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Sunday, 08 November 2015 17:32
When that familiar music hits and the well dressed, suave man walks across the screen, draws his gun and shoots at the screen...you know what you’re in for! It’s James Bond, and for decades he’s been a staple of pop culture! After 26 films and 7 actors portraying the character, Bond is a franchise like no other, with legions of fans worldwide. Daniel Craig’s run as 007 has just released its 4th installment (possibly his last) called Spectre, and it’s already breaking box office records! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 11 October 2015 16:12
“What is the one super power you wish you could have?” is probably a question I have been asked a million times. It’s maybe the most asked question that people ask someone who spends their life surrounded by superhero comics, movies, etc. Well, I personally say telekinesis, because when you can move things with your mind, you can do most of the things other powers allow you to do (also, you never have problems reaching anything or asking someone to get something for you ever again in your life...something I would love). But I think most peoples’ answer is “to fly”, right? Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Sunday, 13 September 2015 17:12
Okay, this one is going to be tough. Because...basically, EVERYONE is pretty good at martial arts in comic books, right? I mean, she’s been holding back, but I’m pretty sure even Aunt May can bust out some wicked crane kicks if she needed to! So, let’s get this straight...EVERYONE’S opinion will be different when it comes to who is the best martial artist in mainstream comics. It’s really all relative. Nobody’s right and nobody’s wrong here. So, what I’m saying is, if you disagree, I’m sorry and not all that sorry...this is my opinion, and everyone’s allowed to have one! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Monday, 31 August 2015 15:28
I am sure some of you in Canada had the chance to check out Marvel Universe Live at where it was being presented. Even ENR's very own Dave Michaels (FPB) attended (as many of you would know already from his review on the show). But then it had me thinking, "Why should America be the only nation to make live-action productions based on Marvel Comics' super-hero characters?". I mean back in the 1970s, there was a Turkish Captain America movie (although produced without license from Marvel), even a Japanese live-action Spider-Man television show made by the studio behind the Kamen Rider franchise, but then all the sudden, the trend of non-American Marvel movies seemed to have stopped altogether (sad indeed). Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 23 August 2015 01:51
Earlier in the year, I got the chance to cover a big press event at the world famous Bell Center arena announcing that Marvel Universe Live was coming to my hometown of Montreal and it was a huge deal! Not only was I asked (on behalf of eXpertComics) to give my opinion on the show on Montreal’s local CTV News offiliate, but I also got exclusive presale tickets to the show. Pretty snazzy. Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 02 August 2015 16:45
As far as Canadian superheroes go, We all know of Captain Canuck, Marvel’s Alpha Flight and Wolverine and of course, The Heroes of the North (a production which I myself am a part of), but not many people know of the original Canadian comic book superheroes of the Golden Age. Rachel Richey is a Canadian comic book archivist and historian and has made it her mission with her Comic Syrup Press publishing label to bring awareness to Canada’s comic book history and put these great characters back into the spotlight. At Montreal ComicCon I had the chance to sit with Rachel and chat about herself and her projects! Enjoy! Read more...
Published in Interviews
Thursday, 16 July 2015 20:09
New York, NY—July 16, 2015—Expression and art form merge between Marvel Comics and the world of hip-hop with a unique line of HIP-HOP Variants covers inspired by some of the most iconic and well received hip-hop and rap albums of all time. Accompanying each all-new #1 from Marvel Comics coming this fall, fans will get the chance to purchase their own Marvel Comics variant cover featuring their favorite Marvel characters paying homage to some of the most well-known and vocal musical artists over the past couple of years. Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Sunday, 12 July 2015 15:34
When it comes to haunting, dark artwork that almost looks like it should be hung up in a museum somewhere, the comics industry turns to Mr. Jae Lee. A 20+ year vetran in the industry, Jae has worked on it all from Wolverine to WildC.A.T.S to Stephen King's Dark Tower to his monumental run on the New 52 reboot of Batman/Superman. Jae has become one of the comic industry's top talents and most enthrallic and unique artists in a long time! I had the chance to catch up with Jae at Montreal ComicCon and have a talk about his start, his run on Batman/Superman and more! I could have talked with Jae forever, but it was the last 5-10 minutes of the con day and he was about to pack up! But he was so awesome he granted me this interview anyway!  Check it out! Read more...
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