Today we learned that iZombies executive producer Diane Ruggiero-Wright Misfits reboot Was given a pilot order at Freeform. Deadline reported that the American version of The British show has already cast 4 of the 5 members of the show's original juvenile delinquents. Let's check it out below.
It's heeeeere! Hey Kids, Comics! has hit the two-hundred issue mark with a look at the self-declared Better-Than-a-Golden-Age of Super-Hero movies!
The newest incarnation of the amazing Spider-Man will make his cinematic debut on May 6th of next year in Captain America: Civil War, played by Tom Holland. Many people are optimistic about an MCU version of Spidey while others are leery of yet another reboot so soon after the previous two versions. Cinelinx looks at what we know so far about the newest wall crawler in town, regarding what seems promising and what looks troubling.
DC and Dynamite Comics takes us back in time with a reunion of two dynamic duos that many will say is long overdue. Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet sees the two pair of heroes and their sidekicks, Robin and Kato, joining forces to battle evil for a third time. Since all the actors from the television show have either aged far beyond being able to don their respectable costumes or passed on, it’s a dream pairing that could only be made possible in the pages of a comic book.
The launch of Archie Comics' mature division is spearheaded by The Black Hood #1. Reminiscent of the now classic tales of the Minutemen and resembling Hooded Justice from that team, you have a rather solid idea of what direction we can expect the new monthly title to move in. However, it is darker in tone if you can even imagine that.
Scott Adsit has spent over a decade playing and voicing different supporting characters in dozens of television shows and movies. All his hard work is paying off thanks to the landmark role the actor took on for Disney’s incredibly popular Big Hero 6. He voices Baymax, the loveable inflatable robot, who lead character Hiro teams up with to fight evil in San Fransokyo.
When it comes to promoting its brand, there’s no denying Marvel Comics goes all out. The proof is in its successful forays into the world of both movies and television, video games, clothing, and countless accessories. Sometimes it’s hard to believe that it all started from a simple source like comic books, which most people consider to be child’s play. You can now add touring interactive event to the long list of successful endeavors as the Marvel Experience makes its rounds throughout the nation.