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Marvel Offers First Look Inside Deadpool #28

3 February 2017 9:16 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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There’s no denying that Deadpool is currently one of Marvel’s hottest commodities. With a highly successful movie under the Merc with a Mouth’s belt and a sequel in the works, it only makes sense that the House of Ideas have the popular anti-hero headline more than just one comic book.

When issue #28 arrives, writer Gerry Duggan and artist Salva Espin will be the ones to kickoff the “’Til Death Do Us…” six-issue crossover also set to involve Spider-Man/Deadpool and Deadpool & the Mercs for Money.

It’s inevitable that most of us settle down and tie the knot at some point, but it’s not every day that someone exchanges vows with a demon succubus. Well, Wade Wilson isn’t the average person, so seeing him go through with something such as that doesn’t surprise us too much. »

- Eric Joseph

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FIrst look at ‘Deadpool #28′

3 February 2017 9:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Here’s your first look at Deadpool #28, the first chapter of ‘Til Death Do Us… Writer Gerry Duggan continues his sweeping Deadpool saga alongside artist Salva Espin for the first chapter in a blistering 6-issue crossover with Spider-Man/Deadpool and Deadpool & the Mercs for Money.

There’s something amiss with Deadpool’s marital bliss! And a domestic dispute as unpredictable as Deadpool himself could spell grave consequences for the entire world!

Some couples hit a rough patch from time-to-time – but only Deadpool & Shiklah’s include a full scale monster invasion of Manhattan! With Spider-Man and the Mercs for Money along for the ride! Deadpool’s whirlwind romance with Shiklah was one of the most exciting times of his life. But that was then and this is now. The honeymoon is over, and reality has set in. Shiklah is a demon succubus and Queen of a monster kingdom hidden deep below Manhattan. »

- Kat Wheat

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Deadpool’s marital troubles begin in first-look preview of Deadpool #28

3 February 2017 8:50 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Marvel has released an unlettered first-look preview of next month’s Deadpool #28, which kicks off the ‘Til Death Do Us…’ story arc as the Merc with a Mouth’s marriage to Shiklah hits the rocks; take a look here…

Some couples hit a rough patch from time-to-time – but only Deadpool & Shiklah’s include a full scale monster invasion of Manhattan! With Spider-Man and the Mercs for Money along for the ride! Deadpool’s whirlwind romance with Shiklah was one of the most exciting times of his life. But that was then and this is now. The honeymoon is over, and reality has set in. Shiklah is a demon succubus and Queen of a monster kingdom hidden deep below Manhattan. And problems between her and Wade continue to pile up.

Now, when an affront to Shiklah’s people demands justice, a line will be crossed. As Monster Metropolis declares war on the surface world, »

- Gary Collinson

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Joe Corallo: Meanwhile In Elseworld

24 January 2017 5:00 AM, PST | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

This past Saturday I participated in the Women’s March in NYC. While I marched with a group of burlesque performers and friends, other columnists here at ComicMix participated including Molly Jackson and Martha Thomases. It was an important moment of demonstration for the first days of the new administration here, and I’m glad I participated. For all of those reading who want to do something and were unable to attend I can assure you there will be plenty more opportunities to come.

Meanwhile, in my free time I’ve been reading some of the DC Comics Elseworlds. For those of you unfamiliar, these were stories that took place outside of DC Comics continuity that often involve alternate histories of what could have been. As you can imagine, that premise is really intriguing to me lately.

I’ve read four Elseworlds in the past couple of weeks, all of which were ones starring Superman. »

- Joe Corallo

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Osamu Tezuka’s “Metropolis” is a truly unique anime

16 January 2017 7:04 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

Based on the classic manga by Osamu Tezuka, itself inspired by the homonymous, 1927 German silent film by Fritz Lang, and featuring a script by the anime legend Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira), direction by Tezuka’s collaborator, Rintaro (Astro Boy), and animation by Madhouse,  “Metropolis” had all the tools for becoming a masterpiece. In that fashion, it succeeded to the fullest, taking advantage of its huge budget ($15 million) in the best way possible.

Metropolis is an industrial, tri-level city, where robots and humans co-exist, although the former are discriminated (they cannot even have a human name, resorting in codes to name themselves) and segregated to the lower levels. Duke Red is a paramilitary leader with ties to the government and a plan to create the most perfect robot of all, in the image of his deceased daughter, Tima. Furthermore, he has just erected a massive skyscraper called the Ziggurat, which he claims »

- Panos Kotzathanasis

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Metropolis at 90: the legacy of a pop modernist dystopia

10 January 2017 5:17 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Jim Knipfel Jan 17, 2017

We take a look back at the enduring legacy of the world’s first cinematic sci-fi epic, Fritz Lang's Metropolis.

In an interview with Peter Bogdanovich shortly before his death in 1976, Fritz Lang said of Metropolis, “You cannot make a social-conscious picture in which you say that the intermediary between the hand and the brain is the heart. I mean, that's a fairy tale – definitely. But I was very interested in machines. Anyway, I didn't like the picture – thought it was silly and stupid – then, when I saw the astronauts: what else are they but part of a machine? It's very hard to talk about pictures - should I say now that I like Metropolis because something I have seen in my imagination comes true, when I detested it after it was finished?”

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