The latest trailer for the film X-Men: Days of Future Past from 20th Century Fox, based on the comic books by Marvel, showcases the many ways in which the X-Men from the future interact with those of the past, and why both groups need each other. X-Men: Days of Future Past is set to release [...]
Following last night's final trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past, not to mention this morning's revelation that Anna Paquin will have a brief appearance as Rogue in the film after all, that's not all the news for the comic book sequel we have. Show More Summary
ABC’s scheduling stunt with an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. block paid off. Airing at 9 PM with last week’s episode as a lead-in, the comic book series last night drew a 2.0 in adults 18-49, up 18% from its fast national last week and up 5% from the final to tie a five-week high. Show More Summary
Captain Underpants, a graphic novel intended for children, holds the #1 spot for the most challenged book for two years in a row-- beating E.L. James Fifty Shades of Grey, which ranked #4. Yup, a comic about an imagined superhero who prefers to not wear any pants is a lot more raunchy than awful descriptions of porn.
Growing up I was lucky, unlike most British children I had a lot of access to a broad variety of comic books. My mum and dad (practically still kid themselves at the time) left all kinds around the house; There were the comic books specifically for me, like Dandy and The Beano (which my dad would […]
Cartoonist Paul Pope's 1999 graphic novel Escapo, is being re-issued as a special edition loaded with extras. To kick it off, the publisher is holding a live concert in New York with The Jim Jones Revue, with some proceeds going to The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
You know him from all of his excellent contributions to The Line it is Drawn over the last couple of years, and now Joshua Gowdy has a brand-new comic book out TODAY from MonkeyBrain Comics! It is called Skinned and it is a fascinating tale about a world where optical illusions are the rule of […]
If you are a self-proclaimed geek, the latest GeekScholars Movie News show might be considered mandatory listening. Hit the jump to find out why, or just trust us and hit play above. In an epic episode, the GeekScholars discuss: Nathan Fillion’s potential role in Guardians of the Galaxy, the pros and cons of a Battlestar Galactica movie along with top […]
Comic Book Resources has a weekly column where a stable of artists draw fan requests, compiled by theme. A recent post collected western redesigns of anime and manga characters -- something distinctly up our alley. The image in the header was done by Marco D'Alfonso and depicts a Jack Kirby-style Akira remake. Show More Summary
In comic to be published this June, Sandberg is the superwoman of leaning in
'Kick-Ass' director Matthew Vaugn is producing an adaptation of Mark Millar comic 'Superior' for Twentieth Century Fox. The post Matthew Vaughn to Produce Mark Millar’s ‘Superior’ Comic Book Movie appeared first on Screen Rant.
Fan favorite Castle—and Firefly!—star Nathan Fillion was the guest of Conan O'Brien yesterday, and well, they've discussed things I didn't expect: DC and Marvel-themed nail polish. Read more...
And it's more miscellaneous stuff, although we might touch back on an item or two from last time! Anyway, here's an ad for Nabisco Shredded Wheat with their latest gimmick to get kids to want to eat those huge, dry biscuits! Eventually...Show More Summary
&amp;lt;img src=""&amp;gt; For the final episodes of Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s first season, Marvel Studios has been releasing promotional posters drawn by notable comic book artists, beginning with Mike Del Mundo’s labyrinthine...Show More Summary
This comic book adaptation follows a spy-for-hire who is being kept safe by a mysterious man named Jake Ellis, after a deal goes bad. [...]
Yesterday was a tough day. I love comic book movies and Game Of Thrones, and had plans to spend my long-awaited holiday leave to catch up on the adventures in Westeros and the new Captain America movie. Yesterday I had both of these “spoiled” for me, either by my co-workers, commenters or the internet at large. Show More Summary
"2000AD" veterans Al Ewing and Rob Williams talk about their plans for the new comic book series starring the Eleventh incarnation of the BBC's long-lived time-traveling hero. read more
This charming poster by Zack Bolotin is somewhere between Dr. Seuss and a golden-age comic book. I expect a caped silhouette to fly across this skyline at any moment. More info at porchlightcoffee.com. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Jae Lee, and the issue is Inhumans #1, which was published by Marvel and is cover dated November 1998. These scans are from the trade paperback, which was published in October 2000. Enjoy! Lee worked through […]
At this point, comic book writer Mark Millar could probably come up with a miniseries about a killer robot driving instructor that goes back in time for some reason, and still sell it to a movie studio. The Scottish author has sold the film rights to another one of his creator-owned hits, again to Twentieth […]