Archive for December, 2011

Neither Melody, Nor Rhythm

Posted in Comic, Comic News on 12/28/2011 by sharonwong

Review by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Angel & Faith issue #5

Written by Christos Gage, Art by Phil Noto, Colors by Dan Jackson, Covers by Steve Morris & Rebekah Isaacs, and Published by Dark Horse Comics

A familiar face graces our two title characters’ presence in the fifth issue of Angel & Faith in merry olde England.  Whom may you ask is that familiar face?  Here’s a hint: her name begins with an H and ends with a Y.  Yes, it is the return of everyone’s favorite fanged former executive assistant, Harmony, who is traveling with the demon Clem and carrying baggage, aka problems. Continue reading

12.13.2011: What To Watch – DVD/Blu-ray Releases

Posted in DVD, Film on 12/28/2011 by sharonwong

(A belated post…we blame the holiday crack)

We’ll pass on blood and bananas but for this week’s DVD/Blu-ray releases, it’s a must for one vampire and one ape.  Let’s just say it’s bad news for us humans as the former is running towards us and the latter is running away from us.  Please pass the popcorn… Continue reading

12.23-26.2011: Weekend Box Office – The $

Posted in Box Office, Film on 12/27/2011 by sharonwong

It was a Happy Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Festivus for the rest of us and Tom Cruise.  The actor and producer’s fourth M:I film, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, climbed Dubai’s Burj Khalifa and the four-day holiday weekend box office to #1 over five new films and two sequels. Continue reading

Hell in a Hand Basket

Posted in Uncategorized on 12/16/2011 by shaundaniels78

Here’s a teasers image for things to come for our friends at the Bureau for Paranormal Research & Defense

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Aztec Mummys, Messiahs and Witchblade…Must be Comic Book Quickies

Posted in Uncategorized on 12/16/2011 by shaundaniels78

Walking Dead Issue 2
Written by Robert Kirkman, Art by Charlie Adlard, Letters by Rus Wooton, Grey Scale & Cover Colors by Cliff Rathburn, Published by Image Comics.
Status quoes come and go in this titles like the character get bitten by walker.  This issue opens on a figure whom seems to be tracking the Rick and the crew.  This figure may or may not be a “Savior” but he will certainly open the eyes of Rick and his merry band of survivors.  Carl starts to rememeber more and more of the past, with somethings Rick wishes Carl wouldn’t remember.  The ending will give the readers and the survivors some hope provided it doesn’t end in a typical Walking Dead Fashion.
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