If it's crap ... We'll tell you
In this new day, and new age, is reading dying?
What do you think?
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TheDVDGrouch & the comic book cast take a trip back in time to relive some of their favourite things.Continue
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MGM has purchased the rights to the classic children's picture book series 'Where's Waldo?' with the intent of producing a live-action film. No word yet on when we may see the wayward, candy-stripped hero on the screen or if the studio has any inclination on who they would want to cast in the…Continue
Masashi Kishimoto’s popular series about a world of ninjas and ninjutsu has become one of Shonen Jump’s biggest manga series of all time and the volumes have sold millions of copies worldwide, as well as having an anime television series, trading cards, toys, a clothing range and many other merchandise.
This week sees the release of the english-translation of volume fifty two (an achievement in itself to reach such a high number) and after all this time, Kishimoto and his art team…Continue
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Untapped Story Potential:
It just hit me that there are very few movies dealing with what goes behind the scenes in the comic book industry.
There are some seriously dramatic untapped stories here. How about a biography chronicling…
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With the release of Batman: The Animated Series, a turning-point began in the career of Mark Hamill, the actor made famous for his portrayal of Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy. Forced into a stagnant position due to typecasting, Hamill had to face the problem that many actors before him who have been genre typecast:
breaking it. Unlike many of those before him, Hamill found a very novel
way to do…
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I find it incredibly difficult to comprehend the levels of disappointment that I had felt after this films credits rolled. This film had a bigger build up than any film that I remember. Cloverfield had nothing on this
bitch. I was so overly hyped just by the eittle snippets and hints that the
gave to this movies production in the HBO special:
Comic Books Unbound. I spent almost a half-hour just trying to find a downloadable trailer…Continue
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