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Graphic Detail: Detective Comics Vol. 1 - Faces of Death

By Eric GarneauJune 7, 2012
Graphic Detail takes an in-depth look at a new graphic novel or trade paperback released each week. If you follow DC Comics' current line of Batman books, you've probably heard that his self-titled series (y'know, Batman) is the best one of the bunch. That's pretty much ... More  →
Graphic Detail: Detective Comics Vol. 1 - Faces of Death

Comics Catch for June 6, 2012

By Eric GarneauJune 6, 2012
Comics Catch compiles short reviews of a bunch of new comics worth reading every Wednesday. ... More  →
Comics Catch for June 6, 2012

Glee Project Episode 1: "Individuality" Recap

By Eric GarneauJune 6, 2012
Welcome to your official Glee Project recaps, friends. Now that the 14 contestants on this show have been set up (by Saturday's episode 0, did you notice?!) one of these young hopefuls is going to sing, dance, and dramatize his or her way into a ... More  →
Glee Project Episode 1:

5 Superheroes That Would Benefit from Film Adaptations

By Eric GarneauJune 5, 2012
It's pretty much common knowledge by now that one way to make a ton of money at the box office is with a movie based on a beloved comic book character (or group of characters). If you doubt this, you should probably look at how ... More  →
5 Superheroes That Would Benefit from Film Adaptations

Glee Project Recap Episode 0: The Final 14

By Eric GarneauJune 4, 2012
Whether or not you're still on the Glee bandwagon after three seasons, you've got to admit there's something really special at the heart of that show. The dreams of youth, the harsh realities of failure... that's captivating stuff. It's certainly over-dramatized at times, but there ... More  →
Glee Project Recap Episode 0: The Final 14

Graphic Detail: Starman Omnibus Vol. 1

By Eric GarneauMay 31, 2012
Graphic Detail takes an in-depth look at a new graphic novel or trade paperback released each week. "We're the children of the super-powered craziness that infests the planet. And we are destined to perpetuate it." ... More  →
Graphic Detail: Starman Omnibus Vol. 1

Comics Catch for May 30

By Eric GarneauMay 30, 2012
BOOK OF THE WEEK: Star Trek The Next Generation/Doctor Who #1: IDW—the comic company that found a way to make Transformers fight HP Lovecraft monsters—has done it again with this wonderful crossover that bridges two of science fiction's most-beloved properties, the classic Star Trek (Next ... More  →
Comics Catch for May 30

On LGBT Characters in Superhero Comics

By Eric GarneauMay 25, 2012
Given the recent news that a longtime DC hero (or villain, maybe) would soon be reintroduced as a "prominent gay character," not to mention the impending nuptials of Canadian mutant Northstar to his boyfriend Kyle Jinadu over in Marvel's Astonishing X-Men, it seems that mainstream ... More  →
On LGBT Characters in Superhero Comics

Showrunner Dan Harmon Fired From/Quits Community. What Comes Next?

By Eric GarneauMay 22, 2012
Given its consistently low ratings and poor network treatment, Community fans are used to fearing for the life of their beloved show. So when NBC announced that they were officially renewing this wonderfully geeky sitcom for at least half a season this coming fall, we all ... More  →
Showrunner Dan Harmon Fired From/Quits Community. What Comes Next?

Here's Preview Art for New Comic, Captain Marvel!

By Eric GarneauMay 21, 2012
During our coverage of last month's C2E2 convention, we mentioned the upcoming series Captain Marvel, which Marvel exec Arune Singh compared to last year's fan-favorite Daredevil. As the book's July 18 release grows closer, we're beginning to believe the hype. Sure, the name alone isn't enough ... More  →
Here's Preview Art for New Comic, Captain Marvel!