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Sunday, 14 April 2013 15:18
302435_689398318564_1001304586_nAcclaimed comic artist Marco Rudy is going to be one of our special guests on Free Comic Book Day at eXpertComics! And we all know of his mind-bending work on Swamp Thing and Superboy, but I thought we should know a little bit more about Marco! So I caught up with him for a quick little talk about his influences and his approach to creating comics! Marco has a very interesting past and brings a true artist’s point of view to the industry! He’s got quite the track record already...and he’s just getting started! Read more...
Published in Interviews
Monday, 08 April 2013 10:00
Dclogo2012You read that right Carrie from the future is coming to the past with a gatefold cover! We here at ENR News are just going to say it, WHAT about Stephane Brown!?! Anyone, want to add to that? We are happy to see Carrie back from the future and this cover rocks! Check out the press release and cover below and tell us what you think! Read more...
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 10:03
TheWolverine_CampC (1)The Wolverine FINALLY has a full-length trailer, and boy does it look cool! Hugh Jackman reprises his role in Wolvie's second solo film, the adamantium boned mutant ventures to Japan to fight Viper, Silver Samurai and of course, NINJAS! Ninjas are gonna get snikted and X-fans everywhere are elated! The Japanese/samurai aspects of Wolverine are finally being explored in live-action! Read more...
Published in Previews
Monday, 11 March 2013 09:52
DCDC Comics is once again going back to the playground known as Batman's history. This time it doesn't appear that monumental changes will be made, and in fact it seems that this time it is more of just fleshing out the Bruce to Batman  mythos. For those who are disenfranchised with the New 52 Batman, this may just be the story line to bring you back. For those who do, this will just add to the experience! Read more...
Monday, 25 February 2013 14:08
2749997-the_wolverineEvery year the Marvel editors and writers get together for the big company retreat and discuss and organize all the plans for their comics over the next year so there aren’t any continuity mistakes in the shared universe. Usually this is all pretty hush-hush. Except for this year there was a leak that broke just last week that I found exceptionally disturbing. Marvel may have plans to kill off Wolverine sometime over the next year.   Y’know, deaths in comics aren't a new thing. Jean Grey’s first demise happened the year I was born, so I was a bit young to remember it, but my older brother had the story and I simply loved it growing up, not so much for Jean Grey dying as much as the fight between The X-Men and the Imperial Guard leading up to it. Superman’s death was arguably the beginning of the trend of killing off big, marquee characters to sell comic books and gain mainstream attention. And it was very well done. It kept me reading Superman comics for a few years. Read more...
Published in Marvel Comics
Sunday, 17 February 2013 08:03
batman-the-dark-knight-returns-part-2-trailer-602x338-290x290When it was first announced that there would be an animated adaptation of Frank Miller’s seminal Batman: Dark Knight Returns, trepidation filled my mind because I wondered if DC would cut corners on the storytelling or cut out the brutal violence of the story. Luckily my fears were quelled when the first part of the adaptation was like the comic book come to life and left me yearning for more. The second half of Dark Knight Returns, really ups the stakes in terms of violence, storytelling, and character development. The quality of DC animated films remains alive and well here. Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Thursday, 14 February 2013 03:07
daredevil-miller firing up the generators… It hard to say when the Modern Age runs to, as many would say that it is still very much in full flow. tachyons accelerating… With the close of the Bronze Age, comic books had reached an unparalleled level of maturity. configuring… Gone were the storylines of pure hokum; there was now an influx of writers with a clear and defined voice who had something to say reflect of the issues of the times.   broadcasting in 3..2..1.. *begin transmission*   Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Sunday, 03 February 2013 13:51
Where the Golden Age had been the dawn of the superhero, the Silver Age had seen a revision of the sensibilities, origins and storytelling. firing up the generators… It was the bright and shiny mid-afternoon of comics. tachyons accelerating…  So, to follow suit, the Bronze Age looked to the dusk. configuring… This was the twilight of the superheroes; a darker, grittier tone was set. broadcasting in 3..2..1.. Writers and creators fought back against an increasingly restrictive Comics Code Authority in an attempt to craft stories that concentrated on real world issues such as drug abuse and racism.   *begin transmission* Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
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