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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Another Review by a Actual FILM MAKER!



This is my heart about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Posted by Legends of the Knight on Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Show #Batfleck some respect!

Friday, 25 March 2016

Batman vs. Superman: Review by a Fan! not a so called Critic


I saw the movie Thursday night, and I will go see it again at least once more in the theatre. 

It was good.

 Critics are such jerks. They aren't providing a non-bias opinion, in my opinion and think that the people making the movie, on screen and behind the camera are lazy, and that they could do better! Well, all I can say is it must be nice to be prefect. I refer mostly to one review that called the movie " a complete and utter failure". Frickin' drama queen. 
Here's a link to the review, judge for yourself.
I would like to take on a couple of the points that bothered the reviewer, though.
1. " I still think this entire subplot was reverse engineered by the writers as a way to retroactively justify the end of Man of Steel"  I see it as a unique way of tying the two films together. Not that the writers were lazy, as the reviewer suggests. Also, David S Goyer was writer on both films. So one might assume that in talks with studios this was perhaps planned ahead (at least in the writer's mind).
2.  "Clark Kent is still struggling with the idea of whether or not he should even be a hero". This is what makes Superman such an identifiable character. Self-doubt. We all have it. Can I do better? Is this what I was meant to do? The age old question is asked again as to weather or not Clark should just give up, or is the struggle worth the reward. 
3. " It's established early on that Doomsday, an "unkillable" abomination, only gets more powerful every time he's attacked, so naturally, our three heroes just swing away at him for twenty minutes before someone has the bright idea that it isn't working and they need another way to bring him down." First off, "established early on", that's a bit of a stretch. Watch the movie again. It's established at the beginning of the conflict (fight scene), AND it's established to the audience, NOT the heroes. 
4. "Excessive dream sequence". Umm.... I only saw the movie once (so far) and I'm pretty sure there were only 2. SPOILER ALERT! ( the bleeding crypt, and the post-apocalyptic world) Correct me if I'm wrong.
5. "a metric ton of Justice League set-up"  Umm....dude, get back on your meds. Part of the purpose of this film was to set-up the JL! And a metric ton? Exaggerate much? The introduction to the members of the JL, apart from the Trinity, was maybe 7 minutes of screen time.

So those are my thoughts. Share yours. But, if you want a review by a guy who actually works in the movie industry, check it out below.



"BATMAN v SUPERMAN" spoiler free review-- In so many words, I liked it. I had a smile on my face through most of the...
Posted by Sandy Collora on Thursday, 24 March 2016
 

Sunday, 20 March 2016

Get Your Mind Blown with This Awesome Retro Sci-Fi Music Video

It's like Grindhouse without the gore and sci-fi that utilizes a classic muscle car chase scene. 

Entire BatmanvSuperman Soundtrack!

http://geektyrant.com/news/listen-to-the-entire-batman-v-superman-soundtrack-here
Now we can listen to the ENTIRE Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice soundtrack! In case the initial tracks you've already heard weren't any indication, the soundtrack is absolutely awesome. Listen to it in full with the YouTube playlist below courtesy of Watertower Records.

Saturday, 19 March 2016

Read DC's Promotional Prequel Comics to BATMAN VS SUPERMAN

Read DC's Promotional Prequel Comics to BATMAN VS SUPERMAN Right Here

Here are some panels to preview. Check out the link above for the complete series.
Cool.






Canadian Man Builds 60's Batmobile

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/rod-warkentin-builds-batmobile-manitoba-1.3496236

A Manitoba man spent the past two years building a replica of the 1966 Batmobile in his Batcave, err, workshop. The car will have its public debut this weekend at the World of Wheels car show in the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg. It all started when Rod Warkentin was 12 or 13 years old watching Adam West play Batman in the TV series."I always wanted to have that car. I thought the car was the coolest thing ever... Some 35, 40 years later, I got one," said Warkentin.
Check out the link above for video of the car.  




Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - Who Will Win?


Friday, 18 March 2016

A dawn of justice for Bill Finger

 
For the first time in a movie about the Dark Knight, Bill Finger will finally get the recognition he deserves for bringing the character to life.
“It’s unprecedented in the 80-year history of the superhero that they amend the credit line of an A-list character,” says Marc Tyler Nobleman, author of Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman, a Finger biography. “If anyone deserves justice, it’s the guy who created our biggest crusader for justice.”
 
Panel from Bill the Wonder Boy: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman
(Ty Templeton/Charlesbridge Publishing)

Hulk vs. Trump

Can I get an Amen?!


Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Watch: BATMAN AND ROBIN Recut Christopher Nolan-Style


Batman and Robin is the agreed-upon low point of the Batman film franchise, but Joel Schumacher's garish sequel at least looks palatable thanks to a re-cut trailer from YouTuber The Unusual Suspect. He uses the score from The Dark Knight and minimizes Schwarzenegger's terrible puns (I'm sure it was a Herculean task to find moments of the movie in which he isn't making a godawful pun), and the result is...well, OK.

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Thursday, 10 March 2016

10 Most Expensive Comic Books Ever Sold

http://www.comicbookresources.com/article/what-are-the-most-expensive-comic-books-ever-sold
 Heritage Auctions auctioned off a Certified Guaranty Company (CGC) graded 9.4 copy of "Amazing Fantasy" #15 at their Comics and Comic Art Signature sale in Dallas. As one of the highest-graded copies of Spider-Man's first appearance ever to be sold at public auction, it was expected to fetch a high price. In fact, it set a record, selling for $454,100. That's the most ever paid for a Spider-Man comic at public auction.
 To commemorate the sale, CBR compared it to the current record for a copy of "Amazing Fantasy" #15 as well as other notable comic books. Here is a list of the ten most expensive comic book sales of all-time


Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Do you know the secret hidden meaning of the Bat symbol?


Do you know the secret hidden meaning of the Bat symbol?
Posted by RadioBastard on Wednesday, 9 March 2016

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