Latest Book & Comic Features

What to expect from Captain America: Civil War

Rob Leane Feature Oct 29, 2014

Marvel has revealed new information on Captain America 3. So what do we now know about Captain America: Civil War?

Is Superman being shortchanged by the DC movie universe?

Simon Brew Feature Oct 21, 2014

Superman will appear at least three times in movies in the next five years. But will any of them be a standalone Man Of Steel adventure?

What does Civil War mean for the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Rob Leane Feature Oct 15, 2014

Captain America 3 is set to kick off the Marvel Civil War on the big screen. But what is it, and what does it mean for the MCU?

Den Of Geek Book Club: Silent Comedy by Paul Merton

Aliya Whiteley Feature Oct 1, 2014

This month's non-fiction film choice in the Den Of Geek book club is Paul Merton's Silent Comedy. Here's what Aliya made of it...

How Hannibal silenced its critics

Gabriel Bergmoser Feature Oct 1, 2014

The idea of a Hannibal Lecter prequel was first dismissed as tired franchise-milking. Two seasons on, here's how it proved sceptics wrong...

Why Charlie Higson's The Enemy is the next zombie series you need to read

Nick Horton Feature Sep 29, 2014

Nick tells us why Charlie Higson's zombie horror series is properly scary, thrilling stuff...

The books behind today's TV horror resurgence

Becky Lea Feature Sep 15, 2014

From The Strain to Penny Dreadful, Hannibal and more, we celebrate some of the books behind TV’s golden age of horror…

How George Lucas brought Star Wars to the screen

Ryan Lambie Feature Sep 15, 2014

George Lucas' 1974 rough draft of Star Wars is now a Titan comic book. Ryan charts the script's evolution from page to screen classic...

The upcoming adaptations of Neil Gaiman's work

Simon Brew Feature Sep 9, 2014

From Sandman to Good Omens and more, fans of Neil Gaiman's work are about to enjoy a glut of it on TV, in cinemas, and on the radio...

What The O.C.'s Seth Cohen did for geekdom

Wil Jones Feature Sep 2, 2014

Seth Cohen's character in The O.C. was much more than just a nerd punch-line, Wil argues, he paved the way for comic-book movie success...

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