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reviewed The Walking Dead. August 12, 2008
Book one of the Walking Dead
I am always a big fan of the post apocalytic genre, I love movies like the Mad Max series and the Romero zombie films.  And one gripe I always have is that the endings of those movies rarely …
reviewed Hellboy II: The Golden Army. August 12, 2008
hell boy poster
I am not a comic book super hero fan nor did the first Hell Boy made aparticularly good impression on me.  I suppose the reason I went to seeHell Boy II is for the fact Guillermo del Toro, the director …
reviewed The Dark Knight. August 09, 2008
The Dark Knight achieves greatness in ways that will leave the audience dazzled, and overwhelmed. Christopher Nolan has made a film that I can't even place within the superhero genre.     Since …
reviewed The Dark Knight. August 01, 2008
This movie is what I wanted Batman to be in the 60's (I hated the tv series). Too bad Ledger died since he will be difficult to replace in the next installment.    Great special effects …
reviewed The Death of Superman. July 31, 2008
The Death of Superman
It's taken a long time for comics to get where they are today. At the present, comics are widely regarded as a serious art form, although the medium still has a long way to go before everyone buys that. …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 27, 2008
The sequel to the 2005 Batman Begins is even better than its predecessor.  Much different than the earlier comical Batman series, this one is much darker, much tragic, and portrays the Batman that …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 24, 2008
I'd heard good things prior to the viewing so my expectations were admittedly high, but I have to say...this movie lived up to the hype. Story: Typical of superhero tales...villain threatens/harms the …
reviewed Stardust: Being A Romance Within the .... July 23, 2008
Stardust (novel)
Tristran Thorn would do absolutely anything to win pretty Victoria Forrester's heart. Even venture across The Wall into mysterious Faerie in search of a fallen star. But once he enters Faerie, mysterious …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 23, 2008
Five minutes in to THE DARK NIGHT, I'm asking myself, "What's happened to Gotham?!?!" In BATMAN BEGINS, the city was almost a character itself. Dark, glossy, seedy. It had islands and elevated subways. …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 22, 2008
After leaving the theater in 2005 nearly wiping tears from my eyes after watching the genius of Batman Begins, I said "part of me wishes they would never make another film because there's no way they …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 22, 2008
The newest installment of the Batman franchise makes good its promises of 'darkness'. Though I didn't find the imagery of this movie as drab overall as say in the first movie, the story line certainly …
Batman: Arkham Asylum
For any beginning comic reader, and even more so for anyone else, "Arkham Asylum" is essential. Claimed by DC to be the best-selling graphic novel of all time, "Arkham Asylum" is deep, psychological, …
reviewed Batman Begins. July 19, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Deluxe Edition DVD cover
8 Years after the abortion of Batman & Robin, Christopher Nolan decided that he must bring back the dignity of Batman. In order to do that, he must forget anything even portrayed in the previous films. …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 18, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
(4.5 *'s) Everything is in place. When a comic book action movie gets tipsy between the fortunes of good and evil, and one forgets the good guys are supposed to prevail, then you have a real comic adventure. …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 18, 2008
Everyone seems to think the greatest strength of "The Dark Knight" is that it surpasses the "Batman" comic book origins. I think it's the greatest weakness. I thought "Batman" was supposed to be a comic …
reviewed Batman: Gotham Knight. July 18, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Batman: Gotham Knight
DC's recent spate of direct-to-DVD videos have been somewhat of a mixed bag. I didn't care for Superman - Doomsday (DC Universe Animated Original Movie), but I was very impressed by Justice League - The …
reviewed The Dark Knight. July 18, 2008
"The Dark Knight" is a movie so good you cannot stop admiring the intensity, action and simply formidable greatness of it. It is, without a doubt, the best Batman movie to date. Do you know that scene …
reviewed Batman: Gotham Knight. July 16, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Batman: Gotham Knight
Combining some of the greatest writers in the business, Gotham Knight is a 6 story movie that focuses on how Bruce Wayne went from The Batman to The Dark Knight.    Have I Got A Story …
reviewed Batman: The Killing Joke. July 13, 2008
Batman: The Killing Joke
"Batman: The Killing Joke" is one of the seminal Batman comics as well as one of the finest comics ever published. That's hardly a surprise considering that it was written by Alan Moore, the Shakespeare …
reviewed The Incredible Hulk (2008). June 18, 2008
DVD front
They did a superb job redoing The Hulk from 2003.  Completely ignoring Ang Lee's version, this one makes one smashing and exciting movie!    The first action scene set the pace …
reviewed Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return. June 06, 2008
Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return
The first novel in this series succeeded because its childlike graphics and gee-whiz storytelling matched perfectly with this subject matter. We could imagine the infant/child author telling her story …
reviewed Iron Man. May 15, 2008
Iron Man
It has been a long time since I left a theater feeling truly satisfied! I really enjoyed Iron Man for so many reasons- great acting, directing and special effects!     I was really …
reviewed Persepolis (graphic novel). May 07, 2008
Persepolis 1 & 2
Before the movie and before the Cannes Films Festival ravings, Persepolis was an acclaimed comic book and a great story about family loyalty, youthful courage, culture shock and repressive government. …
reviewed 30 Days of Night (2007 movie). May 03, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
30 Days of Night (2007 movie)
`30 Days of Night' starts with an admirable idea: How about a vampire story in Northern Alaska during the dead of winter when there is no sunlight for about a month? There's so much you can do with cold …
reviewed 30 Days of Night (2007 movie). April 16, 2008
30 Days of Night (2007 movie)
Gone are the vampires who are so completely wimpy that Blade can kill with a single swing of his manly sword. The lead vampire in particular Danny Huston who is an identifiable character saturated in …
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