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 By Todd Matthy

The subject of women in comics is a hot one. One of the sub-subjects is female superheroes and movies, specifically why there isn’t a Wonder Woman movie. The big questions are, “Why did we get a Jonah Hex movie before Wonder Woman?” ” “Why do executives think a super hero movie with a female lead is an automatic bomb?” “Why do executives think Wonder Woman is difficult?” I don’t know the answers to all of the questions. I do know we’ve gotten some answers that are B.S.

 

Female super heroes can succeed at the box office. It’s not a question of whether or not the lead is a female, it’s a question of whether the movie is good or bad. So, what’s the formula for a good Wonder Woman movie? Read below. (more…)

Y&P at the Movies: The Wolverine | YandP.tv.

Y&P at the Movies: A Roundtable Interview with the Cast and Crew of Solid State

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By Todd Matthy

2012 has come and gone and what a year it has been. We saw two comic book movies achieve critical acclaim while grossing over a billion dollars. We saw the Rock return to the wrestling ring. We saw the Avengers and the X-Men square off with one another and Disney buy Star Wars. So what were the best moments of 2012. Click below to find out. (more…)

Y&P at New York Comic Con: Talking to Judd Ehrlich-Director of Science Fiction Land | YandP.tv.

Many are wondering what Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm means for the Star Wars comic books currently being published by Dark Horse Comics. Dark Horse President Mike Richardson has this to say:
“Dark Horse and LucasFilm have a strong partnership which spans over 20 years, and has produced multiple characters and story lines which are now part of the Star Wars lore. Star Wars will be with us for the near future. Obviously, this deal changes the landscape, so we’ll all have to see what it means for the future.” -Mike Richardson, President of Dark Horse Comics, Inc.

 

Y&P at NY Comic Con 2012: Photo Parade | Y&P.