Archive for February, 2012

Slashers and Daddy…It Must Be Comic Book Quickies!!!!!

Posted in Comic, Comic News on 02/28/2012 by shaundaniels78

Quickies by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Here’s two books coming out this Wednesday, February 29th 2012 that you should check out.

Hack/Slash issue 13

Written by Tim Seeley, Art by Emilio Laiso, Colors by Carlos Badilla, Letters by Crank!, Cover A by Tim Seeley & Allen Passalaqua, Cover B by Ben Templesmith and Published by Image Comics.

Everyone knows that curiosity killed the cat, and in Hack/Slash #13, it almost gets Cat Curio killed.  The cure for Slashers that the gang has been seeking for Samhain could come at a cost to the team of Hack/Slash.  Meanwhile, Cassie and Samhain break the golden rule of Slasher stories, and someone must always pays for breaking that golden rule.  Emilio Laiso turns in an amazingly rendered book, managing to capture emotion in the beautifully illustrated eyes of the characters.  Plus, check out the amazing Cover B turned in by Fright Channel favorite, Ben Templesmith.  Of course, this book has one thing over any other book being published by Gorillaconda.

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Win Tickets To Godzilla Kaiju Battle 2012!!!!!!!

Posted in Uncategorized on 02/28/2012 by shaundaniels78

Win Free Tickets to Godzilla Kaiju Battle 2012 put on by It Came From Schenectady  the Proctors 432 State Street Schenectady, NY 12305.  TO ENTER:  follow the Fright Channel on Twitter or friend/like the Fright Channel & It Came From Schenectady on Facebook.
If you already Follow or are Friends/Like either The Fright Channel or It Came From Schenectady, retweet or share @FrightChannel the following tweet “Win free tickets to the Kajui Monster marathon in Schenectady NY 3/2/12 Just follow/friend us & ICFS at http://tinyurl.com/7rcfvzk & RT to enter” to enter.  Winner s will be chosen at random on Thursday March 1st by noon EST.  Many will enter, few will win. Continue reading

Doctor Who Digital Sale!!!!!!

Posted in Uncategorized on 02/28/2012 by shaundaniels78

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02.17-19.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Posted in Box Office, Film on 02/21/2012 by sharonwong

Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds broke into the weekend box office with Safe House at #1 with $27.542 million while Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams wowed in The Vow at #2 with $26.64 million for President’s Day weekend.  Fellow box office veteran Journey 2: The Mysterious Island joined the flip-flopping #1 and #2 (see 02.10-12.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $) in the same #3 spot from the previous week with $25.934 million, only an amazing 5.1% decrease.  The family adventure sequel added 30 theaters to 3,500 theaters and bested Journey to the Center of the Earth by more than $15.5 million in its second weekend.  Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, #5 spy vs. spy romantic comedy This Means War ($20.006 million) and #8 Studio Ghibli-anime The Secret World of Arrietty ($8.684 million) all debuted the holiday weekend. Continue reading

A Lobster, an Albino and a Steampunk Walk into a Bar…

Posted in Comic, Comic News on 02/19/2012 by shaundaniels78

Review by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Dark Horse Presents #9  Written by Paul Pope, Neal Adams, Brian Wood, Mike Mignola, M. J. Butler, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Steve Horton, Andrew Vachss and Tony Puryear.  Art by Paul Pope, Neal Adams, Michael Dialynas, Kristian Donaldson, Joe Querio, Mark Wheatley, Thomas Yeates, Steve Lieber, Geof Darrow and Tony Puryear.  Covers by Mike Mignola and Thomas Yeates.  Published by Dark Horse Comics.

The last issue of Dark Horse Presents started off with a bang with the Mignola property of Hellboy, so why not go two for two and do the same with issue #9.  Instead of the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense (B.P.R.D.), it’s a Lobster Johnson tale leading off.  The issue also boasts the continuation of the The Massive, a steampunk sea shanty in Amala’s Blade and Alabaster: Wolves, about an albino demon killer.  DHP is quickly becoming a showcase for very interesting stories at Dark Horse, or possibly just a home for stories that otherwise would not have a book. Continue reading

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