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First Look: Mike Allreds FF by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(August 24, 2011)
Earlier in the week, ComicsAlliance announced that Marvel has provided us with an early look at the variant covers for issues 2-5 of the new 'FF' series from Matt Fraction and Mike Allred, launching in November as part of the publisher's Marvel NOW initiat

DVD Shopping Bag: Batman The Brave and the Bold Season 2 by Robert T. Trate, Columnist
(August 16, 2011)
Warner Brother’s is releasing the first part of their second season of Batman The Brave and the Bold. Why this part one and part two split is beyond me. The series is into its third season with new episodes already airing. Again, I would love to bitch ab

9 Most Memorable Superhero Change-Ups by Rob Vaux, Writer
(August 12, 2011)
Spider-Man is no longer Peter Parker… at least in the Ultimate Universe, where a battle with the Green Goblin cost him his life. In his place is a new kid: Miles Morales, who has some big shoes to fill if he’s going to replace one of the most beloved f

10 Coolest Apes by Rob Vaux, Writer
(August 05, 2011)
Apes get a bad rap in the press, but let’s face it: they’re incredibly cool. They can toss you around like a basketball, they peel bananas with their toes, and yet for all of that, they’re by and large placid vegetarians. (We’re the savage ones, as

Cosplay Glory at Comic Con 2011 by Robert T. Trate, Columnist
(July 26, 2011)
Comic Con can have varying levels of Cosplay; each with their own take and interpretation of characters. Saturday and Sunday featured tons of people either getting ready for the big contest or showing off their stuff. What we here at Mania love to celebrat

The Worst Captain America Moments by Rob Vaux
(July 24, 2011)
Everybody loves Captain America: a nice guy who remembers what it is to be the runt of the litter and always knows how to do the right thing. And with his big box office victory this weekend, he’s officially on top of the world. But it hasn’t always be

Cosplay Babes and Hotties at SDCC 2011 by Robert T. Trate, Contributor
(July 24, 2011)
Usually we mix it here at Mania with our Cosplay photos. Never do we lean to one side or the other. This year, on Friday, at the San Diego Comic Con we noticed a hell of lot more ladies dressed up than the men. So let us celebrate the ladies here and now w

22 Cool Cosplay Photos at Comic Con 2011 by Robert T. Trate, Contributor
(July 22, 2011)
What is Comic Con without people dressing up? The first official day of Comic Con had plenty of Cosplayers to both entertain and delight. There were tons of babes, heroes, and of course more Slave Leias.

Mania Review: Captain America by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(July 21, 2011)
Despite some significant problems, Captain America earns a thumbs up because of… well, because of Captain America. Director Joe Johnston devotes himself to delivering a well-rounded and sympathetic hero: someone more than just a generic good guy, with qu

Mania Interview: Sebastian Stan by Rob Vaux
(July 21, 2011)
Sebastian Stan was born in Romania under the Ceaucescu regime. His mother, a concert pianist, encouraged his creativity and he was soon bit by the acting bug. He made prominent appearances in Black Swan, Kings and Hot Tub Time Machine before auditioning fo

Mania Interview: Chris Evans by Rob Vaux
(July 21, 2011)
In our superhero-saturated age, several actors have had the honor of playing multiple characters from big-name comics. None of them, however, are quite as high profile as those of Chris Evans, who has played both the Human Torch and now Captain America. Hi

SDCC 2011 Preview Night by Robert T. Trate, Columnist
(July 21, 2011)
Comic Con is here again. For those fortunate enough to get Preview Night tickets it is a great chance to hit the floor early. It is the best time to grab your exclusives. Score some of that fully in stock swag and if you are lucky, pick up a few free comic

SDCC Thursday Schedule Hits by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(July 08, 2011)
With this year's San Diego Comic-Con poised to open its doors in two week's time, the reps have revealed their schedule for the first day. Here's the movie, TV and other panels that will be taking place on the preview night Wednesday, July 20, 2011 and fir

Comic Con 2011 Toy Exclusive Update by Robert T. Trate, Columnist
(July 08, 2011)
The San Diego Comic Con is ripe with freebees, t-shirts, and of course exclusives. There are always tons of exclusive toys and we here at Mania like preparing you for the Con. Last week, we brought you our 2011 SDCC Survival Guide. A few weeks before that,

San Diego Comic Con Survival Guide 2011 by Robert T. Trate, Columnist
(July 01, 2011)
Your weekly Toy Maniac is switching hats this week to bring you his annual San Diego Comic Con Survival Guide. As a participant of Nerdvana now for the fourth straight year I have learned a trick or two. Much of this information will be the same as the pre

CARS 2 Enjoys Fast Start by Jarrod Sarafin, Editor
(June 27, 2011)
Since opening in theaters in November of 1995, Pixar has enjoyed eleven consecutive #1 openings with the premiere of every one of their animated adventures. It shouldn’t come as a surprise to any that they’ve upped that score to an even dozen. Despite

8 Final Cosplay Pics from Wizard World Philly by Robert T. Trate & Kimberly McCall, Columnist & Photographer
(June 24, 2011)
This weekend, in the city of brotherly love, Wizard World Philadelphia landed. Despite the convention lacking a real comic book presence (Marvel and DC were absent), the Cosplayers were out in droves. Mania photographers, Robert Trate and Kimberly McCall,

9 More Cool Cosplay Pics from Wizard World Philly by Robert T. Trate & Kimberly McCall, Columnist & Photographer
(June 22, 2011)
This weekend, in the city of brotherly love, Wizard World Philadelphia landed. Despite the convention lacking a real comic book presence (Marvel and DC were absent), the Cosplayers were out in droves. Mania photographers, Robert Trate and Kimberly McCall,

10 Geeky Cosplay Pics from WizardCon Philly by Robert T. Trate & Kimberly McCall, Columnist & Photographer
(June 21, 2011)
This weekend, in the city of brotherly love, Wizard World Philadelphia landed. Despite the convention lacking a real comic book presence (Marvel and DC were absent), the Cosplayers were out in droves. Mania photographers, Robert Trate and Kimberly McCall,

Freakiest Green Lanterns Ever by Rob Vaux, Writer
(June 15, 2011)
One of the great things about the Green Lantern Corps is how many Lanterns are out there. That proves a godsend for artists and writers to stretch their creative wings and show us just how funky the DC Universe can get. You can pop them into the background

Best Stan Lee Cameos by Rob Vaux, Writer
(June 02, 2011)
Stan Lee is the perennial face of Marvel Comics, and at the tender age of 88, he shows no signs of slowing down. A tireless ambassador for the coolness of comics, his enthusiasm and sense of fun have guided generation after generation to the characters he

Best Superhero Origins Stories by Rob Vaux, Writer
(May 30, 2011)
Comic books exist as living documents, with details that shift and change according to the sensibilities of the era. A less generous term might be “royal mess:” new writers eliminate old details and sometimes recreate entire characters from scratch, le

A Report on the 2011 Motor City Comic Con by Tim Janson, Columnist
(May 15, 2011)
The Motor City Comic Con, Detroit’s oldest comic book convention, now in its 22nd year, took place this weekend in Novi, MI. The three-day event is part comic con and part media event as the show always features a diverse cast of guests from current and

The 5 Best Smallville Episodes Ever by Rob Vaux, Writer
(May 12, 2011)
After ten long years, Smallville is finally hanging up the cape. The durable series saw its cast outstrip their Kansas beginnings, and touch upon every corner of the Superman universe in the bargain. Along the way, it buried a number of other superhero sho

Mania Interview: Walter Simonson by Kurt Anthony Krug, Writer
(May 11, 2011)
Walter Simonson actually began work on one of his Thor stories nearly 14 years before he took over the Marvel Comics series. “The Surtur Saga,” which ran through Thor No. 349-353 (although seeds were planted when Simonson took over with No. 337), actu

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