The Official SDCC15 Suicide Squad First Look released by WB

  This weekend, Warner Brothers had their panel at Comic Con, showcasing several of the major films they have coming in the next year or so, including several DC Comic projects.  The Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer went live on youtube for the world to see. But the Suicide Squad first look didn’t. Of course it didn’t take long until some fan who used his phone to upload it to the internet. “We have no plans currently to release the Suicide Squad footage that leaked from Hall H on Saturday. It’s unfortunate and ultimately damaging that one individual … Continue reading

Sitting Down With Marvel for a Cup O’ Joe at SDCC15

Marvel held it’s traditional “no holds barred” panel between fans  and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada on Saturday in Room 6BCF, and fans turned up to talk with him and the creators of some of Marvel’s hottest comics to talk about what’s in store for your favorite heroes. On hand, Axel Alonso – Marvel Editor-in-Chief, Tom Brevoort – Marvel Senior Vice President of Publishing, C.B. Cebulski – Marvel’s Vice President of International Business Development & Brand Management, as well as writers,  Charles Soule (Star Wars: Lando, Daredevil), Cullen Bunn (Moon Knight, Magneto),  Kieron Gillen (Star Wars: Darth Vader)  and Greg … Continue reading

Micronauts and ROM the Spaceknight Return to Comics

IDW Chief Creative Officer/Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall has long talked about his desire to add ROM the Spaceknight  and the Micronauts to the comic publisher, know for it’s quality licensed comics.  He would occasionally put images of ROM on his personal Tumblr. Now, after years of talks, IDW and Hasbro have come to terms and both properties are heading back to comics in 2016. The Micronauts were successful from Mego, who created the line by licensing several of Japanese toymaker Tanaka’s toy lines in 1976.  The line of interchangeable figures were popular, and ran until 1980, before finally running out of … Continue reading

A Trekkie’s Take on Marvel’s New Star Wars Series

(If you search in Google for Marvels’ 2015 Star Wars, you will get many reviews of the new Star Wars comics.  Most of theses reviews are for the first issue or other individual floppies; this review is of the first six issues of the new Marvel Star Wars series.) I was born in the late 70’s and was too young to go to the theater and watch the original Star Wars films.  Because of that and my personal interests, I liked them, but loved more the Star Trek TV series. I tend to prefer my entertainment on a weekly serialized way (TV episodes) rather than a long, spaced out (no pun … Continue reading

IMPERIUM’S Joshua Dysart Talks Movies, Villains, and His Most Important Character

Joshua Dysart’s Imperium, published by Valiant Comics and drawn by Doug Braithwaite, has taken comics into new territory. Beware that this interview may contain minor spoilers. Already known for his socio-political awareness, Dysart picks up where Harbinger and Omegas left off by turning his full attention to Toyo Harada – one of the most engaging and complex characters to grace comics. And by extension, Imperium has become one of the most ambitious comic titles on the market. Harada is no ordinary villain. In fact, it’s arguable that he’s simply a man with a plan and vision that would bode better … Continue reading