Month: June 2019

Share this: Heightened horror has made a huge comeback in recent years, mainly thanks to Jordan Peele‘s Get Out and Us, but for the most part, it’s resided in the domain of indie horror filmmakers. Last year, A24 had a relative-sized hit with Ari Aster‘s Hereditary — his follow-up Midsommar comes out in a couple weeks — and now Fox Searchlight
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Share this: This September, writer Jim Zub (Champions, Avengers: No Surrender) and artist Lan Medina (Mera: Queen of Atlantis) will headline the Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda ongoing series, spinning out of Jason Aaron’s current Avengers series. Aaron, Ed McGuinness, and Cory Smith introduced the Agents of Wakanda in last year’s Avengers #11, showcasing Black Panther as he recruited
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The pursuit of Genshi continues in a preview of June 19’s Honor and Curse #5. HONOR AND CURSE #5Writer: Mark LondonArtist/Cover: Nicolas SalamancaColorist: TekinoLetterer: Miguel ZapataGenshi and Nishiro learn the whereabouts of the only person capable of controlling Genshi’s Tengu, the Elder One. Meanwhile, Lord Haruki is bent on turning the village against Genshi and
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Credit: Priscilla Petraites/Marco Lasko (Image Comics/Shadowline) Credit: Priscilla Petraites/Marco Lasko (Image Comics/Shadowline) This week, Image Comics/Shadowline’s long-running Rat Queens title begins a new chapter in life in #26 – and that chapter is written, drawn and colored by someone new as well. The new creative team of writer Ryan Ferrier, artist Priscilla Petraites, and colorist
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Share this: At its heart, Goddess Mode is a story about how idealists and dreamers too often have the worlds they build stolen from them and perverted by those in positions of power. That’s how Hermeticorp, the company that controls everything from healthcare to augments in peoples’ brains, discovered Azoth, the digital network that connects Earth to
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On March 3, 2020, the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake will release on PlayStation 4. It will be roughly 20 percent of the original and take place entirely in Midgar. And it looks like it will be ported to the PlayStation 5 when that releases, presumably, holiday 2020, or at least it’s subsequent
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Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel Comics tweeted out an apparent teaser image Sunday afternoon connecting Spider-Man and the numeral ‘4’. We have our theories, but first take a look:< #MarvelComics pic.twitter.com/tqeAGUaEVl — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) June 16, 2019   Given the hashtag “#MarvelComics”, that would eliminate some fans’ speculation that it would be Sam Raimi’s fourth,
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There’s an increasing number of games that force you online to play even a single-player campaign. For example, Ghost Recon Breakpoint does this. That said, Marvel’s Avengers won’t. In case you missed it, Square Enix confirmed that Marvel’s Avengers single-player campaign is single-player only, which may surprise a few who thought it would be a
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Share this: The Follies of Richard WadsworthBy Nick MaandagDrawn & Quarterly Canadian cartoonist Nick Maandag’s stories are focused on structure and disruption. Each of the three stories in this collection come with the acceptance that we have systems within which we structure our behavior in order to maintain sustainable, respectful relationships with each other. That’s
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Share this: School may be letting out now, but it’s never too early to think about which superheroes will make the fall fashion trends. And it’s never too soon to sort out fashion statements for the summer convention circuit. Cue in the KIDBOX summer rollouts of its Disney, Marvel and Star Wars-themed boxes, complete with
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Credit: David Marquez/Alejandro Sánchez (DC) Credit: David Marquez/Alejandro Sánchez (DC) Shazam! is breaking out of his ongoing title and back into the wider DCU – but with some consequences, according to a new image released. The cover to September’s Batman/Superman #2 has been tweeted by series writer Joshua Williamson, and it shows a malevolent-looking Big
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Share this: The X-Men are entering into a brand new era at Marvel Comics this summer, with Jonathan Hickman completely restarting the line. This paves the way for new stories with beloved characters, including the New Mutants. Marvel is bringing in legendary creators Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz for a one-shot adventure with the team debuting this September.
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Credit: Hasbro Credit: Hasbro Hasbro has debuted a new Agent Anti-Venom action figure for its 6-inch Marvel Legends line. The figure features Flash Thompson in his Agent Anti-Venom gear from the period in which he obtained the Anti-Venom symbiote while fighting the Red Goblin. The figure is now available for pre-order through Hasbro’s website.
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Share this: After announcing Blu-ray/DVD details about the next DC Animated Original Movie Batman: Hush, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that the Blu-ray/DVD release date has been moved up a week from the original August 13 to August 6. Details below: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has moved up its physical release date for Batman:
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Share this: “Smithereens” is a nail-biting installment of Black Mirror. It impressively juggles a mixture of believable writing, confident direction, and an exceptional central performance like a skillful trapeze artist does bowling pins high above the ground, in the process leaving you white-knuckled. The plot follows Chris Gillhaney (Andrew Scott) – a ride share app
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Share this: Harleen from Stjepan Šejić is the latest in a week full of DC announcements. Revealed on Friday, the comic will follow Harley Quinn in a limited run from DC’s Black Label imprint with Šejić (Aquaman: Underworld, Suicide Squad, Sunstone) writing and illustrating. Though it’s a short run at just three issues, each will be oversized editions
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