Tag: comic books

Suburban Metal Dad, Webcomics

Suburban Metal Dad #870: “Spawn Vs. Venom,” or “Career Opportunities”

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Books, Comics and Graphic Novels

Comic Retribution: A Man Called Super Cool

Can you handle the far out green?...

Suburban Metal Dad, Webcomics

Suburban Metal Dad #436. “Comics Novels”

Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday.  Click the pic to...

Book Reviews, Books

Book Review: Matthew Phillion, “The Indestructibles: Breakout”

My fellow Gatehouse Media editor Matt Phillion is at it again: “The Indestructibles: Breakout” (PFP Publishing), his sequel to last...

Popdose Conceptual Theater

Popdose Conceptual Theater: Heavy Liquid

Paul Pope is a comics rock star. From his first self-published graphic novels in the early 1990s, his singular vision and staggering...

Comics and Graphic Novels, Television

Just Wondering: 10 Questions for Fans of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “Gotham,” and “The Flash”

I have to admit that I’ve kind of given up lately on brainy, morally ambiguous cable and Netflix shows like “House of Cards,”...

Comics and Graphic Novels, Extra Medium, Film

Extra Medium #6: 7 Reasons Why “Daredevil” Shouldn’t Make Us Hate Ben Affleck

Comics don’t stay in comics. For better or worse, most comic books are produced with the hope they will lead to films, cartoons,...

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Popdose Lists

The 9 Worst Legacies of ’90s Pop Culture

Most unfortunate pop culture trends from the '90s are dead and gone, but here are nine that live on like annoying zombies....

Comics and Graphic Novels, Extra Medium, Film

Extra Medium #4: The Top 10 Worst and Best Things About “The Avengers”

Just in time for its arrival on DVD and Blu-ray, Mick Martin takes a look at "The Avengers."...

Books, Kirkus Reviews

Popdose at Kirkus reviews: Writing Comics History with the “Hand of Fire”

For almost 80 years, Kirkus Reviews has served as the industry bible for bookstore buyers, librarians, and ordinary readers alike. Now...

Books, Kirkus Reviews

Popdose at Kirkus Reviews: “Captain Canuck: The Complete Edition”

For more than 75 years, Kirkus Reviews has served as the industry bible for bookstore buyers, librarians, and ordinary readers alike. Now...

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Books, Kirkus Reviews

Popdose at Kirkus Reviews: Favorite Thor Moments

Kirkus Reviews, founded in 1933, is a venerable institution in the media world. For more than 75 years, Kirkus has served as the industry...

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Basement Songs, Comics and Graphic Novels, Music

Basement Songs: Announcing “Wendover”…

How does a comic book come together? By chance and friendship. Read today's Basement Songs to find out about the latest (co) creation by...

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Film, Popdose Interviews

Popdose Interview: The Man Behind Green Lantern’s (Fan-Made) Power Ring

An incredible-looking fan-made trailer for Warner Bros.' upcoming Green Lantern adaptation has had the Web all aflutter recently --...

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Books, How Bad Can It Be?

How Bad Can It Be?: “Devil Dinosaur Omnibus”

If it's Friday, it must be How Bad Can It Be? -- and this time, Jack Feerick is leafing through the pages of Jack Kirby's Devil Dinosaur...

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DVD Reviews, How Bad Can It Be?

How Bad Can It Be?: “Turok, Son of Stone”

I’m a big believer in simplicity where simplicity is called for. As cosmopolitan adult audiences, we’re supposed to sneer at...