Lest you think Marvel’s branch-out into Hulu for a Runaways series was unusual enough, things are about to get even more squirrel-ly. Not only is a New Warriors comedy series officially in development, but fan-favorite Squirrel Girl might take center stage on the live-action project.
Supergirl has an understandable habit of introducing characters once or twice removed from the core Superman cast, but the arrival of the big guy himself will bring another notable DC name. Season 2 confirms that Metallo will square off against Supergirl and her cousin, as played by Frederick Schmidt.
Literal magic may be out of the picture, but can Arrow Season 5 get the figurative kind back? Our first photos of the October 5 premiere are certainly looking good, as a new dark archer takes center stage, while Oliver faces new bad guys in past and present.
In War In The Sun, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Steve Dillon and Peter Snejbjerg, everything changes forever. It's a promise that means nothing in most comics, but when Preacher says it, it follows all the way through. While Preacher is a lot like a superhero comic, it has one key difference: things change, and change greatly, and stay changed.
Gotham Season 3 will be laying the Alice in Wonderland puns pretty thick by the arrival of the Mad Hatter, so we’d best get used to it now. Case in point, Season 3 becomes a “Mad City” in a new trailer for the September premiere, and a poster that goes through the looking glass. Crap, now we’re doing it.
Just when you thought our obsession with Stranger Things’ Barb had run its course, breakout star Shannon Purser has a new role for us to obsess over. The star behind Nancy’s best pal-turned Demogorgon chow will pop up on The CW’s Archie-inspired Riverdale, taking on a familiar part.
In this episode, the gangster who killed Dinah's mother, Caroline "Black Canary" Lance, returns, and Detective Reese and the Birds find themselves forced to protect him from a weirdo metahuman assassin. "Nature of the Beast" originally aired on December 18 of 2002, and was written by Melissa Rosenberg and directed by Shawn Levy.
More often than not, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. makes use of Marvel characters the movies would never get around to. That’s why no one was particularly surprised that Season 4's introduction of Ghost Rider would use the less-familiar Robbie Reyes version over Johnny Blaze, but according to EPs, Blaze was at least on the table.
Most anime is adapted from manga, often produced by the manga publisher to raise awareness and sell it overseas. But what about the anime shows or films that go the other way, adapted from the screen to the page? How do those works hold up, and what changes or stays the same? That’s what Screen & Page aims to explore.
Today, we're looking at the feature film that launched the legendary Hayao Miyazaki's career, and the acclaimed manga that inspired it: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind!
So here are the three most amazing things about the Northampton International Comic Expo, which is happening on September 3 and 4 in Bedford in the UK: First, it can be abbreviated to "NICE," which is a very pleasant thing to call your comic book convention. Second, it's taking place in a building called the Bedford Corn Exchange. And third --- and perhaps most importantly --- it's going to feature three amazing new Judge Dredd prints from artists Tom Whalen and Matt Ferguson.