It’s been a while since my last review but I had a few things I wanted to say about this movie. Let me start by saying that I really enjoyed it and thought it was a good movie. Anne Hathaway was excellent as Selina Kyle and could have had more time on screen. Tom Hardy’s performance as Bane was superb. As a matter of fact all the actin performances were great. Though it was funny how Michael Caine would cry and walk off at the end of every scene, but he was still great. The writing was good and Nolan’s …
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All-Star Superman is the 10th movie in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies line. It’s based on a 12-issue series of the same name written by comic book fanboy favorite Grant Morrison. The previous movies include, Superman: Doomsday, Batman: Gotham Knight, Green Lantern: First Flight, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, and Batman: Under the Red Hood. Basically, the story is about Superman’s impending death due to some maneuvering by Lex Luthor and how Superman/Clark Kent is dealing with it. Sounds like that could be a potentially great story.
Let me start by saying that of the previous 9 releases, I liked …
Source: USA Weekend
Idris Elba who is most known for his role as Stringer Bell in The Wire is currently starring in Takers, a heist film opening this weekend. He talked about Takers and Thor in USA Weekend. Here is an excerpt from that interview:
You just finished your stint filming Thor as the Asgardian warrior Heimdall. How was that?
It was dope. It was an interesting genre of film to make. I had never done comic book stuff, so that was really great.
What was the coolest part?
Just the bigness of the show. It’s so epic, these huge sets were just amazing …
It been a while but Cloak and Dagger are back this week. Its only a 5 issue run but you take what you can get. Cloak and Dagger are children of the 80′s premiering in Spectacular Spider-Man #64 (1982). They have always had a strong cult following but not enough to keep a series going for a extended run (I don’t think they have ever made it past 20 issues). Also you may want to check out the trade Child of Darkness, Child of Light on Amazon or the the …
Here’s a few excerpts from the article where they interviwed writer Jeff Parker and editor Bill Rosemann .
Beginning in May’s Thunderbolts #144, the former hero-for-hire Luke Cage becomes leader, coach and counselor for a group of villains who are attempting to shed their vile roots. More than just a halfway house for supervillians, it’s a team looking to redeem itself – whether they like it or not.
Nrama: And the T-Bolts are rising from the ashes in some new digs… but not the kind of place I’d choose to live in. Jeff, what can you tell us about it?
Jeff Parker: First, …
BRAVE AND THE BOLD MILESTONE TP
(W) Dwayne McDuffie, John Rozum, Kurt Busiek, Matt Wayne and Adam Beechen (A) Denys Cowan, Howard Porter and others(C) Howard Porter
Don’t miss the first meeting of Static and Black Lightning, Blue Beetle and Hardware, The Spectre and Xombi and more titanic team-ups from THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #24-26, plus stories from HARDWARE #16, STATIC #12 and XOMBI #6. 10 160 pg, FC, $17.99 US
(W) J.T. Krul (A) Angel Unzueta & Wayne Faucher (C) Angel Unzueta
DC fans won’t want to miss this finale of the two-part “Fractured” story! As the remaining three …
What is MILESTONE FOREVER, you ask? Well, we can take a guess, but why slow down the process? Since it’s part and parcel of what we do, being The Source and all, we talked to Milestone founder and MILESTONE FOREVER writer Dwayne McDuffie for the scoop on the new project, along with some essential back story to bring you newbies up to speed. Take it away, Dwayne:
16 years ago this month, industry giant DC Comics and upstart Milestone Media entered into an unprecedented creative partnership, producing 14 interlocking, creator-owned titles including Hardware, Icon, and the multimedia hit that would best be …
In honor of the King Holiday here’s a site that has a list of MLK’s apperances in Comic Book. Joe Sergi’s Cup of Geek
Enjoy the Holiday.
Marvel is publishing a new four-issue New Avengers: Luke Cage, with pencils by Eric Canete and written by John Arcudi. Here’s a few excerpts from the interview with John Arcudi.
Nrama: What’s the story you’ll be exploring in New Avengers: Luke Cage?
Arcudi: Luke discovers that an old friend, or rather the son of an old friend, has been following in his own footsteps down in North Philadelphia in a kind of “Hero-for-Hire” business. The young man, Leodis, has set up in the worst part of the city to help out people who couldn’t find help anywhere else. For his trouble, Leodis is beaten …