By Maxi Kim | August 19, 2017 If the idea of having the ability to freeze time whenever you have an orgasm appeals to you, Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky’s Sex Criminals is right up your alley. Since its … Continue reading Casting Call: ‘Sex Criminals’
By Hazel Romano | August 15, 2017 When the world is under constant threat from every known or obscure force, it should be simple enough to ring up the resident team of superheroes to save the planet from being … Continue reading Comix 101: S.H.I.E.L.D.
By Charlie Phillips | August 13, 2017 Our society desperately needs a course correction. I walked outside today and what did I see? People wearing eyeglasses instead of glowing red visors, trees instead of monochrome holographic ads, and gasoline … Continue reading Casting Call: ‘Batman Beyond’
By Charlie Phillips | August 11, 2017 I am personally very excited and even optimistic about the upcoming Justice League movie, but some are concerned that it’ll feel like the first Avengers movie—absent the support of many preceding movies. … Continue reading Movie Pitch: What if Warner Bros. Made DC’s ‘Justice Riders’?
By Hazel Romano | August 5, 2017 For this week’s edition of Casting Call we’re taking on Valiant’s hit sci-fi series Divinity. Chosen to take part in a hazardous experiment for the Russian government’s space program, Abram Adams develops … Continue reading Casting Call: Valiant’s ‘Divinity’
By Hazel Romano | July 26, 2017 Last week’s installment of Casting Call put the spotlight on Image Comics’ Rat Queens. This week we’re giving a shot at assembling another Image dream team. In Paper Girls, sleepy 80’s suburban … Continue reading Casting Call: ‘Paper Girls’
By Hazel Romano | July 19, 2017 After monopolizing the comic film market since 2008’s Iron Man, Marvel announced in 2014 that they were planning to release Captain Marvel, the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to headline … Continue reading Wonder Women: Feminism in Comics