Another summer comes to a close, but the third Soda City Comic Con will provide a final burst of excitement before the first full week of classes.
Another summer means another E3, and the excitement of future games. However, this year’s show has gotten a little bit of a bad rap. Are gamers being unfair in their demands for E3 after such a great past few years?
Boasting a female lead and a female director (Patty Jenkins), along with the added pressure of rejuvenating the DC Extended Universe, “Wonder Woman” was put in a very difficult place. Thankfully, Jenkins and crew do not have to deal with the disappointment and ire of fans like previous DC films. “Wonder Woman” adequately serves as a course correction for DC and proves the power of the superhero genre.
The fourth Comic Shop Spotlight emphasizes the importance of customer service in the comic market industry with Cosmic Rays.
Our third Comic Shop Spotlight focuses on an expansion store that has an impressive manga collection.
Comic conventions have resorted to concentrating on entertainment and merchandise to attract more and more people, but SC Comicon thrives with a focus on comics. These smaller conventions allow for intimate conversations with creators and chances to get great deals.
This second installation of the Comic Book Spotlight series features Scratch N' Spin comics in West Columbia.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" accentuates the lack of tactical shooters in the video game market today. If you long for the days of stealth and scouting enemy territory, you will enjoy the game. That is, until you’re tired of doing the same things over and over.
For this new spotlight series, we take a look at Silver City Comics. As Columbia’s oldest comic shop, there’s a lot to like about this convenient specialty store just across the river.
Bryan Singer’s “X-Men” created the backbone that every other superhero movie would be based off of for the next decade or more. If James Mangold has done the same thing with “Logan,” then the genre may have more longevity than anyone would have imagined.
Open-world games have slowly flooded the market, but is that a good thing? A bigger map does not always mean the game will be better, or even that there will be more to do.
Marvel is taking steps to make great video games centered around their famous characters with new deals with Insomniac, Telltale, Capcom and Square Enix. If they continue on this path, the future for comic book video games looks very bright.
New year, new slate of entertainment to distract yourself from the pain of homework, studying and getting older. Happy binging!
Marvel released its newest film, "Doctor Strange" on Nov. 4, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as protagonist Stephen Strange. The film portrayed Strange's story with exciting psychedelic visuals; however, the story lacks original humor and has pacing issues.
Many fans are divided over whether or not the latest The Walking Dead episode went too far with violence on screen. Two staff writers go head to head to talk about their differing opinions on the issue.
In an industry that perpetually feeds off of hype, developers must learn from past game announcements and wait until the game is truly ready to release any information.
New York Comic Con 2016 brought about a plethora of news including Wolverine 3 details, a rebirth of Wildstorm — a tribute to Jack Kirby — and more about Marvel's Netflix programs.
Netflix's newest Marvel show, “Luke Cage,” is historically significant and culturally relevant while still providing superhero entertainment.
DC Comics new imprint “Young Animal” debuts this month and hopes to venture back to the glory days of early “mature readers” comics.
Sony revealed the new standard PlayStation 4 and the high-powered PlayStation 4 Pro at their PlayStation Meeting on Sept. 7.