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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
Luke Harper is a force in the WWE wrestling ring. With his grizzled beard, worn out clothes, intimidating stature, surprising in-ring agility and incoherent mumbling he has for years been the most loyal emissary of the demented Bray Wyatt in his creepy and disturbing Wyatt Family. Only until recently when he finally awoke from Wyatt’s thrall and has gone out on his own as a fan favorite or babyface (hard to compare this 6’5’’ fiercely bearded man to a baby, but that’s the term for it). But, we all know that is simply a character he plays on TV in the wild and wacky “WWE Universe”. In reality “Luke Harper” is Jonathan Huber, a family man who has been wrestling in WWE and the in independent scene for about a decade. Read more...
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Tuesday, 30 May 2017 14:07
From the team behind THE SHERIFF OF BABYLON and the Hugo Award-nominated writer of Visioncomes a unique take on Mister Miracle, one of Jack Kirby’s most beloved New Gods. Beginning this August and running for 12 issues, new series MISTER MIRACLE from writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads will take readers on an episodic roller coaster of death, resurrection, mystery and intrigue. Created by Kirby for DC and first appearing in 1971’s MISTER MIRACLE #1, Scott Free, using the stage alter ego of Mister Miracle, is the greatest escape artist who ever lived. So great is his skill that he has mastered every illusion, achieved every stunt and pulled off every trick—except one. He has never escaped death. Is it even possible? Read more...
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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 15:04
So here we are,  the second part of my year-end spectacular column which gives out phony, non-existent awards to comics and comic related stuff that I myself, as a lifelong lover of such things, deems worthy. It’s The Bleedie Awards! Read more...
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Saturday, 22 October 2016 13:21
ENR is saddened to report the passing of one of the comic book industry's modern icons. Co-creator of Preacher and current Punisher artist, Steve Dillon has passed away.  Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 02:14
Previously on Agent Carter: Peggy enlisted the help of Howard Stark to uncover the secrets of the mysterious Zero Matter element and its connections to the Arena Club and senator elect Calvin Chadwick and his movie star wife Whitney Frost. Howard along the way discovers that the guy that told Peggy about Zero Matter, a charming scientist by the name of Jason Wilkes, was trapped in between spectrums after exposure to Zero Matter, and Howard devised a “spray” that could reveal Wilkes’ incorporeal form. Frost (which we also found out was a brilliant scientist during the war herself) was also exposed to the strange element, but was only left with a tiny scar on her left temple and the power to absorb people within herself, making the scar larger with every time she does so. Meanwhile, SSR’s Agent Thompson seems to be working with an shady head of the War Department, Vernon Masters to seemingly cover up any lead Carter seems to uncover. Read more...
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Friday, 29 January 2016 01:48
Previously on Agent Carter: Peggy goes Hollyweird! Literally! That mean ‘ol jerk Agent Thompson (relation to Flash Thompson? I would love that) sent her to the west coast after she basically single handily caught pre-Black Widow Dottie Underwood and made him look bad. Her mission was to aid Agent Sousa (who happened to have a thing for Peggy) with a murder case that verged on the paranormal: a dead woman found in a frozen lake during an L.A. heat wave. Read more...
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Sunday, 15 June 2014 13:57
2895409-glenn_fabryMy final interview from this year’s Ottawa ComicCon is with yet another legend in comics, another amazing painter and cover artist, and like Simon Bisley, another creator that came across the pond in the “British Invasion” era of American comics. I’m talking about Glenn Fabry, the man that created gritty, visceral and memorable covers most notably for the controversial cult favorite Vertigo series Preacher, and another Vertigo title that was adapted into film and is coming to TV in the fall, Hellblazer (known to non-comic book readers as Constantine). I won’t lie, approaching someone as accomplished as Mr. Fabry was a bit intimidating, but when my buddy and former Swamp Thing artist, Yanick Paquette suggested I hit up Glenn for an interview, saying that he is “another great guy” well, I figured I would do just that. I don’t know what I was so nervous about. Glenn turned out to be one of the nicest, softest spoken and honest people I’ve ever met in the comic industry. Not really what you would have expected from someone who can draw a close-up of a character named Arseface on a comic cover with such vigor. Read more...
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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 08:47
preacher_pilot_amcAMC is drawing monster ratings with hit comic book adaptation The Walking Dead. Hopefully, lightning will strike twice as it was reported last week that AMC has now picked up another comic book in the form of the highly revered DC Comics/Vertigo series Preacher. With interesting talent behind it in Evan Goldberg and funnyman Seth Rogen, who have a clear understanding of the material, there's no reason this series shouldn't become a fan favorite just like The Walking Dead. Since casting has yet to be announced, we here at Expert Comics News and Reviews decided to cast who thought would best bring the characters of this great series to life.   Read more...
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