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Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:05
It's been a long while since I have sat in front of my keyboard and did this and all I can say is spell check is wonderful. Enough of that though. It is well documented (by me), that I am not what anyone would call a gamer. For the most part I am satisfied with Mario Kart and the like. Read more...
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Thursday, 22 September 2016 17:45
It’s back! Yup AoS season 4 has begun and it begins with a roar! Last season was touch and go, with a lot of side plots and stuff going on, and it seems this season is a bit of back to basics with Coulson and his team. With a few kinks. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Monday, 23 February 2015 09:02
Savage_Hulk_Vol_1_1_TextlessA few weeks ago, I started the countdown to the release of The Avengers: The Age of Ultron with a review on Iron Man (Vol. 1) No. 300 as an attempt to give Avengers member Iron Man his review feature spotlight at ENR. Yes, I had lots of fun doing that review while attempting to get readers excited about the upcoming Marvel Studios film, and as the countdown to the movie itself continues, I decide to give another Avengers member his review spotlight at ENR. This time, we focus our attention on another favorite of mine: the green friendly lonely giant we come to know as the Hulk. Although I never usually read a Hulk-centric comic book stories, Hulk was a kind of Marvel character I can never resist seeing on film and television, and I guess what makes the character so appealing for long (both in comic book medium and outside it) are not only his battles with superpowered tyrants, but also his struggles to find happiness in a world dominated by humans who fear him despite his desire to find a cure for his transformation and being an Avenger himself. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Sunday, 30 March 2014 14:30
marvels-agents-of-shield-the-magical-placeWarning! This column MAY contain spoilers! So If you are behind on episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or are waiting for DVD, you may wanna stay clear! Don't say we didn't warn ya! “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. sucks!” This is what I keep hearing from my fellow fans of comics and comic book movies. And to be honest...I’m pretty sick of it. Sure, the first TV show taking place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has gotten off to a rocky start, ratings wise. But I actually think the show is not so bad...and compared to half the stuff on network TV? It’s a pretty good show! The real problem is well...we’ve been spoiled. Spoiled by EPIC Marvel movies with HUGE budgets and phenomenal cable television like Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad. S.H.I.E.L.D. is JUST an ABC show and for us to want a mini-Iron Man movie every week out of a show about spies is absolutely ridiculous. After all, the show is based on the Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. comics from the 60’s, and I’ve read a few of them...you’d be lucky if Tony Stark was to peek his head into a panel in those comics. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 09:51
Marvel Animation Finally Scores a Win with New Direct-to-Video Feature *SPOILERS AHEAD* d 6Since 1992 there has been a universal truth in superheroes – Marvel makes great live action and less than stellar cartoons, DC makes stellar cartoons and less than stellar live action films. Now though it looks like Marvel has finally found its animated voice (some would say DC found their live action voice with Nolan and Snyder’s DCU as well). That voice is an unapologetic tone for being garishly dressed superheroes in absurd conflicts with over the top villains. To wit – they have refused to devalue the genre by inserting realism. In fact this adventure is as fantastic and unreal as the comics that originally inspired them. Iron Man and Hulk: Heroes United (slated for release December 3rd) is an anomaly as far as superhero cartoons go in that it is essentially pure character essence oozing through each scene. As usual Disney/Marvel KNOWS who their characters are and how they behave. This always gives them the best of weapons. Characterization has become their strength.   Read more...
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