§ Nice Art: The Cool Comics Art Twitter spotlighted some pages from The Nam by Michael Golden, one of the most influential comics artists of the Bronze Age and beyond. Lovely stuff and note the sophisticated coloring done on the primitive hamster wheels of the time. The GCD credits the coloring to mostly Phil Felix, […]
“If we lived through X-Men Origins: Wolverine, we can live through anything.”
The Merc with a Mouth returns in a lively, and at times, touching, adventure
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One of the big surprise smashes of 2016, the Ryan Reynolds-starring Deadpool opened up, if not the floodgates, at least some level of conversation among filmmakers regarding placing superhero tentpoles outside of the currently in-vogue Marvel Studios template. While Fox, with efforts like Logan and the upcoming New Mutants, is the only studio that’s really […]
Merc with the Mouth fans have something extra to be thankful for today with 20th Century Fox releasing the first Deadpool 2 poster. Homaging Norman Rockwell’s classic “Freedom from Want” painting, the poster features the returning and new cast members including Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool, Josh Brolin as Cable, Zazie Beetz as Domino, Morena Baccarin […]
An animated version of Marvel’s “Deadpool” has received a 10-episode series order from FXX, expected to debut in 2018. Donald Glover, who starred in “Community” and created the FX show “Atlanta,” will work alongside his brother and “Atlanta” staff writer Stephen Glover, as showrunners of the animated series. Other people attached to the project include […]
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 […]
Months ago, a comic book publicist and I were chatting about this and that and he suggested, rather ominously, “Have you ever tried counting how many stories on comics news sites are actually about comics? You’d be surprised.” The idea percolated in my head for a while. And it took a while to do it. […]