Hell or High Water comes out on Blu-ray today, so we took a look at the highest grossing indie film of 2016 to see if it's Shelf-worthy.
This week, James and Yaw talk about the incomplete Warren Ellis/Ben Templesmith masterpiece Fell.
Here's why fans should be excited about the future of Spider-Man on film.
Nearly every genre in every medium has at least one legendary love story. We've pulled a handful of comic book examples that deserve some recognition on this Valentine's day.
Meredith breaks down comics that can be enjoyed by audiences well outside the "Hobbity manchild" descriptor.
More or less a carbon copy of the first movie in terms of style, subtlety, tone, and general goodwill, Red 2 stills ekes out a marginally better review than its passable predecessor.
Not every nerd is created equal: some of us are slow out of the gate when it comes to discovering interests. Alex James explains what kept him out of comics until well after he started shaving, and runs down the titles that finally sucked him in.
Now in its second year, Kapow! Comic Convention converged on London UK this past weekend. While a bit of a comic novice, I've been seeing more films of late either based on comic books, or inspired by the format. So I spent an afternoon at the convention, wandering the aisles, attending panels, and getting a sneak preview of an upcoming film.
Transmetropolitan is my favourite comic book series of all time. When I heard that someone was putting together a Transmet art book to raise money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, I had to check it out. A $79 donation the project's Kickstarter page got me a Limited Edition Hardcover with a signed bookplate, and after tweeting about my donation, Mike McLarty, the book's editor, got in touch with me and passed along the image to the right, which might be one of the many that goes to print.
With the release of the Iron Man 2 DVD and Blu-Ray today, now seems like a good a time to post our interview with conceptual designer and comic book artist Adi Granov from the 2010 Wizard World Toronto Comic Con. Granov is best known for his distinctive work on Marvel's in Iron Man: Extremis miniseries, as well as his incredible cover art for a variety of Marvel titles. His amazing work on Extremis eventually led Granov to a job as conceptual illustrator and suit consultant on Jon Favreau's two Iron Man films.
This week is what I like to call a hell week; the sheer number of titles I need to read equals a large amount of dollars spent. As a result, I’ll mainly focus on why I’m buying or not buying particular books this week. Astonishing X-Men #30 Writer Warren Ellis is one mad Brit. Ellis […]
The new animated G.I. Joe mini-series, G.I. Joe: Resolute, has been released and is available online—in the United States. A few clips have made their way onto YouTube, but these are not official and may be taken down. Canadians may have to wait to see the series’ official premiere on TeleToon, Friday, April 24, at […]