Michelle Maclaren to direct ‘Wonder Woman’

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  Great Hera! Variety has reported that Michelle Maclaren will direct Warner Bros’ “Wonder Woman” standalone motion picture. There’s still a lot we don’t know about the film aside from the fact that Gal Gadot will star as Princess Diana of Themyscira, and Charles Roven is a producer. Maclaren is known for her work on AMC’s […]

15,000 show up to Tucson Comic Con

The con floor on Saturday, Nov. 8.

The con season is coming to an end with the holiday season around the corner. Tucson celebrated its seventh annual comic book convention at the Tucson Convention center on November 8 and 9. There has been a lot traction since the inaugural Tucson con. Mike Olivares and his immediate family members threw together a convention […]

‘Gotham’ avoids black face and hires black stuntwoman for Jada Pinkett Smith

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Without question, “Gotham” is one of the most successful television series to hit the fall season. The show debuted with a strong 8 million viewers, and has kept 6 million fans weekly. There has been an unexpected decrease, but FOX considers the Batman spin off one of the highest rated dramas in the last 14 […]

NYCC ’14: Gerry Duggan on karaoke, mental illness and ‘Arkham Manor’

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Batman fans have a lot of reasons to be excited for in the month of October. With the latest Batgirl creative team and new Gotham Academy series debuting, there’s a new series starting at the end of the month: “Arkham Manor. “ Gerry Duggan (Deadpool, Nova) is currently writing this comic and collaborating with Shawn […]

Is DC Planning on Making a Kamandi Comic?

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Bad news and possibly good news. Tom Fowler, exceptional Canadian artist, announced on Twitter that he passed up an opportunity to work on one of Jack Kirby’s most beloved characters: Kamandi. Just had to turn down a KAMANDI book this morning and now I feel sick and alone and universe makes no sense and cry. […]

Free Comic Book Day Promotes ‘Alien’ Metal Dildo Doubling as a Bottle Opener

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I think the money makers at Diamond Select Toys are secretly testing the market for an upcoming adult toy line. The Free Comic Book Day Facebook page posted a typical a nerd baiting question with no possible answer: who would win in fight between Spider-Man’s most popular nemesis Venom or the cult classic 80’s extraterrestrial nightmare Xenomorph? […]

Amy Adams & Henry Cavill Accept Ice Bucket Challenge on ‘Superman vs. Batman’ Set

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Here’s a scene you might not see in the upcoming Superman vs. Batman film. Amy Adams and Henry Cavill accepted the ALS Ice Bucket challenge in full wardrobe on the set of the Man of Steel sequel. Adams challenged all the siblings names she could remember. I don’t want to ruin the end for you, but I […]

SDCC ’14: Scott McCloud’s Big Flashy Solo Panel

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Thursday was a good day if you’re a fan of the Scott McCloud. McCloud and his adoring family rushed from his insightful panel with Gene Luen Yang. The rooms couldn’t have been farther apart, and the technical difficulties didn’t help. Luckily, his daughters Winter, Sky and wife Ivy accompanied him in the thick of things. The […]

Mike Norton proves why comics are for everyone

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Disclaimer: This post might make you cry and consider having children. As the rest of the world was living vicariously through all their fortunate friends at Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo, but I don’t think anyone’s experience could compare to Mike Norton’s. With all the negative press the industry has been gaining lately, this is […]

On the scene: Amazing Arizona Comic Con 2014

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When the rest of the world is freezing their ass off, Phoenicians are dressed in shorts and Stormtrooper armor. Fortunately, it didn’t rain like last year. The 2014 Amazing Arizona Comic Con wrapped up another remarkable show. It’s hard to believe this con started out in the cramp, strangely cool Mesa center all those years ago. […]

SDCC: Registration delayed until early 2014

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The Comic-Con International has decided to postpone 2014 badge preregistration until early next year so they can, “fine tune their registration process.” Apparently, they have been listening to everyone’s complaints and have made four major improvements to help the hysterical process. Hopefully, this is easier than signing up for health insurance.

On the scene: The Sixth Annual Tucson Comic-Con

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I’m so glad Tuscon Comic-Con was success. Maybe I’m biased and I’m proud of the Old Pueblo (Google it). The sixth annual comic con just passed this 2013 calendar year and was better than ever all thanks to the fans.

PayPal Account Created to Aid Steve Niles’ Flood Damages

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Flash floods swiftly moved through the Austin area today after up to a foot of rain fell in a 12-hour period, closing roads, sparking rescues and canceling the final day of the popular Austin City Limits Music Festivals. Unfortunately, Steve Niles and family were affected by the downpour.

NYCC ’13: Miracleman Returns in January 2014

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That’s right, True Believers.

Steve Orlando discusses his gay-action Kickstarter graphic novel

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“Imagine DIE HARD if John McClane was killing terrorists to save his partner.”

Are you worthy of being Sean Murphy’s apprentice?

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One of Vertigo’s biggest names  is opening a small window of opportunity for all you amature comic artist looking for that big break and helping hand. Five lucky applicants will go through a two week apprenticeship with Sean Gordon Murphy in Portland, ME. Klaus Janson — comic book legend and educator — is one of the listed […]