If you were a kid in the 90’s, you had a collection of trading cards. It didn’t matter if you loved comic books, cartoons or these weird things called “sports”; you were a kid in the 90’s, you had trading cards. And the best game in town was from the elite trading card company Topps. […]Read More TMNT and Topps are making a comeback
Deadline has reported today that director and writer James Gunn will return to the directors chair of Guardians of the Galaxy 3…after he has directed Suicide Squad 2 for DC Films and Warner Bros.. Last year, just weeks after the theatrical release of Avengers Infinity War, Disney and Marvel Studios had parted ways with Gunn […]Read More He’s back!
So the trailer for the upcoming film Doom: Annihilation dropped a couple of days ago and…wow, it’s being received with less fanfare than a Tuesday screening of Captain Marvel. If you’re surprised to hear that there is another Doom film in production, you’re not alone. I had no idea that there was another film in […]Read More No Doom Guy!?
So I’m not really a Star Wars fan. I had a few of the toys and games when I was a kid just like many, many people that grew up in the eighties and nineties. But, I never actually saw a Star Wars film until I was a teenager. So while I enjoyed all the […]Read More the real problem with Star Wars The Last Jedi
https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/who-won-the-week-episode-169-oscars-2019-captain-marvel-vs-rotten-tomatoes-trailer-roundup At 52:53, a morally bankrupt SyFy Wire film critic named Dany Roth openly admits to playing “softball” over movie reviews. On the podcast linked above, the three hosts (Dany Roth, Adam Swiderski and Karama Horne) admit to writing reviews about films and giving them inflated scores to ensure access to the next big tent […]Read More Softball and Integrity
Spoilers…I think: If you’re at all interested in the intellectual minutia of Tom King’s Mister Miracle, than I highly suggest you look up a video by youtuber Matt Draper. He is obviously much smarter than I and goes into the hardcore psychological aspects of this book in a way that far surpasses anything that I […]Read More we need to talk about Mister Miracle
Back in the early 90’s, Playmates Toys made virtually any kind of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures you could think of. It’s arguable that their bread and butter was earned by the many, many variants of TMNT figures made available. Everything from figures inspired by the Universal Monsters, to spring loaded figures that could…kick […]Read More TMNT: what toys should come next?
I was going to talk about the fact that actress Brie Larson clarified her comments made to Marie Claire UK. I won’t go into it, but I will provide a link to the article and the new interview in question with Kevin McCarthy of Fox News 5 below. You may have noticed that Kevin […]Read More Real talk
Since first appearing on the indie comic book scene back in 1984, Miyamoto Usagi, the ronin rabbit, has had a long and storied history in the black and white comics from both Fantagraphics Books and Dark Horse Comic respectively. The wandering swordsman is perhaps best know for his frequent team-ups with the Teenage Mutant Ninja […]Read More Usagi Yojimbo finds a new home
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tournament Fighters was released between 1993 and 1994. The Konami-developed title was given three releases over three different consoles, resulting in in three very unique experiences with three different stories across the NES, SNES and Sega Genesis consoles’ respectively. Look to the future, a Tournament Fighters reboot could benefit from the […]Read More Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters and a hypothetical roster