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18 Sep 2014

GREEN LANTERN - FUTURES END #1

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   GREEN LANTERN
[ FUTURE STORY - SAME PRICE
Many years in the future the world will be changed forever more. Robert Venditti will become a well-known candle maker. Martin Coccolo will change his name to Aaron Lopresti. And DC Comics will vaguely recollect a lawsuit they avoided, in September, 2014. Say no more. Wink-Wink

17 Sep 2014

DC ANNOUNCES INCREDIBLE LINE-UP FOR NEW YORK COMIC CON 2014

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   NEWS
New York Comic Con 2014 Batman 75th Anniversary All-Star Panel to Include Dark Knight Talent Neal Adams, Greg Capullo, Kevin Conroy, Geoff Johns, Jim Lee and Scott Snyder. So come on. Celebrate the Future of Batman with New BATGIRL Creative Team, Thrilling New Storyline for BATMAN, New Series ARKHAM MANOR, GOTHAM ACADEMY, GOTHAM BY MIDNIGHT and More!


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16 Sep 2014

THE TRIUMPH OF SHERLOCK HOLMES (1935)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   SHERLOCK HOLMES
The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes Cover Did you know that Sherlock Holmes has been depicted in the movies more than any other fictional character throughout cinematic history? Yeah. It's fairly elementary, don't you know. You just ask any of those nice chaps seen in the following 75 minute flick made in 1935. It was Directed by: Leslie S. Hiscott; and Starred: Arthur Wontner, Lyn Harding, with Leslie Perrins.


The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes

DETECTIVE COMICS - FUTURES END #1

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   DETECTIVE
[ I NEED TO BUY AN UMBRELLA
Many years in the future the world will be changed forever more. Francis Manapul will be a bus-driver. Brian Buccellato will be a taxidermist. And DC Comics will recollect how they once conned a squirrel into pinching its own nuts, in September, 2014. May Chip and Dale have mercy on their souls.

15 Sep 2014

BRIDE OF THE MONSTER (1955)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   SCI-FI + FANTASY
Bride of the Monster Cover If you've ever watched Tim Burton's 1994 bio-pic, 'Ed Wood', then you must remember that scene where Bela Lugosi had a hissy fit whilst fighting a rubber octopus. Well, dear reader, if you want to know what the fuss was all about, please check out the following 69 minute movie made in 1955. It was Directed by: Ed Wood; and Starred: Bela Lugosi, Tor Johnson, Tony McCoy, with Loretta King.


Bride of the Monster

JUSTICE LEAGUE #33

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   JUSTICE LEAGUE
[ WHO WANTS TO SAVE MONEY?
Now why on Earth do you think Niles Caulder named his team the 'Doom Patrol'? Do you think it could have anything to do with his laps shaving habits, perhaps? Or better yet, could it be anything to do with the following comic book Created by: Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, and Published by DC Comics in August, 2014.

12 Sep 2014

KYMERA PRESS INC - WOMEN WRITE COMIC BOOKS TOO

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   INDIE-COMIC
Gates of Midnight Over a hundred years ago women were prohibited to vote, even though they were allowed to endanger their own lives supporting the war effort. Thankfully, in today's more congenial environment, women can do a number of things they couldn't in the past. Such as building, wearing provocative hats, as well as writing comic books too. Now for more information, please check out the following interview I did with an amazing lady called Debbie.


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CLOWN - JAMES MADDOX GOES TO THE CIRCUS

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   INDIE-COMIC
Clown Did you know the term 'Clown' derived from the 16th century, and was a Scandinavian word meaning 'clumsy', or 'boorish fellow'? Honestly, dear reader. Ti's true. If you think I'm waxing lyrical here, then I suggest that you check out the following interview I did with a not so clumsy and boorish fellow who goes by the name of ...


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11 Sep 2014

LADY BEHAVE! (1937)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   MOVIES
Lady Behave! Cover Women, eh? You can't live them, and you can't live without them. Still. What are ya' gonna do? Oh! I know. You can always watch the following 70 minute movie made in 1937. It was Directed by: Lloyd Corrigan; and Starred: Sally Eilers, Neil Hamilton, with Joseph Schildkraut.


Lady Behave!

I LOVED DC'S 'SELFIE' MONTH

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  06:00   NEWS
Justice League Selfie Yes, my friends. The title of this article says it all. I just loved those gimmicky covers provided by DC Comics during their self-titled, 'selfies month'. And do you know why I loved them so? Well. They were fresher than a naked hooker on a summers day. They were more modern than a Star Wars convention held in the future. Plus they also gave me the opportunity to now do what I do best. Take the Mickey out of them. Hey! It beats me reviewing 'Futures End', doesn't it?


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10 Sep 2014

THE COWBOY AND THE INDIANS (1949)

By David Lee Andrews   Posted at  08:30   WAR + WESTERNS
The Cowboy and the Indians (1949) Cover Hi-ya, ye-ye-ye. Hi-ya, ye-ye-ye. Hi-ya, ye-ye-ye. Stop.  How, pale face! Me am reviewer now. Me will type review for you in fairly broken English. Example of that can be seen in follow 69 minute movie made in 1949. It Directed by: John English; and Starred: Gene Autry, Sheila Ryan, with Frank Richards. Me go now. Me have casino to run.


The Cowboy and the Indians (1949)

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