Welcome to Indie Spotlight! The independent scene is filled with many writers and artists alike and we here at Comic Book Therapy wanted to explore and reach reach out to these talented people to have the opportunity to learn about their works. For our first edition we present to you Yumi Sakugawa! I am [...]
There have been many teams and duos throughout television history and many of the significant ones have had a top notch vehicle to get them where they need to be and at times, act as a safe haven for their owners. Some, however, were just there to make them look good and that’s it. Often [...]
Marvel released another one of their mysterious teasers last week featuring the word “Born” in purple lettering with the promoted creative team of writer Jason Aaron and artist Simone Bianchi. Speculation ran wild as to what exactly the series would be. Of course some people nailed it and some people guessed some odd, but wrong [...]
We all know the story by now. Michael Bay is producing a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action film that will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman. The turtles are supposedly no longer teenage or mutant. The film was met with extreme displeasure from fans when details from the script emerged. In fact the whole script [...]
It has been quite the weak year for animated features. Brave didn’t please audiences as much as other Pixar films, and the stupid Madagascar films continued to bore adults. But then comes along Wreck-It Ralph, a movie in the vein of Shrek, where the adult and child love the movie. Ralph is a very simple movie at heart, but [...]
Back at San Diego Comic Con 2012, I had the opportunity to interview one of my favorite writers, Jeff Lemire. See, Jeff writes an awesome comic book called “Animal Man” that was relaunched a year ago and it was part of the DC New 52 . I have never read Animal Man before until the [...]
Hello Readers…this feature, we honor the life and passing of the comic book industry’s biggest pioneers and legends, Joe Kubert. What we can say to begin with, this gentleman, comic art scholar, teacher, and creator molded the backdrop for several of comic book legend’s most remembered characters and was a driving force of many an [...]
It’s that time of the week again, and today we bring you movie reviews: The Watch is a 2012 science fiction comedy film directed by Akiva Schaffer and written by Jared Stern, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. It stars Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, and Richard Ayoade. Step Up Revolution is [...]
New York, NY—May 11, 2012— Earlier this year, Marvel changed how the world experienced digital comics with Avengers VS. X-Men #1 Infinite. This June, the Marvel ReEvolution continues as Marvel is pleased to announce the next jaw dropping Marvel Infinite Comic to be included with June’s Avengers VS. X-Men #6! Representing the latest form of comic book [...]
It’s that time of the year again where your local comic book store will be giving out free comic books all day, or until supplies last! For the last few years I have been heading to one of my favorite comic book stores 4 Color Fantasies in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Every year they have amazing [...]
Image Comics announces that “Li'l Depressed Boy” will take a trip to Camp Gambino in issue #10 of the series, featuring a special guest appearance by rapper Childish Gambino.
DocBBanner with the scoop on one of today's best known voice actors and narrators in anime!! Kyle Hebert! Wrapping up at one of Arizona's Premiere anime conventions, Con-nichiwa 2012, CBT decided to catch the renowned voice of Gohan and narrator of Dragonball Z and the voice of Kamina on Gurren Lagann on the off-time for an exclusive.
In this episode of Media Meltdown, Blinus and I interview Austin Harris and Dylan Sindelar, creators of the popular web series MLAndersen.
Morals are questioned and Randall&#039;s fate is determined as we get 2 sneak peeks of The Walking Dead episode.
Howdy! Here is another segment of The Weekly Dose, where Arnie Bermudez and some Anonymous dude (hehe) talk about the new DC Comics logo, the upcoming Christopher Nolan movie The Dark Knight Rises, Tom Hardy as Bane, The Amazing Spider-Man and much more. Please check it put and let us know what you [...]
Heroes and Villains teams up with private collector Tyson Torres to showcase an impressive collection of rare, high-quality books Beginning March 1st and lasting until March 30th, Heroes and Villains will have on display dozens of high-quality (graded by the experts at the Certified Guarantee Company) collectible comic books– whose combined worth totals over [...]
Yogikai spoke with Jeremy Whitley about the origins of Princeless and what the future holds for the book.
Aqui estamos de vuleta con la segunda y ultima parte de nuestro video/podcast. Asi como en la primera parte, continuamos con Arnie Bermudez hablando de comics, Christopher Nolan, Blindside, Superman, DC Comics, The Avengers, Ghost Rider etc..
Hey folks the Nerd Geek Dork crew here with our first comic of the New Year!
We want to spread the good to word about comics, entertainment and Comic Book Therapy goodness through the Weekly Dose but also in spanish so here we go!
It’s rare that I read manga with contemporary themes but these two are definitely on my wish list.
After escaping capture in her own kingdom, Adrienne realises her next priority must be proper attire.
One of the greatest things about the Amazing Con is that it is very intimate and you actually have time to interact with your favorite artists, creators, writers etc. Well this was the case with Brian Buccellato, who is currently coloring and co-writing DC Comics New 52 The Flash. Even though I love what he is doing with Flash, I am here to talk to you guys about Eddie. Huh? Yeah, Eddie Foster is the main protagonist of Buccellato’s newest independent comic book called “FOSTER”.
Continuing the coverage of the Amazing Arizona Comic Con. This time we bring you The Walking Dead Panel. Sina Grace, Robert Kirkman and Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes) were on the panel. Make the jump to check the video coverage!