Something I have long hoped for is actually happening! Comic books are coming to a theater near you—at least the Regal Cinemas and Landmark Cinemas showing Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)!
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DC is gearing up for an 80th anniversary celebration for Robin in March, 2020. However, there’s quite a controversy going on in several online forums about just who this event should really be about!
Something interesting is happening with DC Comics titles featuring Wonder Woman and The Flash.
The comics industry has been shifting from the monthly title to more mini-series and such recently.
It’s only hours now until we leave 2019 behind and meet 2020. I always like…
I think it’s always good to look back at a year just about over… what went well, what didn’t. I wrote a similar column last year, so I thought it was time to reflect as we turn the last few pages of 2019.
The biggest news of the week seems to have been the revelation of Superman’s secret identity.
The bad part of this kind of thing is that what appears to be a permanent change will really last for what in comics is really a very short time.
I wonder if trades are where the industry will be heading in the years ahead.
It’s a tradition of mine to talk about what’s going on in the comics industry that I’m thankful for. After all, Thanksgiving is happening this week here in the United States of America. So, let me talk briefly about a few things I’m happy about!
I always enjoy the fact that several people have thought the Scarlet Speedster was too powerful, so he was killed a few decades back. Yet today’s Flash comics are some of the very best stories featuring the character I’ve ever read.
In the last few days, I read online that Invaders from Marvel Comics, based on…
Baltimore Comic-Con is one of those great con experiences each year because they focus on comics! Yes, they do have some media guests, but they are often mostly known for comic- or genre-related shows! Happy 20th, BCC!
As much as I enjoy Baltimore Comic-Con, it also signals the time of the year when convention season begins to seriously wind down. I can’t help but think that Prince was right when he said, “Life is just a party, and parties weren’t meant to last.” Neither does con season.
I know this is somewhat early to be talking about this subject, but I felt it important to ride a certain hobby horse of mine—supporting Halloween ComicFest again this year! It takes place on Saturday, October 26!
I think Free Comic Book Day continues to soar even higher every year, and I hope the same can be said about Halloween ComicFest coming this month as well!