This week on The Pull, Spider-Verse rages on, a new Marvel Cinematic Universe friendly Ant-Man series begins, Iron Fist takes a beautiful journey through hell, and Batman captures the Riddler. Read after the jump to get my thoughts on 2015’s first week of comics that caught my attention. Remember to comment and leave your own thoughts on this week’s comics or suggests books that I should be reading.
Sony apparently had the “smart” idea of teaming up with Shazam, the mobile app that tells you the artist and title of a song, to bring a true end credits scene to Amazing Spider-Man 2; releasing this Friday.
I’m not one to support pulling out a phone during a movie but the fine people at ComingSoon had a truly smart idea.
Swing past the jump to find out what I’m talking about.
Good morning, everyone! Come on down to a brand new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast. This week; Danny and Ricky talk about a few things from CES, new game announcements, new comics that are coming soon, and we also forget to talk about the Game of Thrones trailer for Season 4.
Time to get ready for that big meal later this week with a new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast. This week; Danny and Ricky talk about the release of the Xbox One, comic book news, rumors of TV shows/movies, and so much more.
A little while back, I had a conversation with some friends about comic book movies. It stemmed from Iron Man airing on TV; which led to someone mentioning how much they disliked Pepper’s portrayal in Iron Man 3 as the “damsel in distress” until the climax of the film. They argued that the movie fails to optimize her character in lieu of a trope, but let’s put aside the fact that Pepper has almost always been an ancillary character.
The conversation then moved on to “Why are there no comic book movies featuring a female heroes?”
Where am I going with this? Well, with recent news that Katee Sackhoff may play a major role in an upcoming Marvel Studios film (which is hopefully as Captain Marvel); I thought I would give my thoughts as why there have been no successful comic book movies featuring a female hero and how the sales of toys and success of Batman hinders a movie coming out.
Fly past the jump to read what I have to say. [Warning: I’m going to be wordy.]
Time for another episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast; but this time without it being a special episode. We’re back talking about the weekly nerdy news including RDJ and his role as Tony Stark, the announcements of new comics and the end of a mini-series, not to mention a couple of movies that came out over the weekend.
Good morning world! Did you get everything you wanted for Christmas? If not, sorry about that but I have a few ideas to fill the void. How am I going to do that? By recommending $30 worth of nerdy entertainment in our weekly Cheap Date.
Head past the jump to find out what I say you should pick up.
The days of Christmas are creeping closer and closer. You have spent a lot of money on presents for others, but what about yourself? How about you treat yourself to a nerdy Cheap Date with lots of fun entertainment. Like always, we will keep you to a budget of no more than $30.
Hit the jump to read my recommendations.
Happy Thanksgiving this week people! I hope everyone have some fun and filling plans this week, but if you need some inspiration on what to entertain yourself with then you came to the right place. This is Cheap Date, where I will recommend no more than $30 worth of nerdy entertainment to fill your weekly quota.
Hit the jump for my weekly recommendations.