Sunday, 27 December 2009


A classic duel between the most sensational Blind Attorney and the oldest fighting man in the Avengers (sure Thor is way older, but by Man here I meant human) by "Stan (The Man) Lee" & "(Genial) Gene Colan"

DareDevil needed something to take his mind of the departure of "Karyn Page" from the law office of "Nelson & Murdock" because she can't stand being near "Matthew Murdock" who can't marry her and she's cuh-raai-zee about him, so he entered a public duel against "Captain America", only it didn't go that simple.

DareDevil is a hard match for "Captain America", much harder than "Iron Man" was in "Tales of Suspence #058" when the Chameleon tricked "Iron Man" to fight Cap

The issue is fun, though it is the same grief stories us Spider-Man fans know of in the Spidey issues written by "Big Man Stan"

Wednesday, 23 December 2009


Image Courtesy of the Worlds Finest

"Commissioner James Gordon" gets wounded because Batman is a whiner in this episode, he whines a lot until Robin awakes him from his self pitty

Why do superheroes always go berserk when they whine?

Saturday, 19 December 2009


From "Marc Spector: Moon Knight" #025
Written by "Howard Mackie"

What do you mean Howie? Cults in the "Middle East"? What cult(s)? Jihad? You have any idea what the word means?

Jihad main definition is to fight the enemy, not a mere invasion, not random merciless mindless destruction, it is to fight for a good cause. So I have every right to be furious by the people who know the wrong information and spread it

Jihad also goes as a meaning for "Ejtihad", that means hard work, so to focus and study right, and do the job right with honesty that is Jihad, so to tell you the truth: People do Jihad world wide, even writers. Laziness is an enemy to fight, you work right that means you fight, you struggle against an enemy

This is for everyone who abuses the word, keep this piece of information for mind

Sunday, 6 December 2009


The more issues I read of this guy's stories the more entertaining I find them, the more lovable I find Mr. "Marc Spector" to be really.

The mercenary who reforms himself, unlike Deadpool who is still a mercenary Spector stopped being a mercenary as he got resurrected, now this guy does not kill at all (maybe, he might kill). If you played "Marvel Ultimate Alliance" for the PS3 or "Spider-Man: Web of Shadows" for any system except the "Nintendo Wii" (That means the one done by Treyarch & "Shaba Games"), you can recognise this former Avenger, he was a member of "The West Coast Avengers" which was started by "Jim Rhodes" back in his "Iron Man" days, and Spector was a member

This is the cover of issue #10 of "Marc Spector: Moon Knight", it occurs during the best comic mega event ever: "Acts of Vengeance" back in the end of 1989-Early 1990, the story struck me familiar

Ringer is a little Chicken. No not that he's a coward, and this is not the same guy Spider-Man broke some of his teeth, that guy died.

Remember the story of "Little Chicken"? The one that got turned to a Pixar animated feature? That story is about a little chick who did not think like "Isaac Newton" when an acorn fell on his head, he thought "The Sky is Falling, I'm going to tell the Mighty Lion about it". Then the little chick runs and every time an animal asks him "What's with you running Little Chick" he gives the same stupid answer and all the animals are dumb enough to believe him.

Ringer is the "Little Chick", he collects two more to "Get Some Super Powered Costumed Heroes", his first follower is "Killer Shrike"

"Little Chick" and his first pal ran into another farm animal that goes by the name "Coach Whip" (does Marvel Comics love whips that much?). The funny farm animals went together to find the "Mighty Lion" to tell him that the "Sky is Falling" (I got too carried away, the three villains went to catch a heavy weight superhero)

And on a "Journey into Mystery" the three loonies go

Hey mister Fox, we gotta tell the "Great Lion" that "The Sky is Falling"
The dear dear fox knows how to reach the Lion, and he helps the animals by leading them to his den and he and his family had a royal lunch.

In the case of this issue; the baddies got defeated by "Moon Knight"

The tale ends, thank you dear listeners for giving me your ears entirely open

I recommend you guys to read this Moonbeam, Moonshy, Moonguy, he's awesome

Wednesday, 2 December 2009


The guy to the left is the one and only Batman (That's "Bruce Wayne", now "Richard 'Dick' Grayson" is)
The guy to the left is the one & only Spider-Man (This guy had more imitators than Batman, best known guy in comics is his twin like clone "Ben Reilly" who was the Scarlet-Spider but later became Spider-Man with a different costume when "Norman Osborn" made things seem like Ben is the original and Peter is the clone. Spdier-Man once left to be replaced by a girl wearing an exo-skeleton & pretending to be Spider-Man). By this I said the first similarity. "Peter Benjamin Parker" returned to his duties as Spider-Man, "Bruce Wayne" is yet to return

I'll start counting without that first thing I mentioned:
1. Each is the biggest franchise seller from his own company, DC Comics have Batman to be most proud of and Marvel has Spider-Man
2. Both of them are underrated, yes I mean the use of the word under, both of them deserve to be loved by all, but we see ridiculous reasons to hate Batman (he's too rich, he has no super powers, he defeated Superman. I guess those guys hate Anime's) & more ridiculous reasons to say Spider-Man sucks (What a loser with no money, webbing? what a pathetic thing, etc etc)
3. Both are known to be the most loner characters from their companies, but Superman is much more of a loner than Batman because he doesn't place any sidekicks with him. Spider-Man has no sidekicks and he was always alone, until Marvel made a mistake by keeping him an Avenger since 2004, bad move
4. Both of them are smart and come with different strategies to get out of a bad situation, but most superheroes do so this is not just exclusive to these two
5. Both use gadgets of their own making, Batman uses many more gadgets, but he had help in building many
6. Both of them are brilliant scientific minded
7. Both had a friend go berserk, "Thomas Elliot" was berserk since his childhood, but only revealed it in HUSH, "Harry Osborn" became berserk because life gives pressures, and he was too weak to handle them, but he then got over them
8. Both drove a car representing his symbol. Batmobile is much better known than the more obscure Spider-Mobile (I want to see this in later seasons of SSM animated)
9. Bat Signal & Spider Signal. Bat signal is how the cops call batman though, the spider signal is a light showing the face of Spider-Man and it hangs in Spider-Man utility belt
10. Both raised by an old person who is not a parent
11. Both of them whine, they just show Spider-Man whining in text, Batman whining is not scripted to make him feel darker
12. The animal emblem on their chests, and I do repeat animal emblem. Look at Superman, Black Panther, Hawkman, Catwoman, Fantastic Four, Robin........

Wednesday, 18 November 2009


Most of us Spider-Man comic readers identify with the scene from "If This May Be By Destiny: The Final Chapter"
from "Amazing Spider-Man #033", the story is a 3 parter published from ASM #031-#033 back in the sixties.
This can be put as one of the most iconic moments in superhero comics history, how "Peter Parker" was under a heavy load but he had enough motivation to inspire him to carry the weight off of him.
This is a scene that got repeated in many more comics, where the hero has a heavy load on him and he has enough motivation to carry it off for the sake of saving loved ones, "Denny O'Neil" used it once in his "Iron Man" run before letting Tony a serious drunk after a while of non-drinking, this also happened by J.M.S in his "Doctor Octopus" story where Spider-Man was burried under a very heavy destroyed building during a fight between, Ock, "Luke Carlyle" & Spdier-Man when he entered
Most people recognize this scene for being adopted for the first time out of comics in "Spectacular Spider-Man Animated Series" episode "Shear Strength", where Spidey needs to save Gwen from Ock's hideout. I believe it actually got first adapted in the first Spdier-Man movie during the last fight between Spidey & GG: Spider-Man was injured heavily, and a glider with piercing blades directed at him by someone with his amount of strength in peak condition, it was the motivation Spider-Man had to save his loved ones from that psycho that helped him lift the glider away, he had a huge motivation.
At least that is my opinion, the subject is open for debate(s)

Monday, 9 November 2009


This is the crossover you only dreamed of, Batman, Superman & Spider-Man together at once

Wednesday, 4 November 2009


If you read "Disney Comics" you'll see much more of this than you can find in animated form. This is a duck from "Brave Scotland" as I quote from "A Brave Heart" movie. Scotland has a reputation of being a country of scrooge people.

The most famous uncle of "Donlad Duck" always humiliates Donald to have him work for cheap ($0.11 per hour) to nothing, the only salvation for Donald is that he is the only one to inherit his cheap uncle.

How scrooge is this Duck?
*He's too scrooge to know the exact serial number of every paper currency he owns
*He's too scrooge his heart break by spending a penny for his eat
*He's too scrooge to buy himself a good ship and good ship fuel to sail
*He's too scrooge to buy a newspaper, if he wants to read it he must find it tossed away
*He's too scrooge to let go of a penny he lost in the sewers, he just have to jump after it or find a way to get it back for free
*He's too scrooge he knows who borrowed $0.50 for years and still haven't returned it

Despite being this scrooge at least he still has a heart of gold, you gotta love him as an uncle...if not on financial issues

Tuesday, 3 November 2009


"The Adventures of Tintin (Les Aventures de Tintin) is a series of comic strips created by Belgian artist Hergé, the pen name of Georges Remi (1907–1983). The series first appeared in French in Le Petit Vingtième, a children's supplement to the Belgian newspaper Le Vingtième Siècle on 10 January 1929. Set in a painstakingly researched world closely mirroring our own, Hergé's Tintin series continues to be a favourite of readers and critics alike 80 years later." (Source: wikipedia the free online encyclopedia)

TinTin is the guy with hair from the front going upwards and has a dog named Snowy. This is a series of 23 comic stories, 21 of them turned to animation. If you see TinTin now you'll notice part of his pants are inside his socks.

Imagine yourself like him; a teenage journalist going on adventures and being able to outwit and outfight bad guys, he's a smart detictive too. Maybe 'Bob Kane' got inspired by this guy for Batman & Robin, except that he made Batman an adult since the start and Robin too young and often gets caught

Friday, 30 October 2009


Does anyone here remember the nice 80s animated show "Bionic 6"? How a family of 6 people have their faces public knowledge as superheroes but when they are seen in their civilian forms no one suspects any of them to be a superhero? I used to wonder how that happens when I was a kid

"Power Girl 6" (the cover says its a Dec 2009 issue, but it is in stores on October? I can never understand the comic release scheduling) has a mock of her having a secret double life (she doesn't at least wear a wig like SuperGirl does to hide her civilian identity)


The Adventures of Asterix
(French: Astérix or Astérix le Gaulois) is a series of French comic books written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo (Uderzo also took over the job of writing the series after the death of Goscinny in 1977). The series first appeared in French in the magazine Pilote on 29 October 1959. As of 2008, 33 comic books in the series have been released.

Sunday, 25 October 2009


As any fan of the "Silver Age Green Lantern" know; "Hal Jordan" is a pilot who got his "Power Ring" from a dying alien who used to guard that ring, Hal gained the power and was a servant for the "Guardians of the Galaxies"

Hal's worst enemy is a former lantern gone rogue known as Sinistro (that's his name folks) who possesses a Yellow ring to counter the green rings because the color Yellow is the thing immune to the "Green Lanterns" rings.

This is what happens in this feature film, nothing new.

Friday, 23 October 2009


This is the "Graphic Novel" source material of the latest animated feature film by "Warner Home Video". Story by "Jeph Loeb" (currently the writer of Hulk) & "Ed McGuiness" (who honestly work much better on DC material than they do on Marvel's)

A meteor composed of Kryptonite is attracted to Superman, that why it is approaching Earth and is about to kill the planet inhabitants, the first person to know is "Lex Luthor", and he warns the planet & place a warrant on Superman after a failed attempt to destroy the meteor with a "BOOM-TUBE"

After a fight between these two against "Captain Marvel" & Hawkman they win and disguise as them then head to Luthor in his "Oval Office"Lex tells something to Batman sidekicks that proves why Spider-Man is much better than Batman as a superhero: "Why would someone like Batman, who has a reputation of being a lone wolf surround himself with kids for sidekicks?". COUGH, COUGH. I should step down from this talk, no RAHHING please

Look at this nice panel here, it is a reference to "Batman: Hush" by "Jeph Loeb" & "Jim Lee" (I read the entire 12 parts story, but I don't know in which title it happens cause I read it in "Gotham Comics" reprints, an Indian comics publishing establishment that publishes reprints of comics & magazines for India, but I live outside India, I'm not Indian, Banghali, or from these parts of Asia)

In part 6 Lex appears to have recieved his informations about the meteor from Darkseid, Luthor Corps got Bankrupt by his most trusted head of company "Talia Head", she robbed him.

Monday, 19 October 2009


HO HO HO, I GOT ME AN EARLY PRESENT FOR CHRISTMAS, AND IT'S OCTOBER. Wait; I don't celebrate Christmas!!! But if I did I would definitely want me a set of the latest "Hulk vs", "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" & "Green Lantern First Flight". Why don't want others? because the rest have no appeal to me, but I already have and enjoyed both "Superman: Doomsday" & "Batman: Gotham Knight"

I saw the one based on the amazing first arc of the latest volume of Batman/Superman comics which is written by "Jeph Loeb" & "Ed McGuiness", the art & characters designs are direct adaptions of "Ed McGuinees" art. Here is my opinion for my first watch (it could change in later viewings) I warn you if you did not watch the film or read the comic arc it is based on, there are SPOILERS in the review:

It starts with a prologue on an "Economy Crisis" that led to "Lex Luthor" becoming "President of the United States of America", save economy and enlist superheroes to work as soldiers for him (seeing the superheroes registration is not started by "Marvel Comics", but those guys in the company of the red & white logo had a much better use for superhuman registration. Not the point to be talked about here anyway)

The movie is so short an adaption, it dropped the inner monologue (pointless out of comic form to be honest), the anger of Bruce from Clark knowing an info he didn't tell and Oracle digged from "STAR LABS" in less than five minutes, and the fight with Superman/Kal-El from a distant future wanting to kill his present self to avoid a mistake that killed "Ma & Pa Kent", Lois & Jimmy and the Kryptonite shard sending future supes back to his time.

I didn't read the whole arc in comics form, so I don't know all the details preventing me the ability to describe truly how superior I feel the comic version of the story is to its animated counterpart, the last I read is the battle between "DC Comics" 2 Mega Stars with Hawkman & "Captain Marvel" which was too short in the animated adaption.

I won't spoil the story much more to those who did not read the comics or are yet to watch this film.

In General: I have to admit that DC has much better animated features than the ones Marvel did, DC made even much better animated series especially the supreme "Batman Animated Series of the 1990s". This film is based on what I consider one of the most superior Batman/Superman stories ever, not so supreme in animation. 4/5 Yellow Suns (a sun is a star, since Superman came first I rate as if I read a main Superman story)

Thursday, 15 October 2009


I finally grabbed good copies of "Untold Tales of Spider-Man" series, I read some of them and from what I read the most amazing issues is issue #13, the issue that deals with the death of "Sally Avril" who is a blond girl in the current "Spectacular Spectacular Spider-Man Animated Series". Unlike the animated, Sally has much more depth than just the annoying girl who doesn't like to see someone get hurt even "Puny Stinking Pete"

It starts with Spider-Man telling a story to someone, the story of how everything began, how "Blue Bird" was fighting some thugs because they witnessed her spying on them about "The Black Knight", Spider-Man came to save her and taught her a lesson by letting one thug give her just one punch to understand the dangers of fighting crime, of how she won't always have Spider-Man as her guardian angel before he knocks that thug unconscious (Sheesh, and Batman trains 10-12 years old and let them work with him in fighting crime? Get reasonable Batman)

Spider-Man took the info about the "Black Knight" and went to fight him, Sally took advantage of the piece of info she got and gave Spidey to take action shots of the event and sell to the Bugle, she was rushing her friend "Jason Ionello" who drove his fathers Jeep with no license to the site of action and they passed a red traffic light, a bus hit the jeep causing Jason to get a minor concussion and Sally died. The shock of seeing Sally dies gave "black Knight" an opening to strike Spider-Man unconscious for hours.

The theme of guilt hit Peter for a long time, when most people left the funeral of the young girl a news bulletin was cast on the radio about the Knight & his hostage in the "Chrysler Building" (because I first saw it as Kingpin's building in the 90s animated Spider-Man series I always recognize it as "Fisk Tower"), Peter had to leave the funeral and go there.

Eugene & the rest of Peter's class mates knew Peter is a photographer for the "Daily Bugle" because Peter told them so and showed them some of the pictures he took of Spider-Man in the "Show & Talk" day. "Eugene 'Flash' Thomspon" got harsh with Peter mocking his heroism and praising "Sally/Blue Bird" and describing her heroism to the coward (this is the best part of Flash thinking his best friend and former fun target too far from being Spider-Man)

Spider-Man saved the daughter of the diplomat, stopped "Black Knight" thugs, defeated the villain with bitteness in his heart. "The Human Torch" entered the scene and stopped Spider-Man from punching B.K more after he defeated him, the walls around them collapsed, B.K is gone & Spider-Man told the Torch the story (back to the First Panel/Splash Page)
Spider-Man acted as his usual "Drama Queen" self in whining (at least he's not like this all the time, and he feels the need to save not to avenge or destroy) until the Torch eased up on his friends grief by telling him what differences he made (Way to Go Torch), but Peter still is ubset by the loss of a classmate in such a tragic accident

This feels much like Spider-Man's debut in "Amazing Fantasy #15" back in 1962, but with him older and with different people, this is one of the times I enjoy his drowsing in self pitty though I really enjoy him more not whining but still acts in responsibility like "Roger Stern" & "Bill Mantlo's" runs, as well as the current direction issues out of "Joe Kelly's" work

5 perfect webs. "Kurt David Busiek" & "Pat Oliffie" know how to deliver excellent stories

Wednesday, 14 October 2009


Anyone had hopes for a DareDevil animated series back in the 80s? Would you imagine it to turn as Amazing as Spider-Man & Hulk shows were? Check this out?


As in the comics Matt Murdock is a blind lawyer who is secretly DareDevil. (Unlike the comics he has dark black hair). By day he pals his teenage niece & his seeing-eye-dog. But when evil strikes he becomes DareDevil, his dog becomes lightning the Super Dog, and the three of them take to the street in DareDevil especially equipped van.

Now, stop and think about this for a minute: Who's driving the van? Is it the bland guy, the underage girl, or the seeing-eye dog?

Anyway, once they find crime among the rooftops-which is where most of crime in New York City typically takes place-Matt moves to the back of the van to the giant cannon, which unfolds from the top. And then, his niece launches him a DareDevil...

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Inspector Gadget" allies with DareDevil next?

Monday, 12 October 2009


Why do I prefer superhero comics over Manga & Anime? I'm still an Otaku even more than my entire squad of Otaku pals, but I prefer Marvel & DC comics much more than Manga & Anime, WHY?

I love fiction, but the Anime just have too exaggerated level of fiction, someone jumps up and stay flying 50 feet for a whole hour? Does this make any sense? I love my fiction to have sense

The charm about superhero comics is that it paints real life in a different color, it has real communities (Why I prefer Marvel to DC in general) & real people, but it's just a colorful set with different science & people with superhuman abilities, and they're cool. Sure some people have no super human powers like "Captain America", Bucky, "Moon Knight", "Iron Fist" & "Shang Chi" and they can fight to supreme levels, but at least they're still on ground, not someone can train to lift 7 tons more than the Hulk.

Comics are colorful as well, even the black & white of them look beautiful in print, they don't have super funny effects that look great animated but dull in the grey scaled still image.

Sure superhero comics have weird extreme levels of fiction at times, but it is not the kind that affects the continuity of the character in entitrety and goes really unbelievably ridiculous stories.

My older brother makes fun of superheroes for having ridiculous stories, but do you relise what he considers ccool and it has too stupid a story compared to the ones he insult? Bleach, he loves Bleach, a story of a 15 years old school boy who becomes a spirit god or something and he fights "hollow spirits".

A "Hollow Spirit" is a spirit of a dead person that doesn't go to the "Soul Society" and transforms to a giant long worm like beast that can destroy communities and needs a soul weeper to kill it, but young kids can still kill it with all simplicity. Watch Bleach the anime and I'm ready to hear any responses, or read them since you can't file me a video response here

Sunday, 11 October 2009


Look at him, so calm, so clever, so cool, a genius to be admired, think you not?
Awww, can you hate this "Drama Queen"?
Wait; did I just insult him after so many comliments? Seriously? Nooooooo, Get Out
"Uchiha Sasuke" is like Superman, he's the last of his kind right? RIIIIIGHT?
Both of them discovered some of their kind still exist alive, so why such a question?
"Uchiha Sasuke", what a nice kid who is so upset because his father never acknowledged him like he did his older brother Itachi (I admit, someone like him has the right to be upset in such a situation), the only one who truly loved Sasuke from his family is his brother Itachi.....Who am I kidding? Both parents loved Sasuke too.
Once upon a time this kid returned from the "Ninja Academy" and got the shock of his life from seeing his entire clan murdered, who murdered them but his older brother Itachi who thought back then Sasuke is too weak to kill, Sasuke got filled with anger and hatred for his accursed brother. Ever since that day everytime Sasuke looks at his reflection on the lake in picture it Itachi then jumps in and swims deep inside the lake then gets back to the surface
Sasuke met an idiot who always shouts and perform pranks and became friends with him, but in their first day as Genins they became rivals because Sasuke is appealing to all girls with his qualities, ever since he started calling this idiot a dropout. Oh, a dropout tied you down after class "Drama Queen"? Shame Shame, lucky for you he had to go to the toilet back then when you saw him afterwards
Cool and awesome until Orochimaru made you soil your pants, then you needed your idiot friend to save you in order to get back to your conscience and the annoying monstrous chick to wake you from your trance, you gave Orochimaru a hard fight before he bites you and gives you the cursed seal
Itachi comes after the "Chuunin Exams" and shhots you to the hospital then you get up thanks to Naruto and you go to your hate session and want to fight Naruto, he gave you a nice fight until Kakashi stopped you both. You were so happy to see the effect of the rasengan is way too weak compared to the chidori, but you went back to your hate session when the rasengan made such a huge hole in the tank, bigger than the mess your chidori made in the other tank.
Then came Orochimaru's minions to give Sasuke some ass-kicking before they grab him in a box out of Konoha to be trained by his biter.
Sasuke became too powerful, he whoped his friends all too quickly then he killed Orochimaru some time later, way to go Sasuke.
"I AM AN AVENGER", Sasuke joined the Avengers? No, not with "Captain America" & crew, not mighty, not new, "Dark Avengers", but not "Norman Osbourn's" "Dark Avengers"
Sasuke battled Itachi One-on-One, Sasuke killed Itachi. yaaaay, now Sasuke can go back home, riiiiight? Nah, he fainted and was taken by the masked moron from the Akatsuki, what's that moron name again? Tobi? No, he is "Uchiha Madara", the one who built Konoha with the Shoiji Hokage. Isn't he supposed to be dead???? Madara helped Itachi kill his clan, they were all screwed anyway, Itachi was a spy for Konoha elders on the Uchiha's and he killed them by orders of the elders, and he asked Madara for help???? Madara started the Akatsuki, and Itachi was a spy for Konoha on the Akatsuki
Sasuke believes Madara, but he obeys Madara and decides to kill Konoha elders (Then why kill the entire group of Kage's?)
"I AM AN AVENGER", He's a pathetic "Drama Queen", die sasuke DIE

Thursday, 8 October 2009


Idiot No. 1: "Uchiha Itachi", member of the Akatsuki, the Akatsuki is a gang of "S-Level Ninjas"
He joined the gang after commiting a real serious crime, it is killing his entire clan except his younger brother because he didn't want them to see a video of him dancing and singing while cleaning the house.

Idiot No. 2: "Uchiha Sasuke" the younger brother of "Idiot No.1", he took the footage that cause Itachi to kill his entire clan and place it on, "Hataki Kakashi" watched that video and from that day forth he decided to stick sololey to books.
Sakura used to draw herself with this idiot plenty of times, but everytime she wanted to show him her sketch when he is at the river he jumps in and shouts "ITAHCII"
After capturing his brother and tying him hard, Sasuke played the latest album of "Paris Hilton" as revenge for murdering the clan

Idiot No. 3: "Hoshikagi Kisami" is another member of the Akatsuki who you can always find in the companion of Itachi.
Once he told Itachi he laughed at that video of him dancing on youtube and Itachi gave this one a punch in the face

Monday, 28 September 2009


We have this idiot in the powerfuly mega hit of the year 2008: THE DARK KNIGHT
Then we have this other idiot from the not as loved flick as its predecessors flick of 2007: SPIDER-MAN 3
What is similar between these two is:
*They both are main stars in their movies who start is normal people who deelope into villains
*They both appeared in villain incarnation for a short time in total in movies that each lasted for long over two hours
*Both of them are most iconic antagonists of their films protagonist
*Both of them die
So why is Two-Face loved and Venom is considered to be by so many the worst villain that appeared in a Spider-Man flick?
*"Edward Brock jr" (this is Eddie's full name in the Ultimate universe, numbered as "Earth 1610", and the name used in the movie) is a rival photographer who was a jerk since the start who cares for himself the most of all, then he got fired because "Peter Parker" put dirt in his eyes and then wanted vengeance until he bonded with the symbiote and remained Venom for a short while in the movie duration.
Like his original counterpart from "Earth 616", the natural series that introduces characters originally in Marvel Comics wanted revenge on Spider-Man because he made him lose his job exposing a wrongful story by Eddie, but ended bonding with the symbiote nd tormenting Spider-Man
*"District Attorney Harvey Dent" started as a hero who got brain-washed by the Joker after a trauma of losing his fiancee and half his body was burnt in the flesh, before dying he did pretty much what Venom did in Spider-Man movie but got glorified as a hero in the end unlike Venom.
Why is Harvey Two-Face loved and glorified in "Christopher Nolan" film and Venom got crucified by fans in the "Sam Raimi" film? Does this make any sense? It doesn't to me, so I'm open to hear your explanations even if I still don't like this happening.

Tuesday, 22 September 2009


This is a 5 issue miniseries published by MARVEL COMICS back in the year 2005, each issue is a story for both heroes together in a different era.

I love the writers work on this one, so as the art work, they deserve compliments for a great miniseries that ended with a shock to "The Human Torch" and got two families close together (Parkers & Richards)

The comedy is commendable, the writer did a funny story


On my facebook status I say "I hate Manga", but that is just to annoy a friend who annoys me on my passion for Spider-Man, I hate people who dictate on you what you should enjoy.

On the 'Toonzone" boards they always post flash advertisements of animated shows D.V.D's, I always ignore them because I never care for any anime as long as it is not introduced to me by any of my siblings, I mean what I said by the letter. But when I saw that this is about ninjas I got intrigued, I love ninja's

This guy "Rokoju Miharo" is the protagonist of the story, he has carved within him the ultimate wisdom that intends to consume him, the Shinranbunshi. Miharu (first name) Rokujo (Sirname) is meant to rule Nabari; "the world of the ninjas", and for that he is guided by an "Irish Ninja" in the guise of an ordinary "English Teacher" (the tall guy with black hair) and has a Japanese name, Izowa (the guy with glasses) and a "Samurai Ninja Girl"

I won't spoil the story further, it's something new and what makes me really love it more is that I'm driven away from Naruto by the stupidity happening in that guy's story

Friday, 11 September 2009


"Captain America"is famous as a "World War II" comic superhero who got frozen in deep sea and his best friend dies, or at least Bucky appeared to be dead. After being defrosted by the Avengers in "Avengers #004" he had solo adventures of his in "Tales of Suspense" starting in issue #59 after his fight with "Iron Man" in the previous issue, from that issue until issue#99, the last issue published under that title it had a monthly features of both "Iron Man" & "Captain America". "Captain America" tales were told by "The Fantastic Two": "Stan (The Man) Lee" & "Jack (The King) Kirby", "jack Kirby co-created "Captain America" along with "Joe Simon back in 1939 A.D.

Enough with this briefing of Cap's history frantic ones, let's jump to the review of the feature at hand

In "Tales of Suspense #062" our favorite duo made Cap demonstrate his skills of combat to a prison warden and the prison guards, some of the guards dressed as prisoners and held rods with blank shots shooting "Captain America", the reason for this demonstration was shown for the inmates of "Cell Block 10"; a block that holds the most dangerous criminals

It was revealed that the guards are truly inmates in disguise, the guns had real ammo and the false Warden took the place of the real one who is imprisoned in one of the cells, the only locked cell.
The reason "Captain America" was truly summoned is to trick him to be caged and they take his shield with its magnetic powered carrier to open this electric gate and help them escape

The magnetic power-ups were taken off of the shield because the disturb the balance. When the false warden was talking to the inmates he said the gates password, they were standing at the gate and it did not open.
Come to think of it this way: If they were not able to open the gate; how did they let "Captain America" in

Thursday, 10 September 2009


This is the "Comic Book Resources" version of the list
What do you agree on and what don't you agree on?
I don't read enough comics to judge, but I do like the list


DareDevil is one of the comic book characters to have his origin revamped, another one is "Iron Man", but the only focus here is DD: "The Man Without Fear"

In DareDevil v1 #1 DD had his costume done and ready before he fights the one responsible for his fathers death; Sweeny/The Fixer. In that telling of his origin DareDevil was not an angry pissed off vengeful spirit, he sure was angry by the muder of his father but he wasn't in raging vengeance, "Stan Lee" made the character someone to crack jokes.

In v1 issue 164 DareDevil was hospitalized after a tangle with the Hulk from the previous issue, Reporter "Ben Urich" heard "Karyn Paige" call DD Matt in concern and that grabbed his attention, broke his suspeciouns about DareDevil and led him to the tru identity of the Crimson adventurer. Ben decides to gather informations from DareDevil himself, DareDevil told Ben his origin after the revalation.
In this version he had rage squeezing his heart, he was really sour about his loss and looked with vengeful rage at the ones responsible for his loss, DareDevil played Sweeny's strong arm in a boxing match and humiliated him. Sweeny ran for his life but hee died from a heart attack of the fear brought to him by the Devil chasing him.

"Man Without Fear #2/5". "Frank Miller" & "John Romita jr"

Later revamp, Matt went after Sweeny for vengeance before sewing his costume, he did not fight this big gorrilla in front of Sweeny, he attacked him until he lost blood mercilessly and Sweeny witnessed late then escaped.

My favorite version of his origin is the one from "DareDevil" #164

Wednesday, 9 September 2009


"X-Men Origins: Wolverine" is a movie that had a false version of Deadpool, this is a fan comic that fixes that mistake


This is just too good that it is a mistake for me not to share it, enjoy :D

Tuesday, 8 September 2009


"Moon Knight" is a vigilante I read about a few years back and he appeared to be really interesting because he works to redeem his past, and every story he guest starred in is fantastic.

[He is a man of several personalities, he was always such a person even in the old days of him being a mercenary and a treasure hunter. His later different personalities used different names:
*Billionaire "Steven Grant": A smart Wallstreet broker
*Marc Spector: his original name, his mercenary side
*Jake Lockley: A street smart cab driver]

The thing that pulled me the most to this panel is the fact that the writer's name is "Steven Grant"; one of M.K's persona's, the other thing is that he narrates the story in a way of speaking from "Steven Grant" persona of "Moon Knight"

This panel is from page 1 (a.k.a: splash page) from "Moon Knight" v1 #27

Monday, 7 September 2009

Artist "Adi Granov" honors us by giving an interview in New-Gen.
Adi is the artist and designer of the "Iron Man" armor for the movie

I must not leave you without enjoying a few pieces of his work, that is just wrong

Saturday, 5 September 2009


So this is not a masterpiece, I didn't even break a bit of a smile while working on this one, it is just the occasion that pushes me to it


First of all I'd like to say that I'm a huge "Two Guys, a Girl, & A Pizza Place" fan, I love that series because it is hilarious, and "Ryan Reynolds" is 'THE' star in it.

I'd also like to point that I'm a huge fan of Wolverine, the worlds most famous X-Man, former agent of SHIELD & now an Avenger, I'm a bigger fan of his favorite foe as well, the nutball from Weapon-X project as well as Wolverine, our favorite Deadpool.

The best piece of news I heard about the movie is that it has Deadpool, and "Ryan Reynolds" star as Deadpool, I saw a few episodes of "Two Guys & a Girl" recently before watching the movie and that made my hopes higher for Deadpool in the movie.

The origin of Wolverine had alterations over the comic book origin (I'll explain them later), but that went fine, we know that superhero/comic movies aren't all too biblical about the source material so it went fine.

What I point at in this entry is about Deadpool, the clown of Weapon-X who has the occasional fights with Wolverine and they're meant to be funny, Deadpool wears a Spider-Man ripoff costume and he uses all sorts of weapons (mouth included, this is why he's known as "The Merc With the Mouth")

"Wade Wilson" started a funny short piece of appearance, then we have over an hour of the movie without him until we see him later as something else.

Boo (Oh wait; I can't talk cause my mouth is sealed, bummer dudes)

Cyclopse has an appearance in the movie wearing his "Ruby-Quartz Glass" to stop his lazer from shooting, but it was created by neither "Professor X" (they are yet to meet in the end of the movie?) nor by "Hank Maccoy"/Beast. Sabertooth abducts Cyclopse for Weapon-X from school.

Deadpool has no mouth? No name? He can teleport without the special belt built for him by Weasel? He can release Adamantium-Swords from his arms like Baraka from "Mortal Kombat"? And they copied Cyclopse mutant ability to give it to pool? Not to mention that he is controlled like "The Nemesis" from "Resident Evil Apokalypse" movie???????

I won't rant like I feel I should do as a faithful Deadpool fan so I'll zip-it. If you want to have a DeadPool translated right from the comics you have "Marvel Ultimate Alliance" video games, and you can find him in the excellent animated feature film byLionsgate "Hulk vs Wolverine". Last option I know of is when ItsJustSomeRandomGuy on youtube makes a short featuring Deadpool

Tuesday, 1 September 2009


I mean Goofy turns to Hulk, not them meeting each otherThe image is a mess, tell me about it, but I tried to pull a stunt, no harm done right?This is a different take using "Marvel Hero Creator"

Monday, 31 August 2009


Yay, now we’re going to have Marvel Cartoons on regular “Disney Channel”. I’m not serious here
I wonder how Disney fans who hate Marvel comics will feel, I know I don’t want a team-up between “Howard The Duck” & “Donald Duck” in the regular 616
Will Sony still own the rights to make Spider-Man toons and otherwise? How will Fox feel? How many dumbed down animated shows will we have? How will this effect “Spectacular Spider-Man Animated” in case there really are going to be more seasons on their ways to the making?

I know that I agree with soundmonkey and anyone in fear of how the quality of comics might be affected

But come to think of it this way: "Disney Studio's" made that movie with "Ryan Reynolds" & "Sandra Bullock" as stars, and it has mature moments, maybe we won't get all dumbed down shows, movies or games

Friday, 28 August 2009


This is the last panel in Hulk 12 by "Loeb & McGuiness", "Red Hulk" leaves Hulk broken and this is simply how the story ends.

Incredible Hulk 600: This issue came directly after Hulk 12, this is "Robert Bruce Banner" caged in a tube by these guys below.

A.I.M (Advanced Idea Mechanics) and there "Big Cheese" M.O.D.O.K (Mobile Organism Designed Only for Killing)

The problem is since "Hulk 13" deals with events after Hulk died; Loeb never explained how Hulk was captured, and why are these involved, or why the heck would general "Thadeus 'Thunderbolt' Ross" & an agent of "S.H.I.E.L.D" (Supreme Headquarters, International Espionage, Logistic directorate) deal with A.I.M

More questions to be never revealed other than the unrevealed mystery of "The Red Hulk" with his (maybe her, stillanerd has a point comparing this to Mencae (that latest goblin who was revealed to be "Lilly Hollister", "Harry Osbourn's" latest crush)) ability (woman with an alterego that has a male physique)


On the left is the cover of Hulk 13 as drawn by "John Romita jr", this issue comes after "Incredible Hulk 600" and the absorption of gamma from "Bruce Banners" body by the new & mysterious Red Hulk (in CBR they shorten it the way "Scooby Doo" would say Hulk = Rulk)

On the right is the famous panel from the legendary "Amazing Spider-Man 50" by Jazzy "John Romita sr" that got translated to movie form in Spider-Man 2