Kilowog’s Voice Found
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 13, 2011 under Comics, News
After the perfect casting of Geoffrey Rush as Tomar-Re in Green Lantern, we were waiting to see if Kilowog would receive an equally perfect voice. And he has. Harry Knowles over at AICN has learned that Michael Clarke Duncan has been cast as the voice of Kilowog. That's just absolutely perfect casting, because if they were to somehow do a live act... more.
Thor Featurette Reveals New Footage
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 12, 2011 under Comics, Videos
We're less than a month away from the Odinson hitting theater screens, and as part of the Slurpee tie-in a new behind-the-scenes featurette has been released. Despite the connection with those sugary drinks at 7-11, the three-minute feature is actually pretty good. It reveals a bit more about the story, and shows more footage of Asgard. The way Thor's armor crumbles from his arm when Odin takes Mj... more.
The Odinson in Raiders
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 11, 2011 under Comics
The Thor movie comes out next month and to celebrate the first real big screen version of the Odinson outside of Adventures in Babysitting, Marvel is doing special "Thor Goes Hollywood" covers for their books all month. Above you can see the variant cover for Journey Into Mystery #622, which hits stores this week. To mark the Thor's book return to the original title, the story brings back Loki and... more.
5 Green Lantern Comics to Read Before the Movie
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 8, 2011 under Comics, Featured, Lists
The Green Lantern movie hits theaters in just over two months, which is just enough time to get caught up on the character in the form of comics. Green Lantern isn't as well known as Superman or Batman, and a good comparison would be that in terms of familiarity he's about on the same level Iron Man was prior to the first movie. But if you're a science fiction fan, you should really read Green L... more.
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Swamp Thing Returns
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 7, 2011 under Comics
If you're reading DC's Brightest Day crossover (and you should be) and picked up issue #23 yesterday, then you saw the reveal of a character long absent from comics. In the issue a Black entity starts tearing things up, and he looks a lot like Swamp Thing. At the end of the issue when he's defeated, a body crawls out that's identified as Alec Holland; a.k.a Swamp Thing. This is cool for two rea... more.
Broadway’s New Spidey – Oh My!
3 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 6, 2011 under Comics, Videos
With Broadway's Spider-Man musical going through nightmarish trouble, maybe they should look for a new webslinger to star in the show? Enter George Takei who has done this hilarious, and somewhat disturbing, audition video to take over the role of Spider-Man on Broadway. Sometimes words just fail when something is this creepy, so check out the video below. ... more.
Retro X-Men First Class Opening Credits
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, Videos
A Vimeo user called Joe D! has whipped up an awesome alternative opening credits for X-Men First Class done in a 60's style. It's too bad the actual opening credits for the movie won't be this cool, as this is even better than the great opening credits Watchmen had. Even cooler, he used the original 90s X-Men animated series theme music for this, although alte... more.
First trailer for The Governator
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 5, 2011 under Comics, Videos
If you thought it was an April Fools joke, think again. Arnold really is returning as The Governator. Created by him and Stan Lee; the animated series will premiere next year. To hammer it home they've released the first trailer for the show, which features The Governator retiring from public life to fight crime out of his own Batcave run by his kids. He makes his way to San Francisco where he fig... more.
The Amazing Green Lantern Wondercon Footage
7 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 2, 2011 under Comics, News, Videos
This weekend in San Francisco; Warner Brothers showed off a lot of Green Lantern footage that blew attendees away. It was so awesome, they officially released four minutes of the footage in crisp high-definition Quicktime. You can check it out via the Youtube embed below, but if your monitor can display it; you really need to check ... more.