Netflix has signed a deal that will allow the video subscription service to stream Disney movies about seven months after they leave theaters starting in 2016. (Will Episode VII be available on Netflix?
The long-awaited My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic from IDW is here, and it's bringing almost more pony goodness than you can stand. Comic book adaptions of cartoons have always been a natural fit and some of the ...
Bleeding Cool has been talking about DC’s upcoming Villains Month for a short while now. A chance to reintroduce a host of supervillains to the new DCU, and putting them up against superheroes they may not alwasy havebeen associated with.
Apart from Batman and The Riddler.
We’ve already reported on The Prankster in Nightwing, now I understand we can look forward to the rebooted Ventriloquist and Scarface in Batgirl.
Created by Alan Grant, John Wagner and Norm Breyfogle in the late eighties on Detective Comics, The Ventriloquist was a mild mannered man who controlled (apparently) a much feared gangster puppet. He was briefly seen, all Bane-pumped up, in Detective Comics last year…
It’s not exactly a comic. It’s not an illustrated novel. It’s an illustrated history. Of a video game and all it has affected. And it’s being published by comic book publisher Dark Horse Comics and distributed to comic stores through Diamond, so it shows up on the lists.
And it’s going to give comic store retailers a rather nice post-Christmas presnt in the dark, dank months of January.
Because I undersatnd that Hyrule Historia, telling the history and exploring the cultural impact of Zelda, has received preorders of over a hundred and fifty thousand and they are still rising. For a thirty-five dollar book. Amazing Spider-Man #700 may be about to drop two million dollars into the market, but Hyrule Historia is about to drop over five million dollars into it. Even with common discounts offered, that’s still north of three million.
Hyrule Hysteris? Don’t care, in lieu oif a Zelda game for the Wii U, I’m getting mine…
Comicbook.com (blog)Nolan: Man of Steel Requires Biggest Possible Movie Version of SupermanIGNThe Dark Knight Rises director Christopher Nolan has been out and about doing some press for the Blu-ray release of his final Bat film, and also attending...
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