In this weeks episode of the Drawn to Comics Podcast, Ken and Russ update their Phoenix Comicon report and analyze the show's security response to Thursday's potential danger. Then, they dive into a review of Wonder Woman, and Ken's interpretation of the classic heroine's role in the DCU is insightful!
This week on the Drawn to Comics Podcast, Russ explains how "Power Rangers" gave him hope for "Justice League," and Ken reveals how a recent trip to Los Angeles reignited his passion for pricing trends in comics. How are back issues priced? Is the Internet REALLY the more competitive option?
Warner Bros. has been the number one or number two highest grossing movie studio for nine out of the last 10 years. This past year Disney took the crown with a number of high-profile franchise releases. While most would think WB would come out of the gate with guns blazing
Director Zack Snyder just tweeted a first look at Jason Momoa as Aquaman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice! Momoa is set to appear as the character first in the March 25th, 2016 release and then star in Justice League Part One in 2017, followed by the solo Aquaman movie in
This week's comic book releases saw the debut of a new series from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, Black Cat return to the pages of Amazing Spider-Man, Valiant's Armor Hunters event continue in the pages of X-O Manowar, and much, much more. What was your favorite comic this week? Is
Please note, all the comics that are reviewed below represent those books that I am actually purchasing. What this means is while I would love to review every book that comes out in a given week, comic collecting can get expensive and I can only buy so many. Therefore, some
Released in the throws of DC’s Forever Evil event where all the Justice League teams have been temporarily deposed, Justice League 3000 #1 is one strangely timed issue. It's also incredibly divisive. You’ll either love the turn that writers Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis take in a Justice League title
It's that time of year again, when we take a moment to reflect on what is most important to us, and to give thanks. Here is what our favorite pop culture characters are thinking about:
11. Doctor Who is thankful for hot women who are 900 years his junior and have
The Flash: It could arguably be said that he is one of the most underrated founding members of the Justice League. He is not only super fast, but he is very intelligent as well as creative on how he is in tune with the speed force. I myself am a
Dial E was a crazy, profoundly strange, and zany series that pokes fun at the make up of super villainy. A short lived series written by China Miéville, Justice League 23.3 Dial E is the last hurrah of its wackiness. I have never read the Dial H series myself but,