Marvel and Disney released the first official photo from the upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy”
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Most of the pictures that have been released of lately have been some concept art. The photo released shows Gamora, Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Drax and Groot. The shot is from the trailer that was at last years Comic-Con.
The movie being released August 1 of 2014 stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Glenn Close, Michael Rooker and features the voices of Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel. Hopefully we will get a trailer soon so we can get a feel for the action that will be hitting the screens.
The Saviors No. 1
Created by James Robinson & J. Bone
Written by James Robinson
Art by J. Bone
James Robinson(Batman:Legends of the Dark Knight, Detective Comics,Starman) and J. Bone(Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Super Friends) have come together to make a very interesting book. The setting for is a small town called Passburg somewhere is the U.S. Our hero, Tomas works in what is the only gas station in town. Spending his days pumping gas and getting high and his nights at the local watering hole. The story is set in modern America but the book has the feel and look of a 1950’s space monster flick shown at the local Drive Inn. Tomas is just living life until by accident or from being high, see’s that the local sheriff and General of the nearby Air Force base and not what they appear to be.
Not sure what he saw Tomas heads to his best friends junk yard to tell him of what he saw. Tomas is told by Frank, Tomas best friend that maybe he needs to lay off the booze and pot for a while. Tomas take Frank’s advice and decides to relax. The sheriff shows up just as Tomas decides to leave and that is when all the action starts.
James Robinson does a great job of giving this book a feel of a B monster movie. Using the town stoner that no one would believe and turning him into the hero of the piece. The writing is easy to read and gives you what you need to know without all the tech talk that would come with other books. In one quick moment town stoner has his reason to fight against the alien invasion.
J. Bone art style fits in perfectly with the story and is the main reason for that feel of a 50’s monster movie. Blocky at times and yet awesome also J. Bone lack of detail in other areas also stands. Stands out in a way that bring you in deeper into the story. The book being done in black and white also helps in the tone and style.
I have to say I really enjoyed this book and plan on picking up more of the series.
So I do recommend getting this book.
I give it 4 pops out of 5
Remember comics are to be enjoyed. Not destroyed.
Usually I would have saved this for a Movie Monday but I think I can not wait to show you this great fan film. If you are a fan of the Tomb Raider franchise and enjoyed either that games and/or movies I think you will like this. The film was release August 19th, 2013 but has been released on YouTube for all to watch. This film captures what the playing the video games are about, action.
A woman will risk everything to save a young girl held hostage in the mountains by a group of mercenaries.
If you want more info go to https://www.facebook.com/croftmovie
Well I know that it is Boxing Day, well for us in Canada. But that is not reason not to have a Cosplay Thursday. So I went out and found some more and I even have a Christmas day cosplay. Well close to Christmas. Again enjoy.
Kearstin as Lilith
Puss In Boots
Scottish Jessica Rabbit
Source: Cosplay Facebook
Hey Poppers and welcome again to Movie Monday.
So it is only a two days until Christmas so what better way to celebrate the season then watching a fan film of everyone’s favorite Santa helper, Batman.
This fan film released in 2012 was directed by Matthew Hiscox. Written by Jennifer Zhang and Produced by Matthew Hiscox and Jennifer Zhang.
I have to say that finding these fan films made by fans for the love of any characters is amazing. Yes production value is not top notch but put that aside and you will see some great films. Batman: Death Wish is one of those films. The costumes are great, yet I still can’t get over the nipples on the suits. Christopher L. Robinson is a pleasure to watch. Christopher looks and acts the most comfortable in the Robin suit and it show in his portray of The Boy Wonder.
So sit back and just have some fun.
Batman, Robin and Nightwing investigate a mysterious assailant who is targeting the kingpins of Gotham’s criminal underground. As more of the rogues gallery is ensnared, a disturbing revelation about the attacker’s identity takes shape.
You can find out more at http://www.batmandeathwish.com/