By Jen P
Over the weekend a hunk of trailers were released at Comic Con, but you might be surprised which one I’m most excited about. Continue reading
By Jen P
That’s right. You heard me. Leo and the gang are headed to Gotham to team up with the bat. DC Comics and IDW Publishing are producing a TMNT/Batman crossover comic, scheduled to hit shelves in November. Written by James Tynion (Batman Eternal, Constantine) and drawn by Freddie Williams II (Robin, Captain Atom), the mashup has already garnered lots of attention since its announcement at San Diego Comic Con last week, with a story placing the turtles in a battle against Shredder (no surprise there), General Krang, and most likely a whole slew of Batman villains to go up against along the way. Apparently, Krang has sent the turtles and Shredder across dimensions in an effort to finally rid himself of them all. The comic will be released as a 6-part miniseries with a new edition each week once it debuts. Continue reading
By T. Mack
Recently, Archie comics got a modern update and overhaul after nearly eight decades as part of American culture. Archie #1 brought the titular character–along with Betty, Veronica and Jughead–into the new millennium. Comicbook.com reports that the announcement was made today at SDCC that the CW has picked up the television adaptation of the iconic comic book. The show, titled Riverdale, was previously in development at Fox. Greg Berlanti, who is responsible for bringing us other gems like Arrow, The Flash and the upcoming Supergirl, is over the project. With Berlanti at the helm, odds are good the show will be worth checking out whenever it makes it to our screens.
By: T. Mack
San Diego Comic Com is this weekend and everyone is gearing up. Those of us who will not be there desperately wish we could. All eyes are turning toward the coastal city to find out all the juicy tidbits, spoilers and details we can for upcoming movies, television shows and a plethora of other things geek. Continue reading