| Aug 20, 2012
| 4:26 AM
Th 25th edition of SummerSlam ended with Brock Lesnar standing tall, having defeated Triple H by tap out with the Kimura Lock.
Though their match certainly had some slow points, it was a simple, effective, and (in my opinion) necessary conclusion to this...
| May 3, 2012
When Stan Lee and Jack Kirby first created the super team they called “The Avengers”, I doubt that they could scarcely imagine the popularity it would enjoy today. Way back in 1964 when the title first debuted, Lee and Kirby were trying out...
| May 10, 2012
Alex Ross is considered to be one of the biggest names in comic books. After revolutionizing the look of comic artwork with his photo-realistic technique in the mini-series "MARVELS" for Marvel Comics, he then went on to co-create one of the most stunning...
| May 22, 2012
| 2:02 PM
After I read the following press release from Marvel Entertainment, the first thing that came to mind was "it's about time!"
Read it and then catch up with me at the bottom of the post:
Save The Date—Marvel Announces Landmark X-Men Marriage...
| Mar 9, 2008
BUILDING a superhero from scratch is noisy and hazardous. "Let's find a place where it's quieter!" The man shouting was Kevin Feige, the president of production for Marvel Studios, the Hollywood start-up that takes flight on May 2 with its first film,...
| Jan 18, 2010
| 7:37 PM
Look out, Batman and the Hulk, there's some new competition in town: Moses and Elijah.
A Central Florida pastor has teamed up with former Marvel and DC Comics artists and writers to take on a new spin to spreading the Christian message: comic books...
| Jul 28, 2008
Who watches the Watchmen?
Soon, we will.
At least, that's what Warner Bros. and DC Comics are counting on when their next comic book adaptation, "Watchmen," hits theaters in March. Many moviegoers got a sneak peek of the film before seeing " The Dark...
| Jul 17, 2007
Dying media don't come much dying-er than monthly comic books. From the great post-silver age watershed to the who lost Junior controversy about how this classic kids' medium became a forum for middle-aged comic-shop losers; from the death of Charlton...