The first Saturday of May has passed, and as is traditional the 4-Panel gang take a break from their usual shenanigans to pan for gold in the river of free comic books. So what nuggets (golden or otherwise), did Andrew and the back-from-overseas Rob find?
This week Mick and Graham go to “Hellboy” and back (which is pretty easy given that the cinema is just a short walk away), to report on Neil Marshall’s euphemistically-described troubled production. Is it as bad as the internet’s made out, or do they want
4-Panel rides back into town for another round-up of graphic literature goodness, and this week Andrew (the Comics Sage), Mick (Old Man Comics), are having a chat about comics that deserve more love and attention. Meanwhile, Producer Rob (Got Lost At The Checkout), has manga.
So we finally get our first proper look at the new, stand-alone movie about the Clown Prince of Crime starring Joaquin Phoenix, but can it match up to Jokers past? Does The Joker need a sympathetic origin story, and which actors played the role the
March has come to an end, so it’s time for us to attempt another journey up the mountains of comics and manga, but to our horror we’re a man down! So how did Andrew and Rob fare on their expedition? Well, this week they’e got
With the news that James Gunn has be rehired to direct the third chapter of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Andrew and Rob decided to take a look back at the long and somewhat complicated history of the space-faring team. From the current roster, through
This week, Andrew, Mick and Rob witness the birth of … (hang on because we’re pretty sure we can do that trailer thing in text) … a/ HER \o with “Captain Marvel”. As far as we’re concerned Brie Larson has always been our captain, but
The newest addition to the MCU is out, so naturally we went to see it and we’re here to talk about its good points, its bad points, and what we thought about some of the changes made to the original comics. Now that might be
After so many reboots, remakes, rehashes, retries and revamps, how can anyone make sense of superhero comic-book continuity, especially where alternate timelines are concerned. Aside from the parallel worlds and changes to history that become part of that particular “universe”, there are also the special
It’s the end of the month, which means it’s time for our new regular feature where we stare at the mountain of comics, graphic novels, manga and trade paperbacks, and try to cover as many as possible in one episode! Can we do it? Maybe.