In recent years, comic book conventions have absolutely exploded onto the scene. From coast-to-coast shows, to shows that overflow in convention centers to those that find adequate space in small town halls, comic conventions are becoming the norm. No longer do we have to spend hundreds, or even thousands of
Yesterday, Marvel’s C.B. Cebulski announced that the big M is going to be working on a crossover with Hajime Isayama‘s international sensation, Attack on Titan. Not much is currently known about the project other than the concept; “What if Titans attacked the Marvel Universe?” Not a joke, folks. Attack on
Often times comic books and video games get a bad rap for their violent, intense nature, but there is media in our industry that can be important tools in crime prevention. Thomas Estler is creating a comic book series called, Abolitionista. The comic book series is intended to be a
Powers, Sony’s first foray in original video content free for Playstation+ subscribers, was just given its first trailer. Powers is a criminal detective show that goes through the story of two detectives solvings cases that revolve around supernatural powers. The series is being produced by Brian Bendis, the creator of
Ah, day 3. Just walking around the Exhibit Hall and saying goodbye to True Blood after a nice seven year run. Enjoy!
Preview night of San Diego Comic Con is a wrap! Check out some shots from the start of SDCC and stick around all week for continued coverage.
It’s time to suit up and gear up for May 2015, especially if you are in the greater NYC/PA/NJ Area. It is at this time that Atlantic City, a popular, classy city right on the edges of The Atlantic Ocean, will host a comic-con for the first time in its