Author: Neil Vagg

Neil is the Editor-in-Chief at GYCO. He has a BA in Film & TV and an MA in Scriptwriting; he currently works 9-5 in an office and 5-9 as a reviewer. He has been reading comics for as long as he can remember and is never far away from any book which has the word Bat in the title.

Written by Tom Taylor Pencils & Inks by Stephen Byrne & Eduardo Nunez Cover by Stephen Byrne, Karl Kerschl, Serge Lapointe & Eduardo Nunez Two of comics greatest teams team up for the very first time! Something terrible has happened in Angel Grove! When the Command Center is breached and the teleporters are damaged, Zack is flung into another universe, where he’s mistaken for a villain by a mysterious masked vigilante. Can the other Power Rangers get to their friend in time to save him from Batman? Co-published with BOOM! Studios. ‘Justice League/Power Rangers’ #1 is available at Comixology now! Let’s…

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It’s been a good day for trailer fans! Following the release of the second trailer for ‘Power Rangers’ (here) 20th Century Fox has dropped the second trailer for ‘Logan’. Just last week director James Mangold revealed an official synopsis for the film which read: In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces. Speaking with the press following the release of the trailer Mangold discussed…

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After weeks of waiting with little promotion a new trailer for Saban’s ‘Power Rangers’ has hit the web. Clocking in at over two minutes the trailer gives fans their first look at Bryan Cranston as Zordon, Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa plus the famous Zords and not to mention the Rangers in full costume. Fans concerned about the look of Zordon and Alpha 5 after the recently leaked picture (see it here) quickly had their fears put to rest as both are suitably impressive when seen in live action. Whilst Zordon presents himself very much in the same vein as…

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It has long been rumoured that Miles Morales would be the focus of Sony’s long gestating animated ‘Spider-Man’ project. The project, first announced last year, has also gained a second director. Sony had previously announced that Bob Persichetti would be helming the project. Todays reveal brings the news that he will be joined by Peter Ramsey as co-director. The film is due for release December 21st 2018. The announcement, made during a presentation in LA today, was followed up by a series of tweets. https://twitter.com/SonyPictures/status/821789490263900160 https://twitter.com/SonyPictures/status/821789739514609664 There is no news yet on casting for the project but we will bring you all…

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Fresh news from the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ camp today. ‘Gotham’ star James Frain has been cast in the series and will be playing a very familiar character. Frain joins the series in the role of Sarek, father of original series character Spock. The new was announced via the official ‘Star Trek’ website earlier today. In other ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ news it would seem the series premier has once again been delayed. Originally due to air its pilot on CBS this month it was initially pushed back to May 2017. The studio has released the below statement on the subject: “Production…

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Two upcoming Marvel Comics films have had their first synopses released to the press. First up ‘Logan’ from 20th Century Fox. The film, directed by James Mangold, is now confirmed to have its world premiere at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival. The first synopsis isn’t exactly brimming with new information about the film… “In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.” ‘Logan’ stars Hugh…

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Story by Kyle Ward & Cory Goodman Screenplay by Cory Goodman Directed by Anna Foerster Starring Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Charles Dance, Lara Pulver & James Faulkner Death dealer Selene (Kate Beckinsale) must fend off brutal attacks from both the Lycan clan and the vampire faction that betrayed her. Joining forces with allies David (Theo James) and Thomas (Peter Andersson), she embarks on a quest to end the eternal war between the two races, even if it means making the ultimate sacrifice. ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ is in cinemas now! Judging by the sparsely filled cinema that we witnessed this film…

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2018s ‘Tomb Raider’ reboot cast is starting to take shape. Yesterday the news broke that ‘Into the Badlands’ star Daniel Wu has joined Academy Award winner Alicia Vikander in the film. A joint production between Warner, MGM and GK Films ‘Tomb Raider’ is due to go in to production in the next few weeks. At this stage little is known about the story of the film aside from assorted comments in the media which point to the two most recent ‘Tomb Raider’ games as providing a source of inspiration. Vikander and Wu are joined by Walton Goggins who has been…

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News today on a potential reveal of the villain in the upcoming ‘Wonder Woman’ film. An article in the French magazine Studio Cine Live has revealed several behind the scenes images (below) from the set but also includes some exciting news on the films villain. It has been rumoured for some time that Danny Houston (’30 Days of Night’) would be playing the Greek god Ares. The God of War appears to be after the gas seen in the trailers to use as a weapon against the human race. “Behind these scientific formulas, there is a deadly gas that could well…

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Written by Greg Rucka Art by Nicola Scott Colours by Romulo Fajardo Jr Cover by Nicola Scott & Romulo Fajardo Jr “YEAR ONE” part five! The threat is named, and now Wonder Woman and her new allies must rise to meet the coming darkness. Pickup your copy of ‘Wonder Woman’ #12 at Comixology now! Of the two strings of storytelling currently taking place in ‘Wonder Woman’ I have to say that ‘Year One’ is proving to be the much more compelling story. Five issues in and this story is by no means rushing towards its conclusion. Instead Rucka is focussing…

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