Stan "The Man" Lee who co-created the character, She-Hulk, has a great rebuttal for David S. Goyer after his very questionable She-Hulk rant. Click the link to see what Stan Lee had to say in response to the writer/producer.
John Carpenter's 1986 cult classic "Big Trouble in Little China" is set to get the comic book treatment. The company responsible for bringing us this series will be BOOM! Studios(Die Hard: Year One). Click the link to check out the announcement teaser image!
News stories about the military's development of high-tech suits of armor which would imbue soldiers with superhuman abilities abounded during the release of the first Iron Man movie in 2008. Well now, reports say they will be ready to test this summer.
I know there have been editorials about this very subject in the past, but the truth is, I've been wanting to do my own article about the unnecessary DC vs. Marvel competition(more like war) among fans for quite some time. And I feel it's the perfect time to do it.
Chronicle's Michael B. Jordan is in negotiations to play Apollo Creed's grandson in a Rocky spin-off movie. Sylvester Stallone will return as Rocky Balboa to train Apollo Creed's grandson into becoming a boxing champion for the next-generation. Yes, this is comic book related. Click the link for details!
An accredited psychotherapist extrapolates lessons learned by Clark Kent on his journey and struggle to become the man he was always destined to be in Man of Steel, to inspire people to become their own "Superman" or "Superwoman." Click the link to read his great advice.
The hit 80's action/adventure TV series has long been rumored to receive the big screen treatment. It looks like this project may be real after all, as a director has now possibly been tapped to helm Mac's feature film outing. Click the link for details!
A guy's perspective on the shocking lack of well done big screen adaptions for female comic book superheroes. My thoughts on why movie studios are hesitant, what superheroines would translate well to the big screen, and why comic book companies are missing out on such an important demographic, women!