This week’s SFSN Facebook Poll reveals that our listeners believe Audrey II is the hungriest Sci Fi character. Diablo Cody says the new Evil Dead has maximum gore. Spider Man the Musical in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. No one injured – this time. David Mack’s Kabuki featured in Dexter. Twilight movie causes seizures. The Walking […]
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Tonight we interview Nicole Hansche and talk about her upcoming Boston ComiCon appearance and her other plans. Also: Anne Hathaway as the newest Catwoman. Jughead vs. The Comic Code. Fringe returns with homage to The Muppets and Twin Peaks. NBC picks up Wonder Woman. Judge Dread (and boy am I). Web Shooters? Seriously? The latest […]
2010 Year In Review Part II (Because there were so many unanswered questions in Part 1) Worst Comic/Graphic Novel: Dome: Models, Inc. Java: Chaos War: Thor Dru: Titans: Villains for Hire Dead Redhead: End of Ex Machina/Restart of Wonder Woman Illustrator X: Too many to count Best Surprise Of the Year: Dome: Clare Kramer/Mercedes McNabb […]
RIP Dino DeLaurentiis Steve Moffat adding sexual tension to Dr. Who Website of the Week: Our Valued Customers. DC Comics claims Monthly’s are dying, Graphic Novels are the key to the future. Obscene and Heard, new game: The Marvel Brothel. Fringe – The Number Stations. The Walking Dead renewed. Zombies would clap if their flesh […]
One thing about being into comic books around the holidays; you know you’re going to get some pretty cool stuff. Of course, most people can’t appreciate the subtle joys of a silly-string web-shooter or The Saga of Battlestar Galactica on vinyl, but who cares? All you know is that you finally got that Emma Frost […]
Welcome to the first post of 2008, the year in which, if we can believe the hype, “everything changes”! At least, that’s what Marvel and DC are hyping, but so what? Marvel just decided to erase two decades of continuity by having the Devil change history so that Peter Parker and Mary Jane never got married. That means, every single Spider-Man comic you bought over the last two decades — TWENTY YEARS WORTH OF COMICS — never happened. So sorry. Please throw them all away.