• Comic Book Review: Red Lanterns #1

    Posted Friday, September 16th, 2011 05:00 pm GMT -4

    Of the six Lantern Corps not colored green, I think the Red Lantern Corps would be the natural choice to headline a book of their own. So when the New 52 was announced and DC Comics put a Red Lantern book on the list of new ongoing monthly series I was immediately interested. Since we […]

  • ‘Man Of Steel’ And ‘World War Z’ Changing Locations

    Posted Friday, September 16th, 2011 04:00 pm GMT -4

    It looks like two big films will be moving their production to new locations. If you happen to be near where they are filming, be on the lookout as you may be able to get a personal look at the films yourself! ‘World War Z’ Production Moves To London ‘World War Z’ has packed up […]

  • ‘The Vampire Diaries: The Birthday’ – Recap

    Posted Friday, September 16th, 2011 03:00 pm GMT -4

    This recap contains spoilers!  Proceed with caution! Season 3 began tonight with a trip to Tennessee just a few months after Stefan has left town with Klaus.  Klaus has been tracking a werewolf named Ray Sutton, and pretty much immediately I thought, “I am so glad I’m not Ray Sutton.”  Klaus arrives at a house […]

  • John Rozum Leaves ‘Static Shock’ And ‘Green Lantern’ #1 Is Recalled

    Posted Friday, September 16th, 2011 01:00 pm GMT -4

    John Rozum Leaves ‘Static Shock’ With a massive undertaking like relaunching an entire comic line, there are bound to be hiccups. DC’s New 52 experienced two of those today as one of the writers on ‘Static Shock’ left the series and one of the most-anticipated titles, ‘Green Lantern’, was recalled due to a printing error. […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Demon Knights’ #1

    Posted Friday, September 16th, 2011 11:03 am GMT -4

    To clarify, although Etrigan, The Demon, is the only figure depicted on this book’s cover, this is actually shaping up to be quite a cool team book!  I know ‘Demon Knights’ isn’t at the top of everyone’s pull list, but it’s quite fun and well executed!  Fans of the departed ‘Secret Six,’ I think this […]

  • Netflix Stock Trouble Leads To Rethinking The Company’s Future

    Posted Friday, September 16th, 2011 09:00 am GMT -4

    When Netflix announced that it was changing the pricing of its services to split streaming video and DVD rentals into two distinct options and begin charging for streaming, customers and fans of the service were distraught. However, until now, no one knew exactly how much. Since the change was announced in July, Netflix has lost […]

  • Movie ‘Source Code’ In Development For TV Show On CBS

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 10:00 pm GMT -4

    One of the most memorable sci-fi films that has come out this year so far is now being developed for the small screen! In an exclusive, THR has announced that Mark Gordon has sold a TV version of the sci-fi thriller ‘Source Code’ to CBS. Gordon will stay on to produce the project along with […]

  • Comic Book Review: Frankenstein Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #1

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 09:00 pm GMT -4

    This summer when Flashpoint was taking shape and my copy of Previews showed there would be a Frankenstein tie-in, I was skeptical at best. Once I saw that book would be penned by Jeff Lemire, I began to warm to the idea of a Frankenstein book. By the end of issue #1 is was hooked! […]

  • Comic Book ‘The Spectre’ May Haunt Fox TV

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 08:00 pm GMT -4

    Looks like another DC Comics hero is coming to the small screen in the form of ‘The Spectre’. According to Deadline, Fox has given the go ahead for a script to be written, which if deemed suitable by executives, may lead into a pilot. The script will be written by Brandon Camp (‘John Doe’) who is […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Batwoman’ #1

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 07:00 pm GMT -4

    Thank God for ‘Batwoman!’  This book is so good, it leaves me speechless!  It’s been a long and rocky road to get to fans, but it’s finally here and SO worth the wait!  Batwoman is Kate Kane, a modern day reinvention of a mostly forgotten figure from that vague time in between the Golden and […]

  • Special FX Guru Greg Nicotero Named Co-Executive Producer For AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 06:00 pm GMT -4

    AMC’s had its share of troubles working towards its second season. First showrunner Frank Darabont (‘The Mist’), who was so influential in getting the critically praised first season off the ground, left the show due to unknown differences. Then there were the financial difficulties that are rumored to have forced the writers to scale back […]

  • BBC Show ‘Primeval’ Evolves Into Canadian Spin Off

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 05:00 pm GMT -4

      In the same vein as other wonderful BBC shows like ‘Being Human’ and ‘Torchwood’, the campy and smart Sci-Fi series ‘Primeval’ on ITV is taking a first class flight to Canada. In a thirteen episode spin off called ‘Primeval: New Order,’  it will be “older, darker and scarier” than the UK original and be shown […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Deathstroke’ #1

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 03:00 pm GMT -4

    In the days of old (i.e. when I was a kid), Deathstroke was one of the Teen Titans’ rogues gallery as he had blood ties to one of the young team’s members. In more recent DC continuity, Deathstroke has been a hitman and hired thug. I think of him like a negative version of Marvel […]

  • Book Review: The ‘Metrozone’ Trilogy By Simon Morden

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 01:01 pm GMT -4

    Book 1: Equations of Life It’s London, England after Armageddon. Europe has been nuked by Christian fundamentalists, Russia’s a criminal kleptocracy, and America is in the hands of the extreme religious right; Japan has copied Atlantis and has sunk beneath the waves. It seems that every last refugee in the world has found their way […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Superboy’ #1

    Posted Thursday, September 15th, 2011 11:00 am GMT -4

    This is going to raise some eyebrows to say the least.  While ‘Justice League’ and ‘Action Comics’ are set five years ago, most of the other New 52 books set in the present have gone out of their way to maintain most of the events that went on pre-’Flashpoint.’  Here’s where that all ends.  Even […]