It’s been a while since host Nathaniel Wayne last endured the overmuscled future Deadpool movie costar: Cable. Let’s see if time and distance has made him softer on the big guy. Listen to Episode 42: Cable – Blood
Even better than the last episode, glad to have found this podcast again.
I love Crisis On Infinite Midlives | Episode 153: Ultron Oompa Loompas, let’s play it!
Often offensive, always entertaining
I love Crisis On Infinite Midlives | Episode 152: Are You A Kandorian or A Kant-dorian?, let’s play it!
This morning, have deleted a blog I was writing called 90’s comics forever. Between the difficulties in using the blogspot sites as opposed to WordPress as well as the lack of interest from anyone, including me, I deleted it this morning.
Am probably going to put it all on here, provided the back ups work.
This is a piece I felt I had to write. I’ve been open about my disdain for Marvel’s seemingly endless stream of major event crossovers. I love their comics, their characters, and their creative talent…but I avoid these cash-grab events like a plague, often dropping heavy tie-in titles from my pull list. Yet a few weeks back I wrote of my struggle with “Secret Empire.” While I don’t like these events, I have great respect for/trust in Nick Spencer as an author so I wanted to give this one a shot. Today, four issues in (counting the Free Comic Book Day offering), I have to say the series is worth every penny! While Secret Empire is obviously Marvel’s big summer event it’s also a story with a point, purpose, and message and that makes all the difference in the world.
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Found this by the brains behind Journey into Misery and episode 1 features the exuberant Chris Sims and is worth a listen
Hello internet people. It’s been something of a weekend, there’s been upset, stress, pain and lack of sleep and lots of…..
you know what? Fuck that. Truth is that much of the negatives are not new things and my son is fine and the MIGHTY Rosie is never to be counted out. So lets look at the positives.
1: The weather outside was lovely for most of the last 5 days. That’s right, in England, 5 days of sunshine. I was surprised too.
2: Free Comic Book Day was Saturday and I got some previews and one shots that were at least interesting.
During this, I got to spend time with a mate and had a pretty chilled afternoon.
3: Cosplay was a thing, after queuing for a LONG time to get in, I got to see a lady dressed as the Winter Soldier, a Naruto cosplayer, someone dressed as the movie scarlet witch and someone dressed as this version of Ms Marvel.
Sash and all. Sadly it was an overweight guy in his 20’s with a beard. It’s going to take a while to shift that mental image. But it was all sorts of fun and that made me smile.
4: Watched Demolition Man and Speed as a double feature at home last night, that was fun. Those films stand up better than they deserve to.
5: I went to see Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2. (Quick capsule review GO SEE IT) as much as I enjoy the drama of Batman vs Superman, the pathos of Logan and the high stakes conflict of Captain America: Civil War, the main reason I enjoy comic related movies is three little letters F U N. That’s what vol 2 has in spades. From the opening music number, to the comedy and action taking turns and so many easter eggs and surprise characters it was an actual joy. This was what you want to see when you see a film with that title. It is a lot of high action and space opera with a comical edge.
I could spend a lot of time looking at the negatives, but that isn’t what helps me. I did a series of posts called for the geek in me, 2016 was awesome. To be honest, 2017 is looking the same way.
Find your 5 positives, find your joy.
See you guys later.