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The Secret Service principals compare movie to old-style 007

UPDATE (July 26): A reader who was at the presentation tells us that a Colin Firth quote below was transcribed incorrectly by Screen Rant. Quote has been changed to reflect that. 216 more words

James Bond Films

Dan's Nerdgasms: Superman Red Son

Each Monday Dan recommends a classic unmissable graphic novel. 

Today I’m recommending a DC trade paperback called Superman Red Son. Masterfully written by Mark Millar and illustrated by Dave Johnson and Killian Plunket. 196 more words


Comic Culture

British Library has this most brilliant exhibition on comics, Comics Unmasked. The exhibition not only traces the history of comics but also how comics have influenced other industries like music, video games and films. 94 more words


Check Out Dynamite's 10th Anniversary Humble Bundle Collection With Proceeds Benefiting 3 Amazing Charities

Hey, you throw awesome stuff in front of us and include some great charities and we will always share it with the masses.  That is JUST what happened when we received this press release from Dynamite. 1,100 more words

Comic Books

MPH 2 (June 2014)

It’s bad, but I sort of wanted Millar to flop on the second issue of MPH. Not for any reason other than his adherence to the eighties multi-racial movie gang. 153 more words

Wanted: the action-packed comic book adaptation that evoked John Woo

Downtrodden office drone Wesley Gibson (James McAvoy) is shaken out of his dull life by Fox (Angelina Jolie), a super-assassin who reveals that he is heir to the skills of a master hitman and has a predestined place in the Fraternity, a secret society who preserve civilisation through murder. 653 more words

MPH #2 Comic Book Review

Story by: Mark Millar
Art by: Duncan Fegredo
Published by: Image Comics on June 18th, 2014
Review by: Owen Goodheart for #NerdSwag


Part two of Mark Millar’s five part mini series, MPH, was not exactly up to par with part one. 530 more words

Comic Books