Archive for November, 2011

Don’t Adjust Your Eyes…It is Hatchet/Slash

Posted in Comic, Comic News on 11/30/2011 by sharonwong

Review by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Hatchet/Slash: Hack/Slash Annual Number Three

Written by Benito Cereno, Art by Ariel Zucker-Brull, Cover A by Tim Seeley & Mark Englert, Cover B by Ariel Zucker-Brull and Published by Image Comics

It was just a matter of time before Cassie Hack of Hack/Slash and Victor Crowley of Hatchet would square off against each other.  And of course, it would have to be in the arena of fan fiction.  Well, there is no more of a perfect contender for ‘Perfect Stranger’ fanfic than this year’s Hack/Slash Annual, Hatchet/Slash, which will feature Cassie vs Crowley. Continue reading


Simply, Bill Mantlo

Posted in Comic, Comic News on 11/30/2011 by sharonwong

Written by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

On Thanksgiving, I journeyed to Cape Cod on my annual T-Day pilgrimage, which is neither the most exciting nor scenic.  However, the drive was eased by my favorite podcast, 11 O’Clock Comics.  In the latest episode (#188), the gang of Vince, Chris, David and Jason were talking about writer Bill Mantlo.  Who might you ask is Bill Mantlo? Continue reading

11.29.2011: What To Watch – DVD/Blu-ray Releases

Posted in DVD, Film on 11/29/2011 by sharonwong

It’s the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving and time to begin our holiday shopping.  The two DVD & Blu-ray sets released this week might just be the perfect start for the sci-fi fan in your life, or an early gift for yourself. Continue reading

11.23-27.2011: Weekend Box Office – The $

Posted in Box Office, Film on 11/28/2011 by sharonwong

Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for…family & friends, Black Friday and Jason Segel?  The executive producer, writer and star of The Muppets was the activist for the first Muppets movie in twelve years (the last was 1999’s Muppets from Space) and the five-day holiday weekend was the perfect re-introduction.  Kermit, Miss Piggy & friends were a successful #2 with $41.516 million (domestic) for the $45 million film, just $12.444 million behind Breaking Dawn.  The rest of the top five was for the kids and the holiday season with #3 Happy Feet Two ($18.351 million), #4 Arthur Christmas ($16.301 million) and #5 Hugo ($15.402 million). Continue reading

Friday, Black Friday

Posted in Comic News on 11/24/2011 by sharonwong

Written by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

The holiday shopping season looms on the not-so-distant horizon as Black Friday descends upon us tomorrow.  Normally, it is a day (and night) full of AM openings, queues and “big” savings.  Dark Horse Comics however is flipping the bird to waking up in the dark and lining up by actually giving readers BIG SAVINGS in the comfort of our footie pajamas whilst eating T-Day leftovers! Continue reading

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