It’s Halloween, so we’re using that as an excuse to talk about some spooky scary comics and manga. There are plenty of suggestions for the discerning horror and supernatural fan including little known Eric Powell’s Hillbilly from Albatross Comics (which Producer Rob covered many moons
Sometimes you can accumulate too many comics, manga and graphic novels, and when that happens then it’s time for a good old-fashioned blowout, so join Andrew, Rob and Producer Rob for a special episode where there’s a little less conversation and a little more action.
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
So Disney have bought the lion’s share of the Fox media empire, which means Star Wars and Marvel fans have something to be happy about over the Christmas holidays. Meanwhile, we discuss the impact this will have on the Disney Princess register. Hey! Pointless things
Andrew and Mick trade back their new model Rob for the older, more comfortable version this week. The news is cause for some head-scratching as DC’s decide to do a JLA/Doom Patrol crossover with the rather odd title of Milk Wars. Meanwhile, Jude Law may
More comics and manga can only mean it’s time for another episode of 4-Panel. This week we have the unexpected return of Inhumans-watch! It’s almost as if we’re flogging a dead horse, but who could possibly do that to the Inhumans? Who? (Yeah, sarcasm is
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
2011 was fairly sparse in terms of quality entertainment, and while there were plenty of shows that were watchable, very few were memorable. That said, the year did have some saving graces, but sadly that only goes to show that the industry is capable of
It’s a sad fact that the only creatures the anime industry have been concerned with lately are cows, and like every other business in the world, the goal is to get more milk for their moo. Unfortunately, all they’ve been making is lots of cheese.
Raising a child isn’t easy, and every parent or guardian knows just how taxing all of the daily tasks can be, the sacrifices that need to be made in terms of work and social life, and the almost constant stream of considerations and worries. The