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4-Panel 101 – They’re Mandible-Licking Good

With the next DCEU movie confirmed as Shazam, DC also announce the third instalment of the “popular” Colonel Sanders – Justice League crossover. Meanwhile, Sega and Archie Comics end their partnership and we take a look at the BBFC’s most complained about movies. Our featured

4-Panel 100 – The New Communism of Manga

While Marvel try to avoid issues of racism with the Black Panther movie and seem to have an inability to count, DC are giving away a comic for free, and have a new candidate to sit in the director’s chair for Suicide Squad 2. Oh,

4-Panel 99 – Choc Ice with Gravy

It’s our first trans-continental episode this week as Mick gets magically transported to Dubai. We also have news future Spider-man movies (that isn’t actually news), and some very strange DC crossovers. Our featured comics and manga are Valerian: Ambassador of Shadows, Swordless by Nikki Kidura,

4-Panel 98 – We Need More Crumpet!

We’re back for another go on the comic-book carousel, and this week there’s the possibility of Captain Britain appearing in the MCU (maybe), the Hitchcockian influence in The Batman, a live-action Superman: Red Son, the trailer for The Inhumans TV series, and the announcement of

4-Panel 97 – This Statue Has Tassels

While the possibility of a Watchmen TV series is being thrown around, Sony want to make more random Spider-man related movies and a grade school in Japan is being turned into the world’s largest manga library. Our featured comics are Star Trek: The Next Generation

4-Panel 96 – The Simple Times of Billy Zane

With Jessica Chastain playing the Shi’Ar empress Lilandra in X-Men: Dark Phoenix we know that space-based mutant shenanigans are on the horizon. Meanwhile, James Gunn wants to change a little bit of canon in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and Naoki Uresawa’s manga series Pluto gets an

4-Panel 95 – Superman’s Special Wink

We head into strange territory this week as Canada finally makes it legal to publish crime in comics. Sony offer “clean” versions of films that don’t need cleaning, and someone at an unnamed firm had a terrible idea for San Diego ComicCon involving women and

4-Panel 94 – Mild Beryl’s Lovecraftian Overtones

So DC may be jumping on the slightly violent TV bandwagon with a possible Deathstroke series and Wizardworld announce their first inductee into their comic-book Hall of Legends. To say we disagree with their choice is kind of an understatement. Our featured comics are Valerian:

4-Panel 93 – The Teleporter Made Me Do It

It’s all change in the world of superhero movies with Joss Whedon replacing Zack Snyder at the helm of Justice League, the possible addition of Namor and Beta Ray Bill to the MCU, and other stuff. Our featured comics are Rocket #1, Superwoman #1 to

4-Panel 92 – Leaking From Every Orifice

This week we discover the trailer for Black Lightning and Batman & Justice League: The Manga, but the big news is that Fairy Tail is coming to an end (but expect a lot of spinoffs). Our featured comics are Suicide Squad: War Crimes, Secret Empire