What I read in April….
This is your obligatory spoiler alert. So… yeah… I’ll be talking about some books and possibly giving away plot details. You have been warned. Continue reading
Warner Bros is making a big move in digital with one of its flagship brands. Warner Bros and DC Entertainment are behind a new, DC-branded service that will debut in 2018 with two high-profile comic book-themed original TV series: the live-action Titans, from the king of the CW DC universe Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Sarah Schechter and Warner Bros TV, and the anticipated revival of cult animated series Young Justice, from Warner Bros Animation. It will be titled Young Justice: Outsiders. Continue reading
In this episode AJ and Anthony spend a lot of time discussing the news.
Then AJ talks about his journey to QBC Toys and More for the the Guardians of the Galaxy Art Show.
PLAY ARTS KAI CONJURES DOCTOR STRANGE FIGURE
Stephen Strange was once the world’s foremost neurosurgeons until he lost the use of his hands in terrible accident. In trying to reclaim their use, he traveled the world and ultimately became one of its most powerful mystics, earning him the moniker of Sorcerer Supreme.
With the Marvel hero receiving more attention with the release of “Doctor Strange,” Square Enix’s Play Arts Kai line is offering up its own take on the Master of the Mystic Arts with this new collectible figure.
Standing about 10.5 inches tall, Marvel Universe Variant Play Arts Kai Doctor Strange radiates with mystical might. Highly articulated, the figure spots his signature Cloak of Levitation, which can be inverted for numerous poses. Strange comes equipped with seven interchangeable hands, magic glyphs and effects made with translucent materials, and a display stand.
Available for preorder from Square Enix for $149.99, Marvel Universe Variant Play Arts Kai Doctor Strange is expected to ship in November, just about the time Benedict Cumberbatch reprises his role as the Sorcerer Supreme in director Taika Waititi’s “Thor: Ragnarok.” He’ll return once more in “Avengers: Infinity War,” which opens May 4, 2018.
The series, which ran from 2008-2013, follows three siblings who return to their family estate in Massachusetts after the gruesome death of their father.
Once there, they discover magical keys that grant special powers and open strange doors that change those who dare to walk through them. Unfortunately, they’re not the only ones interested in these mysterious artifacts, as a supernatural force is also after them and trying to force them to open the most terrible door of them all. Continue reading
In this episode Richard and AJ talk ROH 15th Anniversary, Wrestlemania 33, Wrestler Shake Up, and more!!
In this 175th episode, AJ and Anthony discuss their adventures at Wondercon!!
They also review Teen Titans: The Judas Contract.
All this and the news!!!
The top title on Tencent’s digital comics platform, the story follows a young man who lives in H City which has a populous slowly turning into zombies via contaminated water. As they devour one another and evolve in different ways, the young man seeks escape.
The comic has already been adapted in China as a hit animated series and stage play, but Tencent and Free Association plan to develop it for the international market with this.
Matt Lieberman will pen the script while David Sandberg (“Kung Fury”) is attached to direct. Tatum, Carolin, and Peter Kiernan will produce.
After being praised for its promotion of diversity, a Marvel executive suggested this weekend that the publishing company’s newest superheroes may have caused a slump in comic book sales.
Last week, while at the Marvel Retailer Summit, Marvel’s senior vice president of print, sales, and marketing, David Gabriel, created an uproar after implying that the addition of racially diverse and female characters could have led to a sales decline.
He also cited economic reasons and Marvel’s release of “too much product” as other possible causes for the downturn in sales. Continue reading