While not as explosive or block buster shattering as it was last year, we’re still getting a good solid crop of comic book adaptations coming out soon, starting with Iron Man 3. So which movie are you anticipating the most? Are you on board with Tony Stark and his legion of armors or are you excited for Superman’s second cinematic brawl against his fellow Kryptonian, Zod? Perhaps you’re itching for that ultra violent ass kicking that Kick-Ass 2 is sure to deliver or are you eagerly waiting for the Ernest-esque Wolverine’s vacation to Japan? What about a true sequel to Sin City that we’ve all been waiting for for the last decade? Are you excited for Thor and Loki’s team up in Thor: The Dark World more than Bruce Willis and John Malkovich’s team up in Red 2?
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I never thought I’d see Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds in a supernatural buddy cop movie together. I know that is an oddly specific thing to NOT expect, but that’s just…how this cookie crumbled. Anyway, a lot of people are calling this a Men In Black rip-off, but the whole secret-service-that-exists-outside-the-general-public’s-knowledge thing can’t be credited to MIB…but I’ll concede the point that the exaggerated cartoonish CGI looks familiar. Continue Reading
There is an Ant-Man test footage/teaser trailer that exists out there somewhere, but Disney had been adamant about keeping all of it under wraps and taking down any videos that make it on-line WITH EXTREME PREJUDICE . I know, it’s a damn shame…but that doesn’t necessarily mean the internet can’t provide us with some interesting screen caps. Continue Reading
Imagine a world where a super villain constantly threatens the safety of your city and its citizens (particularly the women and children) and a masked vigilante does his best to thwart his dastardly plans in their every confrontation. Been there, done that, right? Now imagine that same super villain somehow gets treated and become a stable, functioning cog of our society. Continue Reading
It’s a new segment I’m starting because I love talking about comic books. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t know the writer of the said recommendation, but I wouldn’t dare put up any content on my blog if it did not come with any merit. It’s a poignant story about the loss of a loved one that’ll tug at your heart string multiple times before your tear ducts even know what hit ’em. The black and white artwork here with the hard line edges compliment the story very nicely.