Comic Culture March 25th 2015

comicculture logoThis week Comic Culture hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija talk comics with producer Shekky Feldstein.

So why don’t you sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s Comic Culture.

Oh, and please, please make sure you go out and support your local comic book shop.

Comic Culture is written by Walter Durajlija and engineered by Chris Owen.

Enjoy Comic Culture March 25th 2015 Edition:

Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija

Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.

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9 years ago

With Jennifer Lawrence calling it quits as Mystique and Hugh Jackman’s recent post indicating that he possibly only has one more flick as Wolverine in him, what’s next for the X-Men films? Could we see Marvel’s mutants join Spider-Man in Marvel’s cinematic universe if Fox drops the ball with the next few films?

Shekky Feldstein
9 years ago
Reply to  Steve

While I agree with Walt on the high hopes of one corporation to rule them (the Marvel properties) all, I believe X-Men, and possibly Fantastic Four, depending on if they do their reboot right, will remain Fox’s. Fox has put considerable effort into their “past” X-Men timeline films and they are being pretty well received, and grossing equally or beyond as well at the box office. With how deep a property like X-Men can easilly go, I don’t see them creating enough stinkers or deciding to drop the property, Jennifer Lawrence and Hugh Jackman or not. While I like their casting choices I don’t think they will spell the end of Fox’s efforts. I would have to put extra special emphasis towards X-Men on this as the biggest point may be that the X-Men well allows for so many spin-off character films to create new hype over B or C list characters, which as we’ve come to learn, can be profitable for Hollywood.