From the Midnight’s Edge YouTube description: On September 11th, The Hollywood Reporter could reveal that Marvel Entertainment have expanded their agreement with Conan Properties, the corporate owners of Conan the Barbarian. This expansion will see more of Robert E. Howard’s characters, such as Solomon Kane and Dark Agnes, appear in the pages of Marvel comics – where we’ve since learned that they will all be crossing over with Moon Knight, in a miniseries called Serpent War. Could there be more to this than it seems? Could even a new Conan movie co-produced by Marvel possibly be on cards further down the line?
In this editorial Andre Einherjar will begin covering by how Conan has fared with Marvel Comics so far, and who Solomon Kane and Dark Agnes are. Then he’ll address the speculation of what this crossover could lead to, and give an update on the current state of Conan on film.
From For the Love of Comics’ YouTube description: Kazuo Koike and Koseki Gojima’s classic, epic, bloody, and poetic manga Lone Wolf and Cub may well be the best gateway manga of them all. In this video I give a brief introduction to the series, and talk about why I love it and what makes it one of the best comics I’ve read. Includes an edition comparison between the original Dark Horse English editions and the more recent Omnibus volumes, also from Dark Horse Comics. There’s also a sneak peek and what’s coming up next!
From Lindsay Ellis’ YouTube description: So glad they finally made Jasmine a #girlboss.
From The Attic Dwellers’ YouTube description: Choose Your Own Adventure, the original and best selling interactive book series where YOU decide the outcome of the story. Choose Your Own Adventure, as published by Bantam Books, was one of the most popular children’s series during the 1980s and 1990s, selling more than 250 million copies between 1979 and 1998.
Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: Glass Joe is famous for being a terrible boxer and the first opponent in Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!! for NES. One of the biggest mysteries around Glass Joe is that despite being an awful boxer, he has one victory on his record. Who could he have possibly beaten?
From The Rageaholic/Razörfist’s YouTube description: Peruse the seedy alleyways and rain swept streets of film-noir with one of its finest exemplars: Double Indemnity.
The Cartoonist Kayfabe guys (Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg & Tom Scioli) show off an original Jack Kirby page and discuss it.