When comic creators decide on doing a crossover, it’s pretty much guaranteed that shenanigans will ensue. When Marvel deemed that Deadpool and Howard the Duck should “join forces,” they might have taken that a little too literally. Writer Stewart Moore and artist Jacopo Camagni have done a wonderful job in steering us down this Alice […]
Released this morning after debuting on screens showing Logan this weekend, you can now get another dose of Ryan Reynolds in all his Deadpool glory. This is basically a way to poke fun at Superman, tease the upcoming sequel, and provide a little pre-film fun for those hoping for a post-credits stinger after Logan (there […]
Family reunion! Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld is back with his bouncing baby boy with a standalone graphic novel this May. Deadpool: Bad Blood features a story by Liefeld and Chris Sims & Chad Bowers (X-Men ’92) and art and covers by the man himself. Cable, Domino, X-Force and Star-Lord also appear, making this a Liefeld-verse bonanza! Shooting, stabbing […]
If 2016 was the year of the dumpster fire, clearly 2017 is the year that great cracks open in the crust of the earth and Apocalypse is set loose on the land. A comic book movie has gotten a WGA Award nomination for best screenplay adapted from another medium. Not just any comic book movie. […]
Back in 2014, Deadpool got hitched in the pages of his own comic, Deadpool #27, an aspect of continuity that can be a little too easy to forget at times. Unfortunately, things aren’t looking up for Deadpool’s marriage to Shiklah and Marvel seem to be teasing divorce or even… death for the duo? The story […]
Xavier Lancel examines Marvel’s September 2016 sales!
Deadpool has been in the news of late with the departure of director Tim Miller from the sequel. According to reports, Miller wanted more visual razzmatazz (and Kyle Chandler as Cable) while Reynolds wanted to focus on the raunchy humor and a different Cable. While it sounds like a bumpy road, don’t forget, Reynolds is […]
Fox looks to reconfigure their superhero universe in the wake of Deadpool’s success
Todd Nauck currently has over 91,000 followers on Instagram. The Nightcrawler and Deadpool: Too Soon artist also has over 21,000 fans on Facebook, over 15,000 followers on Twitter and over 19,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel. I had the opportunity at NYCC’16 to sit down with Todd at his table in Artist Alley and talk about his use of social media in his career.
Xavier Lancel looks into Marvel’s August 2016 sales!