Riverdale Releases a New Trailer for Season 2 Called Motive

Riverdale Releases a New Trailer for Season 2 Called Motive

*Spoiler Alert for the series finale* The CW’s newest TV hit Riverdale has released a new trailer. Riverdale, based on the iconic Archie comics, has released a new trailer for the upcoming season 2. It seems like the new season which ended on quite the cliffhanger will focus on the motivations of each character. While Jason Blossom’s killer was revealed, the reason why wasn’t entirely clear. It’s also unclear why FP was so willing to…

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Locke & Key has found its Locke for Hulu’s TV adaptation

Locke & Key has found its Locke for Hulu’s TV adaptation

Locke & Key has found its Locke for the Hulu adaptation. Hulu‘s upcoming adaptation of Locke & Key has finally cast its Locke for the TV show they’ve been developing. They’ve cast Frances O’Connor in the title role. While there doesn’t appear to be any word on the other roles, we can expect announcements in the not too distant future. Her credits include A.I. Artificial Intelligence from Stephen Spielberg, The Missing and The Conjuring 2….

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‘Brilliant Trash’ is an Attempt on a New Take on Superhero Comics

‘Brilliant Trash’ is an Attempt on a New Take on Superhero Comics

Brilliant Trash from an established creator working at DC and Vertigo is a new comic series. During a recent interview, the writer currently working on Nightwing and Imaginary Friends talks about his new series, Brilliant Trash. The co-creators of Tim Seeley as writer and artist Priscilla Petraites spoke about the series. While they have connections to major publishers, they chose indie publisher AfterShock Comics to release it. In it, a click bait reporter lives in…

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Is Robert Kirkman ending The Walking Dead comic or not?

Is Robert Kirkman ending The Walking Dead comic or not?

Robert Kirkman may or may not be ending The Walking Dead comic. In a recent panel on The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman appears to have said that he is ending the comic. He mentioned that he has an idea of how the comic will end and was actively working towards it. He didn’t give an expected end date for the comic. The AV Club reported the news on their website. However, in a Twitter post…

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Review: Black Hammer – Heroes After the Aftermath

Review: Black Hammer – Heroes After the Aftermath

Dark Horse Comics has a history of publishing interesting and weird super-hero teams. The End League saw a world in which villains had won, The Umbrella Academy brought us a team that was as dysfunctional as any team could be, and now Black Hammer presents a group of super powered beings who are no longer content with the sacrifice they made ten years prior. Writer Jeff Lemire has imagined a team that has a few very…

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Review: Campaigners Tackling the World

Review: Campaigners Tackling the World

Election years always have some representation in comics, one of the most famous examples is Barack Obama being featured in Amazing Spider-Man. Campaigners tries to capture the absurdity in modern politics through the scope of a potential future of 2076. Writer Brendan Hykes re-imagines debates as a no-holds-barred, brutal death-match, with the president being little more than a puppet, controlled by corporations. Not a terribly far cry from the current state of politics, to be…

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Review: Cryptocracy #1 – Illuminati or Bust

Review: Cryptocracy #1 – Illuminati or Bust

Cryptocracy isn’t your typical series. Instead of following a hero or even someone on the Lawful or Good end of the alignment spectrum, we follow a family who is running the world from behind the scenes. The first issue deals with the sabotage of a dark matter machine, keeping this technology out of the hands of the public. Nine families run the world from underground in sprawling facilities filled with Greys (atypical aliens), and in gigantic floating fortresses….

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REVIEW: Fight Club 2 HC – I Am Jack’s Perpetual Journey

REVIEW: Fight Club 2 HC – I Am Jack’s Perpetual Journey

Fight Club: A cultural rite of passage. Millions of people watch the movie or read the book in High School, leaving them awestruck, confused, enthralled. It’s appropriate that people become attached to the story in the tumultuous times of adolescence, as the story itself (described by author Chuck Palahniuk) is “about a lonely person looking for some way to connect with other people.” Other, more in depth, assertions of the novel state that it’s about redefining…

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Hellboy in Hell #10 – A Beautiful End

Hellboy in Hell #10 – A Beautiful End

Hellboy has a special place in my heart, always the reluctant hero, fighting demons, witches, and all manner of mythological baddies, smoking and cursing along the way. Hellboy in Hell began it’s ten issue run with Hellboy permanently dying after his years and years of fighting. After a total of 67 issues over two decades, it’s finally time for the character to earn his final rest. Titled For Whom The Bell Tolls, opening with the famous line of poetry from…

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Dark Horse Set to Publish Smite: The Pantheon War Graphic Novel

Dark Horse Set to Publish Smite: The Pantheon War Graphic Novel

Smite: Battleground of the Gods, the MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) game developed and produced by Hi-Rez Studios, has moved into the realm of comics with the help of Dark Horse Comics who has announced a collected edition for its three-issue digital-first series Smite: The Pantheon War, for later this year. Written by John Jackson Miller (Star Wars, Mass Effect), co-writer Jack Banish, and artist Eduardo Francisco (Eve: Valkyrie, Captain Midnight), Smite: The Pantheon War follows the looming war…

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