#MarvelEvent! The Complete Phase Three Announcement!

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After losing a bit of momentum to the Distinguished Competition recent scheduling announcement, Marvel Films put on a show as Kevin Feige took the stage at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles to show their rivals how fans deserve to find out about their upcoming projects, collectively known as Phase Three.  Feige’s thinking is that they should have fun with this sort of announcement, fans not stockholders need to be on the front line. … Continue reading

Staff Picks – What’s New for August 13, 2014

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  It’s Wednesday.  You know what that means.     There are over 450 different items headed to your local comic shop this week (when you include all the variant covers, re-solicitations, magazines and collectables. Here is what we think will be the best of the best.   TOP OF THE STACK Archer & Armstrong #23 – Valiant Comics Writers: Fred Van Lente Art: Pere Perez What Valiant says: THE END IS NEAR HERE! Archer … Continue reading

SDCC14 – DC’s Heading to Multiversity this Fall

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It’s been in the works for more than 6 years,  and now finally Grant Morrison’s limited series exploring DC’s extended continuity, The Multiversity will be heading to your local comic shops this fall. Fans got their first look at DC’s panel for the event. On hand was the Scottish mastermind behind it all, Morrison along with artist Cameron Stewart, and editor Eddie Berganza.  There they gave those on hand the first glimpse of the event that … Continue reading

Staff Picks – Comics for May 14, 2014

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It’s Wednesday, you’re headed in to your local comic shop, and you don’t know what you are going to get yet? Here’s what the crew at Geeksville think you should be dropping your ducats on this week. You’re welcome. Batman Eternal #6 – DC Comics Writers: Tim Seeley, John Layman, Ray Fawkes, James T Tynion IV, Scott Snyder Art: Trevor McCarthy What DC says: Something hellish is brewing in the tunnels under Arkham Asylum, and … Continue reading

NYCC 2012 Day 4 – The Last Day, with Cosplay of the Day (of course)

Ah Sunday, that quiet restful day at the end of the week. Not at Comic Con!  Turn out look to be up on Sunday against last year, from my observation, with a lot of young kids and families on hand.  This makes me think a few things: Could NYCC be outgrowing the Jacob Javits Center? and if it is, where else in New York City could it move to?  Would it leave Manhattan? Would it … Continue reading