Last year a new series took the Arrowverse by storm. That series was Superman and Lois. Although the character of Superman has been adapted numerous times in numerous media, this series broke the mold by focusing on Superman and Lois as parents of teenage children. Along the way superhuman threats
I’m back for another week of Scifi News albeit, ALONE. That’s okay cause I have you, my loyal listener… OMG…. no one listens to my podcast. In fact, I’m not sure I’m writing this knowing no one is reading this.
ESO crewmembers Bobby Nash and Mike Gordon will be guests at the Metropolis Supercon in Metropolis, IL this weekend, March 10 & 11th. We both had a blast last year at this con and the line up for 2012 is even better! We will have our most recent projects available for sale and will
Is This Impossibly Rare 1927 Metropolis German 3-Sheet About To Set A New World Record For Movie Posters?
by Mark Seifert, Source: Bleeding Cool If you’re a film fan, you’re probably familiar with the image at right. It is likely the most famous image associated with one of the most important films of all time – Fritz Lang‘s Metropolis. It was created by Heinz Schulz-Neudamm for the German
On this weeks show we gather around and take a peak in the warped mind of Douglas Adams and talk all things to deal with The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Then we were sitting around on how to pay tribute to the late Nicholas Cortney, and thought what better