It’s the end of an era for Marvel Television as it’s existed since Netflix Daredevil season one debuted in 2015. In the wake of the news that Kevin Feige’s taking over as Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer (see also: The One Above All!), Godfather style executions have started rolling out across the Marvel TV landscape. Netflix output is already dead, but we’ve also now seen Hulu’s “horror” line, Cloak and Dagger, and Jeph Loeb’s tenure as head of Marvel TV on their way out. [Read more…] about Jessica Jones Season 3 & The Lessons of Marvel on Netflix
Comic Book TV
Sure, Stumptown is a new show on ABC-TV but like so much else in mass entertainment these days, it also has a life in comic book format. Originally debuting in late 2009 as a four-issue mini by Oni Press, Stumptown is the creation of writer Greg Rucka and artist Matthew Southworth. [Read more…] about Stumptown Retrospective: The Complete Comic Book Run in Review!
This week on “Previously On,” I review the first season of Doom Patrol, and consider where DC Universe now stands in the digital comics subscription market. [Read more…] about Previously On #70: Doom Patrol Season One Review!
Dan DeCarlo co-created Sabrina the Teenage Witch with writer George Gladir in October of 1962. The character followed the classic formula set forth by all Archie Comics titles: teenagers getting into romantic hijinks in an impossibly wholesome America.
Most of Sabrina’s adventures in the 1960’s either involve Sabrina secretly helping people through magic or trying to get through normal kids stuff like bullies, boys, and bizarre magic worlds. [Read more…] about Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Comics vs. TV – The Tale of Two Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
This week I review the second season of Punisher on Netflix, talk about comics being cancelled from my pull list, and acknowledge a nice improvement to the DC Universe app! [Read more…] about PREVIOUSLY ON… #58: Punisher S2 Review! Comics Cancelling Conundrums, And DC Universe Listening To The Fans