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Comics Galore. End 2014.

The Game Huntress

The end is here. The end of the year 2014 that is no need to worry! Just enjoying the last few hours in this year before moving onto new bigger and better things in 2015! Decided that since I read 19 out of my 15 goodreads goal I would wait until I could start my 2015 goal to start the next book so I thought I would read some comics to finish out the year and here’s what I read!

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Storm #4

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Angela Asgards Assassin #1

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Scarlett Spider #1

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Storm Dogs. #1

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Saga. #1
I must say this wasn’t quite ready for what was inside. I’d need to read a few more issues to decide on it either way. Wasn’t expecting the nudity but put that aside the story was interesting enough.

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Dead Letters. #1

Hope everyone has enjoyed these comic posts even though there’s not much to them I…

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‘The Interview’ Reports $15M In Online Sales And Rentals

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The unplanned day-and-date release of The Interview raked in more than $15 million in online revenues through Saturday, Sony Pictures said in a release.

The film, which just launched this morning on Apple’s huge iTunes Store, debuted Christmas Eve on YouTube Movies, the Google Play Store, Microsoft’s Xbox Live network and the stand-alone site SeeTheInterview.com. Sources said more than half the revenues came from the two Google-owned outlets, where the film was topping sales charts within a day of its online release. The film is not in the Top 30 on the iTunes store so far today.

The initial offering was only in the United States, but was subsequently expanded to Canada. Sony said the $15 million in revenues comes from both sales and rentals for the first four days of the controversial comedy’s release. In all, Sony said the film had been rented or purchased 2 million times…

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Marvel Vs DC: The Movie We All Dream About

Okay okay. I know I was going to take sometime off from posting but I found this totally cool fan made trailer that combines the DC universe and the Marvel universe. If you don’t get a excited a little seeing this truly amazing piece of work then hand in your geek/nerd card.

We all know that Marvel and DC will never produce a movie together. Maybe if the companies were actually self containing companies and not owned by money hungry capitalists. So this short is the closest we will every get. Combining scenes from a huge varity of movie and TV shows such as The Avengers, Man of Steel, The Amazing Spider-Man and Fox’s X-Men movies with video game clips and footage from the CW’s Arrow and The Flash, David E. Kelley’s failed Wonder Woman pilot, and so many others. Hey try and see how many and different movies, TV and video games you recognize.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter, Blastr

Merry Christmas

Hey Poppers

I wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas. I am going to take a few days off here to relax. I want to thank you all for taking the time to stop by and have a read or look at my site.

To all the people that have decide to follow me. Thank you and I hope I can bring you more from the world of pop culture and get more stories to keep you happy and wanting to come back for more.

So may you all have a Merry Christmas and have a great time with your family and friends

 

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John G M Burke