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It’s the ape-mazing crossover you never knew you wanted (yes that was terrible, I’m sorry): King Kong and Planet of the Apes are colliding in a comic book miniseries from Boom! Studios. The miniseries, titled Kong on the Planet of the Apes, takes place in the timeline of the original 1968 Planet of the Apes movies, and will run for […]
- Hoai-Tran Bui
Boom! Studios, DeVito Artworks, and Twentieth Century Consumer Products have announced that they are teaming together to crossover the universes of King Kong and Planet of the Apes! Writer Ryan Ferrier (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Kennel Block Blues) and artist… Continue Reading →
- Jonathan Barkan
Welcome back to another Comics Corner. This week, we begin with Neil Gaiman's American Gods: Shadows #4 preview pages. Also: Planet of the Apes / Green Lantern #5, Venom #151, Plants vs. Zombies Vol. 7, Regression #2 from the legendary Cullen Bunn, Kill the Minotaur #1 plus five preview pages, and Ghost Island #2 Kickstarter details, while today's flashback section includes Sam & Twitch The Complete Collection Vol.1.
American Gods: Shadows #4: "During an overnight stay at their home, Shadow awakens to a visit from the third of the Zorya sisters: Zorya Polunochnaya. The Midnight Sister’s advice is ethereal and strange, yet vital . . . and Shadow can’t seem to separate reality from the dream world.
*A Starz TV show!
"Russell’s lyrical layouts bring Gaiman’s visual, »
- Tamika Jones
Kevin Feige Discusses Possibility Of Avengers And X-Men Crossing Over Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige opens up about the chance of the Avengers and the X-Men crossing paths in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Feige’s comments about the subject are far from the first time the question of the two superhero teams uniting [...]
Continue reading: Avengers: Kevin Feige Talks Chances Of X-Men Crossover »
- Reggie Peralta
With The Last Jedi on the horizon, a couple new Star Wars book releases over the last few months have offered some interesting teases of what's (potentially) to come, and added other key details into the new canon. As such, it's time to break it all down and get a grasp on the current "State of the Galaxy."
Obviously, I’m a little behind on this one as a couple of big novels have launched since our last State of the Galaxy update. However, that means there’s plenty to talk about, but if for some reason you haven't checked out these books and still want to be surprised, I'm going to be blasting full bore into spoiler territority.
The Fate of Jar Jar Binks
I’ll keep this short, as word of this landed online before the book launched, but it’s an important revelation for a major (whether »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
Marvel has done well creating their shared movie universe, displaying far better execution with their properties than their rival DC Comics. Using 2008’s Iron Man as a launching pad, The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a box office juggernaut, executing phase after phase with near perfection.
While having massive success in theaters, Marvel has slowly been building a secondary universe on the small screen. Beginning in 2013 with Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for ABC, and then teaming up with Netflix to bring a grittier, more adult show with 2015’s Daredevil. Marvel’s movie universe tends to make use of the bigger and more mainstream characters, while the TV shows have focused on the lesser known Marvel properties such as Jessica Jones and Iron Fist.
Related: Marvel's TV Shows Need To Cut & Run From Marvel's Movies
- Seth McDonald
Marvel's Cool with People Crossing Over to DC Marvel Comics and DC Comics have long had a rivalry. They are competing business enterprises, after all. But that rivalry has always been more rabid among the fans than the companies themselves. For decades people loved to pit the comics against each other, and now they're doing it with the movies as well. But does that animosity exist between Marvel Studios and Warner Bros.? Not really, at least according to Kevin Feige. The Marvel Studios honcho confirmed they don't force their actors into contracts that stipulate what other superhero projects they can and cannot take on. That's why they're totally okay with Josh Brolin going from playing Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War to Cable in Deadpool...
- Peter Hall
Lorde is ready to rock Coachella -- after a warm-up gig, that is.
The 20-year-old singer prepared for her first concert in nearly two and half years with a surprise concert in Pioneertown, California, on Friday.
Related: Lorde's New Music Is Here! Listen to Her 'Complex' Song, 'Green Light'
Lorde, who is expected at Coachella on Sunday, warmed up at Pappy and Harriet's, just 50 miles from the festival's grounds -- in a completely sold-out performance.
The singer performed "Green Light" and a few more of her brand new songs for the first time live.
Related: Lorde Talks 'Crossing Over' Into Adulthood Ahead of 20th Birthday, Promises New Album 'Soon'
Whether or not Lorde kills it at Coachella, she's definitely got a fan in Taylor Swift. In fact, the 27-year-old singer has already praised her friend's new music, calling her new track, "Green Light," a "magnificent pop for the ages."
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Like it or not, we don't know a heckuva lot about Marvel and Netflix's The Punisher TV series, starring actor Jon Bernthal. That's cool. We know secrets are a big deal with these superhero films and shows. So, what do we know? Let's break it down...
Daredevil Season 2 established Frank Castle (Bernthal) as a decorated combat veteran with a bullet in his head and a tendency toward bloody, visceral violence. By the end of Season 2 Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) and Frank Castle, despite some violent interactions, had established a kind of non-agression pact (more like a temporary cease fire), and they even forged a brooding respect for one another -- to the extent that the Punisher freely stalks rooftops in Hell's Kitchens shooting ninjas, and Daredevil seems mostly Ok with that. As a jumping off point, Castle embraced his alter ego, burned down his house, and walked away with an »
- David Kozlowski
Lorde is back!
The 20-year-old singer-songwriter has released her first single since 2014 -- and "Green Light" was worth the wait. Not only did Lorde drop her latest track on Thursday, she also unveiled a music video to go with it. Watch below.
Watch: David Bowie's Son Praises Lorde's Emotional Tribute at Brit Awards
Lorde took to Twitter to preview the song on Wednesday, telling fans that "it's the first chapter of a story I'm gonna tell you, the story of the last two wild, fluorescent years of my life. This is where we begin."
The New Zealand-born star also couldn't help but gush a little bit about how "proud" she is of the song.
"It's very different and kinda unexpected," she tweeted. "It's complex »
It may not be the #SterolineJuneWedding fans were hoping for, but Stefan and Caroline will walk down the aisle on The Vampire Diaries‘ penultimate episode — and we finally have our first look at the big day.
PhotosVampire Diaries First Look: [Spoiler] Crashes the ‘Steroline’ Wedding
As revealed in the trailer for the March 3 episode (8/7c), appropriately titled “We’re Planning a June Wedding,” Damon decides that the best way to lure Katherine (aka the new Queen of Hell) out of hiding is to throw the one party she can’t possibly pass up: Stefan and Caroline’s nuptials.
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A few weeks back, Lrm had a story where Greg Berlanti (Creator of Black Lightning and all the CW DC shows) said that it would be highly unlikely that the worlds would crossover if it even existed. One of our ace reporters here -- oh, who am I kidding, it was just me -- wrote that he did not actually say, "No." Additionally, I speculated how cool it would be to tie the Speedforce into Black Lightning's powers, and that Berlanti's phrasing makes me think that it could fail on Fox and simply end up on The CW anyways. Well, it appears that the show did not even make it to the pilot as Fox has dropped the big budget show.
Now, Deadline is reporting that CW is eyeing the show and that it »
- Drew Carlton
John Edward, the psychic medium and star of the show Crossing Over With John Edward, is starting his new U.S. tour this month. Edward’s show Crossing Over aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2000, in which he gave psychic readings to audience members. The most incredible thing he’s seen in his psychic career, however, wasn’t an outlandish vision into the future. Instead, he […]
- Kate Chia
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