X-Men: Days of Future Past Final Trailer Released
The third and final trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past has been released!
By now you’re probably thinking there’s no way this film could look even more awesome than what we’ve seen in previous trailers. Well, you would be wrong. This new trailer follows Wolverine on his quest to save the future by gathering together essential mutants in the past. It almost feels like the set up to a heist…
New X-Men: Days of Future Past Preview
During the MTV Movie Awards, a new preview clip from X-Men: Days of Future Pastwas revealed. This clip shows the film’s opening battle, in the dystopian alternate future, between mutants and the Sentinels. If this doesn’t make you even more excited to see the movie–if that’s even possible–then I don’t know what will. Take a look:
Here at The Final Five we like to read comics. So, here are our picks for the week of April 16th, 2014.
- Adventure Time #27
- Fairy Tail Volume 37 GN
- Ghost #3
- American Vampire: Second Cycle #2
- Ms. Marvel #3
- X-Men #13
Alexander Tuesday’s Picks:
- Batman #30
- Amazing X-Men #6
- Uncanny X-Men #20
- X-Force #3
- Hulk #1
- Most of Alexander Tuesday and Missghoulez’s picks, plus…
- Batman: Eternal #2
- Batwoman #30
- Red Hood And The Outlaws #30
- Superior Spider-Man #31
Agree with our picks? Yes? No? Why don’t you tell us what you’re buying this week in the answers section below? Feel free to check out this pull list for reference [link].
AlucardVK hosts while under the influence of Mimosas. Drewtos fills him in on Lumberjanes #1 from BOOM! Studios, Nightcrawler #1 & Deadpool #27 from Marvel, The Walking Dead #125 from Image Comics, and Batgirl #30 & Batman: Eternal #1 from DC.
Hosted by AlucardVK and featuring Drewtos of The Final Five
"Holy Mimosas, Batman!" edited by AlucardVK and recorded on Sunday, April 6th, 2014.
Music: “Ropocalypse 2” by Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com)
"Ropocalypse 2" remixed by AlucardVK
Have a comic book series you’d like us to focus on? Any questions you’d like answered? Let us know in the ‘answers’ section below and we’ll give your blog a shout out.
Nightwing Dies, but Dick Grayson lives!
Breaking news everyone! According to an inside source at DC, (I read an article on CBR,) Dick Grayson lives! The aforementioned Grayson title is not just a rumor, but in fact, fact! Come July, Grayson #1 will debut, written by Tim Seely (Revival) and Tom King, with art from Mikel Janin. Dick Grayon will go undercover for spy agency Spyral, part of Batman Incorporated. Also revealed that a new costume will be blue and black, harkening back to his Pre-New 52 outfit, aka my favorite.
Convoluted, sure. But if it means my favorite DC character stays alive for a bit longer, I’m game. I supposed this nearly concluded what I’ve been calling The Nightwing Conspiracy. Since Forever Evil #1, I’ve been convinced Dick was going to die. Given DC’s run of bad mistakes lately, this would seem likely. However, it appears I was wrong, and for once I’m glad.
Forever Evil #7 and the Nightwing finale arrive next month, with Grayson starting in July.
Could it be true? o_O
"Zero Year" enters it’s final act in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Batman #30, in stores Wednesday April 16th, 2014. Check out the preview above and solicitation info below.
Written by SCOTT SNYDER
Art by GREG CAPULLO and DANNY MIKI
Cover by GREG CAPULLO
1:25 MAD Variant cover
On sale APRIL 9 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T
Combo pack edition: $4.99 US
“ZERO YEAR – SAVAGE CITY” begins!
This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.
Have you been enjoying “Zero Year”? Let us know.
Bryan Singer Talks X-Men: Apocalypse
While we’re still waiting for X-Men: Days of Future Pastto arrive in theaters, director Bryan Singer is already getting started on the sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse.He spoke a bit about his plans for the film with EW,and though he didn’t give too much away about the plot (all we know is that it will be somewhat based on the 1990 comic storyline “Age of Apocalypse”), he did give us a few pieces of…
New X-Men: Days of Future Past Featurette and Website
With the release of X-Men: Days of Future Pastgetting closer, 20th Century Fox’s viral marketing campaign is getting stronger.
First, a new featurette of Bryan Singer discussing how he united the two casts of the previous X-Menfilms has been released online, which you can watch here: