The 10 Most Epic Comic Crossovers
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 12, 2011 under Comics, Featured, Lists
It's summer and that means that it's time for Marvel and DC do to large company-wide crossovers that affect all of their books. We decided to look back over the years and select the ten most epic crossovers that Marvel and DC have done over the years. These are the ones that either had lasting effects on both universes or were just awesome in concept. more.
Batman Beatdown on the Vegas Strip
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If you've ever been on Hollywood Blvd or in Las Vegas, then you probably know about these stupid people who dress up like characters to sell photos. There has actually been a crackdown on them in Hollywood recently and it looks like a bunch of them may have ran off to Vegas. Take this idiot as Batman for example. Some guy obviously thought he was dumb for dressing up in a bad Batman costume to try... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 11, 2011 under Comics, News, Reviews
With Marvel's Fear Itself crossover now two issues in, it's time for DC's big 2011 event to start. If you read comics you know how awesome Geoff Johns is, and this first issue of Flashpoint definitely delivers the goods. I will keep the major spoiler out of this review, but the final panel is so awesome it'll make you scream. The story of Flashpoint is basically that Barry Allen wakes up in a w... more.
Lazarus Pits Confirmed in Dark Knight Rises
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 10, 2011 under Comics, News
Last week, ComingSoon.net posted the first leaked photo from the filming of The Dark Knight Rises on location in India. Today it has been confirmed that the mysterious pit is indeed a Lazarus Pit, and not something related to Bane. ComingSoon received more pictures of the pit and the filming area, as well as confirmation that Josh Pence, the young Ra's al Ghul, was on location for the filming. ... more.
Possible Major Spoilers from The Avengers
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 9, 2011 under Comics, News
Comic Book Movie discovered a post on IMDB from someone who possibly has the full rundown on The Avengers movie. Now normally IMDB isn't reliable at all because anyone could post anything they want on the site. It was the place that said that Aunt May would be Carnage in Spider-Man 3, for example. But apparently the guy who... more.
Dark Knight Rises Set Pic Leaks from India
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Comingsoon.net has posted the first leaked set picture from the filming of The Dark Knight Rises in India and it's lit up the Internet with speculation. The image shows a pit in the ground with green screen lining its bottom. Speculation is that it's most likely a Lazarus Pit for the resurrection of Ra's al Ghul, seeing as how the... more.
5 Reasons to See Thor This Weekend
7 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 6, 2011 under Comics, Featured, Lists
The second to last Marvel movie before The Avengers hits theaters this weekend, and if you skip out on it you'll be missing not only one of the best movies of the summer; but one of the best superhero movies ever made. There are a lot of great reasons to see the movie, aside from it being completely awesome, but here are just five that will leave any comic book fan giddy in their seats for all t... more.
Free Comic Book Day: Tomorrow!
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Every year, the first Saturday of May is Free Comic Book day at your local comic shops. The rules regarding who can actually get a free comic vary from shop to shop. Some only allow the comic to be free to kids under 13, while other shops give them away to anyone. And these are special comics that each publisher puts out for the day and are only available on Free Comic Day. As a lot of people want... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, News, Reviews
Nearly ten years ago, I stepped out of a showing of Fellowship of the Ring in awe. Someone finally got a fantasy movie right. Today when I stepped out of Thor, I had a similar feeling. After more than a decade of reducing comic book movies to reality and tossing out anything remotely fantastical; someone finally embraced a comic book and put everything on screen as it should be. Thor isn't walking... more.
Fear Itself #2 Review
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 5, 2011 under Comics, Reviews
Marvel's major 2011 crossover continues this month with the second (of seven) installments in the main series. While the previous issue set the stage with Sin gaining Skadi's hammer and the Asgardians abandoning Earth; issue 2 gives us a peek at just how epic and destructive Marvel intends this event to be. The issue picks up immediately following the first one with Odin and gang arriving at w... more.