With the Age of Ultron set to premiere in the US this coming Friday, it’s a good time to look at his comic book origins. I thought I would share some of what I feel are good stories you could check out to get a feel for Ultron’s origins. While far from comprehensive, this is a good primer if you wanted to familiarize… »
This one may seem like an odd choice, but remember: I’m basing my suggestions on the premise of the shows, not the execution. »
Re-sharing. Please be mindful of where you put your replies. Kinja’s acting weird again. BEWARE OF SPOILERS.
A client wants it for small invite decoration but i’ll be damned if I can find any sort of reference to it, let alone a decent quality image of it. Help?! »
Things seem to be more or less back on track, book-wise, this week. Or are they? Tons of spoilers to follow.
For 30 years, we’ve looked at Crisis on Infinite Earths in many ways. We’ve examined the effects of it as much as the causes, how it caused as many problems as it solved. That it gave some good stuff (like the Superman revamp) but a lot of rough effects as well. But in all that talk, it’s easy to overlook the story… »
Born in 1977. The product of a long line of makeup artists. Her hosting job on Syfy has probably done more to promote that part of the film industry than 35 years of Academy Awards. »
This week, Claire and Jamie finally make it to Lallybroch. But Black Jack Randall’s actions four years prior have cast a shadow across Lallybroch and all of the Frasers, polluting Jamie’s homecoming.
As promised, here is my account of the San Francisco Film Society event I went to, An Evening with Guillermo del Toro. »
Per Comic Book Resources coverage of C2E2, Drax isn’t just going to be played by a former wrestler, he’s going to be written by one, too. CM Punk, who has previously written a story for Thor Annual #1, is going to co-write a new Drax series. The other co-writer and artist have not yet been announced.