The DC animated films that Warner Bros. have been releasing regularly for the last few years have been mostly great. While I’m not the biggest fan of Superman, one can still appreciate the Big Blue Boy Scout. Since Superman: Unbound came out earlier this month and we here at Major Spoilers have a review for you just pass the jump.
Or – “This Cover Has The Makeup On All The Wrong People…”
Veronica should have the Demon makeup, as she is the one with the hair to carry it off. (Plus, I think many people will agree that she would be the most interesting one to carry off Gene Simmons’ trademark tongue thing.)
Jughead should be Ace Frehley, the ethereal Celestial spaceman who could clearly eat as many hamburgers as he wanted.
Betty should be the upbeat, front-and-center Starchild (albeit one with a slightly modified upper body leotard.)
And, finally, Archie should be the Catman, both much maligned figures with bad hair.
Next issue, Reggie, Moose, Dilton and Big Ethel should dress up as GWAR.
How many different kind of vampires are there? Dracula lurked in the shadows and had mastery over the beasts of the night, sparkly vampires flock to the Pacific Northwest to be all emo and seduce the unsuspecting, and then there are the vampyres of House of Night. They do drink blood, but except for some magical vampyre powers, they are pretty much like you and me. Or something like that…
Warner Bros. has done a good job of taking their properties and turning them into direct to the home market animated movies. While we are all still waiting for The Dark Knight Returns, Warner Bros. has finally adapted Frank Miller’s Year One that brings the four arc story to life.
The first day of Fall has arrived, which means, the summer movie season is officially over. There were a large number of pop culture related movies released this season, and we’ve got the rundown of the highly anticipated movies, and how they fared.
As I promised, we get a look at some actual game play!
It is no secret, Dear Meatbags, that the Critical Hit podcast has become quite popular. Although my mechanical brain does not understand the appeal of five overweight humanoids pretending to be technologically backwards mythical creatures, I know that its popularity is worth investigating. Thus in order to learn more about it I have sequestered its ring leader and seek to interrogate him about this strange phenomenon.
Also, I have been advised to warn you that, if you are one of the few who have not finished the first arc of Critical Hit the following transcript is a veritable minefield of spoilers. You have been warned.
Now that Jason Todd is both among the living and back behind the wheel in his head, it’s time for Batman to pay for not avenging his death. But can this former sidekick kill his idol?
When an old enemy from Bruce Wayne’s past awakens in the future, Batman Beyond must see if he is a match for this old foe. By popular demand, Batman Beyond returns to comics in this six issue mini series.
In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire… The A-Team.
That’s all well and good for the original A-Team, but what about their shiny-new contemporary counterparts? More After the Jump
Wolverine. Cyclops. Jean Grey. Beast. Storm. Prof. X. Iconic members of one of Marvel Comics’ most widely recognized super teams, the X-Men. Every one of them born with amazing mutant abilities, banded together in an effort to save a world that hates and fears them. I’m here to tell you today…
Not a single one of them are in this film.
Instead, we get a guy with a bad Irish accent, a woman with ill-defined psychic powers, a Latin stereotype, and a group of bland supporting characters kinda-sorta against a bargain-bin Jim Carey. Take the jump, and let’s get this over with.
Welcome to Las Vegas! There’s nothing you can’t put a wager on and this town takes all kinds of currency. So why not step inside Eternity Casino and, for the small price of your soul, you could find that it’s your lucky day.