IDW Writer & Letterer Ryan Ferrier, Artist & Colorist Valentin Ramon
I was very impressed by the first issue of this book and hoped that the second issue kept the momentum going. The second issue does a nice job of keeping the story very interesting and is setting up a lot of the plot developments that should pay off as the series progresses. Ferrier does a great job of balancing the mundane life of D4VE and setting up the alien invasion that is about to break loose. I’m really digging how D4VE is such an average guy and yet he is a robot and it really blows your mind that the robots have turned into the thing that they hated. Ramon artwork continues to impress. It’s amazing how he is able to get so much emotion into the robots that have … Read More »
So you are one of the chosen few who has a badge for San Diego Comic Con this year but you are in need of a hotel for the event. You and 125,000 others were in the same boat this morning in the Geek Hunger Games for a hotel room in downtown San Diego. The goal is to score a hotel in the downtown area and to get that you have to submit the form in less than 5 minutes and as soon as 2 or 3 minutes. The submissions are supposedly time stamped.For some reason SDCC has been using Travel Planners for years now and every year it seems they find a new way to screw the whole process up. Here is a bit of history on the fiasco with Travel Planners
It used to be getting a room was … Read More »
With 6 seasons with 121 episodes and approximately 612 songs covered there is no doubt that Glee has made an impact on both television and the culture that will live on forever. While the show had it’s ups and downs throughout the years and the devastation loss of Cory Monteith who played Finn Hudson it’s the good that the show has done that I will remember the most.
CHECK OUT OUR LIST OF BEST SONGS FROM ALL 6 SEASON OF GLEE
The show has now said goodbye and when looking back at the show, the music and the phenomenon that was Glee you really have to take pause as to the impact that the show had and will have. I was there from day one when FOX did a rare thing in television. They aired the pilot on May 19th 2009 ahead of … Read More »
With today’s post I thought it would be great to have a list of some of the best songs that the show had to offer while a lot of them are from the first three seasons and far fewer from the last three there are many great songs that the show covered and here are some of my favorites from the show. With over 600 song performed on the show coming up with any sort of list is nearly impossible. There are so many good songs to choose from. I have included links to the videos of the songs. Some may not work due to copyright issues but I hope that it helps you hear what the song sounds like.
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Don’t Stop Believin’
The first and quite possibly one of the best the song has … Read More »
Strange Sports Stories #1
Vertigo Comics Writers Gilbert Hernandez/Amy Chu/Lauren Beukes & Dale Halvorsen/Ivan Brandon, Artists Gilbert Hernandez/Tana Ford/Christopher Mitten/Amei Zhao, Colorists Trish Mulvihill/Giulia Brusco/Eva De La Cruz/Amei Zhao, Letterers Pat Brosseau/Sal Cipriano/Dezi Sienty/ClemRobins
Vertigo Comics has revived the 1973-1974 DC Comic book that was an anthology of sports themed stories that always had a strange twist to them. As with any anthology there are going to be both hits and misses with the stories and at least in this first issue there are no real clunkers thankfully. The best of the bunch is Gilbert Hernandez’s “Martian Trade” story that kicks off the book and has great story with a nice twist with both the bully part and the martian switch. “Dodgeball Kill” by Chu and Ford is good but not a big shock to the way the story unfolds. “Chum” by … Read More »