Last week, Lois Lane #1, the first issue of a 12-issue maxi-series starring intrepid reporter and Superman’s wife Lois Lane, came out. It was written by Greg Rucka (Gotham Central, Wonder Woman) and illustrated by Mike Perkins. You need to buy it. Right now.
A few years ago, Marvel announced that Ed Piskor would be writing and illustrating an condensed version of the complete history of the X-Men, called X-Men: Grand Design. Every two oversized issues would look at a different era of the X-Men’s history, concluding this year with X-Men: Grand Design: X-Tinction. And now,…
That’s right: Neil Gaiman’s epic saga The Sandman, published under the late, lamented DC Vertigo comics, will finally be adapted into a series format on Netflix or so says the Hollywood Reporter.
And the Maven of the Eventide (Elisa Hansen) has a lot of really well thought out thoughts about the book.
This is pretty much a jumble of ideas, but I really do think it could work. And the first season of the show could lead into the first Uncanny X-Men movie, with subsequent seasons being what happens between each film in the franchise.
Well, this is some forking bullshirt.
Watch this video. I hardly ever post videos without commentary, but this one really doesn’t need it -- it says everything it needs to say and ends absolutely beautifully. So just watch it.
The last issue of Heroes in Crisis came out last week and with it came some pretty significant revelations and twists. Let’s talk about what happened with Wally West and where to go from here.
Doom Patrol wasn’t just a great show; it was a revelation. It was the first show to really gives us the weirdness and meta-ness of a Grant Morrison comic. It gave us the completely and utterly bonkers, while also giving us well-written and well-developed characters, grounding an insane show with some of the best…
Since 2006, the main Batman book has been dominated by three writers with long (and sometimes controversial) runs: Grant Morrison, Scott Snyder, and Tom King. And now that Tom King will be leaving the book for a Batman/Catwoman mini-series, the question returns: who should write Batman?
It was recently reported that Tom King, the current writer on Batman, would be taken off the book after issue #85. This was surprising, considering King began writing the book back when DC Rebirth happened and has enjoyed a critically acclaimed, if slightly controversial run, that was suppose to last 100 issues. In…
While watching the last episode of Game of Thrones, did you ever think that it would end like, say, Animal House? Wonder no more!
Emma Shih is an animator who worked on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. A few days ago, she released several reference scenes that she shot for the film alongside the actual animation.
DC Universe has released the first episode of Doom Patrol to view for free on YouTube in celebration of its season finale. There is a caveat: it will only be available to watch through May 23, with the finale airing on May 24.
We haven’t heard much about the new adaptation of Greg Rucka and Michael Southworth’s Stumptown over on io9, perhaps because it’s more “detective noir” rather than “superhero/sci-fi/fantasy/whatever the hell Riverdale is,” but the first trailer dropped a few days ago and it looks amazing.
Well. Uh. That happened.
Disney and Marvel have stated that, now that they have the rights to the X-Men back, they won’t be making a X-Men film for at least four to five years. This makes sense – they have their own slate of films in production and pre-production right now, including Black Widow, The Eternals, Shang-Chi, and sequels to Black…
“This is a song I wrote.”
When I was younger (so much younger than today), my favorite show (aside from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) was Sliders. It’s hard to imagine the impact the show had on my younger self — certainly it sparked my interest in science fiction and in alternate history. But it also sparked something else: the knowledge that…
There’s a moment in the latest episode of Doom Patrol where a character exposits, “There is no reality. There is only perception.”