The Shadow, the template for most of comic books’ mystery men, captured America’s imagination in radio and pulp magazines for decades. His paperback revival in the 1960s and 1970s (the latter with spectacular covers from Steranko) led to his brilliant portrayal by Denny O’Neil and Michael William Kaluta in the short-lived DC Comics adaptation. Show More Summary
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is To-do list: What you missed on Sunday Kos... Republicans chicken out on tax reform, by Jon Perr Myrtilla Miner—teaching 'colored girls' to teach, by Denise Oliver Velez The best books I read in 2013,Show More Summary
Eric Garcia, author of the novel “Matchtick Men”, teams with IDW Publishing for a new comic series that blurs the line between man and machine, “City: The Mind in the Machine”. The book seems to deal with the topical issue of how we interact with... Read More
"Comic Book Men" is taking on one of the greatest debates of all in its upcoming episode: who is the ultimate superhero arch-nemesis?
Kevin Smith and and the guys from The Secret Stash are already back into a new season of COMIC BOOK MEN on AMC. Kevin catches us up and talks about how the show has evolved over three seasons, and where it’s headed. Plus The DVR scores...Show More Summary
In an exclusive clip from the "Comic Book Men" episode "USS Ming," Kevin Smith and the rest of the guys tease Ming Chen for making the customer build the "G.I. Joe" USS Flagg ship model he brought in before agreeing to buy it.
In retrospect, offering a mutant’s abs may not be the best way to sell magazines. Either Photoshop or the mutant gene is to blame for that terrifying hip to shoulder ratio. Comic book proportions can be fun on the page, … Continue reading ? The post Men’s Fitness: Something Doesn’t Fit appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .
Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it’s Nowhere Men #6. Written by Image publisher Eric Stephenson (Long Hot Summer, Fantastic Four) and drawn by Nate Bellegarde (Brit, Invincible...Show More Summary
BY: EDGAR SANDOVAL Napoleon stands defiant, with a mean look on his face when a subordinate informs him that his men are dying in the battlefield. “Dying! This is the greatest army on the continent! They will DIE when I will tell THEM to and not before!” Such historical wittiness can...
Walt Flanagan is living the dream. He’s got a TV show, draws comics, and he runs a comic shop with a bunch of his friends. Why he would want to let our collection of sad sack and snarky mouth breathers darken his metaphorical doorway is beyond comprehension, but in the interview below, Flanagan fields our […]
The “comic books into movies” trend marches ever onward, but if a comic adaptation has no superheroes, magic hammers, or grown men dressing up like winged mammals, does it still count as part of the trend? The world may never know. But...Show More Summary
See a clip from the season premiere of AMC's 'Comic Book Men.'
Rian Hughes is arguably one of the most multi-talented men currently working in communication design. His comic books are just the tip of the iceberg, with his current redesign of the Valiant logo making comic shop shelves a little sleeker, and his recent work organizing the Image Duplicator exhibition displaying his passion for original comic book art. When [...]
Bryan Cranston hasn’t officially been cast as Lex Luthor in the new Superman Vs. Batman movie but comic book fans are pretty excited about the possibility. One person even made a trailer for the Men Of Steel sequel showcasing both Ben Affleck as Batman and Cranston as Lex Luthor. Show More Summary
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The studio is teaming up with 2 Guns comic book publisher Boom! Studios for this adaptation about a group of humans who protect vampires while they sleep. [...]
Deadline is reporting that Universal Studios has optioned the rights to Boom! Studios' new comic book series Day Men. Universal has reportedly been eyeing the property after their success with another Boom! Studios title, 2 Guns. This...Show More Summary
Universal Pictures has optioned Michael Alan Nelson, Matt Gagnon and Brian Stelfreeze's recent BOOM! Studios vampire series "Day Men" for its next comic book adaptation film.
EXCLUSIVE: Comics and graphic novel publisher Boom! Studios and Universal opened their Denzel Washington-Mark Wahlberg actioner 2 Guns at #1 earlier this month. Now the companies have inked a deal for their next comic book adaptation. Show More Summary
In this video, shot ahead of San Diego Comic-Con, Fool contributor Tim Beyers discusses AMC Networks Inc (NASDAQ:AMCX)‘ need to cultivate new properties. Both Breaking Bad and Mad Men end soon. The Walking Dead should give the network plenty of life as the top-rated scripted show of the fall 2012-2013 TV season, but network President Charlie [...]