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On the Rack: October 26

by Laura Cerroneon October 25, 2016
Wednesday is arguably the best day of the week because it’s also New Comic Book Day. Get yourself over the work week hump and swing by your local comic book shop and pick out a few new favorites. Skim through the list below and ask at your shop! Oh YEAH! Forgot to mention. A lot […]

On the Rack: October 12

by Hannah Broadbenton October 12, 2016
Some awesome stuff is coming out this week. Let us know what you picked up! 451 MEDIA GROUP Nvrlnd #3 (Of 4), $3.99 ABRAMS COMICARTS Si Lewen’s Parade An Artist’s Odyssey Wordless GN, $40.00 ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT Super Human Resources Volume 2 TP, $14.99 AFTERSHOCK COMICS Black-Eyed Kids #7 (Cover A Francesco Francavilla), $3.99 Black-Eyed […]

Warner Bros. and Samsung Team Up for Suicide Squad VR @ SDCC

by Garyon July 15, 2016
Here is the deal. And you’ll want to read to the end because this. is. amazing. Samsung Electronics America Inc. (Samsung) and Warner Bros. Pictures have teamed up and created a virtual reality experience that takes its users into the world of Suicide Squad. Take that in for a second. One of the best tech companies in […]

On the Rack: July 6, 2016

by Hannah Broadbenton July 5, 2016
Happy New Comic Book Day! Let us know what you’ll be picking up! ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT
 Ghoul Scouts Night Of The Unliving Undead #2 (Cover A Mark Stegbauer), $3.99 Ghoul Scouts Night Of The Unliving Undead #2 (Cover B Jamal Igle), $4.99 Ghoul Scouts Night Of The Unliving Undead #2 (Cover C Steve Bryant), $4.99 […]

On the Rack: June 15, 2016

by Laura Cerroneon June 14, 2016
Happy New Comic Book Day! 451 MEDIA GROUP ExMortis #6 (Of 7), $3.99   ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT F1rst Hero Wednesday’s Child #1 (Cover A Marco Renna), $3.99 F1rst Hero Wednesday’s Child #1 (Cover B Marco Renna), $4.99 Princeless Make Yourself #3 (Of 5)(Cover A Emily Martin & Brett Grunig), $3.99 Princeless Make Yourself #3 (Of […]
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The Geeky Weekly: April 10

by Laura Cerroneon April 10, 2016
The Geeky Weekly is back from a month-long hiatus, and during our absence plenty of awesome things have happened, such as Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Daredevil season two. Without further adieu, let’s rehash some of the bigger news stories you may have missed.   ∴ DC Comics announced a new comic imprint […]

Black Canary Vol 1: The Good, Bad, and Kick-Ass

by Mel Burkeon March 8, 2016
Black Canary Volume 1: Kicking and Screaming from DC Comics debuts this week. Following Dinah Lance’s new start as a lead singer in a rock band, the first trade of the character’s newest relaunch is packed full of retro-inspired art, diverse characters and, of course, Canary’s trademark ass kicking. Catch the full review below: See […]

NYC Premiere of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash

by Laura Cerroneon February 27, 2016
LEGO and DC Comics have banded together again! LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash premiered at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles and New York. The Geek Chic Elite attended the New York premiere on Feb. 27. On hand were voice actors Troy Baker (Batman), James Arnold Taylor (Flash) and […]

Netflix Might Renew Young Justice – Here’s Why They Should

by Alanna Smithon February 27, 2016
Earlier this month, Comic Book Resources and voice actor Khary Payton (Aqualad, Cyborg) reported that Netflix is looking at numbers for Young Justice to see if a third season is a possibility. And it seriously needs to happen. Payton and producer Greg Weisman have been asking fans to watch and tweet about Young Justice with #RenewYoungJustice, since now […]
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The Geeky Weekly: February 14 – February 21

by Laura Cerroneon February 21, 2016
It has been a week since Deadpool stole our hearts (and on Valentine’s Day… so fitting), and we are better people for it. Interestingly, Deadpool is also the largest grossing R-Rated comic book film, so maybe other studios will take note of its success and get on that grind. In addition, we already know a […]