So the first time I saw the Star Wars original trilogy, one of the biggest powerhouses in the shaping of pop culture, was just after this thanksgiving. This has been mind-blowing to people I talk to (my boss included,) but I come from a Star Trek household. My dad especially has no interest […]
With the latest Star Wars release only about a month away, the anticipation for Rian Johnson’s seemingly sole contribution to the space opera mega-franchise is beginning to peak. With media roll out slowly picking up steam (the second full trailer already hitting nearly 36 million views on YouTube), the world was ready to enjoy Star […]
By: Nicholas Eskey Those who were unfortunate enough to not be at San Diego Comic-Con’s Ballroom 20 missed out on the world premiere of the animated movie Batman: The Killing Joke. The movie is based off of the graphic novel of the same name, which has gone down as one of the most brutal Batman […]
Starring Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill in their iconic voice-acting roles, here is our first look at DC Animation’s adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s The Killing Joke. The film will premiere this July at SDCC and carries an R-rating. Kyle PinionEntertainment Editor for The Beat covering film, television and the occasional comic book. […]
DC Universe announced today they’ve accepted an “R” rating from the MPAA for the upcoming animated release Batman: The Killing Joke.
The days of not having the Justice League on television are coming to an end, as it was announced today that Justice League Action, a new quarter hour animated series starring the team is coming to Cartoon Network.
Autograph authenticator Steve Grad has a collection of 100s of Star Wars cards signed by the original cast, and he’s posted a gallery on FB, with more to come. But I think this one by Mark Hamill may be the best one of all. Although these are pretty good, too. More in the link. Heidi […]
Every few years Diamond lines up a celebrity spokesperson for Free Comic Book Day and this year its Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, who is an admitted “lifelong comic book fan.” I found this one persuasive than the first one I can remember, a sun bleared Hugh Jackman.