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Chris Pine

Chris Pine cast as Steve Trevor for Wonder Woman movie

After months of rumors regarding Chris Pine, and his talks with DC/Warner Brothers, we finally have something that is official.  He will be playing Steve Trevor in the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, opposite Gal Gadot. As for playing Hal Jordan, [...]

July 31, 2015 Movies and TV
Figure Fantasy

Independent Comic Spotlight: Book Book Edition

So every now and then, indy creators send me neat stuff.  And it just so happens that my stack is so high with actual books right now, that I couldn’t resist throwing together an actual book book edition of Independent [...]

July 2, 2015 Features
Panels of Future Past

Panels of Future Past: Action Comics #1

Panels of Future Past: Action Comics #1 True story: About ten years ago, I was spending a Saturday morning doing what I usually do if I’m actually awake on a Saturday morning: finding yard sales. I was living in central [...]

May 24, 2015 Features
new comic

Big Wad Of Comic Stuff: Day After Easter

So, it is the day after Easter, or as I like to call it The Day of the Half-Price Easter Candy at Wal-Mart. As you slowly sink into a diabetic coma, sift through this chewy wad of comic stuff that [...]

April 6, 2015 News
New Comics

The Dawn Of The Planet Of The New Comics List: April 1, 2015

With the upcoming announcement that all comic books will now be moving digital in a last ditch effort to save the planet’s rainforests, this may well be the last new comic list. All future lists will be beamed directly into [...]

March 30, 2015 News
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DC Cancels Batgirl #41 Variant Cover

After days of controversy, this week DC announced it would pull the variant cover of Batgirl #41. Slated for a June release and illustrated by Rafael Albuquerque, the variant cover referenced Alan Moore’s 1988 The Killing Joke as part of [...]

March 17, 2015 News
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Chicago’s Adler After Dark embraces cosplay

Cosplay returned to Adler Planetarium this year – bringing Chicago’s biggest costuming groups with their fantastically fabricated costumes and creative cosplays matching the theme of the month – Revenge of the Geek Chic.  Revenge of the Geek happened 19 February 2015 at [...]

February 21, 2015 Features
Yourminicon

Convention Gallery: YourMinicon – Meriden, CT 17/18 January 2015

Yourminicon, Meriden, Connecticut Welcome to a new feature here on Comic Booked where our very own cosplay enthusiast, Jen, will travel to conventions around the country and bring you the coolest costumes and personalities. Meriden CT hosted a great little [...]

January 22, 2015 Features
Supergirl

Television’s New Supergirl?

In case you have been living under a rock……….okay maybe I am more interested than most of you all ;b …………..DC Comics & CBS are in the planning stages of a new ‘Supergirl’ television series. Excuse me while I squeal [...]

December 2, 2014 News
NYCC 2014

Con Report: New York Comic Con – Day 3

So day three of New York Comic Con, Saturday, was a big day for panels. That’s pretty much what I did all day, sitting through five panels in total, so I’m just going to dive right in and give some [...]

October 12, 2014 Features
NYCC 2014

Con Report: New York Comic Con – Day 1

New York Comic Con officially opened at noon today, but DC decided to kick things off early. At 10:30, they held a joint ceremony with the US Postal Service to unveil the Batman Limited Edition Forever Stamps. Jim Lee and [...]

October 10, 2014 Features
llamas

Top Ten Comics That Should Have Llamas

Llamas are everywhere. They have really become cultural icons of the advancement of society. Every time you see a llama, you can’t help but say, “Aww, a llama!” Movies like Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove have helped to catapult llamas [...]

September 30, 2014 Features
Kara & her new bff Siobhan

10 Supergirl Stories That You Must Read

Rocketed to Earth from the remnants of the doomed planet Krypton. Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s………………….not Superman!!!!!!!! It’s [...]

September 28, 2014 Features
Green Arrow

Review: Green Arrow – Futures End #1

Every so often, a title like Green Arrow gets one great run in a series of runs ranging from mediocre to just plain horrendous. It seems like one of those titles they will give to literally anyone who can write [...]

September 7, 2014 Features, ZDONOTUSE
Sinestro4

DC review: Sinestro #4 – spoiled

Sinestro #4 Bunn, Morales, Wright SPOILER ALERT! I will most certainly be SPOILING! Last issue , the Inquisition finally caught up with Sinestro, inconveniently in the middle of saving a group of Sinestro’s people from a slave auction. They are [...]

September 3, 2014 Features, ZDONOTUSE

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