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7 Jul 2015

ACES WEEKLY AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON, 2015

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   CONVENTIONS
Aces Weekly Famed artist and co-creator of the Alan Moore 80s political thriller, 'V for Vendetta', David Lloyd, will be at San Diego Comic Con this year, at stand 1907, just across the way from DC Comics. David will be representing the pioneering, Aces Weekly, the exclusively onscreen weekly comic art magazine, showcasing some of the finest international comic creators including: John McCrea, David Hine, Dan Christensen, Phil Hester, Mark Wheatley, Marc Hempel, Batton Lash, Jim Hudnall, Yishan Li, and Shaky Kane.


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DAREDEVIL #16

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   MARVEL
[ I LIKE BUYING ONLINE
June of 2015 was a very sad time for the characters which starred in this comic book. Not because Mark Waid was writing it. And not because Chris Samnee was drawing it! It's because Marvel Comics decided to print it on edible paper and allowed very fat and hungry delivery drivers to... errr... how can I put this? Consume it? One vowel at a time.

6 Jul 2015

CAMERON GIVES BLESSING TO THE NEW TERMINATOR TRILOGY - IS IT ENOUGH?

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   NEWS
Terminator Genisys Like many long-running movie franchises, the Terminator series of films has experienced both record-breaking highs, and disappointing lows, peppered throughout five films that started with the introduction of Terminator T-800, Model 101, in 'The Terminator' more than 30 years ago. After the hugely successful 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' in 1991, the franchise lingered in development hell with several script rewrites. Original director and co-writer, James Cameron, then dropped out before 'Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines' came along in 2003.


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FLASH #41

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   FLASH
[ WHO'S FLASHING MY BOOK?
In June, 2015, DC Comics launched their brand new direction, aptly titled DC YOU. However, do you know what the YOU in DC YOU actually stands for? Does it mean, oi YOU, Robert Venditti, how come you write your stories in a darkened room? Or does it mean, wait a minute, Brett Booth, didn't YOU once own a booth and call it Brett? Want to know the answer? Then what are you waiting for? Read. Read. Read.

3 Jul 2015

LA COSPLAY CON - AN INTERVIEW WITH HEATHER ELLERTSON

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   CONVENTIONS
Cosplay Wonder Woman The LA Cosplay Convention is an annual event held every year where fans of popular culture get together and dress up as their favorite characters. Now from my point of view this is a good thing, and I'd especially like to thank Heather Ellertson, the producer of LA Cosplay Con, for organising it for us. Heather, it's now over to you...


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WE KILL THE DEAD -- DON'T SLASH MY COMIC

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   INDIE-COMIC
We Kill The DeadImagine an army of axe-wielding nutters standing in front of you ready for a fight. Then, once you've imagined that, try and envision them looking towards you and saying, 'Excuse me, buttercup. But we'd be awfully grateful if you'd read the following interview for us. Go on, toodle-pip. As it features our pal John and his axe-wielding comic book'.


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2 Jul 2015

ARROW VIDEO GO FOR BROKE WITH A TRIO OF GRIND HOUSE CLASSICS

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   DVD
Eaten Alive by Tobey Hooper Yes. That's correct. In July of 2015, Arrow Video, a part of MVD Entertainment Group, will release three more Grind House cinema classics for all our viewing pleasures. Now the three in question include Stray Cat Rock, directed by Yasuharu Hasebe, Cemetery Without Crosses, directed by Robert Hossein, and Eaten Alive, directed by Tobe 'Texas Chainsaw' Hooper. Want to know more? Then you know what you have to do. Click-Click.




1 Jul 2015

10 SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT DESPICABLE ME'S MINIONS

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  07:30   INFOGRAPHIC
Despicable Me By now, everyone knows these lovable goofballs. Ever since their first appearance in Despicable Me, these yellow creatures, also known as minions, have captured the audience's hearts and imaginations with their simple-minded yet comedic mishaps. It also helps that they have a love for performing and singing popular songs in their own weirdly fascinating language. For today, we'll be taking a break from talking about film locations, since this is a completely animated production, there aren't any filming locations to mention. Now that their own solo movie 'Minions' is almost out, we give you 10 surprising facts that you might not know about the minions.


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30 Jun 2015

MOVIE LOCATIONS HELD AT BRONSON CANYON, GRIFFITH PARK

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   VIDEO
Bruce and John Wayne Since the early nineteen thirties, Bronson Canyon, Griffith Park, situated within the Californian state of Los Angeles, has been a movie location utilized over one hundred and sixty times on screen. Now this ranges from a certain Dark Knights garage door, to a secret location used by a known outlaw. So, if you think you've seen it, you most probably have, because in my eyes, Bronson Canyon, and their famous man made caves, sure have staked their claim upon cinematic history. Here, when you can, movie fans, please take a look at some of the flicks which has snapped it up for us to see.




DETECTIVE COMICS #41

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   FRANCIS MANAPUL
[ URBAN STYLE. URBAN PRICE ]  
In June, 2015, DC Comics launched their brand new direction, aptly titled DC YOU. However, do you know what the YOU in DC YOU actually stands for? Does it mean, oi YOU, Francis Manapul, when are you going to get yourself a real job? Or does it mean, wait a minute, Fernando Blanco, didn't YOU once sing in One Direction? Want to know the answer? Then what are you waiting for? Read. Read. Read.

29 Jun 2015

THE MORAL FACTORS OF VIDEO GAMES

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   GAMES
Harley Quinn in Arkham Knight As video games have evolved as narratives, the presentation of moral dilemmas, or options to players, has become a popular facet in game storytelling. Gaming has grown up with its audience—the 2014 ESA report states that the average gamer is 31 years old, and that more than a third of American gamers are over the age of 36—so it's really no surprise that morality in video games has evolved from “beat the bad guy, save the princess” into something more complicated and nuanced, just as its players have. Here is a look at the moral landscape of video games.




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