This week in comics, the big discussion was Rafael Albuquerque’s alternate cover to an upcoming issue of Batgirl. It is controversial, but gives nice insight into a world where people talk at each other as opposed to each other.
Batman Beyond was a very successful cartoon show that remains a cult hit among those who were there. Today, we’re unveiling a word that is associated with the series and explain its etymology. The word is Schway
Sometimes, authors write stories. They try their hand at a detective tale and then they write a romantic story. Other authors write because they want to teach their readers something by guising a political or societal aspect in their writing. One of these is John Twelve Hawks. And he just so happens to be one […]
Over the past week, we had a number of trivia items over on the Uncanny Facebook, honouring the Harry Potter night in the United Kingdom. During research, we collected a lot more trivia and here it is.
In the final days of 2014, Sony pictures temporarily pulled the release of their comedy The Interview from theatrical distribution. The reason for this sounds like the plot right out of a spy novel, which we’ll also look at. The main problem with the movie is though, is that it’s a very typical American comedy.
The latest movie from Walt Disney Animation Studios is only a few days away as it opens in Swiss cinemas next week. We’ve already seen it. So let’s have a look at it and its rather obscure roots deep in Marvel Comics history.
A person, presumed to be a disgruntled former Sony employee, has leaked a video that shows an Avengers logo covered in spider webs. Could this mean that Spider-Man will appear in the third Avengers movie? See the clip after the jump!
Today, we got a mail from one of our friends working at the movies and in that mail was a link. That link led us to a new trailer with some unseen footage from the upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road that we uploaded to our YouTube-Channel.
As the year comes to a close, it’s time to take a look at what we, as the Uncanny Book-Club, have achieved during the year. Not just us on a website, but all of us. Together. Because without you guys, this would all be for naught.
It’s been a busy year here in the Uncanny Headquarters. But now that Christmas is right around the corner, let’s have a look back at the highlights of the year. Today, resident movie buff Silvia names her top movies of the year
Pat Rothfuss is famous for his two books in the Kingkiller Chronicles, The Name of the Wind and A Wise Man’s Fear. In October, he released a third novel set in his world Temerant: The Slow Regard of Silent Things. It is one of the most beautiful books of the year.
In association with Walt Disney Switzerland, we’re proud to present to you the Live Stream that will announce the title of the latest Bond film, the 24th in the series. So click on through and tune in!