Daily Archives: March 21, 2012

Monday DVD And Blu-ray Review – Jackie Chan (In General, I Suppose), Weekend And Love On A Pillow

Here’s Monday’s DVD and Blu-ray review from Glide FM, with some apologies for the delay in getting it online. As well as discussing Jackie Chan’s so-called 100th film, 1911 Revolution, and having to make a sweeping statement about his wonderful …

Future Proofing The Amazing Spider-Man #682

On Monday’s Bleeding Cool, Lee Barnett was critical of the inability of superhero comic books to follow through the technological impact of their abilities on the world around them, as if they were arresting the future. As if on cue, …

Everything Else We Learned About Doctor Who Today

The actress charged with playing the Doctor’s new companion was introduced this morning at a press conference – but the revelations didn’t stop there. Steven Moffat went on to give away a few more details of what we can expect …

Epic Mickey Sequel To Address The “Mistakes” Of The First – And Make Disney History With Frank Welker

Warren Spector has been developing his new Mickey Mouse videogame, a sequel to the much-hyped Epic Mickey in relative secrecy, but the mouse is out of the bag now, with the first details appearing in The Washington Post today. Spector …

Here Comes A Modern Day Dragon Slayer Story – Appropriately Enough, Called Slayer

We’ve all heard the story before, of a son inheriting strange responsibilities from his father and stepping up to take on those duties himself. Well, get ready to hear it twice more. Legendary Pictures have optioned Slayer,the first script from …

The Hunger Games Is The New Sloths

Kristen Bell, patron saint of Sloth fans everywhere, says of The Hunger Games: This is the piece of literature than in 100 years we’ll look back on as the best thing ever written. Overstating the case somewhat. But she’s already …

The Justice League Are The New Authority

Warning. There are mild spoilers for the new issue of Justice League in this article. I have avoided anything I consider major spoilers, instead concentrating on overall themes. I’ve just read Justice League #7. It is likely that this book …

First Images Of Jonny Lee Miller And Lucy Liu As Holmes And Watson

Filming on Elementary, the Holmes-in-New York pilot that will star Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock and Lucy Liu as Dr. Joan Watson, is underway now. The production has been on location around the city in the last couple of days, …

Extended Robocop #4 Preview, And Other Dynamite Bits And Bobs

Here’s an extended preview of Robocop #4, out today, as well as other Dynamite titles following in its wake… ROBOCOP: ROAD TRIP #4  32 pages FC • $3.99 • Mature Written by ROB WILLIAMS Art by UNAI DE ZARATE Cover …

I’d Buy That For A Dollar – 136 Pages Of A New Digital Comics Magazine

Christopher Irving of Graphic NYC has released a new digital comic book today, The Drawn Word. And only $1 for the first 136 page issue (rising to $2 after that). In a press release, he is quoted as saying “The …

The Tabloids Have Named Doctor Who’s New Companion… CONFIRMED

If you’re not afraid to find out ahead of the big reveal, or indeed the new series, here’s who the British tabloid press have named as the new Doctor Who companion.

First Trailer For The Battlestar Galactica Prequel Blood And Chrome

This promo works the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo angle pretty hard. Who do they think they are – the Muppets? That looks exciting enough, at least when shattered into fragments, that I don’t think I’ll be able to go …

Tuesday Trending Topics: Paper Chase

It’s hard not to draw a symbolic link between one of today’s trending topics and one of yesterday’s — particularly with Mark Waid‘s nostalgic Youtube remembrance of his earliest days of buying comics off the newsstand and starting the comic …