Comic Books

Where and how did the Green Lantern movie go so horribly wrong? When the Green Lantern movie came out, it was ravaged by the critics. I figured it had to be at least somewhat of a backlash on it being yet another comic book movie, but now that I have recently gone back and watched it… read more

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After 75 years in New York City, DC Comics is planning to pack up its offices and head on out to sunny California. DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson on Tuesday informed the staff of the company that in 2015, the comics branch of the company will be heading out to Burbank, Calif. to work more… read more


The Dark Knight Returns animated feature is shaping up to look awesome. While I’m still not thrilled that this is being split in to multiple parts for the release – and you know there’ll be a boxed set release shortly after the final part comes out – I have to say this is looking fantastic.… read more

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Remember when movie posters were awesome? Whatever happened to that? I used to love a good movie poster, and I have many from the 1980s, but any more I just look at them and go, “… eh.”  A one-sheet – as they are known – should tell you something about the movie, and try to… read more

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If you asked pretty much any serious comic book reader what story they feel changed everything in the industry, I can just about guarantee you they would say, “The Dark Knight Returns.” First published in 1986, The Dark Knight Returns was written and drawn by Frank Miller, and it may have been the one mini-series… read more

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With only one more day until The Dark Knight Rises, it seems like a good time for one last batch of publicity images from the eagerly anticipated film. You can find all of the images after the jump as there is a bunch of them, but it’s time to say so long to Christopher Nolan’s… read more

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You have to give an actor credit when he decides to go rogue and return to a character of his own accord.  (Fair warning, the video is very not safe for work due to language and violence) In the video above, Thomas Jane returns to the character of Frank Castle, the Punisher, which he played… read more

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The Marvel film panel on Saturday at the San Diego Comic-Con provided a lot of updates on the next projects for the burgeoning film studio. First up, the official Iron Man 3 logo made its debut and … it says “Iron Man” and “3” … I know you’re all shocked.  (You can click on any… read more

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San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing again, and with that comes the new annual tradition of debuting footage from the upcoming season of The Walking Dead. This new footage shows off more of the prison and what it takes for our merry band of survivors to call it “home.”  There isn’t any indication of… read more

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The first showing of Dredd happened on Wednesday night at San Diego Comic-Con, and it sounds like we can all breathe easy. It’s good. I have been nervous as heck for Dredd, but I have yet to read a negative word from the advance screening that happened at SDCC on Wednesday night.  Everyone is saying… read more

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The days before The Dark Knight Rises premieres are dwindling, and to build up even more excitement we now have a small taste of what happened behind the scenes. Christopher Nolan, the director of this series, is known to loathe the use of CGI when a practical effect can be pulled off. While this is… read more

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The first banner for the third season of The Walking Dead has been released, and we get a good look at two important characters this show is sure to mess up. The banner above was released ahead of next week’s San Diego Comic Con and in addition to showing Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) it also gives… read more

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