Back by popular demand, itâ€™s the battle of the stretchy people.Â Last time it was Ralph Dibny vs. Reed Richards, this week we pit Plastic Man with the crazy, mind warping, girl loving Elastic Lad! FIGHT!
The last time we had Wes Molebash on the show, he mentioned a new project was in the works. This is a crappy looking .gif image, but I wanted to give you guys a taste of whatâ€™s to come.Â Stay tuned for the actual launch date which will be pretty soon.Â Iâ€™m already working on my buffer… Well, he did say it wasn’t his Zuda Kittens project.Â Charlie looks like an interesting character, so we’ll just have to talk with Wes real soon about his new endeavor. via YHT.com
Well it was fun while it lasted Has it really been three years?Â Three years since Infinite Crisis introduced readers to Jaime Reyes, a teenager who picked up a scarab and became the new Blue Beetle?Â In three years weâ€™ve seen Jaime learn to use his powers to fight crime, defeat an alien invasion, land a super hot girlfriend, and build an extended family of those willing to go the distance to help him in his battle against those that would do evil.Â Itâ€™s too bad everything comes crashing down on Jaimeâ€™s head in this final issue. Well, Ted Kord
If you thought the G.I. Joe movie looked ridiculous, just wait until you see the first trailer for the Steve Oedekerk Stretch Armstrong movie.Â Stretch Armstrong?Â I remember that guy! “This is a new well from which to draw intellectual properties that bring a pre-awareness and nostalgia,” Schneir said. “They are drawing filmmakers who find a real emotional connection and resonance, and this is proving to be a compelling driver for motion pictures.” The toy from the 70’s also featured a monster, a dog, and an evil twin brother.Â The last time a Stretch Armstrong movie tried to get made,
The Talented Mr. Elliot We are now well within the time period between when Batman disappeared, and the time when he will rise once again to strike fear in the hearts of the wicked and the vile.Â Who will fill those shoes is yet to be revealed, yet until the dawn of the Big Cowling as it will be called (I got nothinâ€™), DC still has comics to sell.Â The last time we saw Paul Dini writing Batman, he was wrapping up his Heart of Hush story line.Â The ending saw Thomas Elliot penniless, and wander the streets of Gotham.Â
Itâ€™s your kids, Marty!Â Something has to be done about your kids! If youâ€™ve been following my reviews for a while, you know I love stories involving time travel.Â Thereâ€™s something about being in time well past your years and seeing how far we, as a society, have come.Â Jumping on a cosmic treadmill, hopping in a DeLorean, tripping around in a time sphere, or using a time jumping scooter would be the ultimate in doing what you want, when you want.Â But what of those other time travelers?Â Those that donâ€™t jump in time, but live through it, would
Secret origins are fun I miss the days when comic books would spend an issue telling the back story of how the latest villain of the week became the villain of the week.Â It was fun to discover how that person was wronged or what led him down the path to evil, and best of all it was all revealed in a single issue.Â After reading Blue Beetle #32, those good olâ€™ days are back again.
The last time Leonardo DiCaprio’s name was mentioned in connection with Japanese anime was when his Appian Way production company picked up the rights to adapt Akira.Â Leo must like the anime, as he’s snatched up another classic – Ninja Scroll. Ranking alongside “Akira” and “Ghost in the Shell” as one of the most popular animes outside of Japan, “Ninja” is set in feudal Japan and follows a ninja who must fight eight demonic warriors in order to save Japan. The hard-R movie, released in 1993 in Japan, featured a villain with stone skin, a hunchback with a wasp nest
For whatever reason, the very mention of Laura Vandervoort on the Major Spoilers website, sends the counter through the stratosphere.Â It’s been a couple of months since the Smallville star has been mentioned, so why not get the search engines in a tizzy again? Vandervoort will reprise her role as Kara on the November 6th episode of Smallville.Â Last time we saw her, she was trapped in the Phantom Zone, but if Kal-El can return, why can’t Supergirl?Â The episode finds Clark and Lois transported to the Phantom Zone, where they meet Kara who is somehow able to send the
The last time we talked with Wes Molebash he did say everything was cool with Viper Comics, but I thought it strange he had started his own You’ll Have That website seperate from Viper.Â Wes himself sent us an e-mail yesterday breaking the news of the split. I have recently decided to part ways with my publisher, Viper Comics, in favor of self-publishing my comic strip.Â Today, Sept. 1, marks the first day that my comic will be exclusively published online at www.yhtcomic.com!Â I’m really excited about this move toward self-publishing, and I’ve got several things in the works for
Time for round 2 in the Major Spoilers smack down of pop culture characters.Â Last time Hans Moleman kicked the crap out of the Moleman.Â This time we pit the new Battlestar Galactica Cylon against the Infinite Crisis Omac. Who will win, who will lose? FIGHT!
Or, â€œWhatever Happened To That Flash Kid?â€ How many people think that “Wonder Woman Dipped In Honey” is going to bring us the hits like “Russian Ballerina In Leather Panties” did so long ago?Â I’m sure, somewhere, there’s an entire newsgroup dedicated to things like that.Â Maybe “rec.arts.comics.superheroines.food.fetish?”Â Either way, several months ago, at the end of the Lightning Saga, Wally West returned from the dead and and to League membership, but then took a spontaneous leave of absence.Â If you read ‘Flash,’ you may know where he’s been, but it may be a surprise as to why he has
Or, â€œHellâ€™s Kitchen has more than one cookâ€¦â€ Okay, so I admit that even though the street-level vigilante/hero is just about my favorite genre (right after patriotic based heroes); it has been years since I read Daredevil. Matter of fact, the last time I picked the book up regularly was the days of the â€œFall from Graceâ€ back in 1994. As a matter of fact, my reading of Daredevil has always been sort of like an awkward date. You really enjoy the time you spent on the date, but there are other things going on and you get distracted. Then