Anticipating the Supreme Court ruling that marriage rights extend to American citizens equally, regardless of a couple’s gender composition, two Texas men closed their comic book shop on Saturday morning. When they returned to work, the pair were legally married, Business Insider reports....
Drop what you are doing, female geeks and the men who love them: Margaret Atwood is contributing to a comic book anthology about the love lives of your misunderstood tribe. This is not a drill.
Imagine Agents will see Keaton as a Tommy Lee Jones type for a movie crossing Men in Black and Bing Bong from Inside Out "Michael Keaton is Doing Another Comic Book Movie" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
You almost certainly haven't heard of The Omega Men. "I think 'relatively obscure' is understating it," says Tom King, the writer of DC Entertainment's new series "The Omega Men" after I suggest the protagonists of his book might be a bit unknown. Show More Summary
By now, I assume y'alls have heard the incredible adaptation news - LUMBERJANES MOVIE WOOWOOWOOWOOOOOOOOOOO sorry. Ahem. Lumberjanes got optioned by Fox, and we might get to see a movie based on...
Suleiman Bakhit is a Jordanian entrepreneur. He is the son of a prime minister. Though still young, Bakhit has led a highly interesting and eventful life. Finding that Arab kids thought of heroes as men like bin Laden and Zarqawi, he started a line of comic books, to give them a different idea of heroism. Show More Summary
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At Vulture, we love comic books. We think that they matter, that they’re fun, and that they deserve our attention and not just our snark (though some of that’s cool, too). But the proliferation of big brooding men in masks, what some call the Frank Miller Effect, has become tiresome;... More »
“Maybe it’s not possible to create reasonable female comic-book superheroes, since their origins are so tangled up with magazines for men. True, they’re not much more ridiculous than male superheroes. But they’re all ridiculous in the same way.”
Comic Book Men‘s comic guru, Mike Zapcic, is here to give you the skinny on the ten things you need to know about Marvel's latest baddie, Ultron, as he appears in the comic book stories.
Comic Book Men comics master Mike Zapcic shares seven things you need to know about the comic character Daredevil.
Women. These nefarious creature have come for our videogames, they’ve come for our comic books, and now they’re coming for the Transformers. An entire team of six new female Transformers debut in the IDW Combiner Hunters comic and then be released as toys later on. Read more...
On Mike and Ming's pull list, Bruce Wayne meets his father after realities collide in Convergence #2, plus a re-imagining of the 90s' favorite teenage witch surprises with a nightmarish new villain.
Kids will be turned off reading if they have no interest in the material. Comics or picture books are fine as long as the child enjoys it. The post Kids Need to Like What They’re Reading to Progress appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Mike and Ming's pull list for this week includes the comic industry's version of a blockbuster gamble, plus some newly collected classics.
Ms. Marvel No. 2 by variant cover artist Jorge Molina It’s undeniable that the majority of comic books are made by and for men. According to comics historian and researcher Tim Hanley—who regularly “gendercrunches” the industry’s demographics—male comics creators outnumbered female nine-to-one as recently as December of 2014. Show More Summary
Reviewed by Brady Steele. God Hates Astronauts #7 keeps the crazy sauce pouring all over this issue. Just to keep things fresh, creator / mad genius Ryan Browne has a special guest star narrate this month: real-person and comic book writer Charles Soule! There’s also plenty of explosions, swearing and fighting animal men here too. WRITTEN BY: Ryan Browne […]
Mike talks about the comic books he's reading this week.
Female Thor and Muslim Ms. Marvel are saving the comic book industry, and the misogynist trolls are pissed
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