In the month of October, 2014, DC Comics will garnish their covers with a monstrous piece of artwork. Tom Taylor will acknowledge this fact by playing dominoes with Andy Smith. Where as Timothy Green will stand there, patiently, and await for his turn next. You have been duly warned.
It's a little known fact that the German dictator Adolf Hitler was conceived in the very same year Jack the Ripper committed his series of heinous crimes. What's more, another Ripper-German connection can be found in the following 92 minute movie made in 1976. It was Directed by Jesus Franco; and Starred:
Klaus Kinski, Josephine Chaplin, with Andreas Mannkopff.
In the month of October, 2014, DC Comics will garnish their covers with a monstrous piece of artwork. Scott Snyder will pay homage to this occurrence by dressing up as Bela Lugosi. Where as Greg Capullo will accompany him by dressing up as Lady Gaga. You have been duly warned.
If you want to rile up a room full of comic enthusiasts, ask them a simple question: digital or print? Many might argue over the convenience of having thousands of comics in the palm of your hand while other, more traditional folk (such as yours truly) wax poetic about the beauty of the true print comic book experience. Regardless of where you stand, it can be said that both forms have their advantages as well as disadvantages. Here are just a few things to consider before choosing your stance:
Yes, the rumors are true. Superman has decided to give online dating a bash after tiring of his on-off romance with Lois Lane and Wonder Woman. He’s reported to have taken this brave decision following long conversations with his mom in Smallville. Bless her cotton socks. 'Supes' is now looking for a girl next-door type, who likes the simpler things in life. Interested? Then read on…
For many years people have been watching movies and eating pizza. But now, for the first time ever, you can watch a movie and watch a pizza... simultaneously! Wait a minute. That didn't sound quite right, did it? Oh! I know. Why don't I shut my mouth and just tell you about this interview I did with my pal George O'Barts, and his indie film...
Do you know what bad-backs, small children, and lavish melodramas, all have in common? No. China hasn't just banned them. Not yet, anyway. You see in my opinion the one thing that joins these three... errr.... 'entities' together, is that at one time or another they're all gonna need supporting. Now for a good illustration of this, please check out the following interview I did with my mate Timothy J Cox. The 'J' stands for 'Jumanji'.
A couple of days ago I bought a tuxedo from a dodgy looking department store, and for some apparent reason it made me do a number of very strange things. For instance, it made me itch. It made me scratch. It made me mad. And it made me watch the following 95-minute movie developed in 2002. It was Directed by Kevin Donovan; and Starred: Jackie Chan, Jennifer Love Hewitt, with Jason Isaacs.
Come one. Come all. And let's meet the newest member of the Justice League by picking up the following comic book Created by: Geoff Johns, Scott Kolins, and Published by DC Comics in October, 2014. Trust me, folks. This new member has a right fresh ring about her. A power ring.
Good evening, my friends. Please allow me to introduce you to a very warm-hearted adventure full of death, intrigue, suspense, and death. Oh! Did I say 'death' twice? Well, I am slightly impartial to death, and so will you, when you watch the following 75 minute movie made in 1959. It was Directed by: William Castle; and Starred: Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, Richard Long, with Alan Marshal.
If you're afflicted with bad vision please try to remember that you can use your other senses to shoot people, get around, eat beans, as well as star in the following 90 minute movie made in 1964. It was Directed by: Sergio Corbucci; and Starred: Cameron Mitchell, Georges Riviere, Ethel Rojo, with Diana Martín.