Trend Results : Comic Book Men

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 517)


Tyler Posey’s Character Comes Out on ‘Jane the Virgin’ — WATCH

5 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Tyler Posey’s character on ABC’s Jane the Virgin came out of the closet as bisexual. Posey plays a comic book artist who we found out this week has dated women and men. Variety spoke with showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman about the episode:… Read The post Tyler Posey’s Character Comes Out on ‘Jane the Virgin’ — WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

Comic Book Men Returns with Special Walking Dead Episode!

Comic Book Men (AMC, 1 am/midnight C) returns for its seventh season (only one less than The Walking Dead) on October 22nd with, of all things, a special Walking Dead episode. The show will feature some amazing guest stars – Mike Colter,...Show More Summary

Prada Takes a Page from Comic Books for Spring ’18 Collection

To view this content in its entirety, you must be a premium member of The Fashionisto. If you are already a member, sign in below. Otherwise, by signing up, you will have unlimited access to men’s fashion news, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and the latest in menswear. Show More Summary

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2017! – Interview with Writer Vivek Tiwary (The Fifth Beatle)

IDW STAR TREK: WAYPOINT Anthology series featuring an ENTERPRISE story by Vivek Tiwary and Artist TK. The post FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2017! – Interview with Writer Vivek Tiwary (The Fifth Beatle) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Every Ape I See: The Best Gorilla Comic Book Covers

For as long as there have been comic books full of men and women dressed in bright colors performing heroic deeds, there have been comic books involving giant mutant gorillas standing in their way. It was established in the Silver Age...Show More Summary

Ryan Gosling Is Developing a Comic Book Movie About Deep Sea Ghosts

9 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales isn’t the only upcoming movie about magical ocean ghosts. Ryan Gosling has signed on to produce an adaptation of The Underwater Welder, a graphic novel about a scuba diver’s haunted adventures off an oil rig. Read more...

10 Things I Want to Say to a Black Nerd

The books and comics you love don't have many heroes or villains who look like you. The post 10 Things I Want to Say to a Black Nerd appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Steve Harvey Offers a Thin Apology for His Anti-Asian Jokes

Now that it's been nearly a week since Steve Harvey emasculated Asian men for laughs, the comic has finally issued an apology for his comments. Last week, during a segment about bad self-help books, Harvey poked fun at one called How to Date a White Woman: A Practical Guide for Asian Men, and ... More »

The Controversial Wonder Woman News That Has Shocked Gal Gadot

One of the reasons that so many are looking forward to the new Wonder Woman movie is because it will be the first comic book movie that will focus on a woman who is equal to superpowered men. Others, however, have a very different view of the character.

One Punch Man: NOT All Heroes are COOL!

Combine One's raw concept with a promising artistic partnership to equal comic book history: One Punch Man! The post One Punch Man: NOT All Heroes are COOL! appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Men of Steel: 15 Comic Book Copies Of Superman

Why mess with a tried and true superhero formula like Superman? These comic book characters were all inspired by the Man of Steel. The post Men of Steel: 15 Comic Book Copies Of Superman appeared first on

Kevin Smith Leaves ‘Buckaroo Banzai’ Amid Lawsuits

12 months agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

Kevin Smith has been on a roll in the small screen. In addition to his talk shows, Comic Book Men and Geeking Out, he’s been guest directing episodes of The Flash and Supergirl. It looks like Smith caught the TV bug and wanted to continue by adapting a classic movie as a TV series. Fans […]

Wizard Look Back: Kevin Smith’s Clerks Comics, Spidey’s Movie Troubles

Wrestlers invade comics, the Comic Book Men before they were TV stars, and who was once the most controversial man in comics? The post Wizard Look Back: Kevin Smith’s Clerks Comics, Spidey’s Movie Troubles appeared first on

OK Google, the definition of 'hero' isn't just for men anymore

Halloween season is upon us, and everyone is dressing up as their favorite monster, sexy plumber and, of course, comic book hero. But if you take a quick look at Google's definition of "hero," you might be surprised that, in 2016, it...Show More Summary

Newswire: Ben Affleck is Kevin Smith’s favorite Batman, obviously

Speaking at a Comic Book Men panel yesterday at New York Comic Con, Kevin Smith shocked nobody in the room when he confirmed that Ben Affleck is his preferred Dark Knight. According to, Smith lays out a pretty specific explanation behind his choice: Ben Affleck rules as the Batman. Show More Summary

New augmented reality comic book shows the resilience of acid attack survivors

As an acid attack survivor, Monica Singh once found it incredibly difficult to look in the mirror. Her scarred skin brought her back to the day men poured a bucket of acid on her in Lucknow, India — a violent retaliation for her rejection of a marriage proposal. More than half of Singh's body was burned instantly, altering her appearance forever. Show More Summary

Wonder Woman is 'queer,' comic book writer says - CNET

Comic book writer Greg Rucka confirms that the famous queen of the Amazons has romantic relationships with women and men.

Superman Day of Doom Men’s T-Shirt

Earth’s strongest hero meets the Kryptonian juggernaut of destruction on the Superman Day of Doom Men’s T-Shirt. It was the moment that shocked even jaded comic books fans as Superman literally gave everything he had to take Doomsday down. Of course, comic books being what they are, Supes came back and Doomsday was featured so […]

Martha Thomases: Diving Into Diversity

  One of the most exciting developments in the comic book industry in my lifetime has been the increased diversity, both in content and in creators. It is no longer a given that only straight cis white men can be writers, artists, or heroes. It’s something we champion here at ComicMix. Many of our contributors […]

Unsung Hero of the '90s: A Celebration of Gerard Jones

If you know Gerard Jones from his work this century, you probably think of him as a comics and pop culture historian. And he fills that role well in books like Men of Tomorrow: Geeks, Gangsters, and the Birth of the Comic Book and Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Superheroes and Make-Believe Violence. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC