Vote 2016
With tomorrow November 8th 2016 promising to be one of the wildest Presidential elections in history the thing that is the most important is that you go out and vote. While whom and what you vote for is you decision but with all of the noise and he said... Read more
Steve Dillon 1962-2016
The loss of talent in 2016 has been simply staggering and over the weekend we lost sadly another. Steve Dillon was not only a brilliant artist but from all accounts from his friends and colleagues a true gentleman and could always be counted on for a pint that he... Read more
Gene Wilder 1933-2016
2016 has been a terrible year for the loss of talent and the passing of Gene Wilder hit everyone very hard. A talented actor, writer, director and author will probably be most fondly remembered for his role in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory that was ironically a commercial... Read more
Celebrate Jack “The King” Kirby’s 99th Birthday By Reading Comics in Public
  Yesterday August 28th would have been Jack “The King” Kirby’s 99th and what better way to celebrate that than reading comic books in public. Kirby loved comics and he would have loved Reading Comics in Public Day Kirby really changed the way comic artwork was done. I could... Read more
SDCC ’16: Samurai Jack [adult swim]
Were back with the first post SDCC coverage of the show. There are a number of panels that I will be covering and impressions of the overall show. Samurai Jack is the beloved series created by Genndy Tartakovsky and premiered on Cartoon Network in August 2001 and ran for... Read more
Trolling Right Along
There has been a lot of fandom controversy over the past few weeks and a few have really riled up the internet into a frenzy. Over at Birth.Movies.Death there was a story Fandom Is Broken by Devin Faraci that has been making the rounds around Facebook and Twitter and... Read more
Memorial Day
While having a day off from work is a very nice thing, we mush never forget the reason that we have it off. Memorial Day is a day of remembrance of the men and women who have served America. While War is a terrible thing, there have and continue... Read more
DC Comics Under Fire
Before we get going on this, I want to say that I am not defending or condemning DC Comics with this story. It’s just my opinion of the events and fallout of it. Last week Vertigo Vice President & Executive Editor Shelly Bond was let go in a restructuring of... Read more
What Hollywood “REALLY” Needs To Learn From Deadpool
Over the weekend Deadpool broke all sorts of box office records. Here is how it all stacked up. #1 opening weekend ($132.75M) ever in Fox history #1 opening weekend ever for an R-rated film #1 February opening weekend #1 Winter opening weekend #2 opening weekend ever for an original... Read more
Bryan Fuller Is New Star Trek Series Showrunner
Bryan Fuller has been selected as the showrunner of the new Star Trek television series that CBS is prepping for their digital platform CBS All Access that has a tentative date of 2017. How Fuller is going to fit this into his very busy schedule on top of American... Read more