by Mike Lunsford, Editor SPOILER ALERT! You’re listening to the ComicsOnline Podcast. SeasonSeventeen. EpisodeTwelve. The Good, The Bad, The Finales. Recorded March 9th, 2017 via Skype. Kevin and Mike are joined by Andy Bartsch, artist and ComicsOnline.com contributor. The ...Read More »
by Mike Lunsford, Editor Welcome back to ComicsOnline Pirate Radio! We’re continuing our flashback to the 1990s called “The Time Lards.” This week’s episode: “Historical Dick Jokes. ” Mike, Kevin and their guest Trev hop into the DeLorean to travel ...Read More »
By Steve Monnich, reporter On the internet today you can find an article that will discuss pretty much every angle of comic books. You can find a matchup between any two characters created between 1939 all the way up ...Read More »
Audio and Video by Marc Lutz – Video Edits by Brittany Valenzuela SPOILER ALERT! You’re listening to the ComicsOnline Podcast. Season Fifteen. Episode ThirtyEight. Now With Extra Sass! Recorded June 16, 2015. This episode, Kevin, Troy-David, Megan, and Laura are ...Read More »
Audio and Video by Marc Lutz – Video Edits by Brittany Valenzuela SPOILER ALERT! You’re listening to the ComicsOnline Podcast. Season Fifteen. Episode Five. Recorded October 14, 2014. This episode, Kevin is recorded by Marc Lutz at Flashback Comics and ...Read More »
by Matt Sernaker, Managing Editor I don’t know about you guys, but there isn’t another movie that I have been more excited to see in 2014 than X-Men: Days of Future Past. To the uninitiated, this story is considered to ...Read More »
Does the world really need another LEGO game? Well, dear readers, I can assure you that the answer is a huge, resounding "EXCELSIOR!" Uh, I mean "Yes"!Read More »
May we present to you a stack of new screenshots from some of the newly announced characters that you can expect to see within the soon-to-be-released LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.Read More »
When is a super hero movie not a super hero movie? Does the inclusion of characters with strange and supernatural powers automatically consign a film to the increasingly dominant sub-genre mixing the most potent aspects of the science fiction and action categories, or is there wiggle room for a film to defy the tropes of the comic book super hero film as popularized by Marvel and DC in recent years?
The Wolverine evokes those questions despite the comic book origins of its characters and their super human abilities, because at its core it is an action film with a theme that questions the nature of mortality and immortality.Read More »
The series begins with a mysterious explosion at the X-Men's school, and the actions pick up a year later with Senator Kelly's Mutant Response Division (MRD) forces waging a war against mutants. Wolverine begins reforming the now disbanded X-Men when a new and more serious threat emerges as Xavier sends news from the future of a very dire apocalypse taking place that Wolverine and the X-Men must try to prevent.Read More »
As if more needs to be said, we here at ComicsOnline are passionate about all things geek pop culture. So when news arrives of an upcoming videogame that incorporates Lego and Marvel comic book characters, you can bet your house ...Read More »
by Terrence St John, Editor-at-Large So I’m a long time comic fan. A year ago I had to drop the habit of hitting my comic shop and picking up my favorite books. I had moved south and had not yet ...Read More »
by Kevin Gaussoin, Editor-in-Chief ComicsOnline recently had the honor and pleasure of an exclusive conversation with one of the co-stars from Red Dawn, Edwin Hodge. Our fans will remember Edwin from his roles in Heroes, Angel, Invasion… Or maybe from ...Read More »
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows is the best Spider-Man game ever.
The acrobatics, the story, the guest stars, the villains, the art, the multiple paths and endings... Wait! Before we really begin the love fest that is the recount of my perception of this game, let's pretend for a moment that this is a regular review you might find somewhere other than ComicsOnline, and nickpick it mercilessly, okay? Here goes...
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