SDCC’16: David Mack talks travels, Tyler Durden, and what Kabuki looks like 20 years later.

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As a kid, reading comics in the 90’s was mostly about appreciating pretty pictures drawn by the likes of guys like Jim Lee. As an adult, reading comics became about an engaging story written by the likes of guys like Brian Michael Bendis. Today’s audience, juvenile or adult, has the advantage of creators who are […]

SDCC ’16: Teen Titans Go! – It gets weirder

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Teen Titans Go! has been entertaining fans for three seasons. It continues to make audiences laugh by taking the beloved characters from the original Teen Titans series, which at times took on a serious tone, and putting them in ridiculous storylines.

During interviews at SDCC this year, the cast members and producers chatted about the absurdity and humor of the show, and why audiences need it now more than ever.

SDCC’16: Slayer came to Comic-Con and left us feeling Repentless

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Ten years ago it wouldn’t have even been conceivable to bring names like Metallica, GWAR, or Tom Morello to San Diego Comic-Con. As the movie studios, game publishers, and money took over the entire city from the convention center through the Gaslamp it quickly became a magnet for everything that transcended genres of pop culture. […]

SDCC’16: Gail Simone throws readers back to the wolves in SURVIVING MEGALOPOLIS

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Certain writers have a knack for capturing the voice of their own gender, then there are some who’ve mastered character voice altogether. No one is a better example of this than writer Gail Simone. Whether it was the warrior of Wonder Woman or the dweeb that is Millhouse, Simone is probably the best of the […]

SDCC’16: Disney Announces the First Marvel Ride in California!

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With the announcement of Star Wars Land last year at the D23 Expo, fans have been wondering… When will Disney start adding new attractions featuring Marvel’s popular characters to their theme parks? Unlike Disney World, Disneyland is not constrained by Universal’s contract with Marvel regarding their Islands of Adventure rides and exclusive use of certain characters. Disneyland […]

SDCC ’16: The Eisners and 21 must-listen panels in audio

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As usual, brave Jamie Coville has recorded the Eisner Award ceremony and 21 other panels (one or two with me on it) for your listening pleasure. These all sound pretty amazing, from Paul Gulacy to We Need Diverse Comics to Emily Carroll.

And for an added bonus, listen to the Eisner Awards for th immortal “Macabre” moment that none who were present will EVER forget.

#SDCC ’16 Interview: Legendary Original Composers for DC’s “Batman: The Animated Series” Speak about Working on the “Batman: The Killing Joke” Movie and with Mark Hamill

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Michael McCuistion, Lolita Ritmanis and Kristopher Carter: Courtesy of Tech Times. Yesterday, the highly anticipated animated movie Batman: The Killing Joke became available for HD digital download, having just premiered in movie theatres around the US the day before as a part of Fathom Events. San Diego Comic-Con attendees got the pleasure of having the […]

SDCC ’16: THE FLASH spoilers! Flashpoint results in major character changes

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Given that season 2 of The Flash closed with Barry’s decision to travel back in time to change his past (an event known as Flashpoint in the comics), we can obviously expect some big status quo changes in season 3. Though we can glean only a few things about next season from the trailer, released at San Diego Comic-Con, we also managed to get some clues directly from the cast about where Flashpoint will position their characters in this alternate reality.