comics | tv » October 26

History of The Flash, Part II: The Silver Age and Beyond


by Kevin Hillman

The Flash always manages to be miles ahead of superhero trends. When the comic book industry was down, it took a lightning bolt and a new Flash to revive it.

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comics | tv » October 23

Watching Walking Dead while hating blood, guts, gore


by Charissa Jelliff

The Walking Dead is still spilling blood and guts in its fifth season. Are viewers becoming numb to the violence? How else could a gore-aphobe enjoy a show like this?

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books » October 20

French experiments in The Secret Place, but still succeeds


by Charissa Jelliff

The Secret Place is the latest installment in Tana French’s ‘Dublin Murder Squad’ novels. French changes up some of her usual style, but the book will not disappoint her fans.

movies | tv » October 19

Star Wars Rebels promises to fulfill Lucas’ original vision


by Kevin Hillman

Star Wars Rebels, previewed at NYCC, is an animated action/adventure romp that brings some of Lucas’ early Star Wars ideas to life.

photos | tv » October 18

Exclusive: Librarians cast previews series, with photos


by Charissa Jelliff

At NYCC, we sat down with the cast and crew of TNT’s upcoming series, The Librarians, a spin-off of the successful Librarian films starring Noah Wyle.

photos » October 17

Exclusive photos from around NYCC: Cosplay and more


by Kaia Schroding

Comic cons are always filled with fans in detailed and inventive costumes. NYCC 2014 was no different. Take a look at scenes from around the convention.

comics | movies | tv » October 16

Marvel, DC showcase divergent strategies, old habits


by Kevin Hillman

At NYCC, the two comic book giants previewed different paths forward: Marvel is killing off its most popular character, and DC is overexposing its own.

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movies | tv » October 16

Inconceivable pleasures of NYCC come to end on Sunday


by Charissa Jelliff

The final day of NYCC arrived too soon for Charissa Jelliff. Nonetheless, she made the most of Sunday by spending time with the stars of Sleepy Hollow and The Princess Bride.

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movies | tv » October 16

Jason David Frank lives life like Power Ranger would


by Kevin Hillman

“90s kids” remember the Green Ranger with fondness. The man under the helmet, Jason David Frank, visited NYCC and proved that he lives that character: extreme and respectful.

comics | tv » October 15

Marvel expands universe with more Agents, Daredevil


by Charissa Jelliff

Marvel brought Agent Carter and Daredevil to the screen for the first time at NYCC. The interconnected MCU continues to grow, with varying tones for broad audiences.

photos » October 15

Exclusive photos: New York Comic Con — Day 4


by Curiata.com

NYCC’s final day had plenty of panels and celebrities. Our team learned about Avatar, DC and Marvel’s past and future, women in comics, The Princess Bride, and more.

comics | photos | tv » October 14

Exclusive photos: New York Comic Con — Day 3


by Curiata.com

The Curiata.com team got an advance look at The Walking Dead season premiere, Batman: Earth One, Volume 2, Marvel’s upcoming comics, and more.

comics | movies » October 14

Superman Lives, abandoned in 90s, might have been great


by Kevin Hillman

Jon Schnepp previewed his documentary on the abandoned Superman Lives at NYCC. With Nicolas Cage, writer Kevin Smith, and director Tim Burton, the movie had potential.