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Nerdist News: JURASSIC WORLD Updates, FLASH GORDON Reboot, and Google Time-Travel!

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Comic Book Day: Ivan Reis Launches “Trinity War”‘s Opening Salvo

Unless your hometown has been shrunken to minuscule proportions by Brainiac and stored in a makeshift terrarium, you must be aware that “Trinity War”, DC’s epic summer slufgest featuring all… more

EXCLUSIVE: Preview BOOM! Studios’ “Supurbia” #9

With all the insipid Real Housewives series dominating our airwaves, one could be forgiven for approaching Grace Randolph’s BOOM! Studios series Supurbia with some apprehension. Fortunately, the series, which revolves… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Comic Book Day: Pull List for July 3rd, 2013

It’s almost the Fourth of July, and what could be more American than comic books? If you answered melted footballs drizzled lovingly over bald eagle steaks served on the Bill… more

EXCLUSIVE: Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting Re-Team for Image Comics’ “Velvet”

When it comes to strong, vibrant female characters that kick ass both literally and metaphorically, Image Comics is crushing it. From Greg Rucka’s Lazarus to Brian K. Vaughan’s Saga to… more

Comic Book Day: Bringing “Trinity War” to Life with Doug Mahnke

After finishing up a landmark run on Green Lantern with writer Geoff Johns, artist Doug Mahnke is about to take part in DC’s all-consuming summer event, “Trinity War,” which pits… more
 

Comic Book Day: Matt Kindt Gets Cerebral in “Mind MGMT”

Nearly a decade after breaking into the world of comics, Matt Kindt is fast becoming one of the most exciting original content creators in the industry. From original graphic novels… more

Comic Book Day: David Petersen on “Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard”, Plus a Giveaway!

The highly anticipated, breathtaking second series to David Petersen’s animal anthology Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard, Vol. 2 #1 drops today, and to whet your appetite the fine folks… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for June 26th, 2013

Holy smokes, you guys! If you thought last week’s pull list was bursting at the seams, then get ready for round two as this week has more mindbending, psychedelic stories… more
 

BOOM! Studios Acquires Archaia Entertainment

Nowadays, in a market glutted by sequels and long-running franchises, new IP can be a difficult commodity to come by, which is why today’s news that BOOM! Studios has acquired … more

EXCLUSIVE: “Aquaman” #21 Preview Pages Take Us to the Murky Deep

Geoff Johns may have recently ended his nearly decade-long run on Green Lantern, but he’s still plugging away on our favorite trident-wielding bad-ass, Aquaman. (Sorry, Brick Tamland.) In issue #21,… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for June 19th, 2013

If you can pry yourself away from playing The Last of Us or watching Man of Steel long enough to make it down to your local comic book store, we… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Preview DC’s “Animal Man” #21

If you’ve been paying attention to our comic book coverage, you’ll know that it’s no small secret that I am mildly obsessed with Jeff Lemire’s Animal Man. Its frank, stark… more

Comic Book Day: Duane Swierczynski and Eric Nguyen Bring The Ultraviolence to “X”

The mid-nineties were a wild time to be alive: O.J. Simpson dominated the news cycle, Jeff Buckley ruined sex scenes forever with his cover of “Hallelujah”, and Professor X… more

Al Ewing and Greg Land Assemble Marvel’s “Mighty Avengers”

After a week of dropping breadcrumbs in the form of teasers, Marvel unveiled its newest title on a Friday morning conference call to a select group of journalists, a newly… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Take a Sneak Peek at DC’s “Katana” #5

DC’s resident sword-wielding femme fatale Katana continues to tear up the New 52 universe in her solo book penned by Ann Nocenti and illustrated by Alex Sanchez. In issue #5,… more

Comic Book Day Double Feature: True Crime Stories

Welcome back to Double Feature, our new recurring comics column in which we take a look at two graphic novels with similar themes. It’s like seeing a double feature at… more

Comic Book Day: SNIKT! Ben Acker Talks “Wolverine: Season One”

Announced at last year’s New York Comic Con, Wolverine: Season One is an original graphic novel from Thrilling Adventure Hour co-creators Ben Acker and Ben Blacker. Veterans of the television… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Preview “Regular Show” #6′s Covers

KaBOOM!, the all-ages imprint of BOOM! Studios, is back with another brand new issue of Regular Show, and they’re bringing four sizzling new covers with them for issue #6′s impending… more

Comic Book Day: “Pacific Rim” Writer Travis Beacham Talks “Tales from Year Zero”

Yesterday, we caught up with Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro to talk about Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero, the original graphic novel that serves as a prequel to… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for June 5th, 2013

What a time to be a comic book fan! The Guardians of the Galaxy cast list gets crazier and crazier as Benicio del Toro signs on, Man of Steel comes… more
 

Guillermo del Toro Talks “Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero”

Summer tentpole season is upon us, as gigantic films with budgets larger than certain European countries’ GDP invade theaters with all manner of superheroes, explosions and over the top action…. more

EXCLUSIVE: Paul Levitz Talks DC’s Villains Month, “Earth 2: DeSaad”, & More

With their rippling abdominal muscles, larger than life abilities and brightly colored spandex, superheroes represent the idealized versions of ourselves, our escapist tendencies taken to the nth degree. But, what’s… more

EXCLUSIVE: Preview DC’s “Green Arrow” #21

From his stellar work on Animal Man to the poignant final issue of Sweet Tooth, to original graphic novels like The Underwater Welder, Jeff Lemire is fast becoming one of… more