Release date: 24 January 2018
Friday, 11 November 2016 14:55
Welcome back to the weekly episodic breakdown of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow on ENR. Last week the entire perspective on this show changed and the DCTVU is never going to look the same. This week the team travels to 1987, visits their younger selves and learns in detail about the tides of change and how it applies to our time travel heroes…er legends. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 20 April 2014 09:59
Welcome, eXPress Legions to the counterpart to my 5 Disney Properties That Need To Be Movies column, Marvel of course included. Tit for tat, both sides of the coin I always try to be as fair as I can so it seems natural we do this one too. Time Warner, the parent company for Warner Brothers and DC Comics haves so many rights in so many fields to so many different properties there was the fortune of many to choose from - however there is SO many that it also made it incredibly difficult. After watching an advance copy of Son of Batman I decided I couldn’t review it spoiler free so I went to work on the properties list. So let’s get this monkey smoking… So when I compiled this list I tried to stick to a few things that would ensure the success of these properties as films, how they would most likely be adapted, whether a large audience would be viable I also wanted to not focus too heavily in one area, dividing it up among the different licenses genres and styles. Feel free to disagree with me on the Facebook page or Twitter. I am also going on record right here to say I want a Space Jam sequel. Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Monday, 08 April 2013 16:03
"Two of the four arrows have not reached the ground. When they do The Watchers will come for us." ...To Hell You Ride #1 If you are even a little familiar with my work then you know the admiration and respect I have for Lance Henriksen. I spent a weekend with him once in Salt Lake City and that work can be found HERE. He is a symbol of artistic integrity, a supreme dancer for the Muse and one of the wisest most well traveled men I have ever met. From runaway hitchhiking middle schooler to late blooming Shakespearean theater actor, from potter at the wheel to Bishop the android from the hit Alien franchise, from biographical author to comic writer Henriksen has obeyed the call of the Muse and worked his craft with the respect and passion of the old masters. What? Oh yeah, that last one? Comic writer? Oh you didn't know? It's true. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews