REview: Invincible (2021) | Homage To Modern Age Superheroes

Amazon’s Invincible – based on the Image comic book created by Robert Kirkman (of The Walking Dead) is a love letter to the modern age superhero. In fact, depending upon what you think about that will probably have a lot to do with how you feel about the series. The story so far – only […]

Valiant Movie Universe: Too Little, Too Late?

Based on a deal between Valiant Entertainment and DMG Entertainment, characters like Bloodshot, Harbinger and Archer & Armstrong will be coming to your local cinema, though there’s an important question which I don’t see being asked, which is if there’s an audience for them. Currently, there’s a Big Two as far as movies based on comic books go, […]

New York Times Story On Creator-Owned Comics

Today’s New York Times has a neat story about creator-owned comics, and the role they play in today’s comic business, even though it mainly deals with Image comics.  It also mentions Rob Liefeld, who is bringing Youngblood back. I hope that he took a few art lessons while he was away because a lot of […]

New-Gen: New Player in Town?

Comic book characters have been on television and in movies for many years, though the publishers of such characters have in the past been more numerous. These days, most superhero films either come from either Marvel Studios (a division of Walt Disney, and based upon characters like Spider-Man, Captain America, The Fantastic Four,  Thor, the […]