So, it turns out that there is indeed an English language version of Weekly Shonen Jump (a.k.a. THE manga anthology series) and the subscription is dirt cheap. Continue reading
I watched Godzilla (the new one). It was a movie.
A bit of music this time, specifically Nakamarra by Hiatus Kaiyote (my new obsession). This is the official music video, but if you dig around YouTube a bit you can find the version that has a verse by Q-Tip (of A Tribe Called Quest fame) which is superior in my opinion. Continue reading
Some spoilers lay ahead, those who aren’t brave enough to navigate stormy seas be warned!
I’m elated to hear Valiant’s recent news regarding their plans for the silver screen. They are coming right out the gate with a five movie plan that will culminate in a cross-over from straight out of the comics: Harbinger Wars.
It’s pretty clear Sony has been struggling to get a horse in the race of the connected movie universe war going on. Marvel’s MCU has been wildly successful, Fox’s X-Men has taken many course correcting steps of late and Warner Bros. is preparing to unleash Batman and Superman in a year from now. Sony, meanwhile, has failed in its plans to reboot Spider-Man and has surrendered at least partial control of the property back to Marvel. But by the grace of the gods, Sony has been granted a gold mine… lets just hope they don’t cock it up. Continue reading
Yeesh, sometimes life sure gets in the way of stuff. This may be a week late, but it’s still here!
I jumped to it early on day 3, I had planned on making the 11:00am panel with Richard Starkings, but of course got side-tracked almost immediately. I stopped by the Valiant booth one last time to say hello and double check that I did indeed pickup every available book. I then went into the back halls where some of the signings were and found Stephen Amell’s signing booth and the accompanying “line”… Continue reading