E.A. Henson previews the upcoming, John Byrne-inspired Superman: Man of Steel Edition from Mezco and feeds his Transformers jones.
Day 3 of Fan Expo Canada 2018 promises to be the busiest day of the convention. And it’s a perfect day for people–or superhero–watching as all the peeps with the costumes come out to play!
Why are the Inhumans so hated? Is it because Marvel has forced them on us because Fox keeps the mutants out of their film and television hands? Is it because … Continue reading The Hated and Belated Marvel’s Inhumans
This week in Heroes and Villains our selection of new Marvel Comics is an all-female non-Secret Empire-exclusive bunch. Meet me after the jump for my reviews of Mighty Captain Marvel … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing The Week’s Marvels 4-26-2017
This week in Heroes and Villains our selection of new Marvel Comics include the continuing battle between Kang and the Avengers, the aftermath of Inhumans Vs. X-Men and another chapter … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing The Week’s Marvels 4-5-2017
We have been bereft of new Doctor Who for an entire year (“The Power of the Daleks” doesn’t count), since the last Christmas special, “The Husbands of River Song,” a … Continue reading Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio
Created by John Byrne in 1989 in the West Coast Avengers comics series as comic relief, the Great Lakes Avengers have bounced around the Marvel Universe in different forms ever … Continue reading GREAT LAKES AVENGERS #1 Brings Earth’s Not So Mightiest Heroes to Marvel NOW!
Marvel Comics’ Second Civil War continues this week with at least two comics, but is Marvel really all in on this event, or has it spread itself too thin with … Continue reading There’s Fantastic Artwork in “Civil War II: Uncanny Inhumans” and “Captain Marvel”
When most folks these days think of X-Factor, they think of that failed Simon Cowell talent show that ran for three seasons on Fox. I think of the short-lived teaming … Continue reading Glenn Walker Reviews X-Factor – Countdown to X-Men: Apocalypse
In the first part of this essay, I briefly sketched the construction of American memories of World War II that began slightly before the war and continue into the … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s It’s All Connected – Just a Kid from Brooklyn: Captain America, American Memories of World War II, and the MCU, Part II
The film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice isn’t be the first time the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel have met for the ‘first’ time, and be assured … Continue reading Batlad v. Superboy: The Silver Age Dawn of Justice
So while other DC Comics superheroes, who shall remain nameless, are fighting amongst themselves at the box office – some are making friends and teaming up. I’m talking about Supergirl … Continue reading Supergirl S01 E18: World’s Finest