If you’re looking for something to do this Saturday morning (September 19) at 8:30 AM EDT, the check out the Cartoon Network’s Super Hero Squad, featuring your favorite Marvel heroes and villains all kid friendlied up for your weekend pleasure. Take the jump for a gallery of images from Marvel.
One of my favorite finds from the 1980’s was Dave Stevens’ The Rocketeer.Â Since it wasn’t published by one of the big two at the time, I had a devil of a time tracking down the individual issues.Â Each comic book convention I’ve attended in the recent years, have either not had the missing issues I needed, or had the price jacked up beyond having a nice reader copy. Fortunately, this October (2009), IDW will release the complete collected Rocketeer series in a nice hardcover edition featuring a cover remastered from Dave Stevens original work. After more than a decade
Wow.Â I mean, really, wow. After the climactic explosion that ended last issue, and the announcement DC was canceling the Robin title in February, the fate of Tim Drake really seemed to be in question.Â Fortunately, comic books run like the Saturday morning serials of yesteryear, the reports of Timâ€™s death have been greatly exaggerated.Â That doesnâ€™t mean Robinâ€™s life wonâ€™t be shaken, in fact this issue might be the event that changes everything…again!
In which time travel becomes even more confusing If I had the ability to travel through time, there are many things Iâ€™d try and go back and fix in order to make the future better.Â One thing I know I donâ€™t want to do is travel to a future where a giant starfish has taken over the planet and Iâ€™m being cast into a pit of spores.
Longing for the days when you used to stumble downstairs in your jammies during the wee hours, grab your bowl of Sugar Frosted Chochy Snap Bombs and turn on the television to watch the Super Friends without waking your parents? Get your jammies and pray your grocery still carries Sugar Frosted Chochy Snap Bombs, cause Boomerang – the last place to see all your ’60’s and ’70’s cartoons without commercial interruption – is bringing fans a Super Friends marathon. DC Comicsâ€™ Justice League superheroes will save the day as episodes from four classic Saturday-morning animated series from the â€™70s and
The first season of The Spectacular Spider-Man begins to wrap up this weekend with The Sinister Six making an appearance in the episode entitled “Group Therapy”. The show has been doing gangbusters in the ratings, landing in the top spot for the 10 a.m. Saturday morning timeslot. Take the jump for the final three schedule, as well as more images featuring the Sinister Six.
According to Nielsen Research Media, The Spectacular Spider-Man scored high for a Saturday morning rating time slot. The premiere episode scored a 1.2/3 household rating, a 20 percent gain over the same time period a year ago, and marked a 25 percent growth in the Kids 2-11 demographic compared to a week previous. Even more interesting is the second episode in the back to back premiere scored a 1.4/5 mark for the 2-11 demographic. What does all this mean? The first number (1.4) represents the percentage of all televisions in the nation, while the second number (5) is the percentage