Friday the Animated Series

With a fully rounded trilogy already out, a legion of fans hoping for more material and one Don Mega ready to embrace capitalism; Ice Cube‘s company Cube Vision has released an animated version of his best franchise and it’s pretty good! Trying to capture the magic of the first and arguably the best of the…

Posted by Jonny in Animation, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews / January 16, 2010 /One comment so far
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365 Samurais and a Few Bowls of Rice

Holy Crap! Once you”ve sat down a read literally thousands of trade paperbacks and collected volumes of comics, whether or not it”s a good story, you find yourself waiting for something new and unique, fresh and exciting. Lucky for us J.P. Kalonji“s 365 Samurai is both fresh and a really well told story. From an…

Posted by Jonny in Comics, Reviews / January 15, 2010
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Walking Dead Volume 11: Fear the Hunters

One of my favorite series over the last few years, The Walking Dead is far and away the best zombie book on the market. Or is it? Written and drawn by the team of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, this volume continues were the last one ended…sort of. After volume 10 ended with our motley…

Posted by Kevin in Comics, Horror, Reviews / January 14, 2010 /Leave a comment
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Siege #1

Now I’ll be honest, I haven’t read a lot of Marvel‘s big cross-over/mega-events. In fact I’ve only read two; The Death of Captain America and Secret Invasion, and with only a passing knowledge of Dark Reign I came in with no preconceptions and was ready to read the “End Game.” Written by Brian Michael Bendis…

Posted by Kevin in Comics, Reviews / January 12, 2010 /Leave a comment
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Strange #1

After events in other Marvel titles, Stephen Strange loses his title of Sorcerer Supreme and is left with very little power. Where does he go after picking a replacement? What will he do now? Well if you were hoping for an epic and insane journey into mysticism, you’re reading the wrong book. This new series…

Posted by Jonny in Comics, Reviews / January 12, 2010 /Leave a comment
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Sherlock Holmes

It feels as though Guy Ritchie has spent the last couple years sitting in the corner as punishment for Swept Away, but now he’s back and he’s brought the awesome power of Robert Downey Jr.’s charisma with him! Downey plays Holmes along side Jude Law as the ever reliable Watson and Rachel McAdams who plays…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Genre, Movies, Reviews / January 11, 2010 /One comment so far
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Fringe TPB

Well I’ll cut right to the chase; I’m a Fringe fan. It’s quickly become one of my favorite TV shows and once Lost finishes, Fringe will easily take its place as the “Must Watch” show of the week. So I was more than happy to read and review this trade. The trade is broken down…

Posted by Kevin in Comics, Reviews / January 8, 2010 /Leave a comment
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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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