In a market dominated by superheroes with eons of history and established cult appeal, how do you sell a fresh new, unknown, comic property? In particular one unassociated with a pre-existing universe or intellectual property, one outside of the big two, DC and Marvel. Well Image comics may have just found the solution and are … Continue reading Moving Still Images
I'm not going to ramble I'm just going to get to the chase. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Is quite possibly one of the most infuriating films of the year so far. "...there is not an ounce of fun to be had..." Entertainment Tell "Like a big, wet glob of fetid bird droppings tumbling down … Continue reading A Thousand Passwords
A battle has raged on for centuries, destroyed friendships and one I find myself firmly in the middle of; who is better DC or Marvel! While we all perceive to know the answer the fact is half the people reading this have just gone "Yeah DC" and the other "Easy, Marvel". I don't need to point … Continue reading It’s On!
It doesn't mean it sucks nor does it mean it's DC. With Avengers: Age of Ultron on home release this week, a film which I will be in no way endorsing by the way, and with myself dying to indulge in my love of comics, I wanted to look at the best comic book based … Continue reading Just Because it isn’t Marvel
With Hollywood churning out a flux of remakes and reboots it seems they've come up with a unique way of making their constant re-treading fresh, How? Simple, by adding a female dynamic. Now before I'm instantly berated for that opening line sounding cynical and that I'm against feminism this is not what I'm saying, so … Continue reading Holding Out for A Heroine