This perfect panel is from Star Wars issue #2, page 6, 1977. It was drawn by Howard Chaykin, colored by Steve Leialoha, and lettered by Tom Orzechowski. The issue was edited by Roy Thomas. This one panel conveys as much emotional weight as the original scene with Sir Alec Guinness. The script is slightly... Continue Reading →
So today, the internet broke with the "news", more like speculation, that Henry Cavill was out as Superman. After the shit storm, names were bandied about. Most notably, to me, was Michael B. Jordan. This choice intrigued me. As a matter of fact, Jordan could bring something new to the character, but this isn't... Continue Reading →
Before we had the awesome Jaime Reyes take up the mantle of the Blue Beetle, I had an idea for a Marvel / DC crossover. In my version I had envisioned that Peter Parker’s clone, Ben Reilly, instead of dying, would have been presumed dead after an apparent self-sacrifice to save New York.... Continue Reading →
I thought this was just going to be a simple re-dressing of the current Avengers series, and in essence it is, but it seems like they retooled the entire format of the show to spotlight the Black Panther. Black Panther was one of the highest grossing films of the year, so it stands to... Continue Reading →
I would be remiss if I allowed the passing of this day without mention of the 25th anniversary of the Power Rangers. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers came out when I was 23, honestly I didn't even notice them. Then one day I clicked in right when there was some pretty impressive fight... Continue Reading →
So last night we went down the rabbit-hole and fired up the Multiverse Cinema Box to watch M. Night Shyamalan's "Last Airbender". Apart from the casting issues, particularly with the Water Tribe, the beginning of the film started off pretty strong and faithful to the original series. Things began to veer off course quickly,... Continue Reading →
This weekend I will be revisiting Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. I prefer this series over the original Ghost in the Shell movie. While I am on the subject of GitS, I quite enjoyed the live action film starring Scarlett Johansson.
Source: Little Weirdos: Mini figures and other monster toys: Diener Space Raiders: classic robo-alien & spaceship erasers Oh Internet, is there anything that I can remember that you can’t locate? Actually there are a few things, but I was thinking back on an eraser set I had back when I was 10 (1980). Lo and behold... Continue Reading →