This week Detective Comics celebrates it’s 900th issue, Deadpool heads back to the 80’s and we see the rise of Thanos, plus much more in this week’s Pull List.
The Ninja Turtles have been cast, bad news for Dredd fans, the first look at the new Zombieland cast and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Veronica Mars destroys Kickstarter, Jurassic Park 4 has a director, Karl Urban starring in a futuristic cop show for Fox and JJ Abrams and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe hold down the fort while Chris is touring the East Coast convention scene and talk about the future of Evil Dead, Godzilla’s illustrious cast, RZA taking Man with the Iron Fists too seriously, AMC’s new streaming service, Karl Urban in anything and much more.
Tons of directing news his week including what’s next for Christopher Nolan and who’s directing Y: The Last Man along with Sin City 2 and Godzilla casting news and Jurassic Park IV is on the way.
This week on the first official podcast of 2013, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the shockingly violent Evil Dead trailer, Django Unchained’s effect on audiences, Godzilla, Dragon Sound vs ninjas, Game of Thrones, Swamp Thing and much more.
Not a whole lot of news this week but we did learn the titles of a couple of upcoming sequels, the release date for the new Godzilla and that you can now play Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon with Google.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about gritty reboots of Alf and The Noid, Clint Eastwood’s ornery baseball scouting, Bob Hoskins, horrible Expendables 2: The Game voice acting, bad horror reboots and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe give you all the Comic Con news that is fit to print, including the Oz the Great and Powerful trailer, the new Deadpool game, Punisher: Dirty Laundry, Marvel announcements, giant monsters as well as how terrible The Thing prequel was, Blade, the final two chapters of the Alien Quadrilogy and Patrick Stewart as a ghost.
It’s fitting that a disastrous movie like 1998’s Godzilla would have an equally disastrous theme song like “Come With Me” by Sean “P. Diddy” Combs