Originally posted on Comparative Geeks:
I’ve wanted to write about the Clark Kent-Bruce Wayne relationship in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns since before I ever started blogging. Miller published his 1986 tale of Gotham-under-siege by criminals with no superheroes to save it as a four-book miniseries in 1986. The trade paperback went 80s-viral in 1987. There are tons of themes to pick at in The Dark Knight Returns. There’s a critique of big media. There’s criticism of the 60’s counterculture deciding that the struggle was over and settling for comfort when they should have never abandoned the streets. There is… Continue reading Batman, retired? Are you kidding me? Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. Part 1 of 2.
Originally posted on Funk's House of Geekery:
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise has always had a rocky history in pop culture adaptations, most of the time we tend to put on some thick nostalgia glasses when thinking… Continue reading Movie Review: ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’
Originally posted on Lyles Movie Files:
Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty ImagesExecutive producer Louis D’Esposito, actors Sean Gunn, Glenn Close, Michael Rooker, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana, Benicio del Toro, Karen Gillan, Lee Pace, Director James Gunn and President of Marvel Studios/producer Kevin Feige attend the world premiere of Marvel’s epic space adventure “Guardians of the Galaxy.” The cast of “Guardians of the Galaxy” and some other Marvel films and shows were on hand for the Los Angeles world premiere of the film, which comes to theaters on Friday. I’ll have my review up of it very… Continue reading #GuardiansOfTheGalaxy world premiere pics
Originally posted on HORROR BOOM:
In the interest of full disclosure, we were not present at the SDCC Comic Con AHS Freak Show Panel, nor were we present at Comic Con 2014, mainly for lack of finances at the time… Continue reading Ten Things We Learned From The American Horror Story Freak Show Panel At Comic-Con 2014!