That’s the joy of comics; you’re always learning something new about an artist’s techniques, characterization, a writer’s proclivity towards a certain subject or even some bits of trivial knowledge involving history or any number of other subjects.
‘Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter’ is a delightful, innovative presentation of the Ploughman Poet that brings him out of the 18th century and into the 21st. The volume itself is also a thing of beauty fit for gifting.
Guardians of the Galaxy hits a bit of an awkward spurt in its late teens as it has the Guardians split up. It’s not at all an easy jumping on point for new readers, but is also a lot of fun if you don’t mind the story leaving Rocket and Groot to their own devices.
This is a well-crafted and assembled volume of the popular ‘Saga’ series and will make an amazing addition to your collection.
This week’s episode of Avengers: Electric Rain marks the end of the first part of the series. Next week’s episode will mark the beginning of the second part and it’s going to be kicked off with a special episode.
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Benson Lee is a filmmaker I’ve had the great pleasure of working with on numerous occasions, so I was thrilled to learn that his newest film, Seoul Searching, was chosen as part of the Premiere Lineup in the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
Your friendly neighborhood jman recently had the opportunity to ask master sculptor Mark Newman some questions about himself, his process, what it’s like working for Sideshow Collectibles and collaborating with artist, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau.
An inspired tale of sorcery set in Medieval England created by two legendary masters of their craft: artist John Bolton and writer Chris Claremont.
Christmas is actually just as appropriate a time for the supernatural and the macabre as Halloween is, and there’s a deep tradition going way back of telling supernatural tales during the holidays. Thus, in the haunted holiday spirit we offer our list of ten books to read when the weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful.
Less a Batman title and more a Gotham title, ‘Batman Eternal’ pulls off a weekly, multi-writer, multi-artist epic story with a slew of protagonists with remarkable finesse. Fans of the Bat Family and others who call Gotham home (and even a couple who don’t) are bound to enjoy more than a few of the storylines, but only diehard fans will be able to enjoy everything the comic has to offer.
Some crops are bad. Ask any produce grower – sometimes you get bad harvests and that’s just a fact of life. As in life so too with comics.
While we do get a glimpse into White Fox’s origin story, we don’t really learn anything that’s helpful about linking the character to Avengers: Age of Ultron or any of the rumors swirling around there. Hopefully, more answers are coming down the pike!
Holodeck Follies is a Star Trek inspired improvisational comedy show that Toronto-based Trek fans and non-Trek fans alike can enjoy. The Season Two finale, featuring ‘InnerSpace’ host Morgan Hoffman, was the perfect way to cap off a fabulous season.