Though I love what Max Fleischer did with Superman, some of the studio’s other works (including Popeye) sometimes went into the wacky weird land in taking liberties with human anatomy. Still, Christmas Comes But Once A Year (1936) is a classic that needs to be analyzed and studied for its hidden brilliance.
This December, the deadliest mutant team of all debuts in Cable And X-Force #1, beginning the all-new ongoing series from rising star creators Dennis Hopeless (Avengers Arena) and Salvador Larroca (Invincible Iron Man). As part of Marvel NOW!, Cable And X-Force joins a number of titles that will take the Marvel Universe in an exciting all-new direction, as the industry’s top creators join the top Super Heroes to deliver all-new ongoing series, great for new and lapsed readers alike!
Next summer, Seth Rogen has a brand new movie hitting theaters about the end of the world. Maybe he knows something we don’t, but the one thing I do know is the red band trailer (meaning NSFW) had me rolling on the floor. Then my office manager walked in and thought I was having a seizure…
Have you read Fifty Shades of Grey?Ya, me either. But you know who has? George Takei, and he is here to read a few passages for you. Take the jump to watch and listen to one of the most oddly erotic readings to ever happen…oh my!
What happens when super heroes are captured and forced to fight one another? No, not Avengers Arena. No, not Countdown: Arena, but a super low budget ($20,000 according to IMDB) indie film that arrives on Blu-ray in 2013. Take the jump for a look at All Super Heroes Must Die.
Monsters, Inc. is headed back to theaters this holiday season, and it is getting the big 3D treatment. For Disney, there’s more to just cutting and pasting layers to create depth in the image, and this featurette from the studio gives a glimpse at what viewers can expect to see.
You’ve seen the teaser trailer for Star Trek: Into Darkness, and if you went to see The Hobbit over the weekend, you got to see the full version. Now, thanks to the magic that is the silver box sitting on my desk, the moving images seen on the big screen, are now on my tiny screen.