Daily Archives April 5, 2019

Tim Seeley Discusses Bloodshot, The Industry, and #WhoWouldWin

Tim Seeley Discusses Bloodshot, the industry, and #WhoWouldWin I had the pleasure of interviewing legendary comic book writer and artist Tim Seeley at Chicago’s C2E2 2019 event. His credits include the groundbreaking (at least in my opinion) Hack/Slash, G.I. Joe vs Transformers, and Revival. He’s also the writer of one of my all time favorite titles, ‘Loaded Bible’ which tells the all too familiar tale of Jesus coming back in a post apocalyptic world in order to fight the vampire overlords who control it. You know…the usual type of Jesus story.   In this interview Tim Seeley discusses the staying
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iZombie Releases Teaser Ahead of Final Season: “Make It Brain One Last Time”

iZombie is probably a show that you’ve looked over because the name sounded a little odd to you. Or maybe the premise, even though you could make comparisons to Warm Bodies or Santa Clarita Diet – if you like both, you would like iZombie. This CW show stars Rose McIver as Liv Moore (yes, pun intended) whose seemingly perfect life all goes to pieces after being infected with the zombie virus and thus becoming a zombie. The show, throughout the seasons; has touched upon social issues, has had some hard-hitting moments, and generally is a lot of fun as Liv
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Comic Review: Marvel Legacy: Loki Sorcerer Supreme (Complete Story)

Doctor Strange is known throughout the multiverse as a great many things. Protector of the Earth realm, Master of the Mystic Arts and last but certainly not least; Sorcerer Supreme. At least, he used to be. The story of how the God of mischief became the Sorcerer Supreme is told throughout Doctor Strange issues #381-#385 in Loki: Sorcerer Supreme. The story follows on from the earlier issues of Doctor Strange involving the  Empirikul and from the Secret Empire storyline but is for the most part completely understandable as its own Stand-alone story. And, its a damn good one. Story Loki:
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A Spoiler-Free Review of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary (2019)

“It’s probably wrong to believe there can be any limit to the horror which the human mind can experience. On the contrary, it seems that some exponential effect begins to obtain as deeper and deeper darkness falls – as little as one may like to admit it, human experience tends, in a good many ways, to support the idea that when the nightmare grows black enough, horror spawns horror, one coincidental evil begets another, often more deliberate evils, until finally blackness seems to cover everything. And the most terrifying question of all may be just how much horror the human
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