The secret fundament of Isengard has been laid bare! Well, sorta. Netflix has released some viewership data….sorta. In a lively press release they’ve pinpointed a new kind of TV viewer called a “Binge Racer” – namely people who race to binge a show as soon as it is released and finish it within 24 hours […]
Big time comics events including Marvel Legacy #1 and Dark Nights Metal continued to lead periodical comics sales charts for September, according to the numbers released by Diamond this week. Legacy was the #1 book, with estimated sales of 298,000 copies according to Comichron, making it the #1 book of the year thus far. Venomverse […]
Hot on the heels of their Digital First Black Panther comic, Marvel is getting further into the Black Panther-verse with Rise of the Black Panther, an “early years” story to be written by Evan Narcisse. (Can’t find the name of the artist but the cover is by Brian Stelfreeze. Narcisse is best known as a […]
Alex De Campi was fooling around on twitter saying that all she wanted was a comic about Frank Castle and Bucky sitting on the sofa talking about bad action movies. While they cleaned their guns. Jim Acosta volunteered to draw it. And thus was born Hell’s Kitchen Movie Club. Sadly there has been only one episode […]
This Inhumans promo posters with the ominous words “Complete Series” led to many headlines wondering if ABC had already cancelled it.
I think this publicity still tells you everything you need to know about the Inhumans. Everyone knows Lockjaw is cute, and this pandering shot of him, floppy tongued and welcoming eyed, entreats you to love him, LOVE him, just give him a chance, while the awful CGI that looks like something that your uncle Fred who got a new iPad Pro for his birthday did while experimenting with Sketch Club.
As folks make plans for the Labor Day weekend, one activity I’m sure is high on everyone’s list is running out to see Marvel’s Inhumans on IMAX, right on the to do list after changing the kitty litter and cleaning out the microwave, I’m sure. In fact I just checked the 7 pm showing at my local, and if you haven’t made plans, some good seats are available.
In Which I Tell a Comics Shop Owner How To Run His Business.
By Brian Hibbs As I write this, it’s the deadline to order the October “Legacy” re-positioning from Marvel, with the lenticular covers. Marvel has been explicit that if we don’t order the lenticulars by the initial order deadline of 8/24, then we should expect to get allocated on any orders we might place. One of […]
t’s Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday today, and this should be a national holiday, but sadly people just aren’t hip enough for Kirby Day yet. If you’re in New York, there is a pop up Museum downtown, sort of nearish where Kirby was born, and I’ll be making a visit there later today.