The new Ultimate Spider-Man is Revealed
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on August 2, 2011 under Comics, News
Tomorrow Ultimate Fallout #4 hits stores and will reveal to the world the new, non-Peter Parker, Spider-Man for the Ultimate Marvel Universe. Thanks to USA Today, you don't have to wait until tomorrow to see who it is; and the rumors are true. The new Spider-Man is a half-black, half-Hispanic teen named Miles Moral... more.
DC Responds to “Batgirl”
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on August 1, 2011 under Comics
One of the most-talked about events at this year's San Diego Comic Con wasn't a stabbing, but rather a girl dressed as Batgirl who went to every single DC Comics panel and verbally attacked the panelists for the lack of women creators and characters in their books. The way she went about this at every single DC panel over the four days became so reviled by the rest of the convention that she actua... more.
See Batman and Bane Fight in Pittsburgh
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The Dark Knight Rises is currently filming in Pittsburgh and naturally lots of images are coming out. Even cooler, someone caught a huge fight scene featuring Batman and Bane on video and uploaded it to Youtube. Other things confirmed by this week's shooting is that it does appear that Marion Cotillard is confirmed as playing Talia al Ghul as the rumors said. There are multiple pictures out of... more.
- The Batman Equation 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on July 29, 2011 under Comics, Pics
Marvel Releases Teaser for The Avengers Teaser
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Have you not seen Captain America yet? Well Marvel Studios and Paramount want to make sure you do...and stay all the way through the credits. To do this they've released a bit of the final scene from Captain America online along with a very brief snippet of The Avengers teaser that follows the credits. It's not the complete final scene. It's cut short to not completely spoil the movie (and... more.
Apparently the Bad Economy is All Comic Con’s Fault
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on July 28, 2011 under Comics, News, Videos
[caption id="attachment_14118" align="alignleft" width="602" caption="This is what Superman needs to do to the person in this video."][/caption]In the stupid video of the day file comes this gem. Coming from RT Networks (Russia Today) on Youtube and currently clocking in at nearly 500 dislikes to about 50 likes is a video that attacks Comic Con goers for spending $175 a ticket when they could have... more.
This Week’s Comics – 7/27/11
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on July 27, 2011 under Comics, Featured, News, Reviews
It's been a while since we've been able to do a review round up of this week's comics; and we'll try to stay on top of them when possible. This week brings the second part of the big X-Men crossover of the year, Schism; a couple new Green Lantern books and Detective Comics. Marvel The Amazing Spider-Man #666 Writer: Dan Slott Art: Stefano Caselli Colors: Marte Gracia The Good ... more.
The Batcave Returns in Dark Knight Rises
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It's been know for a little while that a rebuilt Wayne Manor will appear in the third Nolan Batman movie. There's been pictures of them filming at the location, and it was pretty much assumed that they were rebuilding it during the time in the second movie when Bruce was living out of his penthouse. Now it's been confirmed that a new Batcave is being built for the movie, on the MGM lot in Hollywoo... more.
San Diego Comic Con 2011 Post-Mortem
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on July 26, 2011 under Comics, News
So the 2011 San Diego Comic Con has ended and people are starting to recover. Naturally people are starting to post their impressions of the con, but I'm starting to see a lot of articles being passed off as "Best/Worst" of the con by people who weren't even there. These articles are just written using liveblogs and impressions from people at the show, without any hands on experience on what was g... more.
Marvel Asks Retailers to Buy More DC Comics
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, News
During DC's big Blackest Night crossover; Marvel initiated a "Comics for Comics" program where retailers could send in 50 covers from DC's Blackest Night comics in exchange for a limited Siege Deadpool variant cover. The result was that many stores simply ordered more issues of Blackest Night to get the cover (or to replace stock they used to get it), and obviously Marvel didn't learn their lesson... more.