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Zachary Levi on Shazam!, and the spy-fy Chuck TV series (actor interview).

January 11, 2022 | By | Reply More
Zachary Levi on Shazam!, and the spy-fy Chuck TV series (actor interview).

This week’s actor interview sees Zachary Levi land in the hot-seat for a little chat with everyone’s favourite Lex Luxthor (that would be actor Michael Rosenbaum) on the Shazam! movie, and the spy-fy Chuck TV series, as well as other more personal topics.

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Is the lack of a through-line plot hurting the new Boba Fett Star Wars TV series? (video)

January 7, 2022 | By | Reply More
Is the lack of a through-line plot hurting the new Boba Fett Star Wars TV series? (video)

With a rumoured lack of audience traction on Disney Plus for the latest Star Wars TV series, is the lack of a through-line plot hurting the new Boba Fett offering? The dark lord of the media universe is on hand to ponder this quandry.

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What Is Causing Science Fiction To Die? an article by: GF Willmetts

January 2, 2022 | By | 1 Reply More
What Is Causing Science Fiction To Die?  an article by: GF Willmetts

Over the years, we have seen many articles about the demise of Science Fiction. I’ve touched on it from time to time but never focused so much on remedies. There’s a sort of politeness about this since I’m undoubtedly going to upset some publishers and definitely agents with what I have to say. I should […]

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Doctor Who: Eve Of The Daleks by Chris Chibnall (TV review).

January 1, 2022 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Eve Of The Daleks by Chris Chibnall (TV review).

You do have to wonder how many other parts of the day the Daleks can arrive in and how long before we get ‘Tea Break Of The Daleks’ or ‘Fry With The Daleks’. What to say about this episode of ‘Doctor Who’ without going spoiler, let alone repetitions or multiple deaths. The Elf Storage Unit, […]

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The Best Of Draw! Volume Two (book review).

January 1, 2022 | By | Reply More
The Best Of Draw! Volume Two (book review).

You know how I was saying how hard it was to come across the second volume of ‘The Best Of Draw!’ after reviewing the third volume? My serendipity luck kicked in and up it popped. Granted, it wasn’t cheap but I did want to see why it sold out so quickly. It also only contains […]

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Peacemaker (HBO superhero TV series: the really rude trailer).

January 1, 2022 | By | Reply More
Peacemaker (HBO superhero TV series: the really rude trailer).

There’s no ‘i’ in “peace,” but there is one in “this trailer might be inappropriate for certain audiences.” Peacemaker, the new HBO superhero TV series, streams January 13th 2022 on HBO Max.

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Harley Quinn: Welcome To Metropolis by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, Craig Rousseu and Brandon Badeaux (graphic novel review).

December 31, 2021 | By | Reply More
Harley Quinn: Welcome To Metropolis by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, Craig Rousseu and Brandon Badeaux (graphic novel review).

The third volume, ‘Harley Quinn: Welcome To Metropolis’, reprinting the 2002 Harley Quinn # 14-25 stories does at least explain that it was the real Harley Quinn with Jimmy Olsen in the last story of the second volume. When Harley and Poison Ivy motorcycle to Metropolis to get away from the heat they were getting […]

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Harley Quinn: Night And Day by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and Pete Woods (graphic novel).

December 29, 2021 | By | Reply More
Harley Quinn: Night And Day by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and Pete Woods (graphic novel).

This second volume, ‘Harley Quinn: Night And Day’ by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and Pete Woods, covers the 2001 version in Harley Quinn # 8-13. The result of Harley being pursued by employees of Jack Hapi has given the idea to Gotham’s underworld that she has a price on her head and are determined to […]

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Alter Ego #172 November 2021 (magazine review).

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Alter Ego #172 November 2021 (magazine review).

A good chunk of this latest issue of ‘Alter Ego’ is devoted to Philipino artist Alfredo Alcala (1925-2000). When he being interviewed by Joe Orlando as to how many pages of art he could complete a week, Alcala said 40 pages pencilled and inked. When shown DC Comics pages, he said 80. Orlando stuck to […]

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Harley Quinn: Preludes And Knock-Knock Jokes by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson (graphic novel review).

December 28, 2021 | By | Reply More
Harley Quinn: Preludes And Knock-Knock Jokes by Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson (graphic novel review).

After the recent reading of Terry Dodson’s interview in Comic Book Creator # 26, I decided I ought to look at some of his work which was run in the Harley Quinn comicbook from 2000-2001 reprinted in 2007, the first seven issues in ‘Harley Quinn: Preludes And Knock-Knock Jokes’. They were spread over three graphic […]

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