Who doesn’t like some video game music, especially when it features music from the beloved Zelda series? The duo that comprise Frontier Ruckus decided to create their own medley, but instead decided to use a banjo and a saw. That’s right, a saw.
I like me some harp music, but this is going a bit far. Not only do these two lovely ladies play electric harp, they are playing the theme to Game of Thrones, and doing a video in the style of Lindsey Stirling and Devin Graham’s videos.
I’m sure there will be plenty of ballads that will appear in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit when it arrives in December. Until then, listen to this melodic little ditty from Allie Goertz and her friend, Megan.
Major Spoilerite Elijah sent me this link, that was just too bizarre, insane, crazy to pass up!
Holy musical, Batman! It’s time for crime-fighting shenanigans with everyone’s second favorite superhero (right after Spider-Man). After witnessing the murder of his parents, a young billionaire makes a solemn vow to dress up like a bat and wage a one-man war on the rouges of Gotham. So get ready to see the Dark Knight the way you always dreamed of… singing and dancing!
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, Rodrigo gave a positive review of the MyMusic channel on YouTube. This week, instead of music, we present you with the first episode of MyMusic, that is tied to music, and brings a few laughs.
The sad fact of the matter is that we live in a world where being exposed to radioactivity will kill you rather than allow you to grow 50 feet tall and shoot energy beams from your eyes. But what if we didn’t? What if we lived in the crazy world of comic book superheroes? Who, then, would the heroes of this world be? We could certainly guess, but fortunately we don’t have to. Since comics are always pretty specific about who gets to become a superhero. The signs are there, you just have to put it all together.
Coinciding with the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, trading card giant Topps and comic book publisher IDW announced today an exciting joint venture: the co-production of a thrilling, big-budget Broadway musical based on the MARS ATTACKS saga, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2012. While Topps and IDW have each had success with their properties in film, a Broadway production is a first for both companies.
Announced at the 2012 Image Comics Expo, Daniel Corey is partnering with composer Raymond Schnurr to create a new stage musical based on the Image Comics series MORIARTY, written by Daniel Corey and illustrated by Anthony Diecidue.