Star Trek Collectibles: Alec Peters on the Propworx Auctions The CEO of Propworx talks about the auctions, his favorite Trek, and more

Propworx / Star Trek: Axanar

This week, CEO and Founder of Propworx Alec Peters drops by to talk about the upcoming series of Star Trek memorabilia and props auctions (see more images at Propworx)

Alec also chats about his personal favorite Treks, the upcoming production milestones for Star Trek: Axanar, and the feature film slated to begin production this year for release in 2016.

FilmBar Phoenix March Series: Visions of the Future Four scifi classics will be on the big screen in March

FilmBar March

The FilmBar Phoenix has lined up four different scifi visions of the future for it’s March film series: Blade Runner, The Terminator, Back to the Future, 2001: A Space Odyssey. Celebrate sping by seeing these classics on the big screen again, and look for a special online ticket discount

Reviewing “Kingsman: The Secret Service” Taking the comic book spy story out for another spin

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Overall, I enjoyed the movie, which to me seemed to be more the story of Eggsy’s journey to become the person he might have been had his father lived and his mother’s self-respect and self-worth hadn’t vanished in her grief at losing her husband rather than one of a highly secret organization trying to save the world from a billionaire megalomaniac.

Shop Talk: Comics, Their Movies and More We talk (and talk) about how comics and their adaptations have us hooked

Marvel: Secret Wars

Noah, Daren and Summer saw an advanced screening of Kingsman, and we kick things off with a lively review of the movie.

Next up, along with new ItsComicBookDay.com columnist and editor Michael J, we discuss Marvel’s upcoming changes, which Michael wrote about and isn’t quite on board with just yet.

New “Game of Thrones” Mixtape Coming in March "Catch the Throne: Vol 2" will be released free of charge

Catch the Throne Mixtape Vol 1

This year’s mixtape weaves in the overarching theme of fire and ice, providing listeners with an exciting line-up of heavy metal and hip-hop artists. Volume 2 will feature Method Man, Snoop Dogg and Yandel and will transcend genres by adding Grammy-nominated metal bands Anthrax and Killswitch Engage to the mixtape lineup.

“Inverse”: Chat with Matt Duggan and Josh Wingate Strong storytelling in a independent setting makes for a popular film festival draw

Inverse

This week, writer/director Matt Duggan and actor Josh Wingate join Summer and Tim to talk about their film Inverse, an independent feature that recently won awards at the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival and the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival.

The Amazing Comic Con Shows The Arizona Show was just the beginning

Amazing Arizona Comic Con

Started five years ago with Amazing Arizona Comic Con, the Amazing series has expanded across the Southwest, to Las Vegas and Houston, with new shows coming this year to Hawaii and Oklahoma City.

Founder and Promoter Jimmy Jay talks about how comics literally are his life, what inspired the beginning of the Amazing Arizona Comic Con, how the shows expanded into other cities from there, what his vision for comics conventions is, and so much more.

“Justice League: Throne of Atlantis” Now Available The newest DC Universe Animated Original is in stores as a Combo Pack

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League must band together as they face off against warmongering Orm, an army of sea creatures, otherworldly weapons and perilous odds. In this all-new epic adventure from the DC Universe, mankind’s only hope of escaping from the darkness lies with the guiding light of a man – Aquaman!

Hobbitses, Dwarves and Dragons Summing up "The Hobbit" trilogy, Comparing it to "Lord of the Rings"

The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies

This week, Noah, Daren and Summer talk about The Hobbit trilogy as a whole, and how it reflects on the novels, and affects Peter Jackson’s legacy. Would the movies have been better made as 2 films, or as one?