This one’s for the ladies. And anyone else who loves comics. With Birds of Prey coming out this week, it seemed like a good time to take a look at women on and off the page of comic books.
[Note: Sorry this rolled out on Monday, my bad – Brian]
Does whatever a spider can…
This week we’re all new with guest host, Blaine Dowler! Get ready for Spider-Man: Far From Home with thirty questions about everyone’s favorite wall-crawling super hero.
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Hey Bub, you ready for the X-Men? Join Charles Xavier and the whole crew for some x-tremely x-citing trivia this episode as a run-up to the new movie, X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
Continuing with Comic reviews, I have a look at Dark Horse’s revival of the Golden age hero Captain Midnight. Continue reading →
This week I’m doing a slight shift from my manga reviews with a comic review of the first volume of Brian K. Vaughn’s Saga. Continue reading →
According to Entertainment Weekly, DC will be publishing several new titles based on old Hanna-Barbera cartoons over the next few months. For more details on these modern-ish reboots of Scooby-Doo, The Flintstones, and Jonny Quest, click through to EW. Or, click through here for a snark peek at the Scooby gang.
The latest episode of the Unofficial 75 Greatest Marvel’s podcast is available here, discussing Daredevil: The Man Without Fear with Anthony Stauffer. This one was recorded in my kitchen, which has a ceiling that is not condusive to clear recordings. There is a bit of an echo, but not enough to obscure what we’re saying. It can also be found in iTunes, Stitcher and plain vanilla RSS. You can also check out the Facebook listener forum here.
It’s been a while since I did a graphic novel review. This time I’m taking a look at the D&D comic put out by IDW back during the release of 4th Edition.
A while back we encouraged you to check out the first issue of Atomic Robo, when it was made available for free on Comixology. Now it’s time to take a look at the comic’s first trade.
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It’s been a while since I reviewed something, so this time I’m taking a look at a collection of the first two major story-lines of Matt Fraction’s Invincible Iron Man run – one of which had some influence on the plot of Iron Man 3. Continue reading →