Hey, if Marvel isn’t going to make it, I will.
This is the trailer for The Book of Henry, a movie coming out next month. Watch the first 50 seconds of this trailer and tell me what it’s about. And then watch the rest of it and see if you were right.
We lost another great actor, unfortunately. According to his best friend, Beau Bridges, the great Powers Boothe died today at age 68.
“A crime thriller heist novel, but set in space and also the hard boiled ex-con protagonist is a talking raccoon.” Never have I thought that such a synopsis could apply to something so great and yet here we are with Rocket #1, written by Al Ewing, with art by Adam Gorham.
I was finally able to read Secret Empire #0 and 1 (as well as the Free Comic Book Day issue) this week and my thoughts about it are: it’s pretty good, although requires knowledge of a lot of continuity. It is certainly better than Civil War II and, unlike what he said in an interview, Nick Spencer is including a lot…
Sometimes, it’s the comics that nobody expects that surprises you. When ResurrXion was announced, most fans were excited about the brand new X-line, X-Men: Gold and X-Men: Blue, Jean Grey and Generation X and Iceman. Hell, I’m still excited about it. But when I saw the announcement of the first solo series for Black…
I saw Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 tonight. Was it good? Hell yes. Was it as good as the first film? Eh, not quite. But it didn’t need to be. It was good on its own, by itself, and it served all the characters well. Hell, it introduced a buttload of more characters that I want to see more of right now.
A while ago, you might remember that I wrote about five books that should become TV shows. Chief among them was The Black Company by Glen Cook, a series of books about a mercenary group who follow a dark ruler called the Lady. Well, now this series actually is becoming a TV show thanks to Eliza Dushku.
So Captain Marvel now has both a star (Brie Larson) and a director (well, two directors — Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck). And according to Kevin Feige, filming will begin in February 2018. But who else should be cast in the movie?
On May 6, Hulu will release the documentary Batman & Bill, about about how Bill Finger, perhaps the man most responsible for the Batman mythos, was never credited until very recently and why.
It’s hard being a woman in the workplace, especially if you are the boss. You need to show you are the boss, but also be nice, but not too nice and also how much boob is too much boob? Thankfully, Rachel Bloom, writer, star, and co-creator of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, is here with a music video she made for Vanity Fair’s Founders Fair
It’s been no big secret that Marvel has been trying to push forward the Inhumans as a big property in their comics. Between the Inhumanity event a few years ago and the big Inhumans vs X-Men crossover that just ended, Marvel has tried to make the Inhumans on par with the Avengers and the X-Men. It...hasn’t quite…
I know, I know. I already did this one, but this time, I’m adding in all new, all fake episodes, too.
Today is the day, the day that The Flash and Supergirl cross over and we get a delightful musical episode. But this isn’t the first superhero musical. So let’s take a look at some previous songs about superheroes and supervillains and see which ones were the best.
Marvel’s Iron Fist has come out on Netflix and unlike the previous Marvel Netflix shows, it’s gotten quite a bit of bad reviews. So, instead of binging on them one after the other, I decided to write down a review after watching each episode to see what I thought over the entire season and if the show itself would…
Technically, I’m slightly cheating with this one, because Midnighter and Apollo isn’t exactly a DC Rebirth book. There is no “Rebirth” banner on the covers. In fact, it’s not even a continuing series, but rather a six-issue mini-series, serving as a sequel to Orlando’s previous Midnighter book. And yet, this book not…
As revealed by producer Lauren Shuler Donner, Fox’s X-Men show, headed by Matt Nix, will be called Gifted.
Riri Williams, also known as the hero Ironheart, who recently appeared and has taken the place of Iron Man (while he’s...indisposed) in the Marvel Universe, has now appeared someone else: in MIT’s Admission teaser.
I got bingo from last night’s episode.
Welcome to Adapt This, where I write about the various comics and books I really, really want to see adapted, either in movie or television format. First up: Sandman Mystery Theatre by Matt Wagner and Guy Davis.