You could make the argument that Wolverine is no longer the most ubiquitous Marvel character – Cap, Iron Man, Spidey, Deadpool? – but you would still have to defend it. When he fully debuted in 1974’s Incredible Hulk #181, Wolverine (created by editor Roy Thomas, writer Len Wein, and artist John Romita, Sr.), began as […]
Just in time, a new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 posted and trailer, which looks…I guess we use the word amazing too much around here, so…well, hell, it’s amazing. I literally cry tears of joy every time one of these is released. The Drax slurping his soup too loud teaser also makes […]
We may not know when the Deathstroke standalone Batman movie is coming out, as Ben Affleck has dropped out as director, and the script still needs doctoring. However Joe Manganiello, who plays Deathstroke in the film recently gabbed on the Dragon Talk podcast andrevealed he’s heavily into training for the role, studying the katana and […]
Oh My! Greg Silverman has stepped down from running WB’s film slate to spend more time with his venture fund, and New Line’s Toby Emmerich will take over running the studio. We’ve been hinting for a while that WB’s series of costly flops – Pan (above), The Man from U.N.C.L.E., In the Heart of the […]
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 […]
Batman v Superman is “interesting.”
Goldman Sachs Communacopia is a big giant corporate chat fest, sort of like Comic-Con if Hall H was just for investors, and both WB CEO Jeff Bewkes and Disney head Bob Iger appeared to talk about stuff…including superheroes. Acknowledging that the reviews for Batman v Superman and Suicide left somthing to be desired, Bewkes said […]
Why is it that no Marvel music ever worms its way into your brain?
Abs for days.
Cartoonist Derf (birth name: John Backderf) Has been at the center of a media flurry of late with both his searing memoir My Friend Dammer and his more genial, mostly fictional Trashed optioned for films. But perhaps lost in the excitement is that the My Friend Dammer movie is cast and being filmed as we […]