Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse nabbed the biggest December opening for an animated film, netting $35 million. Mortal Engines, from Peter Jackson, only managed $7 million (on a $100 Million budget).
November 29, 2017
There’s just so much to unpack. Sit back and enjoy.
[Warning: Contains minor spoiler for Thor: Ragnarok]
July 7, 2017
There are two scenes in the credits for this one, so stick around when you see it. Patience will be rewarded. Note also that I said “when you see it,” not “if you see it.” Having already seen Captain America: Civil War would help, but isn’t essential.
May 25, 2017
Got some new stuff to show off/discuss:
- Cars 3
- Despicable Me 3
- Game of Thrones, Season 7
- The Mummy (2017)
- Spider-Man: Homecoming
- Transformers: The Last Knight
- Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
- War for the Planet of the Apes
March 10, 2016
Including our first look at the newest Spider-Man.
December 31, 2014
August 1, 2010
Yes, I realize that SDCC 2010 was last week. However, I kind of had a lot of stuff to do when I got home after the convention (I’ve only really finished unpacking just now), so now it’s time to get my notes together and let you know what happened during the con, based on my journal entries from the trip. This isn’t precisely going to be a “news” post – partially because it’s late, and partially the news stories from the con went up during the con, so you’ve probably already read them. More…
September 20, 2009
The New York Times is reporting (no registration required) that the heirs of Jack Kirby have sent notices of Copyright Termination to Marvel, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures and others to regain the rights to various characters Kirby created or helped create, including The Incredible Hulk, The Fantastic Four, The X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man and The Avengers (or those members of the roster that Kirby drew). More…
July 25, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel’s flagship comic title, has seen a lot of changes in the past two years. In the wake of One More Day, readers saw a status quo with some reintroduced elements of yesteryear, some new elements, and the lack of other recent elements. I’ve been behind on the reviews because most of what I have to say about them doesn’t fit neatly into our review formats, so here’s another editorial. (Note that this introduction concludes the spoiler-free portion of the article.)