High Priced Comics Are Killing Me
This past week, on April 9, Marvel released two hefty oversized comics with jacked up prices for special occasions.
The first one was All New X-Men #25, and the second was Deadpool #27.
They sold All New X-Men #25 as a “monumental” 25th issue (which, well, quite frankly, is not monumental at all I don’t think?) and Deadpool, was of course, the big wedding issue which featured a full regular…
Cptain America: The Winter Soldier and PTSD
Something I don’t see Captain America: The Winter Soldier getting alot of credit for is the GENIUS writing that aligned Captain America’s experience of waking up in a new world with the PTSD experience faced by Iraq/Afghanistan veterans.
I’m not a vet, and have no jurisdiction to speak on the experience of coming home from war, but the conversations between Falcon/Cap in the first act reflect…
So, how about that “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” movie?
This is going to be a fully comprehensive, COMPLETELY SPOILER FREE review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which released this Friday, Arpil 4.
So…. it was like, totally awesome.
Lik, the awesomest.
And bad ass too.
But mostly awesome.
Like, you’d think it would be awesome enough starting off a movie by having Cap and *SPOILER FREE CENSORSHIP*go at it… but no.…
STOP WITH THE LEAKING, DAMN IT!
This week, high quality photos of the new additions to the cast of the next Avengers movie, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, were leaked online, and it really pissed me off.
It was like I couldn’t log onto Facebook, Tumblr, or any of the various Comic-centric blogs and sites on the web this week without seeing some kind of article about the leaked photos from the upcoming…
Anonymous asked: No more time travel. Please, no more.
Then how will you read this answer.
because, like, isn’t, like, every second of your life traveling in time to the next second of your life
kareemopolis asked: Does Barbara Gordon like deep house disco funk?
You’re thinking of Catwoman.
I Turned Off “The Walking Dead” for “COSMOS,” and You Should Too.
Sunday nights has become THEE night for cinama-esque quality television, it seems. HBO started the modern trend of Sunday night success with acclaim for it’s Sunday night shows like “The Sopranos,” way back in the day (early 2000s), and most recently with shows like “Game of Thrones” and “True Detective.”
Other networks followed in their footsteps on the pay channels, and then on AMC, mainly with…
Star Trek’s “City on the Edge of Forever” Gets a Comic-Book Makeover
“City on the Edge of Forever” screenshot from Star Trek: The Original Series
IDW is the exclusive publisher of Star Trek titles in comics, and is making this move presumably because of the success of “The…