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I'd Deadpool isn't relatable than you're wrong

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We won't see any of this in the movie. Spider-Man won't be featured, even a cameo has been ruled out at this point.

'Wonder Woman': The Film's Ending vs. the Comics

... movie, just with a far more advanced system, and a robotic spider that can crawl on its own. He uses this to track down the Vulture gang to Maryland.

I'd say you'll need to watch the Unico movie to get what's · ‹‹

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I'd watch that movie

He's so ill-defined and relentless that even the first movie is kind of ruined by the final minutes. When I decided to read through every Elm Street comic ...

Fantastic Four comic book published by Marvel Comics.

The long-awaited Deadpool movie hits theaters quite soon, but as we're bombarded by ironic ads and reframed trailers, let's take a moment to remember one of ...

... Man doesn't really trust him to be responsible. He's a liability, not an asset, and is basically being held back from joining the team because of it.

Iron Man and Spider-Man: The Complicated Comic Book Friendship

Car slap. Photo: St. John Publishing Company

... on their to-do lists), she also got to marry Steve Trevor in Olympus, with Zeus acting as officiant. There aren't many couples that get that privilege.

Well, for the less-important people, sure, but what he really likes is confronting his prey, leaving them alive, and then coming back after their fear has ...

The title logo is a bit lower than I'd like, but it's central, and it's clear, and it communicates the start of a major story arc.

Coincidentally, that kid Blair is neither referenced or shown other than this intro. Weird. Especially because this flashback story doesn't outright spell ...

Excerpt from 'The Amazing Spider-Man' No. 29. Ditko provided wild action sequences while Lee gave Spidey a constant string of quips and references.

Spidey's origin story. Photo: Marvel Entertainment

He retains claws like the Ultimate version and even sports a featured collar of sorts with his sporty bomber jacket.


One of the things I did when I'd finished the three issues was go back and see how many movie posters I could spot in the background whenever the gang we ...

“Comics” Content: Sequential Art & Text

This piece was coloured by SirGryphon, an artist, writer, colorist, and designer based in Seattle. He owns a comics shop, Anyone Comics, with Dimitrios ...

Elf orgy.

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I've been very skeptical about the Venom movie, and I think the trailer looks like absolute dogshit... but this scene and ...

'The Dark Knight Returns' by Frank Miller

Reading Marvel Comics in order

The movies around this time got hit hard by the MPAA and had to cut out a lot of gore to pass muster. This is a comic from a company that gives ...


After the Chaos Comics stuff, there was only one voice of Halloween comics. Stefan Hutchinson wrote about all of Michael Myers' exploits from 2003 to the ...


Most of the discussion about the burgeoning distribution of comics in a digital medium has been related to the economics of the ordeal.

Venom appears to have been on a quest to bring back the slightly campy comic-book films of a bygone era, but ended up looking like a collection of Spawn ...

Ben Grimm fights team. Photo: Marvel Entertainment

Next, I decided to flip back through Tynion's stuff. I was almost certain that this topic was already broached somewhere in one of the issues of Tec.

Months later, we get Halloween II: The Blackest Eyes with Phil Nutman and Mickey Yablans writing and Jerry Beck drawing. It picks up where the previous ...

The Wonder Woman Movie

... and the grown-up versions of the kids that bullied Tommy in the first movie, who are now hell-bent on burning down the abandoned Myers house.

... identical to the final film. Either way, it's fun to see Spider-Man put in an extreme-height scenario with no way of landing safely if he were to fall.

i want to make cartoons & comics but i have no idea where to start!

5 Reasons to Start Reading Comic Books

I thought I'd enjoy this but no. I've heard people say things like “ignore the dumb movie, watch this instead” so I'm actually kinda curious ...

Action Comics No. 1 (1938)

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Photo: First Comics

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Great Decarlo 'splash panel' from JATP #59 Dec. 1971 Vintage Comic Books. Visit

Amazon's Invincible Animated Series Assembles its Voice Cast

The Movie: When Peter is pinned under the rubble, that visual representation is reflected back to him in a puddle of water, where his mask is floating.

Photo: EC Comics

... I'd love to see this become a movie or mini-series. Who do you think Tommy ended up with and how much like Liam Neeson do you think he will be?

Who is to say that Mac won't do the exact same thing as Blackie in future Spider-Man movies?

BUNKER book is so good it drives me insane. If I could, I'd binge-read the entire series so I wouldn't have to wrestle with the question of, “What's going ...


Now we get to see a movie-friendly take on him that exists in the present. Apparently, he's the ancestor of the classic hero.

So you'd like to get into highbrow comics. Here's where to start | Books | The Guardian

As we get ready for the Venom movie, we take a look back at the oddball moments in the alien-clad character's Marvel history.


The page where he shows the animal aspect is clearly a mask now and he is sitting on a pile of dead people. Photo: Pantheon

And there is now doubt that they'll get to the few big ones they haven't introduced yet. But the villain I'd like to see them do is the Ventriloquist.

New Fun: The Big Comic Magazine No. 1 (1934)

I'm trying to read more this year and I'd like to keep a record of that; blogging will theoretically help that cause.

Fantastic Four no. 52

Now that you've seen the Doctor Strange movie, here's a handy guide to the Marvel Comics!

163. KEVIN SMITH: It costs nothing to encourage an artist

In “Victory at Sea,” from March 1943, Steve Trevor proposes administering a lie detector test to Diana Prince, who was secretly Wonder Woman.

... see graffiti on the building behind him that reads “Bagley.” It's a cool shout-out to one of the most inspirations voices in comics on this film .

Peggy Carter first appeared in Tales of Suspense #77 (1966) and was created by (who else?) Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Trust us, the Peggy Carter of the screen ...


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Thanos literally snaps his fingers to bring about the end of half of all life in the universe, which is exactly what he did in the first chapter of The ...

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Every DC comic book movie currently in the works

Excerpt from 'The Fantastic Four' No. 49. Our heroes face an apocalyptic threat. Lee and Kirby served up a thrilling brew of high-concept sci-fi, ...

Days of Future Past


By the time we did get a silly Michael Myers moment, it was his goofy cameo in Rob Zombie's Haunted World of El Superbeasto in 2009, merely a month or so ...

This series is luckily collected in the same books as.

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... and Gary Northfield has kindly said I could reproduce it here even though it's not public elsewhere. (Thanks, Gary!) A study in beautiful simplicity:

Marv walking through the rain in The Hard Goodbye cover by Frank Miller, illustrating Miller's film noir-influenced visual style

Nearly every member of Black Panther’s star-studded cast delivers

“If this was a movie, I'd gasp in shock and then I'd say: 'Good heavens! The butler!' But this guy I never saw ...

Ms. Marvel Comics

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