Astioning Spider-Man and Wolverine #1- I don't expect it to be good, but it's worth giving a chance.
Brightest Day #1- I really hope that two year from now we're not reviewing issue #23 or 24. Hopefully this is a nice quick story, which in today's standards will be about anywhere between 6 and 8 pages.
Incorruptible #5- Liking the story.
Irredeemable #13- There's needs to be a resolution soon. Pluntoniun is still at large, It seems to basically be the same thing stretched out from issue to issue in regards to the basic plot. Read more »
Roger called me afterwards and told me he started screaming the answer to the third question at the computer when I hesitated to answer it.
If only I had a window open....
Hey guys, if you watched Episode 5, you'd know that Pete asked everyone to send us pictures of your comic book boxes/containers! So far we have a few submissions and those can be viewed on our Facebook Page
We're in the process of taking pictures of our own collections and throwing it up there as well!
So send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the subject type "MY BIG STINKING BOX"!
Last year Warner Bros. announced Guy Ritchie was hired to direct the movie adaptation of DC Comics character "Lobo". Recently Guy Ritchie directed "Sherlock Holmes" starring Robert Downey Jr., the studio wants to move forward with "Sherlock Holmes 2", and they want Guy Ritchie to return for the sequel. The L.A. Times spoke with producer Joel Silver who is producing both properties and asked if "Sherlock Holmes 2" will delay the production of "Lobo" until Ritchie is free to direct. "I would guess a different director" said Silver, "It's all happening at once now. Everybody is talking about everything .... It's an ongoing conversation."
Hollywood’s current trend of remaking, rebooting, and reimaging everything has inspired me to create a “Blog Reboot”. This “Reblog” stars New Words and Punch Lines. Directed by the man who blogged “The Sinister Six Should be the new Spidey-Trilogy”. Read the updated version of “ROBIN in the BATMAN Movies”. Available in text and in IMax 3D. Read more »
Zombieland writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese may be writing the sequel to G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. IESB has reported that the writers have approached Paramount Pictures and are waiting for a response. Earlier this week it was officially announced Reese and Wernick were hired to write the Deadpool movie. No official word yet about the G.I. Joe sequel. Officially they have retired from sleeping and now live life reading comic books and watching cartoons.