Comic Books are full of teenagers getting great powers and having to deal with this responsibly, while choosing to try to change or save the world. But who has been the best at this, and who has had the biggest impact upon the comic book world- well lets take a look. Continue reading
This weeks television has been great- topped off by a wonderful episode of Powers on the PSN while also showcasing a brilliant episode of The Flash. Along side this we saw the launch of Mark Millars Chrononauts, and the return of a fan favourite to the story job on Amazing Spider-Man. Hers my breakdown of the weeks best bits. Continue reading
This week saw the largest sporting event in the world take place- with the Superbowl emanating from Arizona and delivering a good match-up between two very strong teams. This week also featured a forced change to the regular format of Raw, due to a snow blizzard and the a creepy back story of sorts for the Joker. So here are my Short Thoughts on the big moments of the week in geek culture. Continue reading
The Flash has been one of the top Comic Book based shows on television immediately since its debut, as it seemed to hit the ground running (pun intended) and knew that it had to be a fun, lively and colourful show that didn’t take itself to seriously. And after the mid-season final now we have a trailer for its return next week. Continue reading
Here are my thoughts on everything I’ve checked out over the last week, and with it being a slow week for television its a even shorter set of 5minute reviews. Enjoy.
This is a new weekly article from me that will focus on everything I’ve enjoyed for the week in Television, Film, Comics and Gaming with a short 5minute review of my take on each item. So here’s my first Short Thoughts.
So earlier on this week, I produced a piece around upcoming comic shows based on properties that may have been new to some of the readers and viewers out there- well this time its the turn of the big boys/well known properties. Most of the shows listed here, are from the two big companies (DC & Marvel) and the characters should be recognisable to even the smallest of comic book fans. But that doesnt mean these can be the next big comic book property to hit the small screen- so lets take a look at what we have….. Continue reading