Wilt also known as Mango Monkey Boy is a giant geek with an immense love for art, drawing, toys, cartoons and comics.
Frank Beddor, author of the Looking Glass Wars trilogy hit series of books and the spin-off graphic novel series Hatter M, is teaming up with Nathan Fillion’s charity Kids Need to Read for a charity book drive. For every book sold at this year’s upcoming Phoenix Comicon (May 23-26) and/or on Beddor’s Kickstarter page (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/149372651/hatter-m-zen-of-wonder) [...]
This week the newest trailer for “Dragonball Z: Battle of the Gods” was released and teased something new: Super Sayian God Mode. Dragonbal Z: Battle of the Gods marks the return of manga series creator/artist Akira Toriyama to the animated franchise. Unlike the last Dragonball series “Dragonball GT” this movie is in cannon taking place [...]
A fan film trailer for Wonder Woman has been making waves early today and I have to say is quite good. It looks to take place in WWII giving a nod to Wonder Woman’s origins and early years in the DCU. The costumes and cinematography are really amazing and this should indicate to Warner Bros. [...]
The Hyrule Historia is 270+ pages of facts, concept art, design notes and commentary on Nintendo’s storied “The Legend of Zelda” franchise. The book includes an introduction from series creator Shigeru Miyamoto and and wrap up with Eiji Aonuma, the series producer, who both lend insights into the creation of the series and the Hyrule Historia.
Today Capcom through it’s community board released the announcement trailer for a very special Mega Man game. Here is the trailer: That’s right! Street Fight X Mega Man! December 17th can’t get here fast enough, and the best part is that it’s free to download at Capcom-unity.com!
What do you get when you get an old pact, mixed with martial arts sushi chefs, and giant Kaiju sea creatures? You get Monster Roll a short film/trailer by Dan Blank.
If you haven’t seen the trailer or have heard anything about this new film incarnation of Dredd I suggest you check out the trailer, forget about the old movie and put DREDD 3D on your radar. More after the jump.
“X-Men: First Class” sequel to be named “X-Men: Days of Future Past” Executive producer Bryan Singer in an interview with IGN has stated that the sequel to the highly successful ‘X-Men: First Class’ is ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past.’ Before conjecture of the plot are made keep in mind that ‘X-Men: First Class’ [...]
Over the SDCC weekend Comicbook Therapy had the pleasure of participating in a special roundtable interview session with legendary Peter Cullen better known as the voice of Optimus Prime and Jeff Kline the Executive Producer of Transformers: Prime on The Hub. Here is a recap of the interview session with Optimus answering the questions himself. [...]
An interview with Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby talking about the upcoming Dredd 3D hitting theaters in the US September 21.
Comics artist Tony de Zuñiga, the co-creator of “Jonah Hex,” passed away early Friday at the age of 79.
CBT had the fine pleasure of interviewing voice-acting great Frank Welker. In this interview we talk a bit about early career and some of his favorite characters he has lent his voice to.
Yesterday saw the release of the second Japanese Avengers Trailer, and goes a long way to solidify my opinion that the US cannot and does not know how to cut a proper trailer anymore.
How do you defeat the most powerful people on Earth? That is the premise of DC Entertainment's latest animated feature "Justice League: DOOM."
When four Autobots drifting through space recieve a broadcasted message from Optimus Prime, they make their way to Earth and meet the Autobot leader. On Earth Optimus gives the four new bots a new mission, become the Rescue Bots.
This Saturday, February 18th, is the return of Transformers: Prime on the Hub, and after last season&#039;s cliff hanger ending the wait was almost unbearable.
If you suddenly acquired superpowers, what would you do? This is a question many fans of comic books and sci-fi have asked and kicked around for years. Chronicle tries to answer this question. But is it successful? Time to find out!
Fire, Earth, Water, and Air, words familiar to the fans of Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. The show was an amazing tale that is rarely told and done in American animation, and like any good show it left fans with a cliffhanger of an open-ending.
Thanks to Dark Horse Comics we will get to see what happens to the beloved cast of the series with Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Promise, Part One
In anticipation of the release of DARK MATTER from Dark Horse Comics, Comic Book Therapy is honored to have a chance to speak with the one of the books writers Joseph Mallozzi, who some may know as a series writer on the famed Stargate Television franchises.
What do you do when you wake up to an alarm alerting you that your life support systems are nearly depleted, only to realize you don’t know who you are, where you are or why you’re there. Find out after the jump.
The most important audio recording released in the nineties wasn’t a collection of songs by a self-tortured alternative star. Anyone with an ounce of culture in them is aware of the classic “Shut up Little Man” audio recordings. Well now it’s a Tribeca Film documentary called Shut Up Little Man! Take a look …
Big news from Viz Media was announced today as Viz will now release Digital Volumes every Monday for some of their most popular manga titles and new “Speed Up” volumes. The “Speed Up” digital volumes will be released through VIZManga.com and the VIZ Manga App on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. The titles that launched [...]
Last week’s release of Nickelodeon/IDW’s new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has sold out of stores! This solidifies that the turtles are just as popular as when then first debuted in the 1980s.
In a press release from Nickelodeon (attached below gallery) sent out earlier today the new Ninja Turtle Comics are hitting shelves today with original co-creator Kevin Eastman handling writing duties along side Tom Waltz (Silent Hill: Past Life, Infestation: Outbreak) and new comer Dan Duncan providing pencils. From the ashcan of the first issue that [...]
This past weekend at Comic-Con International I had the the chance to see a screening of the live-action adaptation of popular Japanese manga/anime series Gantz as well as advanced screening of the sequel Gantz II: Perfect Answer. Gantz starts off innocently with a young man Kei Kurono waiting for his subway train, studying up on [...]