Shazam movie will be super light hearted

Shazam movie will be super light hearted

The director of the Shazam movie says the upcoming film will be light hearted. In a recent interview with the recently announced director of the Shazam movie, David F. Sandberg, says that he’ll be focusing on a more light hearted film. Sandberg, best known for his horror movie work, such as the recent Annabelle: Creation. With the recent success of Wonder Woman and the lighter tone of the Justice League trailer, it makes sense that…

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REVIEW: Star Wars: Blood Ties – Boba Fett Is Dead

REVIEW: Star Wars: Blood Ties – Boba Fett Is Dead

I’ve been on a pretty big Star Wars kick lately due to the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. So to satiate my hunger for more Star Wars stories, I looked over my book collection once again and decided to reread Star Wars: Blood Ties – Boba Fett Is Dead. Written by Tom Taylor and drawn by Chris Scalf, Star Wars: Blood Ties – Boba Fett Is Dead is a short four-issue story that is apparently part of a…

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ADVANCE REVIEW: Monster World #1 Lights, Camera, Action!

ADVANCE REVIEW: Monster World #1 Lights, Camera, Action!

Since the creation of motion picture over a century ago, countless filmmakers have used this medium to bring their imaginations to life. While fun to see, film is still ultimately an illusion. But what if there was more to it than just a little bit of movie magic? What if those creatures and monsters on the screen were more than just props and costumes? Monster World by American Gothic Press can help answer those questions for you. Written by…

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REVIEW: Star Wars: Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir

REVIEW: Star Wars: Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir

With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens just weeks away, I’ve been preparing by rewatching all of the movies, viewing the TV shows, and reading some of the comic books. Since most of the Expanded Universe is no longer canon, most of the books that I have are made up of stories that no longer take place in the same universe as the films. So instead of reading the non-canon books or the very few Marvel Star…

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REVIEW: Welcome Back #2

REVIEW: Welcome Back #2

Welcome Back #2 by writer Christopher Sebela and artist Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, continues from where the last issue ended with Mali starting to awaken and regain all of the memories that she acquired from her previous incarnations. Now that she is aware of the century spanning unending war that is going on around her, Mali goes on the run to rejoin her ancient order with some help from her step-dad who was reincarnated as a little girl, while…

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REVIEW: Back to the Future #1

REVIEW: Back to the Future #1

With the thirtieth anniversary of the Back to the Future trilogy and the passing of Back to the Future day (10/21/15 the date that they traveled to in Back to the Future Part II), IDW comics has decided to celebrate the occasion by releasing their newest comic series based on the beloved films. Back to the Future #1 by IDW delivers two standalone flashback stories done by Bob Gale, the writer of the Back to…

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ADVANCE REVIEW: Project Nemesis #1

ADVANCE REVIEW: Project Nemesis #1

Writer: Jeremy Robinson Artist: Matt Frank American Gothic Press $3.99 Ever since creatures like Godzilla and King Kong first appeared in cinema decades ago, we have been enthralled with giant monster stories. Since then, countless massive monster movies, books, games, and comics have appeared in the world and now Project Nemesis has joined the ranks of these giant tales.  Project Nemesis #1 is the first part of in a six-issue adaptation of the bestselling novel by Jeremy Robinson, with art by Matt Frank, that is part of American Gothic Press’s…

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REVIEW: Broken Moon #1 Let the Monster Mash Begin!

REVIEW: Broken Moon #1 Let the Monster Mash Begin!

Throughout the centuries, we have been fascinated with monsters and what would happen if they really did exist especially when it comes to vampires and werewolves. The two most iconic, recognizable, and the deadliest of creatures of the night known to man. For years, there have been countless stories featuring theses two groups of monsters doing battle against one another and now we have another one to add to the list with American Gothic Press’s Broken Moon….

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REVIEW: Welcome Back #1

REVIEW: Welcome Back #1

Writer: Christopher Sebela Artist: Jonathan Brandon Sawyer BOOM! Studios $3.50   What happens when you mix Highlander, Assassins Creed, and any slice of life story? You get BOOM! Studio’s newest series, Welcome Back. Welcome Back by writer Christopher Sebela and artist Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, centers on Mali Quinn, a troubled 26-year-old woman who is just out of college, has little money, no job, suffers depression, has relationship trouble, is being stalked, is harassed constantly by “fanboys” of her deceased stepdad who was a serial…

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BOOKSHELF BUILDING – Ant-Man Vol. 1: Second-Chance Man

BOOKSHELF BUILDING – Ant-Man Vol. 1: Second-Chance Man

With the release of Marvel Studio’s newest film Ant-Man, it’s not all that surprising that the company would make a new comic series for the title character himself. So was this a simple cash-in on an upcoming film, or, was it an entertaining story? Ant-Man Vol. 1: Second-Chance Man by writer Nick Spencer and artist Ramon Rosanas, covers the first five issues of the series so far. The story follows the second Ant-Man Scott Lang, as he…

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