Archives For July 2013

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     This particular part of the “Trinity War” is where the story slows way down.  After all the action this was definitely a letdown for me personally but the art was wonderfully done by Mikel Janin.  The story does not really progress or provide any real answers in this issue.  Wonder Woman is still on a wild goose chase to try and help Superman while Batman is trying to stop her.  Batman is following the lead of the Phantom Stranger and the heroes are divided between the pair.  The story ends with Superman escaping from his restraints and leading a third team for answers as well. In summation, the Justice Leaguers chase their tails all issue long.

    I think this was a case of just too much going on for a smaller caliber book to handle. Jeff Lemire struggled to write the guest crossover characters.  On a positive note the usual suspects like Constantine and Zatanna shined in this issue. Overall everything just seemed a bit forced with too many heroes acting out of character.  Since when does Batman blindly follow the advice of someone he never met? Hopefully the action picks back in part four and the bigger picture starts to get a little clearer. I would have to give this issue a solid yet disappointing 3 out 5.

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Game developer Deep Silver has teamed up with the Humble Bundle to bring you the latest bundle for purchase, titled the Humble Deep Silver Bundle. You can choose to pay what you want, with a portion of the proceeds going to charity. Currently you can get Saints Row 2 and 3, Risen 2: Dark Waters, and Sacred 2 Gold for any price, or if you pay above the average amount you can also get the Dead Island GoTY as well as all of the Saints Row 3 DLC. Pay $25 or more and you’ll also receive Dead Island: Riptide. The downloads include soundtracks for the various games which are all DRM free. The games require a steam account.


As is the way with these things, there will no doubt be more games added to the bundle, so stay tuned for information on those. You can find the Humble Deep Silver Bundle at the website

All the cards are being laid out on the table, and things are really heating up on the movie front. We’ve all seen the announcements as they filter in for the new X-men movie slated for theater in 2014. We’ve got the cast all lined up, we have a rough synopsis of a possible plot, but all that was left was the tentative announcement of what X-men really pop. Sentinels, so it is with a relieved heart, and bundles of excitement I bring you the teaser shots, and a little something extra. Enjoy my friends, don’t forget to subscribe to the YouTube channel bellow, and follow us on twitter.






Credit: DC Comics

Credit: DC Comics

The Flash live-action TV series is being quickly (pun intended) put into production due to the great success of The Arrow series on the CW.

The Flash series will be on the CW and will be a spin-off from Arrow with the Flash appearing on the show late in season 2. It is uncertain if the show will be with Barry Allen or a different version of the fastest man alive. The show will come from the existing Arrow creators Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, along with director David Nutter and writer/DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns! This news comes on the back-end of the news from SDCC about the Superman/Batman movie and the potential Justice League movie along with The Flash movie still set for 2016.250px-flash_dvd

If you can’t wait for this version of The Flash, check out the 1990 version starring John Wesley Shipp.

Don’t forget to check out The Flash in the new animated movie Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox now out on Blu-Ray/DVD.


Now that Comic Con is over and all of the big stories have been revealed, we can finally put names to characters for Marvel’s much anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy. Let’s run the list

What you have already heard:

Chris Pratt as Peter Quill aka Star-Lord

Zoe Saldana as Gamora

Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer


Some of the actors you knew were attached to the movie but might not have known their role:

Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser

Michael Rooker as Yondu

Karen Gillian as Nebula

Djimon Hounsou as Korath

Benicio del Toro as The Collector

John C. Reilly as Rhomann Dey

and the most recent release, Glenn Close as Nova Prime.


Now with the cast coming together, it will be interesting to see how all of the characters mesh as compared to what is done in the books.