30 Jul 2014

THE MONSTER MAKER (1944)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   MOVIES
The Monster Maker Cover Hey, guys and girls. Please let us all chillax for a moment, OK? We know the monster is alive and wants to kill us. But that doesn't necessarily stop us from watching the following 62 minute movie made in 1944. It was Directed by: Sam Newfield; and Starred: J. Carrol Naish, Ralph Morgan, Tala Birell, with Glenn Strange.


The Monster Maker (1944)

SAVAGE WOLVERINE #21

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   SAVAGE WOLVERINE
[ HANDS UP. THIS IS A SALE
Badges? We ain't got no stinking badges! We don't need no stinking badges! And I don't have to show you any stinking badges! All I have to do is sit down, relax, and check out the following comic book Created by: John Arcudi, Joe Quinones, Kevin Nowlan; and Published by: Marvel, in August, 2014.

29 Jul 2014

HAND OF DEATH

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   YUEN BIAO
The Hand of Death Cover Did you know there are many-many-many things you can do with your hands? You can punch someone in the face with them, for instance. And you can also pick up the following movie with them, too. Yeah. You know. That 90 minute one made in 1976, Directed by John Woo; and Starring: Tao-liang Tan, Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, James Tien, with Yien Biao.


The Hand of Death

RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #33

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   SCOTT LOBDELL
[ QUICK. TO THE COMIC SALE
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, step right up and gather round cause there's plenty of room for everyone! Honestly. You will not believe your eyes this July 2014, as DC Comics will present to you another chapter in RB Silva and Scott Lobdell's tale of intrigue and woe! Woe I say! Prepare yourself for much woe!

28 Jul 2014

WONDER WOMAN GIVES ONLINE DATING A WHIRL!

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:00   LOVESTRUCK
Sexy Wonder Woman Cosplay It's official. Wonder Woman is lonely and has taken to the world of online dating. Her very public on/off relationship with Superman has left her ‘disillusioned with superheroes’, and so she is seeking a ‘normal, weak man’, with squidgy bits, who accepts and loves her for who and what she is. Lovestruck.com can now reveal for the first time how her online profile reads...


DC Heroes

WHICH FICTIONAL WORLD IS FOR YOU?

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   INFOGRAPHIC
Simpsons Justice League Have you ever wondered which fictional world you’d be best suited to? No! Neither have we. But NeoMam Studios have made an awesome infographic, anyway! The team created a good old fashioned flow chart for you to follow, explore, and determine which fictional world you’d most like to live in. Could you be lounging around Gotham City, perhaps? Or maybe you’re destined to have the Simpsons as neighbours in Springfield? Let's see, shall we?




25 Jul 2014

MARVEL CHARACTERS - COMICS COMPARED TO MOVIES

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  17:04   NEWS
Iron-Wolverine Over the last decade, comic book fans have had plenty of reasons to go to the cinema regularly as many of their favourite Marvel comic heroes have starred in their own big-budget Hollywood blockbusters. But as so often happens when a book or a comic is turned into a film, there are bound to be small and sometimes even large differences between the comic’s storyline and that of the film.


Entertainment Earth.  Have Fun, Be Fun!

THE WEIRDING WIILLOWS - BRINGS ME SUNSHINE

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   INDIE-COMIC
The Weirding Willows Have you ever wondered what would happen if Mary Shelly and Kenneth Grahame ever had a love-child, together? Huh? What do you mean 'No!'! I have. And so has my mate, David Elliot. You know. That rather mixed up creator who I spoke to only the other day, about his rather mixed up and spectacular comic book...


The Weirding Willows

24 Jul 2014

THE BANK HOLIDAY MURDERS - THE TRUE STORY OF THE FIRST WHITECHAPEL MURDERS

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  17:30   JACK THE RIPPER
The Bank Holiday Murders: The True Story of the First Whitechapel Murders Cover According to modern day consensus Jack the Ripper only killed five prostitutes, despite the official police reports stating he killed nine, not five, whilst some these unfortunate women were none so... coff-coff... 'unfortunate'... so to speak. Now for more information about Jack,  please check out the following interview I did with my mate Tom Wescott, who wrote a book entitled...


The Bank Holiday Murders: The True Story of the First Whitechapel Murders

THE DEADLY SILVER NINJA (1978)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   MOVIES
The Dragon, The Young Master Cover Psssst!! Be very, very, quiet. Because if you're not, there's a distinct possibility you may inadvertently wake up one of those ninja's who starred in this 84-minute movie, made in 1978. No. Of course I'm not talking about Godfrey Ho, silly. He's the assassin that directed it. Obviously I'm talking about that other chap -- Dragon Lee.


The Dragon, The Young Master

23 Jul 2014

ROY ROGERS IN BELLS OF SAN ANGELO (1947)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   WAR + WESTERNS
Bells Of San Angelo Cover While swinging from his toes and shooting from his hips. Roy Rogers battles foes with a song upon his lips. It's defiantly a lot easier than reading those movie scripts. Or otherwise he would be relegated to eating fish and chips. Nah! That doesn't make any sense, does it? So just sit back, relax, and watch the following 75 minute movie made in 1947. It was Directed by: William Witney; and Co-Starred: Dale Evans, Andy Devine, with John McGuire.


Bells Of San Angelo

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