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DCU Chapter One: Gods and Monsters

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The future of DC’s film and television content, or at least the first phase, has been laid out. It’s not that exciting for me, perhaps it will play out better for you. While I am not the type to just write something off upon initial word about a project, there just wasn’t much that captured my imagination. The closest thing would have to be the “Creature Commandos“. Although, I prefer my team of CC to be kicking Nazi butt, I will give it a whole-hearted shot.

The Creature Commandos are a fictional DC Comics team of military superhumans originally set in World War II. The original team was introduced in Weird War Tales #93 (November 1980), created by J. M. DeMatteis and Pat Broderick. The team was composed of a human team leader, a werewolf, a vampire, a Frankenstein’s monster, and a gorgon.

Eleven Seconds of Ultraman (Hayata) Perfection

So, if you have approximately eleven seconds to spare and the first Ultraman is your jam, then have I got a clip for you to watch! This takes the original and recreates him into more than some undisciplined brawler. The concise economy of motion-based moves are DOPELY dynamic! While watching the latest Ultraman: Ultra Galaxy Fight episode, this stood out to me, and I knew that I HAD to share it. Also, I was today years old when I discovered that YouTube had the ability to share clips in this manner. What a neat little tool. Now if I could make this clip into an animated GIF, I would be an Ultra-Happy camper. SHUWACH!

Welcome to the 23rd Century β€” via Master Mix Movies

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Logan’s Run was the most ambitious science fiction film made at the time. Bare in mind this was 1 year before Star Wars dominated the big screen. So their depiction of a futuristic society is a bit more cheesy with a space age soundtrack from Jerry Goldsmith, colorful costumes, and clean sets made from repurposed […]

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The contrast between the sanitized existence of the dome to the outside world is wonderful. I also enjoy Box and how he would preserve the Runners. I didn’t see this one in the theaters, I caught it on television in 1978, after Star Wars was a daily staple in my life. Saying that, it was interesting for me until they made it outside. After that, it lost me. Now, I adore this film and love to pop it in every now and then. Check out Master Mix Movies’ entry on this sci-fi classic.

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