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What Do We Lose When A Comic Doesn't Have Its Own Artist?
What Do We Lose When A Comic Doesn't Have Its Own Artist?
What Do We Lose When A Comic Doesn't Have Its Own Artist?
Recently, the subject of rotating art teams in superhero comics reached a tipping point, and people have started to wonder if the concept does more harm than good in the long run. With double-shipping in superhero comics becoming more prevalent and artists’ contributions are becoming seen as interchangeable, it’s important to stop and ask: Are rotating artistic creative teams good for comics in the long-run, or does it start us down a path of recognizing the writer’s contributions as inherently more important to the finished product?
Comics' 20 Most Memorable 'Beauty And The Beast' Romances
Comics' 20 Most Memorable 'Beauty And The Beast' Romances
Comics' 20 Most Memorable 'Beauty And The Beast' Romances
One is a kind, caring and sweet person who wants to make a difference. The other is brash and feels isolated from a world that would paint it as an outsider. Somehow, they find a common bond and fall in love, which makes both of their lives a little bit more complete. The archetypes behind the classic fairy tale "The Beauty and the Beast" are ones you can spot again and again in stories dating back centuries. We've assembled some of our favorite examples of "beauty and beast" romances in comics.
DC Films Prepared to Hop on R-Rated Superhero Bandwagon
DC Films Prepared to Hop on R-Rated Superhero Bandwagon
DC Films Prepared to Hop on R-Rated Superhero Bandwagon
It would appear that the likes of Deadpool and Logan, what with all their foul words and visible bloodletting and brief pegging interludes, have changed the game of superhero movies. It was once basic showbiz logic that a massively-budgeted capes-and-tights flick couldn‘t afford to go for the R rating and lose the portion of the audience that’d restrict. More minor one-off projects like Watchmen, Kick-Ass, and Kingsman could take that risk and repeatedly found that it paid off, but now mainstream heroes have adopted this more daring approach and met with attractive box-office receipts. And in keeping with their tried-and-true business strategy of doing everything Marvel does, but a year later, DC Films has no stated their intention to get into more mature material.
Mel Gibson Might Direct the ‘Suicide Squad’ Sequel
Mel Gibson Might Direct the ‘Suicide Squad’ Sequel
Mel Gibson Might Direct the ‘Suicide Squad’ Sequel
The DC Extended Universe may have lost Ben Affleck as a director (and maybe as a star too), but Warner Bros. is looking to gain another big name for its roster. The studio is currently courting Mel Gibson to helm the Suicide Squad sequel, which is definitely not a sentence anyone expected to write today.
Thanks to Hot Toys, Now You Can Hang Out With Harley Quinn in Belle Reve
Thanks to Hot Toys, Now You Can Hang Out With Harley Quinn in Belle Reve
Thanks to Hot Toys, Now You Can Hang Out With Harley Quinn in Belle Reve
If you thought there was only going to be one Harley Quinn figure released from Hot Toys, then you clearly don't know the power of Harleen Quinzel. She was a multimedia superstar well before this film arrived, and her star is only going to shine brighter thanks to Margot Robbie's portrayal and subsequent "solo" film, Gotham City Sirens. Though the more iconic version of the character from Suicide Squad already got her action figure debut, Hot Toys is all about those variants, including this Bell Reve Prisoner iteration.

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