Melissa Benoist is Supergirl!

The search for Supergirl is finally over! CBS and Warner Bros. TV announced today that Glee star Melissa Benoist has landed the lead part in Greg Berlanti’s (Arrow, The Flash) and Ali Adler’s (The New Normal) upcoming superhero drama Supergirl. Benoist, a relatively new face on the small screen, is […]

Disney return to IDW!

IDW Publishing announced that they will bring Disney comics to print in a number of exciting formats. Beginning April 2015, fans can expect to see the first wave of classics featured in an array of award-winning and innovative publications from IDW. This monumental collaboration kicks off with multiple monthly […]

Secret Wars Live Kickoff Report

Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso and Senior Vice President of Publishing Tom Brevoort talked about some of the changes coming to Marvel with the upcoming Secret Wars this May at the Secret Wars Live Kickoff press conference held at Midtown Comics in New York City. The biggest announcement was […]

Preview: Ninjak #1

For the first time, Ninjak’s past and future collide in the pages of an all-new ongoing series from New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (RAI, Mind MGMT) and superstar artists Clay Mann (X-Men: Legacy, Gambit) and Butch Guice (Captain America, Action Comics)! Then: Meet inexperienced MI-6 recruit […]

Dynamite brings back Reanimator in April!

Dynamite Entertainment proudly resurrects one of horror’s most infamous villains in Reanimator, a four-issue miniseries written by Keith Davidsen and illustrated by Randy Valiente. Featuring the notorious Dr. Herbert West — the mad scientist created by weird fiction author H.P. Lovecraft — Reanimator debuts its first issue in April […]

Cult Cartoon Essentials: Recess

Recess ran for six seasons (65 episodes) between 1997 and 2001 and portrayed the lives of six fourth graders—mischievous prankster and leader of the gang T.J. Detweiler, hot-headed tomboy Ashley Spinelli, popular jock Vince LaSalle, awkward genius Gretchen Grundler, gentle giant Mikey Blumberg, and upbeat yet unlucky military brat […]

Cult Cartoon Essentials: Doug

Doug ran for seven seasons (117 episodes) on Nickelodeon and later ABC (after it was acquired by Disney). The cartoon followed the adventures of Doug Funnie, an awkward 11 1/2 year-old “trying his best to deal with his fears of failure.” Doug keeps a journal, recording his various experiences over […]