Diversity has been a major issue in the comic book world for years. It’s an interesting sort of phenomenon, considering that most comics reflect what’s going on in the world from a political and sociological standpoint. Unfortunately, racial and gender stereotypes within comic books haven’t changed much over the years.
We often speak about geek culture as a niche, but over the last couple of decades, it has edged its way into the mainstream. This certainly can be seen to have positive and negative results. The overwhelming opinion is that it can only be a good thing that these ideas,
Comic books might seem like child’s play to most, but they can command a pretty penny for collectors who have the right issues in their possession. The question is, how do you know whether you have a gold nugget or a generic gem? Various Factors Impacting Value Comic books are
Kidrobot and San Diego Comic-Con have teamed up to bring the joy of SDCC to fans with the announcement of Kidrobot x SDCC Virtual Con Pre-sale. Starting on June 10 at 9:00am PST and running until June 12, this three-day pre-sale includes four limited-edition exclusives and one Virtual Con debut.
When I got the email today from Kidrobot, I was taken aback because I was staring directly at the three eyes. Note to self, do not change screens quickly like that because you never know what you are going to see. It was not just the green three-eyed face staring
If superheroes really existed, they would likely have to utilize their skills in some less exciting real-world scenarios on a regular basis. What about the other way around, though? Is it possible for a humdrum gamer, a homebody movie buff, or a television junky to turn their passions into superpowers?
Long Live The Bat! YuMe Toys just sent us over some awesome Batman plush toys. Check out this video as I discuss these three cool designs. In celebration of Batman’s 80th Anniversary, YuMe Toys launched its Batman DZNR Series (pronounced ‘Designer’), an exclusive line of specialty Batman chibi plush. Offering
Over the years we have seen many ways that comic books have influenced the films we watch and the games we play. There are countless comic book inspired movies that have gone on to be major hit films including Spider-man and Superman and more recently Captain America: Civil War, that
Writer Lydia Mondy wanted to share with us all the wonders of the group cosplay! Group cosplay is always some of the best cosplay and Lydia has rounded up the best of the best for you all to look at. Check it out! — I love a good ‘group cosplay’.
Check out these amazingly cute Ocarina of Time cosplay photos of 3-year-old Parker. We previously shared photos of Parker as Finn from Adventure Time. The Ocarina of Time cosplay was photographed by John Nettles. Nettles is a professional photographer based in South Carolina. He primarly shoots weddings, but loves doing Cosplay
A female Thor comic series has been announced by Marvel. The series is written by Jason Aaron and features art from Russell Dauterman and will arrive in stories this October. The character was announced today on The View. Keep reading for the full press release and some cool concept art from Marvel. Official Press Release:
You’ve seen Michael Fassbender on screen as Magneto in the latest X-Men movies, and now we’ve got some Lady Magneto cosplay for your viewing pleasure. This Lady Magneto cosplay is the perfect mix of sexy and cool. Check out these photos of Jessica Nigri as Lady Magneto with photos by Larry Alan. Nigri
Mike Sangregorio takes a special look at the amazing live show and fan experience that is Chikara pro wrestling, an American lucha libre show with heavy comic book influences in character and story. Get an inside look from fans and a few members of their outlandish roster. There is a Chikara
We’ve found the world’s cutest cosplay thanks to our friends at the Geekie Awards. This ten second video shows what we believe to be the world’s cutest cosplay EVER. While it is only 10-seconds long, it is the perfect dose of geekiness to start your Saturday off right. 3-year-old Kayla loves
Joss Whedon‘s Firefly may have been short-lived, but this Malcolm Reynolds 1:6 scale articulated figure has been announced by QMx. This figure is the first of a full line of Firefly figures premiered at this weekend’s Dallas Comic Con. Visit the store today so you can pre-order yours for $179.95.