So this is Ep 100 and fitting to may style I forgot plug in the mixer to the Laptop but thanks to the Laptop mic there is style a show. The sound in not that great but I hope you enjoy. This show Scott ask me 5 various questions about……
Also we talk about –
Ebay selling digital comic codes
Marvel not getting into R-rated movies
Captain Phasma comic
Joss Whedon/Kevin Feige talk Batgirl
Star Trek Discovery
What You Talking About
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I’ve been looking forward to this series coming back for quite a while. Seeing Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller on Legends of Tomorrow made me realize that maybe their story wasn’t quite done yet.I don’t want to give too many spoilers away for anyone who has not seen the originals 4 seasons, but they made it very hard to bring the show back to life….deadly hard.
Some of initial grief I have heard about the first few episodes is that the show is too political. I don’t see that. I see trying to take a storyline about Prison Breaks and making it fresh. This crew has broken out of just about every construct on the face on this earth. Why not let them take a crack at one of the most hellish prisons in the world that happens to be in Yemen? Simply being American can make them a target.
It looks like the entire gang minus Willian Fichtner is back. It was so cool seeing Robert Knepper back as Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell. His deliciously evil character has evolved a bit in this new series but he still has that edge. I’m watching episode 3 tonight and so far I have been very entertained. Season 5 Trailer below.
We here it is boys and girls the first official trailer for the next installment of the Star Wars franchise.
Just geek out and enjoy and get excited.
Source: Youtube, Star Wars
This show Scott and I are join by Brain LaBelle. Brian is a regular at Comic Fever and we had him join us. Boy there were times when I was just sat back and listen to Brian and Scott go down the comic book tunnel. It was fun for me. I hope for you also.
X-Men Gold controversy
Valiant “Advisory warning Label”
Top 100 comics for March
Josh Brolin as Cable
Carrie Fisher in Star Wars 9
Into The Badlands Season 2 Ep 2
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This review is pretty cool for me as the series first season was not only shot in my home province of Nova Scotia, Canada but in my hometown in said province…and we’re off!!!:)
I had been hoping they would do a TV adaptation of this movie for years. The movie was based on a 1980 Novella by Stephen King. It was directed by acclaimed director Frank Darabont. If you watch The Walking dead you would probably recognize about half the cast from the movie as he directed the first season of TWD and brought a bunch of them along.
I loved the original movie. It had one of the most original shocking endings of any horror film I had seen, and I felt that they barely scratched the surface of the world that had come in with the mist. If you have seen the Cloverfield films you might understand a bit more of what I am speaking of. So much was left the table and I hope they can explore the world deeper in this new TV series.
The few hints I got from the trailer made me think they may be moving in a direction similar to 2008’s”The Happening” which featured mother nature taking aim at what it believed to be the biggest virus infecting the earth today……..us. I hope that is not the case because the original movie had some VERY cool looking monsters that I would like to see again. I also hope it does not go in the direction of “Under the Dome” as that rats stuck in a cage mentality can get tiresome after the first season.
I recognize a few of the actors. Vikings (highly recommended) lead Alyssa Sutherland(Princess Aslaug)plays a starring role as Eve Copeland. Noted local Nova Scotian comic and actor Bill Carr also has a sizable part. The scenery look stunning as it’s in my old stomping grounds and I’m biased as hell. Why that mist want to invade gods country?……, still biased as hell.
Season begins June 22nd 2017.Trailer below.
Still stoked it was shot in my hometown. Enjoy.
Wasn’t sure what to make of this after the first read. Read it the second time this morning and things started to come together. I hope so anyway. At this point I may be reading this issue all wrong.
First, I should point out that the first three pages are beautifully drawn and coloured. Greg Hinkle has drawn really great art there. The book itself is the beginning of a story which seems to involve, for lack of better term, on dream weavers. The story focuses on Zelda(I got that from the solicitations as I don’t think she is referenced as anyone other than “Ms. Barrett in the story)and her making her way in the world by giving the world the drug it always wanted…….the ability to make their dreams come true. Bringing along Zelda as their guide is just part of the deal.
These worlds of dreams seem all interconnected which COULD make for a story that would rival the magical world of Harry Potter if done right. More than once during the story there are references to her coming from “below” and there seems to be more than a few references to someone from above who seems to be a nemesis of hers with props such as water and lightning bolts involved. At this point I’m beginning to think that this is the beginning of a saga about temptation and a struggle of good vs Evil. I’m not really sure Zelda is on the side of the angels…..yet.
Greg Hinkles art has kind of dreamy, rustic, dark , yet elegant feeling to it and when I read the book the second time I could feel the style growing on me. Colorist Matt Wilson did a beautiful job specifically on those first 3 pages and throughout the book he was able to weave the bright blues, browns and shades of oranges of the Technicolor real world, with dull greys and blacks of a persons dream state(Except Bowie, who always dreamed in Color)
Over all I enjoyed the writing style of Jason Latour and Ivan Brandon although sometimes I felt like I was missing a lot of information about this world they are creating ,but like any good writer would plot……all in good time. There was a nice hook for the next book as someone is after Zelda and whether that be a specific nemesis or just a general guardian against what she is doing with the dream world remains to be seen. One thing that has been established is that Zelda is a power to be reckoned with in this dream world and it’s citizens have a lot of respect for this “old blood”. Lots of questions by the end of this chapter. Will pick up the next chapter off the shelf. If you enjoy the mystical and the feeling of something bigger this may be a book for you.
Next chapter is on sale May.10th
Story: Jason Latour & Ivan Brandon
Script: Ivan Brandon
Art: Greg Hinkle
Color: Matt Wilson
Lettering : Aditya Bidikar
Hi Folks. This show for being as good as it is somehow slipped my mind in the last few months. After being pushed as far as the ladies could be pushed last season in a damning fictional expose on the “for profit” prison system in the United States, the season finale was left with a will she? or won’t she? gun to the head moment.
I’m not sure where they can go with this season cliffhanger. If the trigger is not pulled, there’s still a riot going on and life can always get more harsh for the ladies in their prison world. Prison guard “Piscatella” played brilliantly by actor Brad William Henke always seems to have a new layer of darkness to him.
One the things I love about this show is there is at least 8-10 subplots going on at any given time so this prison has a bit of a game of thrones vibe to it in its complexity of storyline and characters. If you’re looking for a well acted, intense(With a good dose of humour)show to start watching I’d commend this one.
Season 5 drops on Netflix on June 9th.First minute starts below.