Dynamite Reveals Kevin Smith’s Green Hornet

In May 2008, Dynamite Entertainment President and Publisher Nick Barrucci announced that filmmaker/writer Kevin Smith (Clerks) would pen the all-new adventures of the legendary Green Hornet. Just the tip of the “stinger” as far as Dynamite’s plans go for the masked adventurer, Green Hornet #1 (JAN100862E, $3.99) is being solicited in the January PREVIEWS, along…

Posted by Jonny in Comics / January 7, 2010 /One comment so far
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Spaceballs: The Totally Warped Animated Adventures

Last night, after watching Spaceballs on TV for the millionth time, I decided that the time was right to watch the animated series. I was in the mood and I was excited to be further entertained by the likes of Lone Star, Barf and Dark Helmet. Unfortunately entertained I was not. Containing 4 random episodes…

Posted by Kevin in Animation, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews, Sci-Fi / January 5, 2010 /One comment so far
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Blood + Water TPB

Judd Winick‘s Vertigo title reads like the HBO series True Blood which I recently reviewed on the site. Tomm Coker‘s art is both stylized with both rough textures and detail. Easy to read, the book also has some similar flavors shared by Preacher and Fight Club. When their friend finds out that his crippled body…

Posted by Jonny in Comics, Reviews / January 2, 2010 /Leave a comment
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034 Ip Man Review

If you’re not a prowling bootleg enthusiast, set to scour back streets and night markets for the newest pirated copies of Asian gems, you might not know that the biggest thing out in China is Ip Man! Unless you frequent the local festival circuit, you’re not going to know what’s coming. Donnie Yen has finally…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Genre, Podcasts, Reviews / January 1, 2010 /One comment so far
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Usagi Yojimbo Gets A Plush Toy!

“In celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Stan Sakai’s best-loved character, Dark Horse brings this fluffy, badass bunny to life with an all-new plush toy, with art direction by the creator himself! Usagi Yojimbo is a long-running comic set in seventeenth-century Japan, with anthropomorphic animals replacing humans, featuring the lovable rabbit ronin, Miyamoto Usagi, who…

Posted by Jonny in Comics / December 31, 2009 /Leave a comment
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Victorian Undead #1

Off to a good start, this new Wildstorm title has the benefit of both good artwork and a wicked, cool concept. On a very basic level, the book is Sherlock Holmes versus Zombies and with zombie popularity just passing it’s apex and the release date of Robert Downey Jr‘s Sherlock Holmes, this book should find…

Posted by Jonny in Comics, Reviews / December 30, 2009 /Leave a comment
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Family Guy: Something, etc… Darkside

The second Family Guy Star Wars parody is to Blue Harvest what Empire was to A New Hope… from a certain point of view. While Empire Strikes Back soared high above everyone’s expectations for the Star Wars sequel, so too does Something, Something, Something Darkside in terms of visual effects. Every ship and set are…

Posted by Jonny in Animation, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews / December 30, 2009 /One comment so far
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