Top 5 Overlooked Movies Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five. You’ve seen the blockbusters, and maybe even the award winners, but what about the top five overlooked movies?
Top Five Reasons Super Hero Fatigue is Inevitable Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five. With the plethora of television shows and movies focusing on the superhero genre, it’s bound to get long in the tooth before long. This week, Bruce shares his tip five reasons super hero fatigue is inevitable.
Last night I had the chance to play Legendary Villains from Upper Deck. In the game, players take on the roles of villains and work to defeat the heroes in an all out brawl deck building game. It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for game play as I’ve played the super hero, the super villain, and even played with LEGO Marvel and DC Superheroes sets, which got me wondering, where do you classify yourself on the spectrum of hero to villain? VOTE!
The recent spate of comic movies and television shows has some declaring that it’s never been a better time to be a fan of superheroes and other such frippery. But those who remember the past can tell you it’s not the first such boom period, nor will it be the last, and while the rising tide may lift all ships, not everything that comes of comics’ periodic salad days will be memorable for the right reasons… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Super-Heroes #1 awaits!
You just knew it was a matter of time before the new DC line of LEGO toys would find their way into video game form, and today, we get our first look at the action.
This week (tonight) on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the crew takes a look at the first volume of Kurt Busiek’s Astro City: The Dark Age. Today Astro City is a shining metropolis on a hill where super-heroes patrol the skies. However, things were not always as bright as they are today. In the early 1970’s, in the wake of a global catastrophe, two brothers, one good and one evil must deal with family secrets and social upheaval, involving heroes from Jack-In-the-Box to the Blue Knight and the unsettling events leading to the final fate of the mysterious Silver Agent. Find
What If? Batman were a young goth school girl and needed a kewl bag to carry her books to and fro? Well, it probably wouldn’t make for a very good comic to begin with, but I would bet this bat-themed backpack would fill that niche for the bat fanatic.
I doubt the coming event in the 616 is going to be as universe ending as in Ultimate universe, but Norman Osborn is set to reveal is master plan for Marvel in 2010, and it begins with The List series. The List. This eight-issue limited series, comprised of eight double-sized specials, leads Marvel fans to the changes in store for the worldâ€™s most popular super heroes! The Iron Patriot decides there are things wrong with the world, things that need to be handled and when heâ€™s done, the stage is set for the biggest comic book event of the next
Many of youÂ guessed those cute cuddly Marvel heroes were indeed based on the Hasbro action figure line aimed at the young’uns.Â Today, Marvel announces the Super Hero Squad: Hero Up! One-shot. Written by fan favorite scribe Paul Tobin (Marvel Adventures: Super Heroes) and featuring art by the canâ€™t-miss team of Marcelo DiChiara & Chris Sotomayor, this extra-sized one-shot features all your favorite Marvel characters. Experience the Marvel Universe like never before, as the heroes & villains of Super Hero City clash in epic confrontations! Take a stroll down to the Xavier Institute, past the FFâ€™s Baxter Buildingâ€¦but donâ€™t stray
On the next Major Spoilers Podcast (episode 19 for those of you keeping track at home), we’ll be reviewing Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys: The Name of the Game trade paperback. Collecting the first 6 issues of the controversial new series from PREACHER writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick Robertson (TRANSMETROPOLITAN)! Don’t miss this dark, twisted look at SUPERPOWERS, super – people, and the men and women who make sure the world’s “heroes” never go too far. Also features an introuction from writer, actor and producer Simon Pegg, the creator and star of Shaun of the Dead, Spaced