Marvel hit a home run with Jason Latour & Robbi Rodriguez unleashing the solo "Spider-Gwen" the latest issue of James Robinson's "Fantastic Four."
Thomas Piketty: [Putting Distribution Back at the Center of Economics: Reflections on Capital in the Twenty-First Century](http://pubs.aeaweb.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1257/jep.29.1.67): "In their contribution to this symposium, Acemoglu and Robinson present cross-country regression results... Show More Summary
"James Robinson and Leonard Kirk continue to weave one of the most well-planned and masterfully executed Fantastic Four stories in recent memory with 'Fantastic Four' #643."
Whether it’s due to consistently lackluster sales performance or Marvel taking a shot at Fox, Fantastic Four is ending with April’s #645, and writer James Robinson is putting the team in increasingly dire situations as his story winds down. Show More Summary
For James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and Karl Kesel's "Fantastic Four" #642, "more is definitely better as the team makes its grand return."
CSBG's Greg Burgas breaks down why you really ought to own James Robinson's classic run on DC Comics' "Starman" series.
Among the writers whose books were nominated: Thomas Piketty, Phil Klay, Chang-rae Lee, Marlon James, and Marilynne Robinson.
Hey, I’m back! With one of my all-time favorite series! Starman (I guess it’s technically “volume 2?) by James Robinson (writer, issues #0-80; Annual #1-2; Secret Files and Origins #1; Showcase ’96 #4-5; The Shade #1-4; The Mist #1), David Goyer (co-plotter, issues #48-60, 77), Jerry Ordway (writer, The Power of Shazam! #35-36), Tony Harris […]
According to multiple reports, Boston and Denver have agreed to terms on a trade of point guards Jameer Nelson and Nate Robinson. The Celtics are expected to cut ties with […] The post Nuggets Trade Nate Robinson to Celtics for Jameer Nelson appeared first on SLAMonline.
A panel of writers discuss the ins and outs of creator-owned comics without limits including James Robinson, Alex de Campi and Brian K. Vaughan.
For a large chunk of last year, Pando’s James Robinson followed the utterly ridiculous story of the even more ridiculous “Healbe GoBe”. The device, which raised over a million dollars on Indiegogo, claimed to be able to count the number of calories you had consumed throughout the day by reading blood glucose levels through your wrist. Show More Summary
The opening chapter of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's final FF tale arrives in January.
Live in NYC? Want to hear our own Bill Morris read from his latest novel? Then stop by the Half King this Monday at 7 p.m. Bill won’t just be reading — he’ll also be spinning songs by James Brown, Smokey Robinson and more.
Chadwick Boseman hit it out of the park last year with his quietly riveting performance as Jackie Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier in "42." This year he's back as another legend, James Brown in Tate Taylor's "Get On Up." The quiet is all gone: His Brown is a tower of power. With a...
James Robinson discusses his "All New Invaders" book, his love for the golden age, the end of "Fantastic Four," and a new perspective in sobriety
Daron Acemoglu, the Elizabeth and James Killian Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about his new paper co-authored with James Robinson, "The Rise and Fall of General Laws ofShow More Summary
Most people have not heard of Chadwick Boseman. The actor was lauded by critics for his portrayal of Jackie Robinson in "42," and in August 2014, he turned in another believable performance as James Brown in "Get On Up" which generated a lot of Oscar buzz.
Earlier today we met the newest member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Chadwick Boseman, best known for playing Jackie Robinson in the biopic 42 and the legendary singer James Brown in Get On Up, has signed a deal with Marvel Studios to play the first ever live-action version of the Wakandan hero T'Challa - best known as Black Panther. Show More Summary
After taking on such iconic roles as Jackie Robinson in 42 and James Brown in Get On Up, Chadwick Boseman is now stepping into another iconic role: this time as T’Challa, the ruler of the African nation of Wakanda and superhero in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. Show More Summary
As James Franco has Instagrammed, he's at work on "Zeroville," the film adaptation of the 2007 novel by Steve Erickson. Now Megan Fox, Seth Rogen, Danny McBride, Horatio Sanz, Dave Franco, Craig Robinson and Joey King have joined the cast, Deadline reports.