Tag Archives: Image Comics

4-Panel 136 – Magical Girl or Interpretative Dance?

Mick returns from his travels to join Andrew and Producer Rob for another hearty blast of comics and manga, which this week kicks off with the confirmation that Syfy have ordered the TV adaptation of Rick Remender’s Deadly Class, and the possibility that Steven Spielberg

4-Panel 135 – Banana-Flavoured Iron Fist

It’s often said that it’s not the destination that’s important but the journey itself, which is good news for us as we often wonder how can start with a simple bit of news and wind up somewhere … else. Aside from that it’s time for

Locke and Key

Locke and Key is a dark fantasy comic series expertly penned by Joe Hill and beautifully illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. With gorgeous artwork and a strong narrative, this is superb storytelling through sequential art. Be warned though – here be dragons. Horror, bloodshed and brutality

4-Panel 112 – Being Akira Malkovich

It’s time for more comic-books with 4-Panel, and this week we’re talking about bad Marvel partnerships, Taika Waititi’s film plans for Akira, art theft and the return of a British superhero team. We also continue our new scoring system and our ongoing descent into Nightwing’s

4-Panel 111 – Boy Meets Venom

This week on 4-Panel we talk about the biggest Iron Man story ever … at least according to Brian Michael Bendis. There are lots of terrible movie references – including one that is incorrect and from the movie guy no less (he should be ashamed).

4-Panel 107 – Black Bolt has the Best Lines

The ongoing saga about who will direct Suicide Squad 2 continues. Meanwhile, ABC have expressed some concerns about their Inhumans TV series … Oh, and Sheena: Queen of the Jungle is getting another live-action adaptation for some reason. Our featured comics are Serenity: No Power

Kills on Wheels

Representation is the big issue – who is having their stories told and which actors are being deprived of acting opportunities. Unfortunately, race and gender are as far as this dialogue have been extended. People who have lifelong disabilities either by accident or birth are

4-Panel 105 – Haunted Tanks Can Be Racist Too

While Tom King wants to bring back Sgt. Rock to fight more goose-stepping bad guys (for some reason), DC continue to desecrate childhood nostalgia with a new remake of The Jetsons. Our featured comics and manga are Bad Machinery, Queen Emeraldas volume 2, I Kill

4-Panel 103 – Even Space Dragons Need To Poop

There are a lot of unanswered questions this week, like why are the special effects of Inhumans … not very good, why can’t Zazie Beetz just use her real name instead of being called Domino, and why oh why DC did you decide to have