New Podcast Up! PLANETARY comic retrospective!

Yeah it was an amazing series, most of us know that. Let’s delve into it! Thanks to Prof Hal Halbert and Comics and More in Plymouth Meeting, PA for hosting us!
ALSO: If you haven’t read PLANETARY yet, or just want to have the entire Omnibus on your iPhone or iPad, it’s on sale right now for $24.99! SUPER CHEAP. I …


Catwoman Strikes Again! This time she takes out
a camera on set.

Don’t worry, nothing gets taken away from you enjoying the movie, but enjoy this little tid bit.
 


H+ (New Web Series from Bryan Singer!!!)
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Grim_Noir Follows “Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below”

  • August 7th, 2011
  • Posted by Grim_Noir
  • Misc, Movies

Depending on your viewpoint, the director of “Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below” (“Hoshi o Ou Kodomo”), Makoto Shinkai, is either a visionary or a control freak: He is director, screenplay writer, animator, and occasional lyricist and voice actor in his films.
And, like fellow control freaks/visionaries such as Truffaut, Fellini, or Kurosawa, Shinkai’s world view is so all-encompassing, …


New PopShots Web Comic up now! Click to read!

I’m more than a little bothered by the negative reaction that has been swirling around the toilet that is the internet. I couldn’t be more excited to read the new Ultimate Spider-Man, and I’m sure Bendis will rock it!


New Podcast Up! PREACHER comic retrospective!

Is Preacher your favorite comic of all time? Well, it’s mine, so shut it! We delve into the back-issue bin and talk about one of the most controversial indy books of all time!
Feel free to comment below if you agree or disagree, or email us at info@poptardsgo.com!
Listen in the upper right hand corner of the site, or subscribe on iTUNES!
xoJD!


Advance Review: JD reviews THE INFINITE#1,
by Kirkman and Liefeld!

  • August 2nd, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

The Infinite #1
Writer: Robert Kirkman
Artist: Rob Liefeld
Inks: Rob Liefeld, Adelso Corona
Colors: Hi-Fi Design
Lettering: Rus Wooton
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
If you have nostalgia for 90’s Image Comic-booking, then by all means: buy the shit out of this book. Buy all 7 variant cover editions. You will be transported back in time, and you’ll love this new series. If you have a less …