I have no patience for conspiracy theories. The idea that vast, secret groups of powerful people are behind all manner of actions and tricks doesn’t work for me at all.
So, it may come as no surprise that I don’t put much stock into the idea we never landed on the moon.
Well, someone made a movie, a comedy, about it. It’s set for a January release about the guys who faked the moonlanding, with or without the help of Stanley Kubrick. So, yeah, January ain’t a promising time, but you may have wondered what a movie with Ron Weasley and Hellboy would be like, so it has that going for it. Trailer after the cut.
Doug Jones would be proud of cosplayer Gothic Sushi as she recreates her version of Abe Sapien from Hell Boy. We particularly love the way she reimagined the eyes, hair, and coloring. Check out more stunning photos after the break:
Sometimes you want to be a Sith. Sometimes you want to be from Hell. And Sometimes you want both, especially if you’re Luis Projects… Say hello to Darth Maul HellBoy. Fear not for your soul, for there are more Photos by James Rulison after the break.
This week on the podcast, the guys and Jenny did battle over various things, but I don’t want to cover that.
No, I want to cover their reaction to Armada, a book Jenny didn’t finish and Watson hated. Now, I reviewed the book myself, and while I didn’t hate it, I likewise didn’t really enjoy it either. It was perfectly meh, neither here nor there. I’ve read bad books. Armada was not a bad book.
But I probably took a little heat for not enjoying Ernie Cline’s first novel, Ready Player One, as much as the others did, in part due to my nostalgia distaste. Now, I want to expand on some points that Watson made in the podcast and a minor one I made on my review after the cut.
Gabbing Geek 51, Battle Lines, is so contentious you’ll think it was a presidential debate where every single candidate is Donald Trump. We talk about corporate wars at Marvel, the latest salvo in the battle of the video streaming giants, our epic Geek Book Club discussion of Armada, and our latest game: Battle Royale. You can start listening to this amazing, ferocious episode right now or jump after the break to find out more!
For years, Marvel couldn’t get a movie off the ground and DC owned the big screen with Superman and Batman. Eventually, Marvel caught and passed DC; which will try to return to the pinnacle with Batsoup. Today we take a look at the superhero films that excelled despite not having the built in advantage of the DC/Marvel banner. And as a Gabbing Geek bonus, we’ll also tell you where the film’s characters would best fit if you shoehorned it into the DC or Marvel comicverse. Cuz we’re awesome like that. Continue reading Best Superhero Movies That Are NOT DC/Marvel Universe