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Wolverine returns, Negan's victim looms large on The Walking Dead, and we learn about the importance of ghost stories in the latest episode of our weekly podcast.
With New York Comic Con in the rearview mirror, we move ahead to what’s been winning our week in the days since — and there’s a lot to get into.
We wrap up our New York Comic Con 2016 residency with a look back at Marvel's big win and who won the Con.
We're just one day away from the end of New York Comic Con, but there was more than enough awesome stuff to have us geeking out on Saturday.
Our team was all over New York Comic Con, and here's our run down of everything that was awesome on Friday.
The first day of New York Comic Con is in the books, and we were there to soak it all in. So who won Thursday?
Does Netflix and Marvel's bulletproof hero deliver in his TV debut? Find out as we break it down in the latest edition of our weekly podcast.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. kicks off our look at upcoming Fall TV with the arrival of Ghost Rider, and we're breaking it all down with Marvel's Lorraine Cink.
Welcome to the latest episode of Who Won the Week, a weekly podcast in which Blastr staffers Adam Swiderski, Aaron Sagers and Dany Roth look back at the week that was and the stories that are blowing up the geek-o-sphere.
This week, our podcast celebrates a very special day: The 50th anniversary of the first episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.
Gotham's Bruno Heller had some strong words about superhero TV this week. Did he get it right, or is the future of comics-based shows bright? We discuss it in the latest episode of our weekly podcast.
In our latest look at the news from the week in geek, we break down big Spider-Man: Homecoming casting news, the latest on Justice League Dark, and Rings.
From scary clowns to Charlie Sheen and everything in between, we tackle the news of the week from the world of geekdom in the latest episode of our podcast!
This week, we talk about Netflix's super-popular sci-fi series, Disney's newest live-action update, and why the summer of 2016 has been such a letdown at the box office.
This week, we take a look at DC and Warner Bros.'s latest offering and what it means for the DC cinematic universe, then touch on the Netflix '80s throwback everyone's talking about.