Ellis & Masters' 007 Has All the Vices the "James Bond" Films No Longer Allow
Comic Books, Film
A linkpost on a Sunday? What is this, 2009?
In talking to my American comic book reading friends, I’m beginning to see that my experience of comic books is pretty different from theirs. While they grew up watching superhero cartoons on TV and buying the superhero comics that went along with them, I didn’t have much access to either of those mediums so I took another route. Continue Reading »
Or, see how Brad turned a “one comic in the pull box” week in to a bunch of crap to review, including more Spider-Man comics in one week than is healthy. Or, how’s he’s slowly becoming Burgas with less genre indie taste. Continue Reading »
Another shamefully light week in the world of links to stuff on the comics internet, which means either I am dreadfully unobservant, or everyone else is as lazy as I am! It’s probably the former. Still, this column may slip to a bi-weekly schedule in future installments, or cease altogether, depending how many cool things I stumble upon and remember to share with you fine folks.
So, six nifty links under the cut, and, to pad things out, another exciting QUESTION OF THE WEEK above the cut, and after this colon: If you were cursed by television executives to turn one mature-readers-only comic book series into a kid-friendly Saturday morning cartoon show, which would it be? Show your work. (I’ll share my own answer later on in the comments.)
What a novelty! You have certainly never seen this before, I bet! Continue Reading »
J.D. Dunn is one of my favorite wrestling reviewers on the ‘net, but he also writes a good game when it comes to film and comics. This review/analysis of the Death Of Jean DeWolfe storyline is a good example of the latter. If he wasn’t likely to make us all look bad (well, at least me), I’d say I’d love to see him do more comics writing. Well, beyond his reviews of Spider-Man from the beginning. As long as he sticks with Spider-Man, we should all be okay.
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