Comic Reviews with The Comic Bubble – Week of 10/7

Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Paper Girls #1, Batman & Robin Eternal #1 and Invincible Iron Man #1.     Paper Girls #1 Image Written by: Brian K. Vaughan Art by: Cliff Chiang   BKV’s new series is off to a much better and interesting start than his last from a few months back. The series takes place in probably the best decade, the 1980s— 1988 to be exact. He makes four pre-teen girls, Mackenzie, Tiffany, KJ and Erin, who deliver newspapers to people’s houses (hence the title) as the main characters of the book. It starts out pretty freaky making you wonder what the hell is going on exactly because nothing seems to be making sense, but it took a couple pages to realize it begins right off with a dream sequence. Once everything goes normal and starts to make sense is when we see Erin (the first Paper Girl we meet) on her route and eventually meeting the others. It also happens to be Halloween or around the time (what a perfect time to release the book!) and the girls not only run into idiot teens, but shady people who…

The Comic Bubble Podcast – Episode 082: Extraordinary Lateness

The White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland isn’t the only one that’s late, late, late! Marvel strikes again with late books, Secret Wars and beyond! Find out what books are affected and when you can expect them! Plus: what’s Valiant planning for 2016? What new shows are being planned for TV? Who’s joining what other show? NYCC is coming up and you can expect teases for a certain movie hero with a certain bat-shaped costume! Find your answers here and much more!


Comic Reviews with The Comic Bubble – Week of 9/30

Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Batman Annual #4, Superman #44 and E Is For Extinction #4!


Free Comic Book Life: The Valiant

Welcome back to another installment of Free Comic Book Life. I hope the last two installments have been helpful. So far, we have talked about how wonderful having library access is to comic book fans who are lacking funding. We have also talked about comic book characters, that were not created by Marvel or DC, that have stood the test of time. This week’s issue? Original characters are great, but are there any other Shared Universes besides the Marvel or DC universes? Why, yes, there are. Quite a few in fact, but this week we are going to focus on the most successful one- The Valiant Universe.

The Comic Bubble Podcast – Episode 081: Mighty Morphin Power Podcast

This week’s coverage not only includes more of the relaunches and new series coming to the All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe, but also news on the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comic book launch people have been waiting for! What people? People people! Stay tuned for what’s going on with The Walking Dead TV show for who’s coming and who we could be/should be expecting! And what age will Peter Parker be for the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Find out here and much more too!


Straight Outta Austin! Episode 185 – Pacified Rim; Del Toro’s Curse

In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! we’re excited to be joined again by Kelli and Ace Nova! We discuss:  The Demise Of Pacific Rim 2 One Million Moms Demand The Muppets Be Taken Off The Air New Samurai slasher from Tecmo Koei; Nioh Battlefield Games Ranked!Konami to end AAA games despite MGSV success; keeps making Pro Evolution soccer -__- Terrence Howard is a terrible, terrible human being Man Banned From Disney World After “Meth Lab” Joke Goes Wrong So, Brian Wood Put Out A Newsletter…   ugh… Bill Finger is finally getting credit for co-creating Batman JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV TWEETS ABOUT HOW BAD IT IS TO WORK FOR MARVEL & DC Update on Manu Bennett’s assault arrest  


Straight Outta Austin! Episode 184 – Ronda House

In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! Amuro, Prometheus, Ice, tackle the headlines: Ronda Rousey starring in the remake of Road House, Manu Bennett arrested at Alamo City Comic Con, The debut of Gundam II Origin and Hoop Gawd’s shattered dreams.


Review: ‘Scream Queens’ Tries Too Hard To Let You Know It’s a Horror Spoof

  Here’s a confession: I have never seen Glee, not even a single episode. So despite being a sometimes viewer of the hit or miss American Horror Story, I didn’t really know what to expect from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk for their new television venture, Scream Queens.  The series premiered this past week to somewhat mixed reviews, despite already having high user ratings on IMDB.