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Category Archives: Movies
You’d think that super-heroes make a good theme for post stamps. After all, even the blandest version of the man-in-tights is iconic enough to appeal to a great audience. Not so, though. Naturally, there are stamps galore from the “exotic” … Continue reading
Judging from his Mass Murderer of Steel review-in-game-format, I guess Kyle Baker didn’t care much for the last part of Man of Steel…
Time Travel and Rocket-powered Apes digged up these Kirby-in-the-movies mashups by Nick Perks. They’re pretty neat, even for non-believers.
That Alan Moore is not really a fan of the movies that have been made based on his comics, is a well-known fact. I don’t know whether that is the reason, but the Great Mage has started creating his own … Continue reading
On our way back from holidays we passed through France and I couldn’t help but notice that Total was doing an Astérix-themed campaign in which you can save up for a set of rather garish beach towels. Nevertheless, I had … Continue reading
Christian Cardona just beat Hollywood’s development hell and made a film version of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s heavy-duty comic book Y: The Last Man. It’s very (and I mean, very) impressive, and manages to translate the quite far-fetched premise … Continue reading
The lovely Jeffrey Brown has a new book out from Chronicle, a picture book about Darth Vader’s attempts at being a good dad. It’s a sweet book, thoroughly clashing with the Star Wars canon, but all the more recognizable for … Continue reading
The excellent science fiction and pop culture site Tor presents The Real Struggle for the Heart of Alien by Faith Erin Hicks (Demonology 101 and Zombies Calling), a thoughtful and creative one-page analysis of what Ridley Scott’s seminal film is about. And she’s … Continue reading
This delightful unofficial titel sequence for the upcoming Adventures of Tintin movies was created by James Curran and includes references to all Tintin books, from Pays des Soviets to L’Alph-Art. Splendid stuff !