Jun 19th 2013 By: Joe Hughes
Jun 19th 2013 By: Chris Sims
One of my favorite things about Regular Show -- and folks, I have a lot of favorite things about Regular Show -- is the way it uses common elements of my life to form the foundation of its weird magical realism stories. Video games, the best VHS tape in the world, that's the stuff I can identify with.
Now, in the backup story in Regular Show #2, Shaun Steven Struble and Sina Grace are taking on one of my favorite teenage activities: Attempting to stay up all night. Check out a preview below -- plus all the variant covers for the issue!
Jun 19th 2013 By: Bethany Fong
Jun 19th 2013 By: Matt D. Wilson
It's been a long wait since DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation officially announced the new animated series Beware the Batman back in March 2012, but the show is finally debuting July 13 at 10 a.m., and Cartoon Network has released a slew of promotional material to coincide with the premiere.
Check out a brand new sizzle reel for the CGI-animated series, which features Anthony Ruivivar as the voice of Batman/Bruce Wayne, along with quite a few screenshots of Bats and villains like Professor Pyg after the jump!
Jun 19th 2013 By: Andy Khouri
One of our favorite comic book artists, JH Williams III routinely bewilders us with the always beautiful illustrations and impressive designs he creates for Batwoman, the DC Comics series he also co-writes with W. Haden Blackman that was among our selections of the best comics of 2012. Having had the pleasure of seeing Williams' original art in person at last year's MorrisonCon, I can confirm that all the delicate and precise intricacies of the Batwoman artwork are right there on the page, which for those of us not gifted with drawing talent seems impossible to believe and invites the question: how the hell does he even do that?
Fortunately, Williams elaborated on the process behind his most recent Batwoman cover, issue #21. As it turns out, it's remarkably simple, as you can see below.
Miniature monster figures inspired by Mattel/Bandai's classic M.U.S.C.L.E. line may just be experiencing a renaissance on Kickstarter. Following the success of three waves of OMFG! figures from George Gaspar and October Toys, the famed designer action figure purveyor known as The Sucklord is working to bring his own Gaspar-sculpted S.U.C.K.L.E. (Simply Unimportant Collectible Kitschy Little Eyesores) figures to life.
Jun 19th 2013 By: Chris Sims
High concept books can be a pretty mixed bag. It's one thing to come up with one of those compelling, bizarre premises that grab the reader's attention, but if the substance isn't there to back it up -- or even if it's done in the wrong tone -- they fall flatter than just about anything else you'll find on the shelves. When they work, though, the results can be pretty amazing, and fortunately, Damon Gentry and Aaron Conley's Sabertooth Swordsman is definitely the kind that hits.
It's a big, sweeping adventure with new, strange twists on a story we've all seen before, and its also one of the most fun comics I've read in a long while.
Not to be outdone by DC Collectibles' ongoing Batman: Arkham Origins/Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate video game tie-in action figure reveals, Mattel's unloaded two new promotional images of its 6" B:AO Batman and Deathstroke toys. The timing is solid considering last week's steady stream of E3 reveals, including new gameplay footage and screen shots of Batman confronting an army of goons hired by Black Mask to wipe him from the streets of Gotham. Serving as Batman's most capable rival in terms of combat, Deathstroke's been a major player in game promos, which is probably why Mattel's honed in on the increasingly action figure-ified villain for its retail line.
Jun 19th 2013 By: Matt D. Wilson
'Man Of Steel' Producer Christopher Nolan Disagreed With Film's Controversial Ending [Spoiler Audio]
If you're mad about the ending of Man of Steel, particularly the one event that seems to have most touched a nerve with some Superman fans, don't lay the blame at the feet of co-plotter and producer Christopher Nolan. At least, not all of it.
Director Zack Snyder and screenwriter David S. Goyer had to convince Nolan (also the director and co-writer of The Dark Knight trilogy) that the controversial moment was the way to go. Read the whole, spoiler-filled story and hear it in podcast form after the jump.
Link Ink: Super 'LEGO Movie' Trailer, The Justice League Head To Target And Hulk And His Smashing Agents
Jun 18th 2013 By: Andy Khouri
On sale this week is the 25th issue of DHP, which the publisher has stuffed with 80 pages of new material including the first Dark Horse work by Matt Fraction, who offers a trippy time-travel story with mind-bending artwork by Christian Ward. DHP #25 also features the start of a new Buffy The Vampire Slayer serial by longtime Buffy writer Jane Espenson and artists Karl Moline & Andy Owens; and "Underground," a violent new serial conceived by author Andrew Vachss. And of course new episodes of Fred Van Lente and Freddie Williams II's sixties superhero revival "Brain Boy"; Ron Randall's cyberpunk "Trekker," Mike Baron and Steve Rude's political space opera "Nexus"; Dan Jolley and Leonard Kirk's resurrected DC project "Bloodhound"; and more.
Dark Horse Presents #25 goes on sale tomorrow (Wednesday, June 19), but below you'll get an extended preview of the auspicious issue that includes never-before-seen pages.
Jun 18th 2013 By: Chris Sims
This year's San Diego Comic-Con International is almost upon us, and that means it's time once again for that harrowing social experiment where retailers put a limited number of items in a gigantic room with 150,000 fans and sit back to watch the chaos. It's basically the kind of thing that the Joker does, but on the upside, somebody's going to walk away with some pretty cool stuff.
Case in point: Entertainment Earth's SDCC 2013 exclusive Regular Show and Adventure Time Lunchboxes, based on the Cartoon Network shows (and the awesome Boom! Studios comics). Check 'em out (as well as some suggested uses) after the jump.
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