Dear Disney: Could you please make an Indiana Jones/Captain America crossover comic? Lately you’ve been buying up the rights to a lot of things that I like, such as Marvel, Star Wars and most recently Indiana Jones.
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Guess what boys and girls? We’ve seen The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and we have a few thoughts to present while the movie is still fresh in our minds. Don’t think of this as a review, per se, just a casual conversation.
In the last few days, it was announced that Gal Gadot has been cast to play Wonder Woman in the upcoming Superman/Batman film. For the first time since she first appeared in comics, Wonder Woman will be on the big screen.
Nintendo is very often viewed as being guilty of producing multiple rehashes and of generally recycling of gameplay. So I began to wonder – what might actually be a good way to showcase a classic character in a new, interesting way?
The moment that I realized the extent of DC Comics no longer understanding how to depict Superman was not in a movie theater. Nor was it reading a comic. It was in a Michael’s Arts & Crafts store looking for a poster frame.
Han Solo is a horrible human being. He was wholly deserving of his fate at the end of Empire and not worthy of his rescue in Jedi. Preparing for nerd rage in 3, 2, 1.