Might be old news but apparently HULU is in the process of teaming up with Marvel to create 4 new animated series.
Similar to the Throwback Thursdays I’ve been doing lately, I wanted to do something else fun each week.
I give you MARVELous Monday. Each week where I pick a random Silver or Bronze age Marvel book to highlight after I’ve read it, sort of a flash back to Marvel books.
Writer Brian Schirmer, artist Claudia Balboni (Star Trek), and colorist Marissa Louise team up for Fairlady—an all-new fantasy series from Image Comics this April.
It’s that time again, where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears for the week of February 13th, 2019.
Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.
So what’s grinding my gears this week?
Poyo’s sorting and cleaning out his comic boxes on a cold rainy Saturday and wants to give you CHU readers first grabs at books before I list them on eBay.
So click on the continue reading to see what I have for grabs.
Announcing the winners for the CHU Contest Giveaway, the contest where you had to work a little harder than just entering your name.
Every week, hundreds of new comic books hit the local shelves. Many of these are long ongoing titles while others come and go quickly, being mini-series or one shots.
Last fall we visited a bunch of the books and titles that had options or media deals that have not gone beyond the option or if they did, they’re still in the wee early stages of ever getting turned into a show.
This is where we dive into the books that either haven’t been optioned or if they did, it’s long expired that we would all love to see and welcome being adapted into a television show or movie. Welcome to Part II of Books We’d Love to see Adapted.
Demand for Middlewest #1 by Eisner Award-winning and New York Times Middlewest #1 4th ptg cover artbestselling creator Skottie Young (I Hate Fairyland, Bully Wars, Deadpool) and Russ Manning Award-winning artist Jorge Corona is building momentum at a breakneck pace. Image Comics has greenlit the debut issue to go back to print for a fourth time. This fourth printing cover will feature new artwork by Skottie Young.
Here’s some interesting news for us comic book readers, lovers and collectors. Warning, could result in back bin diving and searching.
He’s one of the most popular and well known characters in the Marvel Universe nowadays. Probably one of the most common cos-players hitting the isles at conventions centers.
Welcome once again to the another installment of the One Week Later Report. This week we’ll cover the books released on 1/30/2018.
It’s been a long time coming but finally we see the light at the end of the tunnel. Y: The Last Man from Vertigo Comics and the great writer Brian K. Vaughn is coming to life on our screens from FX networks which appears to likely be in 2020.
This series ran for 60 issues and has a huge cast of characters within the story line. We won’t know until the show airs if some of these characters are prominent or not as they’ll likely change it up a little bit in the show, nevertheless, this is hopefully a good starting point for key firsts for some of the characters in the story.
It’s already February into the new year and things seem to be moving fast, particularly for new comics.
Midtown is known to do a lot of creator signings. Here is their list of upcoming February signings.
Image Comics is pleased to reveal a very special line of Rumble variant covers in time for Black History Month. These covers will kick off the new story arc with Rumble #11 by John Arcudi and David Rubín and will feature artwork by Keith Pollard, Arvell Jones, Ron Wilson, Chris Brunner, and Sanford Greene.