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Exclusive First Look: Kevin Smith Takes Comic Book Men to a New Dimension in Season 4 Poster

The past several years have seen a boom in 3D movies and TV shows, so it was only a matter of time before filmmaker and fan boy Kevin Smith got in on the action. TV's best and worst time jumps In this exclusive first look at the Season 4 key art for... Read More > Other Links From Bryan Johnson Kevin Smith Comic Book Men Michael Zapcic Ming Chen Walt Flanagan

Nerdy shirts, skirts and dresses from Frockasaurus

2 weeks agoOdd : Boing Boing

Etsy's Frockasaurus makes great, pop-culture-inspired clothes for men and women, such as the Men's Star Trek Book shirt and Men's Batman Comics shirt; Hobbit Cover skirt; Legend of Zelda dress; and the Lord of the Rings skirt. Read the rest

Happy Jack Kirby Day!

Gone, but not forgotten, comic book legend Jack Kirby is remembered every year on August 28th. Happy birthday, sir. The post Happy Jack Kirby Day! appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Quickies: Bill Nye Fights for Science, Gaming Misogyny, and Comic Book Parents

Categories: Quickies Tuskegee Syphilis Study Recruitment Letter – An example of the letter sent out to some black men in Alabama, in one of the most infamous cases of unethical science. Gaming... (Read more...)

Johnny Depp, Tyler Posey and Natasha Lyonne join Kevin Smith's 'Yoga Hosers'

"Comic Book Men" star Kevin Smith's Canadian horror film "Tusk" has yet to debut, but he's already heading into production on the follow-up, "Yoga Hosers." What's more, he's doing it with one of his more star-studded casts.The Hollywood...Show More Summary

Original Media Signs With ICM Partners

Original Media has inked with ICM Partners. Original Media produces reality series including Swamp People, Ink Master, Comic Book Men, The Pool Master, Dual Survivor and The Rachel Zoe Project. It also produced the Oscar-nominated indie features The Squid And The Whale and Half Nelson and A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints. Show More Summary

Biologist tries to explain Captain America and the Hulk with science

last monthNews : The Newsroom

Comic book writers almost always spin up some inventive pseudo-science to explain how normal men and women transform into superheroes, but what if a real biologist took a crack at it? Sebastian Alvarado, a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University, has done just that with a new series of videos. Show More Summary

Newswire: A biologist used science to explain how The Hulk and Captain America work

There are video game nerds, comic book nerds, and even sports nerds, but a true nerd isn’t just some guy obsessed with muscle-y men hitting each other. As Milhouse explained in an episode of the Simpsons, “nerds are smart.” Now, a biologist...Show More Summary

After His Comic Book Misfires, Josh Brolin Is Confident Thanos Is “The One”

With Jonah Hex, Men in Black: III, Oldboy, Guardians of the Galaxy, and the upcoming Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, actor Josh Brolin has been in five comic book movies in the last four years. Some have been more successful than others. Show More Summary

Revolutionary War Comic Coming in 2015

Last month the Nerdist website announced that in April 2015 Dark Horse Comics will launch the comic book Rebels, which “will explore the lives of soldiers, ordinary colonists, and the extraordinary men and women that lived and died during...Show More Summary

Comic-Con: 'Walking Dead' Season 5 Announces October Premiere Date

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

'The Walking Dead' Season 5 premiere will be followed by season premieres of 'Talking Dead' and 'Comic Book Men'. [...]

Book Salon Preview: Men Explain Things to Me

In her comic, scathing essay “Men Explain Things to Me,” Rebecca Solnit took on what often goes wrong in conversations between men and women. She wrote about men who wrongly assume they know things and wrongly assume women don’t, about...Show More Summary

What The New Female Thor Might Mean For Female Representation In Comics

Is the creation of a new female Thor a watershed moment in pop culture? Or a gimmick to sell more comic books? The post What The New Female Thor Might Mean For Female Representation In Comics appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Comic Books and Sexism: A History of the 2nd-Class Caped Crusader

Back in 1975 the Wonder Woman television series gave thousands of imaginative girls and young women a superheroine that was a force to reckon with. She was faster and stronger than most men, more beautiful than most women and wiser than most kings. Show More Summary

‘A MOST IMPERFECT UNION’: ‘La Cucaracha’ cartoonist takes on a nation’s ‘dead white men

LALO ALCARAZ, as a cartoonist, can’t help but ring out with irreverence. In time for Independence Day, Alcaraz — perhaps best known for sociopolitical comic strip “La Cucaracha” — is the illustrator of a new book about the republic,Show More Summary

Kevin Smith visits the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' set and cries: Pic

When you're a huge "Star Wars" fan, visiting the set of the next movie in the iconic franchise could easily bring you to tears. Don't believe that? Just ask Kevin Smith.The podcaster, filmmaker and "Comic Book Men" head honcho stopped by the set to visit fellow director J.J. Show More Summary

Year of the Artist, Day 176: John Paul Leon, Part 5 – The Winter Men #6

Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is John Paul Leon, and the issue is The Winter Men: Winter Special (it’s the sixth and final issue of the series, but for some reason it wasn’t labeled as such), which was published by DC/Wildstorm and […]

Book review: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay

Originally published December 1, 2000, in Comics Buyer’s Guide #1411 Toward the end of the 1930s, two young men teamed up to produce a comic book hero. They then sold all the rights to the character to a publisher for what seemed, to the young men, like a huge sum. The character then went on […]

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[Content Note: Misogyny; sexual objectification; heterocentrism.]"I have a theory about She-Hulk. Which was created by a man, right? And at the time in particular I think 95% of comic book readers were men, and certainly almost all of the comic book writers were men. Show More Summary

Nine Tips for Taking Your Kid to Their First Comic-Con

Tom Burns has some advice for geeky parents who want to take their geeky kids to their first-ever comic book convention. The post Nine Tips for Taking Your Kid to Their First Comic-Con appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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