Friday, August 22, 2014

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Classics Volume 4 (Comic Book Review)

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Classics Volume 4 combines several key issues from the Dynamo, NoMan, Menthor and other heroes from the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents. These classic comics from the golden age of the 1960s and don't include some of the famous superheroes we all know and love today. Comic books have changed drastically over the last 50 years, but there is still something special about reading aged comics so many years later that fills a reader with both feelings of excitement and nostalgia. Only readers that have a deep appreciation for comic book roots will likely enjoy the release to its full potential, but there are some good stories in the 200 pages that still remain entertaining and relevant in the modern age of comics.

G.I. Joe: America's Elite Disavowed: Volume 4 (Comic Book Review)

G.I. Joe: America's Elite Disavowed: Volume 4 is a new release for the G.I. Joe: America's Elite series and contains issues #19-24 of the series.. The action in the comics revolves primarily around the Cobra elite warrior known as the Baroness. Though the star of the comics happens to be a bad guy, that doesn't keep readers from being able to root for the protagonist with strong character development that makes the Baroness feel like a real person rather than a comic character. G.I. Joe is one of the more popular comic franchises around, and G.I. Joe: America's Elite Disavowed: Volume 4 is yet another solid entry for the series.


Ghostbusters Volume 8 (Comic Book Review)

Ghostbusters Volume 8 is a new release from IDW Publishing that combines issues #13-16 of the popular Ghostbusters comic series. Fans of the will be excited with the new release that offers a lot of content for a bargain price, and the book has some bonus content not previously made available in the original releases of these issues back in 2013. The Ghostbusters comic series takes heavy inspiration from the classic cartoon series and films to make a hilarious read that fans of all ages can pick up and instantly enjoy.

Danger Girl: Back in Black (Comic Book Review)

Danger Girl: Back in Black is a new release for the Danger Girl franchise that first appeared back in the 1990s. The new collection features several short stories combined to make a narrative of over 100 pages. The story follows the series stars Abbey Chase and Sydney Savage on a mission to infiltrate an all women biker gang and recover a stolen Native American artifact. The story is fun and ripe with humor, and though the writing style won't be every readers favorite, is still worth the purchase for fans of the franchise.


Exclusive Interview: Tracey Birdsall Discusses New Films Dawn of the Crescent Moon, Do You Like Your Balls? and More

Tracey Birdsall was recently named the winner of the prestigious 2014 Maverick Award from the 10th Annual Action On Film International Film Festival. The star of screens small and big is being honored for her many years of contribution to entertainment, specifically in the realm of independent film. We speak to Tracey about her exciting journey. Read on.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Art of John Alvin (Book Review)

The Art of John Alvin is a new release from Titan Books that takes a look back at the famous art and movie posters crafted by one of the greatest media artists that ever lived, John Alvin. The book is great to look at for the fantastic art it features in full color on the glossy pages of the book, but it's the special tidbits of information scattered around the book that makes the read so special. Most readers are already fans of John Alvin, but they just might not know it yet. The artist colored some of the most famous artworks and movie posters from the last several decades including the Star Wars series, E.T. and more.
 

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