Next Gen is a comic about the world of comic books, video games, and movies. It’s also about the equally vast world of familial relationships. Its author is Tim Jones, a recent college grad who spends his free time playing games, watching movies, free-running, or sailing. You can follow Tim on Twitter – @TimJones296.
By the time you read this, I’ll have seen Batman V. Superman, and I can tell you that it was [NOTE TO SELF: INSERT OPINION AFTER SEEING FILM]. Next Gen is a comic about the world of comic books, video games, and movies. It’s also about the equally vast world of familial relationships. Its author is […]
I want to share this article one last time. Perhaps part of the problem is the demographic that most of these film companies are trying to reach? “Next Gen” is a comic about the world of comic books, video games, and movies. It’s also about the equally vast world of familial relationships. Its author is Tim Jones, […]
San Diego Comic-Con just released their schedules for Preview Night and Thursday! There are plenty of panels to choose from and you may wind up a bit cross-eyed trying to get through it all. So we’ve sifted through the packed schedule and pulled out what we feel may be some of the “not-to-be-missed” panels of the […]
We are just a little over three weeks away from San Diego Comic-Con, which means that while Comic-Con International won’t be announcing the full SDCC schedule for at least another week and a half, studio announcements will start coming in almost daily. To get the ball rolling, Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment have just […]
In 2011, DC Comics creator Geoff Johns penned the time-twisting, alternate reality comic book arc, Flashpoint, to mixed reactions. It was a universe-altering whirlwind of revenge and destruction that played on the notion of uncontrollable super humans. DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation, and screenwriter Jim Krieg bring that complexity to the direct-to-DVD release, Justice League: […]
It’s official. Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern, is gay. The mystery was revealed on DC’s Source blog. I already discussed some of my feelings. Here’s what Earth 2 writer James Robinson had to say about the announcement in an interview with Newsarama: It was something I came up with when I was first putting […]
In which, your host, Pierce Lydon talks about why we need event books, why Avengers vs. X-Men is a great idea, and prescribes a treatment for the incurable “event fatigue.” The Avengers vs. X-Men announcement was met with the usual hemming and hawing from the usual suspects. Obviously, another event gearing up in the lead-in […]