So, Variety announced today that Gal Gadot has been cast as Wonder Woman in the upcoming “Man of Steel” sequel, that will also feature Ben Affleck’s debut as Batman.
Marvel debuts their new Ms. Marvel! Make room for Kamala Khan!
I was excited to tune in to this week’s Fangasm, but would the impending drama stop me and others from continuing with the show? I thoroughly enjoyed the premiere, but […]
You better go by She-Hulk’s new book this February or else she’s gonna rip up all your other comics: honest.
I’m sorry, DC Comics. It’s not you, it’s me.
Okay, that’s a fucking lie. It is you, it is totally you, it has been you for years and years and we keep trying to make this work and it just doesn’t. We’ve tried a trial separation and I came running back when you offered me flowers and chocolate and Gail Simone.
Get your sandals; Wonder Woman short to debut later this month.
I’ve been going on this tirade on Twitter and generally raging about it for a day or so, and now I’m just gonna suck it up and run it here. In this article, I’m going to talk about Mark Millar’s recent statements, meaning there’s going to be some pretty frank discussion of rape, sexual assault and rape apology. I just want you to be aware in case any of these things might trigger you.
So, with that out of the way? Mark Millar just needs to shut the actual fuck up.
Advice from your ihogeek mom on battling the post-con (and mid-con) depression.
A quick run down of what I am excited for this year at San Diego Comic-Con
What goes in to making the perfect first issue?
The actual full quote: “And I was like, ‘What if MJ is a dude?’ Why can’t we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality? It’s hardly even groundbreaking!…So why can’t he be gay? Why can’t he be into boys?”
Good question, Andrew Garfield. Why can’t Peter Parker be gay? Well, I’ll tell you why.
I know so many people, in and out of comic book fan circles, who don’t get the appeal of Superman, who discard him because of his status as “The Big Blue Boy Scout.” And yet at the same time, in comics, we see him (like many other characters) portrayed in completely different ways by every writer who approaches him. Who does get Superman at this point? Who is Superman, what is his place in our modern mythology?
A brief talk with Andy Perez and Scott Zirkel
People are taking the Batfamily into their own hands! Do you read any of these new ongoing fancomics?
Max continues his talk about good kids media: this week focus on some comics worth picking up for kids.
SamIAM reviews Man of Steel, his love of DC movies. His hatred for the last few DC cinematic ventures, and a fanboy love for Amy Adams.
Max continues his talk about good kids media: this week focus on good animated fare.
After all, today marks the release of the much-anticipated The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys from Dark Horse comics. Written by Eisner Award winner Gerard Way and Shaun Simon, and with art by the amazing Becky Cloonan, the title has been teased since 2009 and is finally arriving in our dirty little hands.
So, I know you’re wondering, has the wait been worth it? Has our loyalty during our 4 year wait for Way’s return to comics (you know, while he was busy with that band of his) been rewarded?
Max muses over children’s media. Are we shortchanging our kids?
Quick review of the new hardcovers out in July
How to read Saga, where to read Saga, who you should read Saga with. The answers are “However you damn well please.” “Anywhere you want.” “Discerning members of High Society.”
In which I ruin another great science fiction sub-genre by turning it into a learning opportunity.
In today’s world; we need more compassion. What would your heroes do?
In the wake of the announced “Batman: Arkham Origins” game, as well as a discussion over Mark Waid’s “Superman: Birthright” for the Canvas Network’s Comics and Gender class this past week, I was forced to take a long look at myself and make a choice. And important choice, true believers.
I was forced to finally admit that I am not a fan of retellings of superhero origins.
The bad guy is always the most memorable.
They make it possible for the hero to prevail and make that movie stay with you long after you left the theater. The point here is get you all to find a villain you love to hate (or just plain love!) and who knows, perhaps you’ll stumble across one who will make you pick up a comic for the first time.