Cosplay Sunday is back! It has been a while and we have missed it! Up next is the very talented Amaleigh! This young lady has some talent and you can clearly see she loves being in front of the camera. Check out her amazing Supergirl cosplay along with her Rouge and Kitty Pryde cosplay and
I’ve got good news and bad news. The bad news is that Fox is going to try again to adapt the Dark Phoenix Saga into a feature film. The good news is that Dazzler will appear in it. Entertainment Weekly has reported that one of the casting calls that went out was indeed for Dazzler,
At Pete’s robot convention, we got a chance to see what would have been both the exclusives, box set and Club exclusives if the Club would have remained intact. This sucks to say the least as these exclusives seem to be the best to date from the Club. I think with Hasbro pulling the plug
Last year, Kim & Kim was probably my favorite new series, and maybe my favorite series for the year. The dynamic between the lead characters was engrossing and after the fourth issue, I was left wishing I could get more of this fantastic comic. If you felt like me, then you're just as excited that there's a new Kim & Kim series coming out. Love Is A Battlefield promises all of the things that made the debut series so good, and letting us experience the lives of these bounty hunters a little more.
With all of the 80s nostalgia taking place, you might have forgotten about the 80s animated series Robotech. Combining three unrelated anime series (The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, and Genesis Climber MOSPEADA), Robotech was a cross-media sensation, emerging not only as an animated series, but a 1986 feature film, a toy line, role-playing game, novelizations, and of course comic books. Previous publishers of Robotech comics are DC, Comico, Eternity, Academy, Antarctic, Wildstorm and Dynamite. This summer, Titan gets added to that list.
This weekend has a truly wonderful festival happening in San Francisco. Presented by Chris Hardwick , the ID10T Music Festival and Comic Conival has music, comedy and comics celebrated all together. Valiant Comics has sent us a press release announcing their involvement, but we should also mention that BOOM! Studios, Oni Press, Top Shelf, Insight Comics, Skybound and Aftershock are participating as well. Valiant got us the press release first, so they get the headline.
Chicago cartoonist Ed Siemienkowicz is fighting the battle of his life yet again. A little over two years ago he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which it seemed like he had pretty well beaten by having part of his pancreas, intestines and lymph nodes removed. Then it came back and his entire pancreas was removed. Now it's back again and Ed is in the fight of his life yet again. He has documented part of his battle over on his crowdfunding page, Team Ed. This article about Ed is in three parts, my personal feelings about Ed and his battle, how you can help, and a soapbox.
Like any large convention, HeroesCon has a number of panels with the various attending guests talking about a number of subjects pertaining to the convention. In past years I haven't attended as many of the panels as I felt I should have so this year I made an effort to correct that. The following is a rundown of the panels I saw and why you should make an effort to attend them while at HeroesCon.
Hasbro has sent word on a new SDCC Exclusive and this one you will want! Read on for the info on the Transformers Primitive Optimus Prime figure. Oh and the best part, he will retail for $49.99!
Sunday is the final day of HeroesCon , and by tradition, it is Father's Day. There have been times in the past when the show didn't fall on Father's Day weekend, but this is not one of those years.
Day Two of HeroesCon 2017 was the day I tried my hand at cosplay. Every year, my young daughter dresses up. She’s done so even before she turned one and she was dressed as Yoda. Since, she has been Saturn Girl, She-Ra, and Terra. This year, her fascination with DC Super Hero Girls prompted her
It looks like BOOM! Studios isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Heck, they could be poised to really take off. 20th Century Fox has purchased a minority share in the independent publisher of Lumberjanes, Mouse Guard, and Irredeemable. BOOM! also has a wide line of licensed titles, but it appears Fox is in it for the original stuff, at least the chance to take it to film and television.