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Kurt Busiek, apologist for Marvel's destroyers

No surprise at this point Busiek would side with Alonso/Brevoort/Spencer's take on Captain America: Next person who wants to tell me what Jack Kirby thinks, unless they’re Jack’s family or friends, can get in line at the sign marked EXIT.— Kurt...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 8, 2016

A Spoiler-Spangled Captain America #1 Review

Well the first issue of Steve Rogers: Captain America has caused a bit of a shake up in the comic book industry, second only to DC’s Rebirth. If you don’t know by now, which means that you are living in an internet blackout, Steve Rogers...
by Black Ship Books on Jun 6, 2016

Who Died in Civil War II # 1?

Last week’s Civil War II # 1 from Marvel Comics by Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez kills off two superheroes in one issue alone. More of the variant covers after the jump. So... The post Who Died in Civil War II # 1? appeared...
by The Fanboy SEO on Jun 5, 2016

Why Forbes is wrong to serve as apologist for Nick Spencer's take on Steve Rogers

Forbes movie writer Mark Hughes may have written some commentaries in the past I could agree with, or even respectably disagree with. But with this recent essay of his, where he claims Captain America fans are wrong about Spencer and Brevoort's retco...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 4, 2016

Civil War II #1 Review

Civil War II #0 went over like a lead balloon here at The Revolution. Having said that, #0 issues are often misses rather than hits. So, with that in mind, let’s hope that Marvel Comics has something special in store for us with Civil War II #1...
by Comic Book Revolution on Jun 2, 2016

Which supervillain from Avengers cannot be used in the movies?

According to CBR's Spinoff Online, Kang the Conqueror is one supervillain from the Avengers who can't be used in Marvel/Disney's own movies at the moment, because of some slapdash contracting agreements. In other words, for as long as there's Marvel...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 2, 2016

Stan Lee adds insult to injury

Anyone who knows Lee's MO well enough knows he never criticizes Marvel under any circumstances, being as he is a product of a time when it was believed you shouldn't speak negatively of your workplaces. But this time I think he's really stepped in it...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 31, 2016

Blockbuster movie and music billboards around L.A. in May 2016...

Being away from L.A. for two weeks this past month didn't stop me from capturing a veritable smorgasbord of blockbuster movie and music billboards in May 2016, so enjoy this selection of film ad creatives from the big and small screen, plus the lates...
by Jason in Hollywood on May 29, 2016

The Terrigen Mists transform Kamala Khan to Ms. Marvel!

Meet Kamala Khan.  She’s 16 years old.  Into Avengers fan fiction.  Good at school.  Bad at fitting in. So when the Terrigen Mists from the recently detonated Terrigen Bomb descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting Inhuman… Fit...
by LowBrowComics on May 28, 2016

Planet Earth is the heart of Eternity

    Starbrand and Nightmask #6 (2016) Writer:  Greg Weisman Artist: Domo Stanton Colorist:  Rachelle RosenbergFiled under: Marvel Comics, Nightmask, Starbrand Tagged: comics, Eternity, marvel, Starbrand & Nightmask...
by LowBrowComics on May 28, 2016

Civil War II

Civil War II is an upcoming comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics that is scheduled to debut in June 2016. It is the sequel to 2006’s “Civil War” and consists of an eight issue eponymous core limited series, by w...
by LowBrowComics on May 27, 2016

War Machine is offered the position of Secretary of Defense. (Civil War II)

From: Civil War II #0 (2016) Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Olivier Coipel Colorist: Justin PonsorFiled under: Civil War II, Marvel Comics, War Machine Tagged: Civil War II, latveria, War Machine...
by LowBrowComics on May 27, 2016

War Machine, Captain Marvel, She-Hulk and Black Panther vs. Thanos (Civil War II)

  From: Civil War II (Free Comic Book Day, May 2007) Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Jim Cheung Colorist:  Justin Ponsor  Filed under: A-Force, Black Panther, captain marvel, carol danvers, Civil War II, crystal, Dazzler, lockjaw, M...
by LowBrowComics on May 27, 2016

Entertainment Weekly's letting Spencer/Brevoort get away with their terrible direction

Here's an interview EW did with both Nick Spencer and Tom Brevoort about turning Captain America into a Hydra terrorist. Predictably, all they can bring up are soft questions: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How long has this been in development? What inspire...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 27, 2016

Their obsession with denigration knows no bounds

It's basically the Truth: Red, White and Black all over again, as Tom Brevoort and Nick Spencer turn Steve Rogers into a Nazi/Hydra agent: Two words no one ever expected Captain America to say? "Hail Hydra." The new "Captain America:...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 26, 2016

Steve Rogers Captain America # 1 Reveals Cap as HYDRA Agent

Hail Hydra dear Steve! As a cliffhanger to this week’s Steve Rogers: Captain America # 1, writer Nick Spencer reveals that Steve is actually an agent of HYDRA. We’re throwing subtlety out the door because... The post Steve Ro...
by The Fanboy SEO on May 26, 2016

SPOILER REVIEW: Old Man Logan # 6

In last week’s Old Man Logan # 6 by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino, we head on to Bordertown Part 2. Logan’s future wife Maureen visits Logan to ask help in finding the dog... The post SPOILER REVIEW: Old Man Logan # 6 appe...
by The Fanboy SEO on May 25, 2016

Who are these so-called Marvel fans who insulted Kirby/Simon with their demands Cap "emerge from closet"?

The New York Observer published a disgusting item where a screwball posts several tweets and screenshots of supposed Marvel fans who want Captain America to be revealed as bisexual, or hardcore homosexual. And if the following says anything, it's tha...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 25, 2016

I'm just as baffled as J. Scott Campbell is

Campbell found a SJW accusing him of "sexism" just because of his art style, and had this little response to offer: Umm.. Huh.? RT @CouldBeComics: @JScottCampbell @CaptMarvelNews @MidtownComics Not even for Captain Marvel. I can't support s...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 24, 2016

X-MEN: Apocalypse: X-MEN: Apocalipsis (2016)

Sinopsis: Desde el inicio de los tiempos Apocalipsis, el mutante más poderoso que ha existido nunca, era adorado como un dios mientras acumulaba los poderes del resto de mutantes convirtiéndose en un ser inmortal. Tras miles de años dormido, despi...
by Peliculasmas.com on May 23, 2016


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