Anyone who says they weren’t into Spawn at some point is lying to your face. The mania culminated in 1997 in the “special effects movie of the year.” With suitably lowered expectations, let’s see how it holds up.
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Lee Rodriguez is a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Panels On Pages. He is also a freelance graphic and web designer, action figure customizer, swell guy, and an awesome dad.
Another Free Comic Book Day has come and passed. It’s not hard at all to find success stories from retailers across the country. If you or someone you know just stepped into a comic shop, try these on for size. You’ll be coming back.
Whether you went to #C2E2 or not, you’ll want to check out these pics of the best cosplayers (including the costume contest!), booths, guests and more from the show floor on Friday! The crowds were manageable, but everyone there pulled out all the stops.
In 2013, it shouldn’t be unreasonable to be able to find a mass-release toy you’re looking for on a store shelf or at the very least buy it online. The latest trend in Marvel Legends is making us long for the days when we only nerd raged over BAFs.
We’re mere weeks away from the unofficial start of “movie season” and 2013 is loaded with superheroes. Which movie are you throwing your cash at with the most enthusiasm?
One of Spider-Man’s most classic foes and his oldest friends are sharing a body these days, so why doesn’t Flash know the truth about Peter? Follow along with this one, kids. It’s not everyday you get to follow a man’s mental breadcrumbs.
Marvel’s newest event is upon us and it’s kind of a mess so far. Age of Ultron is the biggest victim of its own hype in recent memory. Big on both scale and anachronisms, this one can really go either way. Oh, and a Spawn character is coming up!
After a truly impressive showing at this year’s Toy Fair, Hasbro is firing on all cylinders for the impending 30th anniversary of the Transformers franchise. Despite some amazing figures, we’re still missing a vital component of yesteryear: combiners.
It’s been over a month now since season two of FX’s horror series wrapped. If you haven’t seen it, you’re lucky. If you haven’t finished it, I don’t blame you. If you’re planning on finishing it, there are spoilers ahead. You’ve been warned.
It’s not often that an animated feature can score a homerun where a live action movie fails in every conceivable way. That’s exactly what happened in 1994 in one of the best video game adaptations ever made.
With the holiday season upon us yet again, it’s not always easy to find that perfect gift. Luckily, PoP! has some suggestions to make life a little easier for geeks of all tastes on your shopping lists, complete with Amazon links!