Lady Killer is Fashionable for All Occasions

by Marsden Sturtzon March 28, 2015
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; Lady Killer is one of the best series on comic stands at the moment. Since its announcement months ahead of its release, I was already preaching on how well this book was going to do just on the principle and content alone. Seeing as how both […]
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Interview with British Comic Icon Pat Mills

by Jeff Fountainon March 27, 2015
If you love British comics, there’s no doubt you will know who Pat Mills is. Dubbed “The Godfather of British Comics”, Mills jumped in with both feet when he began 2000 AD, a comic company that, now in its 37th year, has found lots of success in Britain and has even begun its push into […]


New Age of Ultron Footage – Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch

by Alanna Smithon March 27, 2015
A new mini featurette called “Super Siblings” was released by Marvel today, showing us all new footage of the Maximoff twins Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch in the upcoming film Avengers: Age of Ultron. The short video features interviews from Joss Whedon and the cast, who gives us some more info on the twins’ importance to the […]
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Cosplay Spotlight: Harley’s Joker and Joker’s Harley

by Alanna Smithon March 27, 2015
In just over a year we’ll finally be seeing Gotham’s favourite villainous couple brought to life on the big screen in Suicide Squad, but to the geek community this is hardly the first time we’ll be seeing a worthy portrayal. Many cosplayers have come up with creative interpretations of the infamous clowns, including popular cosplay […]

Christopher Judge

“It Was Lightning in a Bottle” Christopher Judge Talks Stargate

by Jeff Fountainon March 27, 2015
Maybe one of the more fascinating things to see in the world of sci-fi on TV in the past twenty years or so was the unexpected runaway success of the series Stargate. It was so successful in fact that it went on for ten seasons and spawned two more spin offs and while not as […]
Toronto Comic Con Cosplayers

Toronto Comic Con: Growing Bigger But Doing Things Right

by Jeff Fountainon March 26, 2015
For many years now, Toronto Comic Con as been viewed as the younger sibling to its now very big brother, Fan Expo. Indeed, Fan Expo is growing at a rate that has it competing, at least in sheer size, with the likes of San Diego and New York Comic Cons. However along the way Toronto […]


Top 5 Canadian Comic Conventions

by EVAon March 26, 2015
The comic convention saw small, humble beginnings in the early 1970s when San Diego Comic Con first held their convention in a conference room in a hotel. Since then, comic cons have been popping up all over North America and spreading internationally as well, giving fans the opportunity to meet other fans, their favourite artists, […]
I Kill Giants

I Kill Giants to Hit the Big Screen

by John Fitzsimonson March 26, 2015
Acclaimed graphic novel I Kill Giants is to be adapted into a film. Slashfilm is reporting that Chris Columbus (Harry Potter, Gremlins) will produce the movie, which will be directed by Anders Walter (Helium). Treehouse Pictures has come on board to finance the project. I Kill Giants is a wonderful comic, originally published as a limited series […]


Jesse Eisenberg Goes Bald For Lex Luthor Reveal

by Marsden Sturtzon March 26, 2015
Move aside Heisenberg and make room for Jesse Eisenberg in the bald bad guy gallery as he revealed his new and stunningly iconic look in his upcoming role as Lex Luthor in the 2016 film Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. The image was released exclusively to Entertainment Weekly and it’s nothing short of stunning. This […]

The Future is Here! We Saw it First in Sci-Fi

by EVAon March 26, 2015
Although at times the script and storyline in science fiction movies can be a little lax, it is extremely difficult not to be enamoured by the futuristic technology on display. The utopian element of science fiction is something that completely draws you in. You are seeing a world that cannot exist in reality, but is […]