Monthly Archive:: August 2014
With the rumor grinding and a Black Panther solo movie in the cards for Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, on ComicBook.com I wrote about five things from the Black Panther comics I would love to see in a movie.
I might be at the point where my past impressions of the Amazing Spider-Man “Learning to Crawl” miniseries have impaired my ability to fairly judge the remaining two issues. Little things that somewhat irritated me in issues #1.1-1.3 (its over-reliance on readers knowing everything that happened during Spider-Man’s first
Grant Morrison’s new miniseries takes a look at DC’s complex Multiverse. As such, on ComicBook.com, I thought I would take a stroll through the annals of DC history and spotlight eight of the most important Multiverse stories the company has ever published. Keep in mind, these aren’t necessarily the
With Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy such a smashing success at the box office, let’s talk sequel. At ComicBook.com, I take a look at five more characters from the comics that Marvel should continue adding to its cinematic universe via the already announced Guardians sequel in 2017.
The “centennial” issues of Amazing Spider-Man are similar to the season finale of your favorite television show – they are often entertaining and there’s a certain level of importance assigned to them, but it’s very rarely the “best” representation of the characters and their universe. That doesn’t change the
To coincide with Sin City: A Dame to Kill’s release in theater this weekend, I decided to run down the 10 greatest Frank Miller stories of all time on ComicBook.com. Miller’s has one of the most iconic and controversial careers in comic book industry, with critically acclaimed runs on Daredevil
After making you wait a month before our last episode, this time around we made you wait a whole … week. Amazing Spider-Talk Episode 5 is here and awaiting your ears and eyes. Check it out on superiorspidertalk.com or listen to it on your portable devices. In this episode,
We have arrived at the final installment of my summer overview of the “Alien Costume Saga,” and I hope it’s been as much fun for you all as last year’s “Original Hobgoblin Saga” retrospective. Maybe next year, I’ll pick a run of issues that don’t fall within the 1983-84
With it looking increasingly likely that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is going to star as either Black Adam or Captain Marvel in an upcoming Shazam movie for DC/Warner Bros., I took a look at five great Shazam stories over on ComicBook.com. Most of these stories are of the origin/introductory
There’s a sophistication in how Peter David weaves humor into his stories that’s hard for me to articulate, but is unquestionably different than anything else I read on a weekly basis. Don’t get me wrong – the comic book marketplace is filled with funny books whether it’s the fast-paced