Rocky and Bullwinkle

'Rocky And Bullwinkle' Returns To Comics In New IDW Series By Evanier And Langridge
'Rocky And Bullwinkle' Returns To Comics In New IDW Series By Evanier And Langridge
Rocky and Bullwinkle have had a few comics series to their names over the past few decades (often with the two characters' names transposed in the title), from publishers including Dell, Gold Key, Charlton and Marvel. But never before have the characters gotten a series with the creative pedigree of IDW's new Rocky & Bullwinkle series by writer Mark Evanier (Groo the Wanderer and lots of biogr
CGI 'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' Trailer Honors and Updates the Hand-Drawn Classic
CGI 'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' Trailer Honors and Updates the Hand-Drawn Classic
  There are only a handful of people on this planet more skeptical of modern day, family-friendly reinterpretations of the masterfully crude and hilariously dry animated features that comprised The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show. There's demonstrable proof that such endeavors simply do not work, specifically the mostly terrible 2000 live-action version The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle starrin
‘The Devastator’ #7 Takes On Spies, Is Secretly Hilarious
‘The Devastator’ #7 Takes On Spies, Is Secretly Hilarious
In the past, we've had a little fun with The Devastator, the quarterly comedy anthology, but their latest issue is the best of the series so far. Wrapped up in a cover by CA favorite Michael Kupperman, this issue is themed around spies and espionage, and there are enough great gags in here that it's well worth picking up -- and I'm not just saying that because an ultraviolent parody of the Canadi