Kevin Smith and the charismatic men of Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash continue the antics and fun
Ian Carlos Crawford of Buzzfeed shares Marvel's comic book covers about fighting bullying. The post These Marvel Anti-Bullying Variant Covers Will Hit You Right In The Feels appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The last time we heard about Kevin Smith's gestating hockey project Hit Somebody, it was being turned into a miniseries at AMC where the director's reality show "Comic Book Men" is hosted. However, that was over two years ago, and at that time, Clerks III was going to be the last film that Smith directed before retiring from directing. Show More Summary
Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, Lesli Linka Glatter argues that even after women break into the industry, they still aren't given the same opportunities as their male counterparts: Men get the next big comic book movie; women get overlooked read more
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is Lessons learned: Here's what you may have missed on Sunday Kos... Book Review: To the Far Right Christian Hater..., by DarkSyde The victim-blaming hypocrisy of Rep. Peter King, by Dante Atkins New York's...Show More Summary
Nicole Franklin speaks to an illustrator in the comic book genre who believes the true hero’s journey does not discriminate. The post The Hero’s Journey vs. The Heroine’s Journey: Rewriting Privilege appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It’s always a trip to spend time with Kevin Smith because you know it’s going to be entertaining and fun no matter the topic of conversation. Recently I had the chance to talk to Kevin about his hit series Comic Book Men on AMC, the positive response at the Toronto International Film Festival to his new […]
Warning: Spoilers for "The Walking Dead" comic books by Robert Kirkman are contained in this article. They could serve as potential spoilers for the AMC TV series, so read on at your own risk."The Walking Dead" crossed a pretty important...Show More Summary
Screenwriter Will Simmons has signed on for the comic book adaptation 'Day Men', following the humans who take care of vampires. [...]
Reality TV news you may have missed AMC has canceled all its reality TV except for one show: Kevin Smith’s Comic Book Men, the Pawn Stars knock-off that feels far more staged than it should. In a statement, the network said, “We are proud of our efforts in unscripted programming and the unique worlds we have been able... read more »
Like most of Kevin Smith's body of work, "Comic Book Men" is more of an excuse for him to tell stories and highlight things he has a passion for than anything else. This strategy works for Smith mostly because he has the smug charm to pull off talking about himself and his store while seeming only slightly self-centered. Show More Summary
Tonight features the return of the only two surviving scripted reality television shows in AMC‘s lineup. AMC canceled all the rest and only The Talking Dead and Comic Book Men survived the brutal slashing. It probably helps that both shows follow the incredibly popular The Walking Dead which generally shatters viewing number records every year. […]
It’s always fun to get a chance to chat with Kevin Smith about any topic. I had the opportunity to sit down with him and the rest of the wacky crew from AMC’s Comic Book Men to discuss their new season premiering this weekend. We also discussed how having Kevin’s daughter in both an episode […]
Kevin Smith is a cursing artist. He can weave obscenities like he's making you a warm, soft blanket.After thanking the crowd for coming out on Friday (Oct. 10) to see the cast of "Comic Book Men" at New York Comic Con "so godd early," Smith admitted he's recently cut out processed sugar, so he's in a really deep, dark place. Show More Summary
AMC is refocusing on scripted content, thereby canceling nearly all of its reality shows. Specifically, the network will continue to
Three years after it entered the unscripted arena, AMC is pulling out to focus on its core scripted business. Of the network's unscripted portfolio, only The Walking Dead hit aftershow Talking Dead and Kevin Smith's Comic Book Men will continue. Show More Summary
The tenth installment of "Batman '66 Meets The Green Hornet" has nearly arrived. Written by "Comic Book Men" star Kevin Smith and comedian Ralph Garman, the digital-first comic book series sees the return of the classic TV versions of...Show More Summary
Movie, book, TV show, epic poem, comic book, Concept album, ad campaign, play, opera--doesn't matter what kind of fiction it is.... The post What Fictional Universe Do You Most Want to Live In? appeared first on The Good Men Project...
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 TVGuide.com Bryan Johnson Kevin Smith Comic Book Men Michael Zapcic Ming Chen Walt Flanagan
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