Archive Page 2110
November 1, 2021
How comic book stores innovated during the pandemic lockdown – MSN News
Blanch... opened Aw Yeah Comics in downtown Muncie in 2013. She owns the shop and various partners and friends own other Aw Yeah shops in Skokie, Illinois, and Harrison, New York.
"Batman meets Cardi B and the Internet can't get enough" – comicbook
The Eternals at $69,100,000 so far opening weekend – Box Office Mojo
Cleveland female artists to change comic book industry – Cleveland News 5
"...in accordance with their source material"
For as much as critics and some audiences complain that “all Marvel movies are the same,” the response to Eternals is a testament to how much of those complaints are just lip-service for people who crave the familiar and have no interest in interrogating the subjects of popular culture and being asked to take part in an uneasy look at what heroism means and what we truly value. I’m not disappointed by the Eternals. I’m disappointed that even with superhero movies still being the most popular form of entertainment in the world, we still fail to understand and appreciate how vast these movies can be in accordance with their source material. Eternals is an achievement, and I fear it will be too long until we see another like it.
Story at Hollywood Reporter
Profile of Frank Quitely – Hype Beast
Canada comic book history – CBC.CA
Disney's Eternals and the "five quad" movies – Deadline Hollywood
An official synopsis of The Batman movie is released by Warner
"The Batman is an edgy, action-packed thriller that depicts Batman in his early years, struggling to balance rage with righteousness as he investigates a disturbing mystery that has terrorized Gotham.... Robert Pattinson delivers a raw, intense portrayal of Batman as a disillusioned, desperate vigilante awakened by the realization that the anger consuming him makes him no better than the ruthless serial killer he's hunting."
More: "It has been well-known that Matt Reeves’ script takes place during the second year of Batman’s career" – Batman News
Lynda Carter talks about Wonder Woman as museum exhibit opens in New York City – comicbook
Art by 12 Cent Comic Book
Spider-Man fans demanding a new No Way Home trailer are now down voting unrelated Sony videos to blackmail the corporation into releasing new Spider-Man material, faster – Forbes
Original page October 28, 2021