show More Summary

Girl Power! Iconic Comic Book Superheroines

If you thought that being a superhero is just for men, think again. These beautiful and deadly ladies could give any supervillain a run for their money.

Ryan Reynolds rejects sexist 'Deadpool' question: 'Women love superhero movies'

Comic book movies might be marketed towards men, but they appeal to dorks of every gender While promoting 'Deadpool' this weekend, the normally mild Ryan Reynolds weighed on the matter. At a conference, the actor was asked how his movie...Show More Summary

AMC stays in Kevin Smith business by ordering weekly late-night talk show, “Geeking Out”

3 months agoHumor : The Comic's Comic

AMC has aired five seasons and counting of Kevin Smith's Comic Book Men, which follows the filmmaker and his friends as they geek out at his New Jersey comic-book store. Smith has podcasted for more than 300 episodes over nine years with his SModcast. So why not have Smith host his own talk show for […]

Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg Are ‘Geeking Out’ for AMC

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Apparently Kevin Smith has a nice relationship with AMC. Smith’s Comic Book Men has been on the network for around four years now. I’ve never watched it, but it’s done well enough for AMC to give the writer-director another program. Smith and actor Greg Grunberg (Heroes) will co-host a talk show, called Geeking Out (working title). Show More Summary

AMC Celebrates Valentine’s with Walkers, Comics and Saul!

Say Happy Valentine’s with The Walking Dead, Comic Book Men and Better Call Saul. The Walking Dead’s winter premiere will bring a little heart (and assorted other organs) to your homes on Sunday, February 14th (9/8C) – followed by a little four-color geekery on the winter premiere of Kevin Smith’s Comic Book Men (Midnight/11C). Show More Summary

Ms. Marvel Wins “Best Series” at the 2016 Angoulême International Comic Book Festival!

Marvel Comics Teen Muslim Heroine Ms. Marvel Takes Home Highest Praise at the “Cannes of Comics” The post Ms. Marvel Wins “Best Series” at the 2016 Angoulême International Comic Book Festival! appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Kevin Smith to Direct Episode of 'The Flash'

Image via Cosmic Book News Without a doubt we live in the age of the fanboy. Not only are we treated to some quality comic book films and blockbusters, but we live in a time where the geeks of yesterday are now the men on top -- J.J....Show More Summary

Kevin Smith Going to Direct ‘The Flash’ Episode Later this Season

4 months agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

Did you know Kevin Smith is a comic book nerd? The evidence was everywhere from lines and observations in his films, to the fact that he owns a comic book store and hosts a show called Comic Book Men, but aside from his train wreck experience writing a Death of Superman movie script and his […]

The Geeks Awaken: 2015 Diamond Gem Awards Top Selling Comics & Graphic Novels!

No surprise Star Wars #1 Bestselling Comic Book of the Year drives Comic Book & Graphic Novel Sales Up Over 7%! The post The Geeks Awaken: 2015 Diamond Gem Awards Top Selling Comics & Graphic Novels! appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Why Didn’t the Angoulême Grand Prix Nominate Women Until 12 Men Dropped Out?

4 months agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

The Angoulême Grand Prix offers a lifetime achievement award for comic book creators -- and this year, in their initial list of 30 nominations, not a single woman's name appeared. After the announcement of the nominees, European advocacy group BD Égalité called for a boycott of the Grand Prix 2016. Show More Summary

“LEAVING MEGALOPOLIS: SURVIVING MEGALOPOLIS #1” (Comic Book Review)

4 months agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

Superheroes have been around for as long as comics have been serialized. Righteous, flamboyantly dressed men and women that fight on the side of justice are as much of a staple of the industry as paper and ink. Yet, despite their popularity, it’s just recently that creators started exploring the exploitative side of their godlike […]

EXCL. PREVIEW: "Drive" #3 Proves Dead Men Don't Make It Home

Michael Benedetto and Antonio Fuso continue their comic book adaptation of James Sallis' "Drive" for IDW as the stakes continue to rise.

Comic book icon Stan Lee's 'Amazing Fantastic Incredible' memoir doesn't live up to the superlatives

There's one kind of memoir in which men and women of letters reflect on the details of an important period in their lives or look back thoughtfully at their careers. There's another kind that piggybacks on the celebrity of bold-faced names, repeating familiar tales of cultural success from the...

Perspectives On A Crime: Tom King And Mitch Gerads On 'The Sheriff Of Babylon'

Tom King might have the most impressive résumé in comics. Long before he became one of the breakout stars of superhero comics with books like Grayson and Omega Men, he specialized in counter-terrorism, including working for the CIA in Iraq. Show More Summary

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