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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
Thursday, 22 September 2016 17:45
It’s back! Yup AoS season 4 has begun and it begins with a roar! Last season was touch and go, with a lot of side plots and stuff going on, and it seems this season is a bit of back to basics with Coulson and his team. With a few kinks. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Monday, 12 September 2016 19:21
The X-Men and the Inhumans are on a collision course. Cyclops is missing and presumed dead. But the question on everyone’s lips is “why”? That question and more will be answered in DEATH OF X #1 – a new 4-issue series launching October 5th! Superstar creators Jeff Lemire (Extraordinary X-Men) and Charles Soule (Uncanny Inhumans) are joined by fan-favorite artist Aaron Kuder (Action Comics) for an incendiary tale that will change the course of Mutantkind and Inhumanity alike! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
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
Thursday, 07 July 2016 18:39
The X-Men and the Inhumans are on a collision course. Cyclops is missing and presumed dead. But the question on everyone’s lips is “why”? That question and more will be answered in DEATH OF X #1 – a new 4-issue series launching this fall! Superstar creators Jeff Lemire (Extraordinary X-Men) and Charles Soule (Uncanny Inhumans) are joined by fan-favorite artist Aaron Kuder (Action Comics) for an incendiary tale that will change the course of Mutantkind and Inhumanity alike! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 02:50
Do you wanna rock? Well I do! There have been quite a few rock & roll acts to grace the pages of mainstream comics, some are real artists (like Prince, Alice Cooper, KISS and even Run DMC) who had their own comic series, but there have also been so many FICTIONAL rock bands that we so wish here the real deal. I’ve decided to share, as the music festivals of summer begin to become an every weekend occurrence, to honor those bands from the pages of our favorite comics that we wish we could actually add to our playlists! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Sunday, 12 June 2016 16:54
Legacy in comics is important. Legacy in all epic fictional sagas is VERY important. Just look at the response of Star Wars: The Force Awakens compared to let’s say...the new Ghostbusters remake so far. Force Awakens was all about continuing the story we all grew up with, at the same time as adding an excellent cast of new and exciting 2nd generation characters that will keep the adventures in a galaxy far, far away going strong. Ghostbusters is a whole new reboot of a story that many feel is a cheap remake of a movie that still to this day holds up for many of us. If they were to make this movie with the all-female cast of new characters that are the daughters or protégées of the original Ghostbusters, well, I bet more fans would enjoy that. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
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