Tuesday, 20 May 2008


I love "Resident Evil" games, especially RE2&3(the only Resident Evil games I played actually, but I saw most of the rest of the RE series). After seeing how "Spider-Man Unlimited" was released, now a game of "Mortal Kombat vs. DC" is about to be released, I think my idea of a game have a possibility to be released (I didn't say it will never be rejected), a game of "Spider-Man in Resident Evil"

1st Version: Spider-Man is sent by the "Daily Bugle" to take pictures of the whole city and its status, and Spider-Man leaves a little distance of around two miles before the city blows up.

2nd Version: Peter Parker got a college scholarship to "Racoon City University" and he works for Umbrella to train his science abilities and gain further experience, and he there becomes "Spider-Man". Also he leaves for a few miles before the city blows up.

Saturday, 10 May 2008


So far 10 or 11 weeks has passed since the beginning of this newly made and released animated series, a strong start and so far the show proved powerful.

At first I wasn't in the mood to watch it because the 2 new animated series released after "Spider-Man the animated series" weren't highly well made (MTV's CGI series are definitely much better than Unlimited). But after seeing the first and second episode I thought otherwise: The new series rocks, to see further season's of it is more worthy of watching an upcoming anonymous series written by writers I don't know the quality of their writings and a director with uncertain sense of direction.

Currently I'm enjoying season 1 and I'll post reviews on it after the season ends, I might open a new blog specified for the purpose of reviewing the series solely, each post reviewing an episode of the show and I might as well attach the trailer of each episode if not uploading just images.

Friday, 9 May 2008



The first powerful flick on Spider-Man, actually it was the first Spider-Man flick with an original popular and powerful Super-Villain: The Original "Green Goblin"
A bold move it was to start with Spider-Man's most formidable and dangerous enemy.

Peter Parker the shy & timid high school senior student follows the bus on feet to have a ride with no one liking him or allowing him to have a seat with him, with only M.J Watson nice to him but she goes steady with Flash.
Like the Ultimate universe Harry is Peter's friend but he isn't as loved by big shots as in the comics. Peter meets Norman Osbourn before the field subject of the trip begins.

Taking photos of M.J inside he got bitten by the spider that escaped containment.

Had great powers he decided to get money to buy a car and impress M.J with it. Peter went wrestling and won but later lost big because his action to have revenge on the Arena manager after being robbed the same burglar shot his uncle and that gave Peter a hard lesson of responsibility.

The Goblin had fearsome fights with the wall crawler and decided he is dangerous for a foe and must be allied with, but Spider-Man rejected his offer which made G.G discover accidentally learned that Spider-Man is Peter but that killed him and made Harry seek revenge on Spider-Man after seeing him placing the dead and wounded body of his Father.

Rating: 9.5/10
Very well made movie, it lost half a point because Norman was drinking something with the color of urine.


2 years have past since the death of Norman Osbourn. Peter got fired from a pizza place because he's always late, Mary Jane is an actress who dates John Jameson, Harry Osbourn is the head of Oscorp and still seeking revenge on Spider-Man but still counting Peter as his brother like friend.

In the 1st Peter got fired from a job by Dr. Connors because he never shows up on time, but the good doctor didn't make an appearance. Here Peter got late for class and his teacher "Curt Connors" warning Petr that he''ll be failed if he didn't send his fusion article to Dr. Connors.

Since Harry Osbourn sponsored Dr. Octopus's program and Peter was attempting to write his thesis on Dr. Octavius (a good friend of Connors in this film) he took the chance to meet him personally before the accident that turned Otto Octavius to the diabolical Doctor Octopus.

Because of his issues of thinking about his life he temporarily lost his powers, but he retrieved them after Octavius kidnapped M.J. so he can deliver Spider-Man to Harry in exchange of the tritium 90 to restart his experiment. Spider-Man's true face was figured by Harry who decided to have truce with Spider-Man before finding his father's secret.

Rating: 9/10
To me; this film is much better than the first one but there was just too much alcohol compared to the first one, Peter even grabbed himself a glass.


Peter managed to handle and balance his life:
.People Love Spider-Man.
.He's in Top of His Class.
.M.J. Loves him and he decided to marry her.

Peter Parkers Venomized side is really well done, it's just too funny to pass, except during his fight with Harry (a good scene) and his interaction with MJ (another good scene)

This movie was really boring so writing a review about it will bore me as well.

Generally Rating it: 5/10
Not because of Venom, there is so little Spider-Man. And his life scenes aren't that interesting as they are in the comics.
Sandman is nice: I know he temporarily reformed and helped Spider-Man in some occasions but here he was redicioulisly the thug who originally killed Ben Parker, and because Captain George Stacy found that out recently and told Peter and his aunt about it Peter had bad dreams and got really pissed off that his new suit possessed him.


HI Marvellete's and a big Hello to the spidey fans. I bet you miss classic Spider-Man villains since the events of "Brand New Day", Your wish is coming true.

Guess who returns to the Spider-Man series in "Amazing Spider-Man". I can give you a clue that he is a goblin, and he'll appear back in comics 10 issues from the current "Amazing Spider-Man #558" with one of the covers by "Alex Ross".

For a bit further informations; you can visit Marvel comics website through this following link:


Tuesday, 6 May 2008


One of my many favorite issues of "The Amazing Spider-Man". Done by the great "Roger Stern" and the Fabuolos "John Romita jr".

Titled "Daydreamers"; the issue shows the fantasies of four main characters as told by "The Watcher":

1. The Black Cat "Felecia Hardy".

2. Jolly "J. Jonah Jameson" (as shown on the cover of the issue).

3. Mary Jane Watson.

4. Peter Parker as Spider-Man.

There are absolutely no villains here if you don't consider some cameos in one or some of the characters dream(s).

This is the story review in a very very summarized way. I can handle the review of the story but story reviewers might not like the idea of someone reviewing an issue in a blog when there are various comic reviewing sites.

Monday, 5 May 2008


This show is clearly one of my many favorite Marvel animated shows, especially in the Spider-Man buisness. It's called cheesy but it got close enough to the comics with adding a few outer villains (5 actually: Gadgeteer, StuntMan, Professor Gizmo(sort of a Mindell Stromm ripoff, why didn't they use Mindell Stromm? Who wants vengeance in a cartoon in the era when cartoons are meant to be fun), a cowboy titled as SideWinder & Nephilia(who isn't actually a villain, but Penny is who pretended to love him)).

Art style is based on the fantastic art of the legendary "John Romita sr." and the animation is actually quite well done, though the characters run in a funny way and sometimes Spider-Man crawls wall in a funny way.

The most significant villain in this show isn't the "Green Goblin" nor "Doc Ock", actually the arch nemesis of Spider-Man in this show is "Victor Von Dom"/"Dr.Doom". Doctor Doom had the most memorable animated appearance in this animated series especially in his arc titled "Doctor Doom: Master of the world". The story of the good doctor was supposed to be a movie then was decided to be a mini series shown in Europe according to writer "Larry Parr".

The reasons for me to adore this show are as following:
1. I'm a big fan of Spider-Man.
2. I love the fantastic art of "The Amazing John Romita sr."
3. 80's American animated series are great, they have very great stories and art
4. Through this animated series alongside "Spider-Man & his Amazing Friends" I recognised and loved Spider-Man.
5. The more I read about Spider-Man the more connection I find between this Peter Parker and Marvel Comics Peter Parker, so I grow more fond of it.
6. Some people go against this reason, but I have to say it: Not so much romance complicating stuff beside the thing with Peter's first love interest "Betty Brant"

Before knowing about MJ in the comics and the movie I used to think: "Why does she exist?" but I really grew fond of her character and her role as a supporting cast member, yet I'm very pleased to see that show free from her.

Some people think that the villains here were actually lowered down, I say after going deep in the comics: Only "The Lizard" and 'Magneto" weren't that loyal to the comics, though the Lizard was actually very close except the fact that he doesn't have his alter ego "Dr. Curtis Connors".