At The Comic Book Movies

A.T.C.B.M - ROBIN in the BATMAN Movies (The Reblog)

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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 »

A.T.C.B.M - THE SINISTER SIX should be the New SPIDEY-TRILOGY (Part 4) "Spider-Man 6"

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The final chapter of the “SINISTER SIX TRILOGY” is here. SPIDER-MAN 4 and SPIDER-MAN 5 set the stage and now it’s time for the main event. Hope you enjoy Part 4 of “THE SINISTER SIX should be the New SPIDEY-TRILOGY”.

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A.T.C.B.M - THE SINISTER SIX should be the New SPIDEY-TRILOGY (Part 3) "Spider-Man 5"

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SPIDER-MAN 5

One Year has passed since the events of SPIDER-MAN 4. PETER PARKER and GWEN STACY now have a steady relationship, but AUNT MAY is depressed and feels lonely in her old age. At the OSCORP building ADRIAN TOOMES introduces his assistant/bodyguard MAC GARGAN to an engineer by the name of HERMAN SCHULTZ. For the past year MR. TOOMES and MR. SCHULTZ have secretly developed a number of different power suits to aid in the capture of SPIDER-MAN. Read more »

A.T.C.B.M - THE SINISTER SIX should be the New SPIDEY-TRILOGY (Part 2) "Spider-Man 4"

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If you search the web you'll find countless blogs and message boards with fans giving their ideas for the new SPIDER-MAN movie. Some ideas are bad and some are good. In Part 1 of this article I stated my opinion on why the new SPIDER-MAN trilogy should incorporate THE SINISTER SIX. So now I will throw my hat into the idea pit to give you my storyline concept for a new SPIDER-MAN trilogy. This will be written using only bullet points of a general storyline.

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A.T.C.B.M - THE SINISTER SIX should be the New SPIDEY-TRILOGY (Part 1) "The Article"

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When SPIDER-MAN swung into movie theaters in 2002 it started a Spidey-Epidemic. Webbed merchandise was all over the place, Spider-Man’s face and logo were massively printed, embroidered, pasted, sketched, airbrushed, shit smeared, projected, and carved on every possible piece of saleable material. SPIDER-MAN created obese wallets for bootleggers everywhere, but SPIDEY also satisfied the appetite of the Hollywood Profit Hungry Monster. We Spidey-Swing to 2004 and SPIDER-MAN 2 made enough money to cover for five corrupt business tycoons. Read more »

AT THE COMIC BOOK MOVIES: ROBIN in the BATMAN Movies (Part 2) "Robin Begins"

Welcome to part 2 of "ROBIN in the BATMAN movies"

I already ran down the problems and gave you my opinion on the subject. Now it's time to throw my hat in with my idea for making ROBIN work on film. Read more »

AT THE COMIC BOOK MOVIES: ROBIN in the BATMAN Movies (Part 1) "The Problems"

I'm going to get straight into it because this is one of those topics that does not need a big elaborate intro. The topic at hand of course is....."Should ROBIN show up in the new BATMAN movie franchise?" This has been a big subject since "BATMAN BEGINS" was released back in 2005. The internet and comic book communities are basically at a stalemate when it comes to this very touchy subject. There's a "Wayne Manor" full of people who absolutely feel ROBIN should not be included in this new Bat-Movie Universe, but there is also a "Bat-Cave" packed with people who want to see ROBIN. Read more »

AT THE COMIC BOOK MOVIES: "CITIZENS FOR BATMAN INVADE N.Y.C"

What's Crackalackin Basement Fans?! I hope you peeps are ready for "THE DARK KNIGHT"!!!!! It's about to hit us like an atomic comic book cinema sidekick to the side of your oldest ancestor's ancestor's neighborhood who was friends with a guy downtown who tamed a raptor and rode him like a horsey grandma's head............... Read more »

AT THE COMIC BOOK MOVIES: "COMIC BOOK MOVIES NOT DC OR MARVEL"

Welcome everyone to the 1st edition of "At the {Comic Book} Movies!". This is where I'll be giving you folks a rundown on Comic Book properties in the pipeline to become major motion pictures. It seems with the release of "IRON MAN", a new "INCREDIBLE HULK" movie, the Batman Begins sequel "THE DARK KNIGHT", and a list of others it already looks like 2008 could be the biggest year in Comic Book movie history. It is no secret that Comic Book movies have become the trend in Hollywood lately. Super success and huge profits were found with Spider-Man, the X-Men series, and Batman Begins. Read more »

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