Kyle Higgins, the current writer of Nightwing, has an unparalleled love of superheroes that manifests itself in his short film The League. Set in Chicago, the Grey Raven’s sidekick, Sparrow, has returned to investigate a series of murders seemingly committed by an old speedster super villain. Does the passion poured into the project make for a good film? Find out with a special indie movie Major Spoilers review!
The Legacy is a fan film that has been around for a while; it won the Comic-Con Film Festival in 2010, and though it isn’t about a specific copyrighted character, the inspiration is clearly there.
Conflict in a marriage can be as challenging as any supervillain.
Sometimes things in comics become so clichéd the characters themselves become skeptics.
The relationship between a hero and his nemesis is complicated. The Purple Peril finds out what happens when that relationship reaches its end.
Hindsight is 20/20, especially after an epic battle.
New entrants into the super-hero game have a unique set of challenges following 75 years of predecessors. First on the list is finding a name that hasn’t been used, and that isn’t also lame. Comic after the jump.
In this issue: Should superheroes be allowed to age? There are pros and cons and reasons why it does and doesn’t work, as Matthew Rob, and Stephen try to break it down. And the trio talk up a publisher’s “house style”
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Here’s a great commercial using the Flash Gordon theme song to promote the Innocent Smoothies (with Fruit! AH-AAA!). And if that voice at the end sounds familiar, it should – it’s Brian Blessed!
On this week’s episode of The Super Hero Squad Show, Baron Mordo shows up and turns Iron Man into the Iron Menace.
when Silver Surfer and Hulk team with Dr Strange and Valkyrie to form â€œThe Defenders,â€ the forces of good will â€œHero Up!â€ like never before! Gossip Girl alumni Michelle Trachtenberg reprises her role as Valkyrie in this exciting new episode of the most action-packed, family friendly series in the universe!
Also revealed at Tuesday night’s upfront presentation is the Rosario Dawson produced pilot, True Believer.Â Dawson has been hired to produce the pilot episode that could be turned into a series that follows a comic nerd who hires a former superhero to teach him the ropes on fighting crime.
Dawson is exec producer, and her co-author on the Image Comics book “Occult Crimes Task Force,” David Atchinson, will write the script of “Believer” with Matthew Spradlin and Tom Feister.
Fans of the Sin City star shouldn’t get too excited, Dawson isn’t expected to star in the show as of this report.