Check off another IP loss for Dark Horse Comics. Joss Whedon’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer has been published by Dark Horse since 1998, but now they’re moving to BOOM! Studios. According to IGN: The final issue of Season Twelve released yesterday, and the trade paperback for Season Twelve, out on December 12, will be Dark Horse’s final […]
BOOM! has released 3 pages of art from November’s Firefly #1, the prequel to Joss Whedon’s television series by Greg Pak and Dan McDaid. Official PR follows: BOOM! Studios today unveiled the final #MalCrushMonday, a weekly five part spotlight on the debut of FIREFLY #1 in November 2018, bringing the iconic worldwide pop culture phenomenon back to comic books, original […]
Another mainstay is leaving the publisher
The hammer is a one-shot.
A new story will finally tell the tale of the Unification War
After their double header of awesome in 2014 Marvel came back in 2015 with Avengers Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, two of their most troubled productions. How do they hold up and show the way for what is to come?
Captain America The Winter Soldier is usually considered one of the top three MCU movies. Does it hold up upon rewatching?
In an announcement that doesn’t seem all that surprising really, Joss Whedon, the man who basically help run Phase 2 of Marvel Studios’ output, directed two of the biggest grossing superhero movies of all-time in Avengers and Age of Ultron, and came in to finish Justice League after Zack Snyder left the production, has stated […]
I spent my “executive time” last night watching The Avengers (2012) on the cable. I haven’t seen it since a midnight screening opening night, but I remembered a few things from it; most of it I’d forgotten, though, and I did nod off in act 2…but I do that almost every night. I was entertained […]
Our review of the long-awaited DC team-up adventure