Monthly Archives: June 2007

Why Give a Pass to Comics?

Sorry, that title is a tad vague. It will make sense in the end, I promise… It better, as providing a payoff in the end is the entire point of this article. For years now, I’ve lamented the trend within … Continue reading Continue reading

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*Transformers…Not With Michael Bay!

I still won’t allow myself to get excited over the pending Transformers movie. They just don’t look like Transformers to me. However, I refuse to travel down the “so and so blanked my childhood” anymore… I just don’t have the … Continue reading Continue reading

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World War Hulk #1

August 2007, Marvel Comics By Greg Pak, John Romita, Jr., Klaus Janson, Christina Strain Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos – Assistant editor: Nathan Cosby – Editor: Mark Paniccia – EIC: Joe Quesada Forget his producers, sponsors, financial investors, and fans. Michael Bay … Continue reading Continue reading

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FF4 – Part Duex… The “Rebuttal Review”

aka… “Three Men and an Invisible Lady” The mighty Marvel movie machine has risen to the occasion of another summer blockbuster weekend, and its third offering this year, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer integrates the best and the … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer – Not Spoiler Free

Look, I might be a comic book snob, but I understand the distinction between a movie’s story arcs versus the established comic book history. I was never upset about organic webslingers in Raimi’s Spider-Man; it made sense within the film’s … Continue reading Continue reading

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