Disney In Depth encompasses topics across all branches of Disney, even the occasional focus on the Alphabet Network.
This edition of the column previews ABC’s new Fall 2013 line-up of programming, which contains an assortment of offerings and even a few Disney tie-ins.
Continue below to check out the list of upcoming shows. [...]
Man, oh man, do I have a treat for you today. Boom! Studios has given us an exclusive sneak peek of the cover for Fanboys vs. Zombies #16, and being the gracious guy that I am, I’m going to let you see it!
Here at Geeks Of Doom, we have been given other opportunities to show off previous covers and you can see issue 9 here and issue 10 here. But when I saw this one, all I could think was THUNDERCATS, HO! This cover is by Jerry Gaylord (he also does the art in this issue, too).
Be sure to continue below to see the cover for Fanboys vs. Zombies #16! [...]
It’s happening again, my week is just overloaded with all things awesome. So today I’m sharing a bit of that awesome with you in the form of a preview of IDW Publishing‘s new release from R.A. Salvatore and Geno Salvatore. Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter #1, which comes out on April 10, 2013, is a shining example of everything you’ve come to know and love from the Salvatores and IDW.
Here below, check out the 10-page preview of Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter #1 that IDW recently released.
My commentary is nothing in comparison to what R.A. Salvatore had to say about the new miniseries [...]
FX didn’t used to be known for their high quality programing. Then shows like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Justified, Sons of Anarchy, An American Horror Story, and The League took the network to a new level. Now they are poised to climb a little higher in priority on your DVR at the end of January with the introduction of the ’80s spy drama, The Americans.
For most of 2012 FX has been running teaser commercials for The Americans that left viewers little to infer, besides the commies are coming. Featuring the hammer, star, and sickle that any fan of James Bond movies gone by would recognize as the former sigil of the red empire of mother Russia, these teasers did their job sparking my interest. [...]
Written by Jennie Wood
Art by Jeff McComsey
Release Date: February 15–March 15, 2013
Cover Price: $14.99
Due to hit the street sometime in late February or early March, the 110-page graphic novel Flutter takes the model of a super-powered being that we’re accustomed to in comic book lore, but immerses this conceptualization in an emotional journey of gender identity and sexual orientation. This graphic novel is certain to be a confronting, but enlightening read that you will not forget.
The preview copy we obtained is the first 25 pages of the graphic novel – and I can guarantee you that it sucks you right into the story immediately. The plot makes for compelling (and thought-provoking) reading as creators Jennie Wood and Jeff McComsey commence a journey that examines societal views on gender issues, with the remaining pages sure to be an important social commentary – as well as entertaining. [...]