Something For The Weekend: A Wide Selection Of Popular Post From The Past Week

by Olly MacNamee

Well, it’s been a busy week on all fronts, as reflected in this week’s ten-to-takeaway with news and previewed from the world of comics, TV and film. Let’s tale a look at what we’ve got for you to catch up with this weekend:

  1. From TV Rachel Bellwoar reviewed Kin season one. Read her thoughts on this new show here.
  2. EiC, Erik Amaya, gave us his brief thoughts on Supergirl S06 Ep. 10 here.
  3. Ben Martin reviewed new film Reminiscence here, starring Hugh Jackman.
  4. Comics Cons are back! And Rose City Comic Con is happening now in Portland and both Image Comics and AfterShock Comics announced their plans for the show here and here.
  5. Brendan Allen gave us news from a number of different publishers this week with Scout Comics announcing Heavenly Blues as a one of its new Title Boxes here and a new Kickstarter for fantasy title Ennead: The Rule of Nine here.
  6. Brendan also reported on Marvel’s new event ‘Devil’s Reign’ featuring Daredevil, Spider-Man and more here.
  7. Mattel and Drak Horse team up for high end prints featuring the covers from the recent Dark Horse’s Masters of the Universe: Revelations mini-series. Read all about it here.
  8. This week’s regular Writer’s Commentary featuring David Avallone talking about Elvira Meets Vincent Price #1 went down well with readers. Catch up here.
  9. The recent edition of Deconstructing Comics podcast can be caught here.
  10. And, finally, we leave you with the news that Dynamite Comics are entering into the arena of environment destroying NFTs with the announcement of The Boys becoming the first comic book NFT collection from Dynamite. Read all about it here and weep for the planet.

As ever, I’ll leave you with a little something extra. But rather than a comic book related video, I’ll leave you with a link to this article of NFTs and the environmental problems they create. From WIRED and written by Gregory Barber you can read it here.

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