Today, we take a look at the six best comics offered during last week’s Free Comic Book Day. Which books were the standouts this year? Read on and find out.
Tag: "star wars"
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, PoP! landed in Orlando, FL for STAR WARS Celebration VII, the biggest party in the universe! Now, we can finally show you all of the fun we had thanks to Lucasfilm, Ltd., & ReedPOP!
This week, Ben and Justin talk about all the latest movie news, including the boffo box office for Justice League 2 and the exciting announcement of Michael Bay directing the Star Wars prequel reboot, all while continually chiding their bumbling intern, Jason Knize. It all culminates in a shocking twist ending that will take your breath away.
The PoP!-Stars are in a gaming mood this week, including special fill-in guest, The PrincessCast’s Mary Staggs! Also, we interview inSanity, AZ’s James Ninness, and talk the big news of the week, including the Iron Man Super Bowl spot and DC’s WTF!
This week, we find out #WhyKerouacisinAZ, The 11th Hour falls into a “Pawnhole”, Jose isn’t as hard and fast on his hatred of hj’s when faced with a choice, and the guys talk tons of blockbuster news. This is the ACTUAL episode 189 of the PoP!-Cast, folks.
The future of Star Wars is constantly changing in exciting new ways. Look back at the original ‘Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Characters’ and you’ll see how much the Star Wars universe has changed in just the past two decades.
‘Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination’ is a chance to see ‘Star Wars’ props, costumes, and models up close, and experience the real science behind the movies. Here’s a trip report and pictures from the Orlando Science Center exhibit.
Today is the day to kill or be killed on the soon-to-be-blood-drenched battlefields of Black Friday. While we wait for the security camera footage to start filtering onto YouTube, let’s take a look back at some of the Holy Grails of Holiday Shopping of years past.
Disney’s recent announcement of a brand-new Star Wars trilogy brings up much speculation on who will helm these new films. This article runs down the most likely candidates.
We’ve got #Frankenstorm survivors Tito & Mahoney on this week to report live from the eye of the storm. It was looking like a slow news week until Disney and Lucasfilm dropped a big old steamy headline pile on our front lawn. Get your Nerd Rag on with this week’s all-new PoP!-Cast!
In a surprise to many the nerd world exploded with news that George Lucas has sold Lucasfilm Ltd. to The Walt Disney Corporation. No plans yet of Jar Jar Binks/Goofy crossover but they did announce Star Wars: Episode 7 (photo courtesy of ToonBarn.com)
This strangely short-lived Saturday morning cartoon series focused on the post-Prequel, pre-A NEW HOPE exploits of our favorite robotic duo.
Hot damn, there’s a lot of show this week. We’ve got Eric Maruscak on to talk about online trolls and chalk art. Also joining us this week, we’ve got the director of Star Wars in 60 Minutes on to make you jealous of Knize and Jose so hard. Good stuff.
What happens when the Hundred Acre Woods is set a Long, Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away? This unbelievably adorable story.
The children of the 80′s are now nearing thirtysomething, and the past three decades have brought our generation some of the best in fandom. Join PoP!-Star Jason Knize as he recounts the influences and events of his first thirty(one) years.
Documentarian Alexandre Philippe crawled into the collective brain of ‘Star Wars’ fandom, nested for a bit, and then vomited forth all of our angers, loves, and desires in one hilarious and quirky film. ‘The People vs. George Lucas’ is a must-see for all ‘Star Wars’ fans.
With the arrival of ‘Phantom Menace’ in 3-D, PoP!-Stars and lifelong ‘Star Wars’ fans Jason Knize and Mary Staggs re-order the films of the Original and Prequel Trilogies, which should not only benefit viewers new to the franchise, but might just be serviceable to all the Prequel haters!
2011 has come to a close, and with it ends PoP! Contributor Jose Guzman’s run on ’52 Pick-Up’. The Artist Formerly Known as Guzman 2011 looks back on his tenure on ’52 Pick-Up’, and counts down his Best and Worst of 2011. Now in its entirety! And it only took a month!
Ever wonder why ultra-realistic robots and animated characters creep us out so much? Well, there is an actual scientific term that explains exactly why “realistic” portrayals of humanity give most people the heebie jeebies.
Computer-generated special effects have made it possible to show pretty much anything on a movie screen, but has this digital revolution made the extraordinary too ordinary? Recent disturbing trends in CGI make this movie fan yearn for the days of old-school effects.