The second issue of DC Comics’ big summer storyline from Scott Snyder – Dark Nights: Metal – hit the stands this week, and the story is all over the place.
Well, I had the time of my life watching this video. I’ve never felt this way before. It’s the truth. And I owe it all to Money SuperMarket…
When something goes viral on the internet, it makes sense to capitalize on it with some merchandise. It may lose some effectiveness after a few years though. I guess we’re testing that theory out this week…
Who doesn’t love bacon? It’s one of the greatest foods ever. And you can be a part of a church with bacon right in its name! Who would want to pass that up?
The seminal work of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons – the 12-issue maxiseries Watchmen – seems to have been constantly in development in one way or another since it debuted in 1986. Even with a theatrical release in 2009, it seems there’s still more to the story.
The CW’s RIVERDALE, a dark adaptation of the classic Archie Comics characters, finished its first season last week. Taking the usually clean-cut characters in a direction David Lynch would have enjoyed, the show had a lot of controversial takes on the kids.
This is probably one of my favorite things on the Internet, hands down. When YouTube was created, it should have been specifically made for something like this.
Pro wrestling can be a little crazy when it’s being presented as something to be taken seriously. When you turn it into parody? You get Southpaw Regional Wrestling.
In the history of wacky comic book crossovers, this may not rank in the top 10, but when DC Comics teases a crossover with the Looney Tunes by including Lobo and Jonah Hex, things are bound to get a little crazy.
When your life span covers decades of stories, a writer looking to do something new might try out a relationship from out of left field to try and shock readers. Or sometimes, the couplings just don’t mix well and it forces you to say “WTF?” when you read it.