Host Derek Coward and his son Stephen give a parking lot review of the 2015 film ‘Avengers Age of Ultron’.
Host Derek Coward talks about Funky Winkerbean and other comic strips.
Host Aaron Macom discusses Alias, super hero movies, molten metal and aeriel photography
This week host Aaron Macom discusses The Babadook and Humble Bundle deals.
Host Aaron Macom returns to talk about The CW’s “The 100.”
Host Derek Coward returns to answer the seemingly simple question “If you were going to create your own comic universe, what kinds of things would you be sure to do?” but as we know nothing is ever that simple.
I am giving away a copy of Revival Vol 1 from Image Comics. I recently bought a copy from a friend, completely forgetting that I also ordered a copy from an online store. In order to get rid of the pristine copy, I am giving it away. I will take all of the correct entries, put them in a pile (digitally speaking), and pick a winner.
To be entered, correctly answer the following question: Mike Norton shares a studio with what fellow comic book creator?
Send the answer to email@example.com.
From Youtube: “A brand new short from producer Bruce Timm featuring a lost tale from Batman’s past, the Dark Knight tracks a strange giant to the mysterious lair of Dr. Hugo Strange.”
I’m not as enamored with Batman The Animated Series as some of my friends seem to be, but I think this is pretty cool.
Shawn Taylor over at Nerds of Color has an excerpt from his upcoming book. The excerpt is mainly about Storm, but there are two really great non-Storm portions. The first is an evaluation of Batman and the other is a tangent. Great stuff and I will be keeping an eye out for the book when it comes out.
According to the good folks over at ‘Screen Crush’, Kevin Feige from Marvel Studios said ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’ was almost given an R rating. Their whole article can be found here.
This makes a lot of sense to me. Comic book fans are used to seeing things like Blue Beetle getting his brains shot out through his face, Captain America hitting someone in their face with his shield, or Wolverine snikting people all over the place, non comic book fans aren’t necessarily immune to this type of violent imagery. I’m glad they made the cuts needed because they opened the film to a much larger audience.