Imagine Carl Kolchak as a female reporter of color – covering the crime beat in 1972 Detroit – and you’d have Elena Abbott.
Abbott’s investigation of a series of grisly crimes (that the police have ignored – sound familiar?) leads to a dark magical force that was responsible for the death of her husband a decade earlier.
Written by Saladin Ahmed (Marvel’s Black Bolt, The Crescent Moon Kingdoms novels) and artist Sami Kivelä (Black Mask’s Beautiful Canvas), Abbott #1 will be available in print and digital, in January, 2018.
Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild reimagines the classic game show for TBS. Judging by the behind-the-scenes video that was released today, it must be as much to make the show as to participate in it.
TBS’ Snoop Dogg Presents The Joker’s Wild premieres on Tuesday, October 24th (10/9C).
Stranger Things 2 is just around the (very dark) corner.
On Friday, October 27th, prepare to meet a very ticked off Eleven, a very worried Joyce and some members of a secret government agenicy who are in way over their heads – not to mention for D&D-playing guys who, once again, find the fate of the world in their hands.
Consider, if you will, the scratchy yellow font on the poster for The New Mutants. Harsh against the blacks/grays of the background, it seems to be more of a warning than a reassurance.
The implication – borne out by a statement in the trailer that ‘baby rattlesnakes are more dangerous than adult rattlesnakes’ – seems to be that young mutants are the things that go bump in the night. They are the scary beasties.
Saban’s Power Rangers Artist Tribute, an oversized, commemorative hardcover from BOOM! Studios collects more than 60 pieces of original artwork featuring Power Ranger teams across all 25 years of the franchise, from Mighty Morphin to RPM to Ninja Steel.
Debuting in March 2018, Saban’s Power Rangers Artist Tribute features some of the most dynamic talents in comics, including Kris Anka (Runaways), Adam Gorham (Black Panther), Marcus To (Joyride), Dan Mora (Klaus), and more.
Saban’s Power Rangers Artist Tribute features an Introduction written by iconic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers actor Paul Schrier (“Bulk”), an Afterword by Brian Casentini (Executive Producer, Power Rangers content), and a cover illustrated by Felipe Massafera (Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern).
It’s a super fun show this week for GeekScholars Movie News where the hosts share their thoughts on an animated Ghostbusters movie, Jared Leto being cast as the late Hugh Hefner, and the Fast and Furious spin-off film that will focus on Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson’s characters. After that GeekScholars Chris and Fox present their spoiler-free review of Blade Runner 2049!
When I sat down to watch Happy Death Day, I was hoping for the best. After all the recurring day trope has provided some interesting and entertaining movies and several brilliant episodes of otherwise not so great TV shows.
What I wasn’t expecting was a genuinely clever series of variations on a theme that yielded some wildly divergent variations and a few really subtle ones. Also, plenty of wit and some great laughs.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Retribution, the fourth DLC Map Pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Published by Activision and developed by Infinity Ward, Retribution features four new multiplayer maps, and the highly-anticipated culmination of the Infinite Warfare zombies storyline called “The Beast from Beyond,” which takes players to an abandoned military base on a distant ice planet to fight the undead.