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Friday, 10 February 2017 03:03
FX’s Legion is indeed a part of Fox’s X-Men movie universe, but you probably wouldn’t know it from the series’ pilot. Don’t expect Storm or Wolverine, Magneto or Rogue...or even your new favorite, Deadpool to show up. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 05 February 2017 19:28
In the second big "cape" big game ad, we get another look at Hugh Jackman's final hurrah with the claws in Logan! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:05
It's been a long while since I have sat in front of my keyboard and did this and all I can say is spell check is wonderful. Enough of that though. It is well documented (by me), that I am not what anyone would call a gamer. For the most part I am satisfied with Mario Kart and the like. Read more...
Published in Video Games
Monday, 23 January 2017 16:41
Over 20 years ago, DC Comics and Marvel Comics did the unthinkable. The two companies teamed up to settle the ultimate debate, with the help of their fans. Who would win in a smackdown of epic proportions between their greatest heroes? Think of it as Wrestlemania, but involving your favorite superheroes! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Thursday, 20 October 2016 13:20
Here we have something we never thought we'd see, a movie inspired on Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's Old Man Logan Wolverine storyline! Rumored to be Hugh Jackman's final movie as Wolverine, Logan follows a grizzled, aged former X-Man as he continues to tend to a bed-ridden Charles Xavier in a dystopian future. Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Monday, 03 October 2016 15:30
So, I recently have been (in the middle of waiting for a Marvel fix in between Daredevil season 2 and Luke Cage), loading my Netflix list with a plethora of classic (and some recent) Marvel cartoon shows. And like I did ever since I was a kid, I just fell in love and re-fell in love with almost all of them. Do you remember what your first Marvel cartoon was? Did it make you a fan for life? Did it make you interested in the comic it was adapted from? It was meant to. For generations Saturday morning or afternoon cartoons were the vehicles for comic companies to gain interest in their characters (before live action movies). Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Sunday, 31 July 2016 18:53
Back in 1995/1996 I was the only kid (to my knowledge) in my high school that would use a good portion of his lunch money to buy a comic book or two (or 5) every week instead of actual food. It didn’t matter to me if Spider-Man was knee-deep in the clone saga or Superman had a mullet...comics were my life and still are and I never thought that made me uncool or not popular...I felt it made me the opposite...even if I was hard-pressed to find ANYONE that cared about comics as much as me. But then a movie came along that made me realize there WERE people out there like me. And they were ACTUALLY cool because of it. Or at least, I thought they were. It was Kevin Smith’s Mallrats and before I met the characters of Brodie, Jay & Silent Bob, I have never seen or heard of a movie where guys had posters with comic characters (some of the same ones I had, even), talked about comics like I did and even my favorite superhero Wolverine is mentioned (WAY before the X-Men movies came out). I mean, STAN LEE was in it! People actually KNEW who that was?! I soon went backwards and saw his previous film and debut as a filmmaker, Clerks and found out just how talented this dude is at telling stories. There is nothing like a Kevin Smith screenplay, you can quote me on that. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Tuesday, 05 July 2016 16:58
Happy July 4th week to all of my American friends and family! Now, I may not be from the ‘ol U.S. of A., but that doesn’t mean I can’t celebrate America’s 240th birthday with a special red, white and blue Bleed! When it comes to comics, there has been a lot more than a few heroes that embody the ideals of the American people, and vigilantly defend what the country was meant to stand for. Both Marvel and DC have more than a few heroes that not only fight to defend the citizens of their country, but  basically wear the flag to do it!  Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
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