Sunday, 24 January 2010

NO GAMBLING = SMART WORDS

DareDevil 191 By "Frank Miller" & "Klaus Janson"

Roulette, gambling with a gun, truly idiotic
Any other type of Gambling does the same, it kills you, just doesn't do it this quick, not always

Saturday, 23 January 2010

WATCHMEN, THE MOVIE

Based on the 12 part mini-series by "Alan Moore" & an artist I have no idea what his name is, I saw the movie but still haven't read the "Graphic Novel"

The movie has an ok story, a good story, not as AWESOME as the graphic novel is praised, I don't think the graphic novel is worth this high level of praise anyway, this is an overrated story

The story is violent, and has lots of images unhealthy for the eyes, neither young nor old

This is a movie that anyone who thinks comic books are kids stuff must see
Of course Nolan's Batman must change your minds too, they are PG-13 movies, not too mature and not too childish

Wednesday, 20 January 2010

SPIDER-MAN 4, NO MORE?

No. 4 has a red X marked on it denying this number, cause we won't have Spider-Man 4 kids, the rumors are true: SPIDER-MAN FILM FRANCHISE GETS REBOOTED

The question Mark is me wondering: What Will The Suit Look Like In The Reboot?

Monday, 18 January 2010

YOU GOTTA LOVE 'EM

Panels from DareDevil v1 #172, script & art by "Frank Miller", inks by "Klaus Janson"

Kingpin is a calm powerful genius, he sure knows how to use tension for his advantage, Bullseye is a clever killer you don't want to tangle with, but they sure make a story really fun

Friday, 15 January 2010

ITALIAN INTRODUCTIONS 4 SUPERHERO CARTOONS

I have the intro's for Batman: TAS, HULK: TAS, BATMAN BEYOND & Spider-Man Unlimited in MP3 forms, I could've just added an image to the song and upload it here, but then I decided you need to see the videos on your own.

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BATMAN BEYOND/BATMAN OF THE FUTURE

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BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES

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HULK THE ANIMATED SERIES

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X-MEN THE ANIMATED SERIES

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SPIDER-MAN UNLIMITED

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SPIDER-MAN FROM 1981, POORLY FORGOTTEN SHOW

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

GREAT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: WHAT A JOKE!!!

American Comics creators at least take too much pride with their false heritage anyway, why do so?

So many comics show America to have the upper hand over whatever threat hit it (so does Hollywood, every form of American fiction does so). Comic creators do plenty of comics showing how great and heroic they were during "World War II" against the danger of the Nazi threat, what gives?

Panel from Batman vs "Captain America". Story & Art by "John Byrne"

I saw so many covers of issues proving Americans to be Anti-Nazi patriots (this is why I started this subject in my comic blog), like America was threatened during WWII, the recent thing that really bugged me the most is having Joker disapprove of working for Nazi skunks because Nazi's are too evil even for a low-life like the Joker to join them

Here's a little lesson in history: During WWII U.S.A joined the group that worked against the Allied-Triangle, but what did they do? They loaned cash to countries to annihilate each other and stood watching from the sidelines, but when the Japanese blew-up one of their harbors in Hawaii back in August 1945 you know what those patriotic heroes did? The blew Two Japanese cities full of civilians, not militiamen, CIVILIANS, count 140,000 dead bodies. By the end of the war the great heroic country was the richest because it lost very little in the war compared to other countries and many countries were in financial debt to this mega awesome country

At least something good came out of that rubble the Nazi's (American government was and will always be a true Nazi, but they have many many respectable citizens, don't get frustrated on the citizens cause they are simply victims of their "Great Government"), Japanese stood up strong, they repaired their country and now they surpass all the rest of the countries by far many great steps, and we're very happy for the Manga and Anime aside from their fantastic technology, culture & well shaped manners

Monday, 11 January 2010

DARK KNIGHT TWO-FACE

Look at this picture; isn't it awesome?
This thread contains spoilers, so watch THE DARK KNIGHT movie then come read this if you didn't do so already. I can't guarantee you'll see it as awesome as I do even after several times of watching.

The one bedded is Harvey Dent after he is burnt severely in the entire left half of his body, the one with him is the Joker

Before capturing Joker Harvey was on his way to prison because he said he's Batman, they wanted Batman imprisoned to end the array of dead cops. Harvey was saved by Batman, Joker was captured and sent to prison.

Later Batman asks Joker where Harvey Dent & Rachel Dawes are, when did Joker have the time to capture them?

Batman said he'll save Rachel and told the cops to save Dent, but he felt Dent more important for the city so he saved him, the burnt half of Harvey was soaked in gasoline so it burnt after Batman took him away from the place before it burns, but they weren't able to go far enough and the fire reached and spread on the gasoline sending Harvey to the hospital

In the hospital before Joker blows it he convinced Harvey Two-Face that everything he did was random and unplanned, all plans have pathetic results? And Joker planned nothing? With everything he planned? And Harvey trusted him easily? After being so sore about Joker for what he did to him? Did I hear right?

Joker gets out and blows the hospital before Harvey has enough time to get out after getting dressed, how did he survive and didn't burn to an extra crisp? And that bombing of the hospital after having a chat with Two-Face wasn't planned? What did Joker say about planners being pathetic?

I think the movie is fun, it is one of my favorite movies, but it is very flawed

Friday, 8 January 2010

HOW MANY TIMES DID THIS HAPPEN SO FAR?





















From "Amazing Spider-Man #356" By "David Michilinie" & "Mark Bagley"

Thursday, 7 January 2010

ERIK LARSEN

I'm beginning to enjoy the art of the guy now that I find the Spider-Man stories sketched by him to be much more fun than the Michilinie stories penciled by Mark Bagley, though I prefer the art of Mr. Bagley heavily especially since I saw his work on Ultimate Spider-Man.


Here's a pin-up picture half drawn by Erik Larsen & Half drawn by Todd McFarlane from Amazing Spider-Man #350