For those who want to get a feel early for what is going on with the new Nightmare on Elm Street movie, check out this trailer.
If this really is set during the old republic period, I have a slight problem with the ships and the technology, but everything else looks killer.Â Just wish I had more time to play the vidyagames these days.
I finally saw the trailer for the upcoming Surrogates movie leading into Terminator: Salvation. It looks pretty interesting, and I’m going to have to track down the graphic novel to see what it is all about.
Don’t worry, you’ll be able to see it in all its HD glory when the Iron Man DVD is released on September 30, 2008.
via Access Hollywood
Sounds like NBC is ripping the theme of Villains from DC’s Villains Win theme taking place over the next year.
But, I’m a sucker for this series, and as long a my TiVo continues to capture the show on time and in HD, I’ll sit down once a month for my Heroes marathon.
It was Spring Break here at Stately Spoiler Manor and while we didnâ€™t have the Girls Gone Wild Bus parked in front of the Manor, we did have some sweet items to share with the world.
Saturday: The Boys!
Sunday: RASL scores high marks, as does X-Factor #29
Monday: Hero History: Sun Boy, T-Bird and Throttle, and Marvel Adapts the Stand
Tuesday: Mighty Avengers #9 and #10, and Wow Figures excite
Wednesday: The first seven issues of Thor get the treatment on the Major Spoilers Podcast (KRAK-A-DOOOOM!), Wulf and Batsy from Viper Comics gets an early review, and Michael Cera is Scott Pilgrim
But the reviewer, Stephen Schleicher, is very complimentary, and his in-depth analysis of certain intentionally ambiguous story situations made me very happy. I like making my stories a little ambiguous and I love it when people are intrigued enough to try and figure them out!
-Bryan Baugh, creator Wulf and Batsy.
This is only a start. Check out the archives for all the goodness that transpired during the week!