Spoilerite Anthony Feliciano attended the Rhode Island Comic Con, and shares these pictures from the event.
Ghoul Scouts development began back in 2007, in an email exchange with a friend discussing our weekends. She did normal things like spending time with friends and playing video games. For me, any time that wasn’t devoted to having fun with my son, Chance, was focused solely on making comics. As many comics folk will tell you, making comics can be an all-consuming pastime that leaves little room for other interests.
“Deadpool’s” unique blend of superhero action and comedy remains on track to set all-time records and is on its way to challenging “The Matrix Reloaded” for the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time, Variety reported.
Well the 4th season of Munchkin Land is in the books and it’s been an exhilarating year with some new faces and a lot more games being played. A total of 27 matches were battled out and some tears were shed in the process. This year there was a change in the way the stats were recorded, The Interleague Play record keeping was dissolved and all games played for 2015 are counted in the main Munchkin Career Totals. This means Stephen keeps the best Career Average (.455) for all Interleague Games played, well done Stephen!
The denizens of the internet love few things more than an elaborate theory, especially one based on will-o’-the-wisp clues – and fans of the newest Star Wars film, The Force Awakens, are no different. While the record breaking numbers who have turned out to watch the film testify to its instant appeal, quite a few audience members analyzing and speculating about the secrets hidden within the plot have provided even greater entertainment for the rest of us. Some of that speculation has led to fan theories that range from barely possible to completely outrageous, so here we’re taking a look
Major Spoilerite, Nate Olson went to Palm Con this past weekend, where he took a bunch of photos to share with the rest of the Spoilerites around the world.
Captain Planet and the Planeteers is more remembered as an animated television show than as its origins as a comic book series. While this series doesn’t compare to the super hero classics in terms of popularity, it had a noble goal of educating children on environmental issues.
Formerly sidekick to the Red Cowl, Flyboy’s world has been torn apart by the sudden murder of his mentor and partner. To make matters worse, no one will take him seriously after the Red Cowl’s death, and the heckling has turned into hostility, leaving him a man on the edge. Julia Moonglow, one of the Cowl’s former enemies, has approached him and slowly drawn him in, revealing treachery that Flyboy never would have expected: the Red Cowl is in fact alive! With a renewed sense of purpose, the newly-anointed “Sidekick” has allied himself with Julia Moonglow and made it his
It turns out The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow #1 published by Dynamite Entertainment not only marked Howard Chaykin’s return to The Shadow, it also marks the first time a Wold Newton scene has been overtly depicted in a comic book.
Since its inception in 1963, the much-loved X-Men franchise has kept us all looking toward the next installment. Whether it came in the form of comic book, movie, or game, the action-packed cast of characters and villains alike have warmed our hearts, incited feelings of vengeance, and toyed with themes of racism and identity crisis. As a tribute to the opening of the newest film, X-Men: Days of Future Past, I propose a toast to the most well-known and loved pieces of X-Men memorabilia across medium.
Jason Inman likes to read comics, and this week he read all the DC Comics published.
The true story of the origin of THOR from Journey Into Mystery #83. Recorded in one take and from memory after several drinks. NSFW unless your boss like to hear curse words blasting out of your cubicle in the middle of the day.