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Also.Also.Also: Former Sluts Watch Lesbian Anime with Dutee Chand and Other Stories We Missed This Week

8 hours agoLGBT / Lesbian : Autostraddle

We've got your adult coloring books and your black women in superhero comics and your interviews with authors and your former sluts talking to their daughters about sex and your feminist moments of scifi history. Also, we learned how to delete our Netflix viewing history.

Law And Order And Superheroes: Sony Adapting Comic Series ‘Powers’ for PlayStation Network

11 hours agoOdd : Nerd Bastards

PlayStation Network: The multimedia service offered on Sony‘s PlayStation game consoles is set to release its first original series, an adaptation of the comic book series Powers published by Image and written by Ultimate Spider-Man scribe Brian Michael Bendis, who will also executive produce the show. Powers follows the adventures of a pair of “normal” […]

Another Comic Book Show? Fox Orders Pilot for DC Comics' Lucifer

Is this Fox's backup plan in case Gotham fails? The network has given a put pilot commitment to DC Comics property Lucifer, reports Variety. Read More > Other Links From Arrow Gotham The Flash iZombie Constantine

Why Is There Going to Be a Tim Duncan Cameo in a ‘Punisher’ Comic?

12 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

A Tim Duncan cameo in a comic book is just the thing the NBA needs to remind everyone how righteous it is when compared to the NFL. That’s not to say that NBA players are saints – they’re actually pretty bad people, too. Just not as bad as NFL players. “Oh, you guys beat your […]

Year of the Artist, Day 260: Milo Manara, Part 4 – Revoir les étoiles

Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Milo Manara, and the story is Revoir les étoiles (To See Once More the Stars), which was published in À Suivre magazine in 1997. These scans are from The Manara Library volume 5, which was published […]

[Comic Book Review] “Tales of Mr. Rhee: Karmageddon? #1 Promises Apocalyptic Fun To Come

Dirk Manning has worked almost exclusively with horror comics throughout his career, and to say he loves the genre would be an understatement. He is, after all, from Hell, Michigan according to his Twitter profile. This week Manning (alongside artist Seth Damoose) brings back his post-Rapture desperado for another bout with otherworldly monsters in Tales […]

‘Lucifer’ Could Kick Off the Age of the Comic-Less Comic Book Adaptation

You know the rules. There must be one new comic-to-TV adaptation per week, every week, lest Superman come down from his throne on high and smite us with his cool Superman powers. Two weeks ago, we were given Supergirl. Last week, (Teen) Titans. Show More Summary

'At Midnight' #HipsterComicBooks: Kevin Smith plays Justin Long in 'Hashtag Wars'

If there's one thing Kevin Smith knows, it's comic books. That's why he completely dominated in the "#HipsterComicBooks"category of Comedy Central's "@Midnight" fan-favorite game, "Hashtag Wars."In the clip, host Chris Hardwick challenges...Show More Summary

[Comic Book Review] “Buffy: Season 10? #7 Is Authentically Crafted and Engaging

Christos Gage and Nicholas Brendon assemble a hilariously scripted issue of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 10”, that’s thoroughly engaging and authentically crafted; with great interior artwork from Rebekah Isaacs to boot.   WRITTEN...Show More Summary

[Comic Book Review] George Perez’s “Sirens” #1 Is Confusing and Confounding

“Sirens” from George Perez with BOOM! Studios, certainly plays to their strengths. The colors are vivid, the character designs appealing, the protagonists mostly complex, strong, and female.  However, it also jumps all over the known universe through time and mythology, completely unpredictably. If that sounds like a fun romp, I’m sorry, because while I find the concept […]

Kevin Smith's "Tusk" in Development as a Comic Book at Dynamite

CBR has confirmed that a comic book based on the new Kevin Smith film "Tusk" is in the works at Dynamite Entertainment.

'Casino Royale' Director Taking on Relativity's 'Hunter Killer' Adaptation

Director Martin Campbell hasn't really had much to brag about since being at the helm of Casino Royale in 2006, even though he tried his best with Edge of Darkness starring Mel Gibson and the infamous comic book bomb Green Lantern. But...Show More Summary

[Comic Book Review] “The Life After” #3 Is Brilliant in its Unbridled Imagination

Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: Ernest Hemingway, a guy named Jude and a bull dog walk into a cave…I don’t think anyone can ever claim to have thought of what goes down in “The Life After” #3 except for the brilliant creators behind it. This is downright unbridled imagination at its best. WRITTEN […]

[Comic Book Review] “The Delinquents” #2 Continues The Crazy Hero Teamup!

“The Delinquents” #2 continues the crazy hero / team-up / hobo treasure hunt train that took off last month with all kinds of wackiness. This series is perfectly titled as these “heroes” literally have to get “pickled into a stupor by breakfast” as to stay on mission. Plus there’s The Goat. This series is a […]

IDW Publishing December Trek Comics

16 hours agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

For Star Trek comic book fans, December will be a good month. There will be four different Trek comics released in December. The titles will include: Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #1, Star Trek #40, Star Trek: New Adventures Vol. 1, and Star Trek: New Visions: Made Out of Mudd. Star Trek #40 will wrap […]

[5 Skull Comic Book Review] “Criminal Macabre: The Third Child” #1is Monstrously Perfect

He’s back! Our loveable monster detective, Cal McDonald. And he’s back in a rather demolished state of mind. His physical nature’s not doing so well either. “Criminal Macabre: The Third Child” is the newest arc in Steve Niles’ long running supernatural detective series that blew itself to pieces last fall with “The Eyes of Frankenstein” […]

Meta-Messages – Hulk With a Fin on His Head Revisited

In this feature I explore the context behind (using reader danjack’s term) “meta-messages.” A meta-message is where a comic book creator comments on/references the work of another comic book/comic book creator (or sometimes even themselves) in their comic. Each time around, I’ll give you the context behind one such “meta-message.” Here is an archive of […]

[Comic Book Review] “Shutter” #6 Proves Intrigue Isn’t Everything

“Shutter” stumbles this month and has me incredibly torn. On the one hand it’s got a fight scene where someone rides a triceratops and on the other it adds even more uninteresting mysteries. The ambiguity is beginning to wear thin. WRITTEN BY: Joe Keatinge ART BY: Leila De Duca PUBLISHER: Image PRICE: $3.50 RELEASE: September […]

[5 Skull Comic Book Review] “Translucid” #6 Ends A Damn Good Ride

It’s over, it’s all over. “Translucid” #6 has comes to a close and it’s been a damn good ride. This is a supremely solid and wholly satisfying conclusion to a mini series that’s always been a cut above. The finale’s not big on concrete answers, but really this was never about answers. It’s always been […]

[Comic Book Review] “Clive Barker’s Hellraiser: Bestiary” #2 is Disturbing to its Core!

Gory and disturbing to the core, “Clive Barker’s Hellraiser: Bestiary” #2 is a must-read continuation of the horror franchise that made Pinhead a household name. After so many lackluster sequels,  “Hellraiser” is back with a worthy installment. In the right hands, “Bestiary” delvers an anthology of shorts that know how to bring in the shocks and scares. […]

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