Law And Order And Superheroes: Sony Adapting Comic Series ‘Powers’ for PlayStation Network

- 09-17-14Comics, TV, Videogames Posted by James Daniels


PlayStation Network: The multimedia service offered on Sony‘s PlayStation game consoles is set to release its first original series, an adaptation of the comic book series Powers published by Image and written by Ultimate Spider-Man scribe Brian Michael Bendis, who will also executive produce the show.

Powers follows the adventures of a pair of “normal” cops fighting crime in a world where superheroes and villains are very real, and public knowledge. The series will star South African actor Sharlto Copley of District 9, and The Following‘s Susan Heyward, and it’s being produced by Charlie Huston. Director David Slade–known best for directing 30 Days of Night, and several episodes of NBC‘s Hannibal–will helm the first two episodes. More after the jump: (more…)

New Higher Quality Batmobile Stills From ‘Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Set!

- 09-17-14Comics, Film Posted by Mark Poynter

snyderbatmobileUntil now we’ve had to settle for a few glimpses of the new Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice Batmobile, some grainy video footage from spectator’s phones along with one or two official production stills from director Zack Snyder. Now thanks to Autoblog we’ve got a gallery of on set stills that truly deliver the magnificence that is the Batmobile. No matter which Batmobile is your favorite, every time a new Batmobile comes out in the comics or movies every fan boy and girl dreams of getting behind the wheel and racing to capture your favorite Batman villain. (more…)

Summer of 2016 is Going to be ‘Strange,’ Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme Gets a Release Date

- 09-17-14Comics, Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


With several release dates between now and 2020 reserved, but actually not very much announced in terms of titles to those films being released, Marvel Studios has now pencilled in a name for the July 8, 2016 release date, a movie that’s been long in the works but was directly hinted at in this past spring’s hit Captain America: The Winter Soldier. That’s right, tie on your Cloak of Levitation, and shine up your Eye of Agamotto because the Sorcerer Supreme is coming to a theater near you in the Summer of ’16. The time has come for Doctor Stange! (more…)

‘Agent Carter’ Casts Comic Book Favorite & Avengers Butler Edwin Jarvis

- 09-17-14Comics, Film, TV Posted by Mark Poynter


Everyone knows that in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Tony Stark’s AI butler is named J.A.R.V.I.S. (Just Another Very Intelligent System), is voiced by Paul Bettany, and will be transformed into the Vision by James Spader‘s Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Fans of The Avengers comic book know Edwin Jarvis as the Avengers mansion butler. Now word is out that Marvel’s Agent Carter (Hayley Atwell) has cast James D’Arcy (Cloud Atlas, Master and Commander) as Edwin Jarvis, butler to Howard Stark, Tony Stark’s father. (more…)

Neil Gaiman’s Vision of Satan Coming to Fox TV

- 09-16-14Comics, TV Posted by Jason McAnelly


Some may be disappointed that Neil Gaiman’s Sandman comic series isn’t getting a proper television series (instead being regulated to a 2-hour movie), but it looks like one of Morpheus’ co-stars is getting to move to the small screen instead. You may remember him from the ‘Season of Mists’ story arc (Sandman issues #21-28), though he has been present within the DC universe in one form or another since as far back as the early 60s. His name is Lucifer and this fallen angel is now the subject of a new pilot being produced for Fox. (more…)

New Clip For ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Season 2 Questions Koenig and Alien Writing

- 09-16-14Comics, TV Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


It’s just seven more sleeps until Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns with all new adventures that will pit Agent Director Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his ragtag crew against a world that sees S.H.I.E.L.D. as the bad guy. We’ve seen a sneak peak, but now through the power of social media we get our first good look at next week’s season premiere. The show left a lot of dangling threads when it went on hiatus in May, and it seems as though S.H.I.E.L.D. is going to waste no time in dropping some new clues to those lingering mysteries. So what do the S.H.I.E.L.D. gang have in store for season 2? Let’s check it out. (more…)

Patrick Warburton Talks About Rebooting ‘The Tick’

- 09-16-14Comics, TV Posted by Mark Poynter

THE TICK, Ron Perlman, Patrick Warburton, 'Couples', (Season 1), 2001-2002, © Columbia TriStar / Cou

When word made the Internet rounds that Ben Edlund confirmed a The Tick reboot was in development, everyone wanted to know one thing. Was Patrick Warburton coming back or would that role be recast? Now we’ve got an answer, or at least the hint of an answer that should allow fans to breath a little easier. (more…)

Marvel Releases Official ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Plot Synopsis

- 09-15-14Comics, Film Posted by Mark Poynter


Marvel released the first official plot synopsis for Joss Whedon‘s Avengers: Age of Ultron earlier today. Don’t worry though, there’s not any smoking gun here. Nothing that spoils everything unless you’ve been on an Amish retreat in a remote ice cave in Antartica. It does set up the frame-work in which we can begin to speculate like demons though. Take a look after the jump. (more…)

‘Daredevil’ Casts Its Stick In New ‘Grounded, Gritty’ Netflix TV Series!

- 09-15-14Comics, TV Posted by Aspry Jones


When Marvel and Netflix came up with the idea for a Daredevil series, they tied that idea to a rocket and lit the fuse. All we’ve been hearing about it since have included casting news, set videos, story concepts, etc. It’s been an onslaught of information and it has done nothing but jazz up fans for this seemingly epic endeavor. While some efforts offer the occasional tidbit and leave you mostly in the dark, Daredevil has been barreling through its process, and made us part of it the whole way. As a champion of the theory that Marvel handles its properties better than any other studio, I have oodles of faith that this series will make us forget the Affleck travesty. Everything’s been spot on; from the projected tone to the casting. For example… (more…)

Hulk Fabricate! Lou Ferrigno Makes Wild Claim About Hulk’s On-Screen Future!

- 09-15-14Comics, Film, TV Posted by Aspry Jones

use this hulk

When Lou Ferrigno played the Hulk on television back in the 80’s, he was the biggest dude I’d ever seen at the time. I thought he was perfect for the role and just ignored the hair. Now, for some reason, it reminds me of Dexter Morgan’s do’ and I can’t get it out of my head. With matching eyebrows that could bring down The Leader all on their own, the big guy had massive success smashing stuff in slow motion week after week. Years later, he’d expand on his good relationship with Marvel by appearing in their films. He played a security guard in ‘The Incredible Hulk’ and went on to voice the character in the studio’s film incarnations. So, maybe he’s in the loop on their future projects. Maybe when he claims unsubstantiated plans for his former self, he knows what he’s talking about. Right? Right?? (more…)