Archive for March, 2012

Chains, Zombies & More Zombies…It Must Be Comic Book Quickies!

Posted in Comic on 03/29/2012 by shaundaniels78

Written by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Bloodstrike Issue 26

Written by Tim Seeley, Art by Franchesco Gaston, Covers by Tim Seeley & Carlos Badilla and Rob Liefeld and Published by Image Comics. Retail Price $2.99

Talk about waiting a long time between issues!  Joking aside, this re-launch of the undead black ops superhero uses the same numbering system as the original series.  Cabbot Stone is America’s number one anti-terrorist weapon who happens to be dead, or at least undead.  This go-around, Stone’s world is unraveling when he loses his grip on reality all while fighting hordes upon hordes of zombie cyborgs.  Seeley and Gaston weave a horrific and bloody action-packed story that will have you wondering if Stone’s current mission will be his last. Continue reading


Dark Horse Comics Panel Schedule Emerald City CC 2012

Posted in Uncategorized on 03/29/2012 by shaundaniels78

Heading out to Emerald City Comic Con check out Dark Horse Comics Panels.

Friday • March 30th

 ECCC Spotlight Series: Brian Wood
  Room: 211
Time: 3:00 – 4:00

The Emerald City Comicon Spotlight Series is designed to give you an intimate look into the minds of some of comics greatest creators. This hour, join creator Brian Wood as he talks about his work on Conan, DMZ, Northlanders and many others.





Falling Skies Screening and Q&A
  Room: 4C1-2
Time: 3:00 – 4:00

TNT’s epic drama Falling Skies makes its debut appearance at Emerald City Comicon this year. Watch a never-before-seen clip from the season 2 premiere episode and hear from the show’s actors and producers about the new season. Falling Skies, basic cable’s #1 new series of 2011, is set to return this June to continue its extraordinary story about life and survival in the wake of a catastrophic alien invasion. Noah Wyle (ER) stars as Tom Mason, a former college professor and father of three, who has become an unlikely leader for the 2nd Massachusetts civilian resistance group. The series chronicles the chaotic aftermath of an alien attack that has left most of the world completely incapacitated. Falling Skies comes to TNT from DreamWorks Television and is executive-produced by Steven Spielberg, DreamWorks Television heads Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank. Remi Aubuchon and Greg Beeman also serve as executive producers. Continue reading

A Wicked Pissah of an Issue of Angel and Faith

Posted in Comic on 03/28/2012 by shaundaniels78

Review by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Angel and Faith Issue 8

Written by Christos Gage, Art by Rebekah Isaacs, Colors by Dan Jackson, Letters by Richard Starkings & Comicraft‘s Jimmy Betancourt, Covers by Steve Morris & Rebekah Isaacs with Dan Jackson and Published by Dark Horse Comics. Retail Price $2.99

If you didn’t have daddy issues to begin with then by the conclusion of issue 8, you will.  Faith’s reunion with dear old dad is cut short when his true intentions become clear.  The book is filled with one bad decision after another, culminating into one extremely bad decision.  Faith attempts to fix her problems but being that this is the Buffyverse, things go from bad to Hellmouth very quickly.  Issue 8 ends on a moment that will have you yelling, “NOOOOO!!!!!” at your comic book. Continue reading

Terry Moore Making Waves For Wednesday

Posted in Comic News on 03/27/2012 by shaundaniels78

Written by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

This Wednesday, Terry Moore will be releasing the first collection of his new ongoing series Rachel Rising.  Titled Rachel Rising: The Shadow of Death, the book includes the series’ first six issues.  It follows the life/death (or something of a hybrid of the two) of Rachel as she plays a part in a larger story that dates back to the time of the witch trials.  Moore is trying his hand at horror and is having a good go of it so far.  If you haven’t caught on with the series, this is your chance to jump on board.  On Wednesday, pull a copy off the comic book shelf or if you don’t make it out to one then you are in luck as Rachel Rising is being released digitally through ComiXology, same day and date.  All six separate issues are also available with issue 1 a whopping $.99 and subsequent back issues at only $1.99 each.  The current issue is $3.99. Continue reading

03.23-25.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Posted in Box Office, Film on 03/26/2012 by sharonwong

The hungry joined the starving when audiences fought and survived #1 The Hunger Games with Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss and the tributes of the twelve Districts of Panem to dispatch the weekend box office at $152.535 million.  The first film of the dystopian trilogy (the sequel, Catching Fire, is set to be released November 2013) broke both personal and box office records; the sci-fi action/drama was the highest-opening and grossing movie for studio and distributor Lionsgate.  Director Gary Ross’ The Hunger Games premiered with the highest opening of 2012, more than double that of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax‘s $70.217 million, and is the third biggest opening of all time behind Harry Potter and the Death Hallows Part 2 ($169.189 million) and The Dark Knight ($158.411 million).  Katniss, Peeta and Gale attracted 61% women and 39% men, and grossed $59.25 million in limited foreign release. Continue reading

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