Pompster

Pompster

Name: Steve Morey

Bio: Egotist, blather and idiot(?)Can be found to rock at: <a href="http://www.myspace.com/blackmoranis">www.myspace.com/blackmoranis</a>  Very occasionaly blogger @ http://pomposityincorporated.blogspot.com/ Twitterer @pompster

Twitter:


Reviews

I cannot believe how bad this was, I really cant. The story didn’t even make sense. I kept going backwards…

Read full review and comments
Pompster's Recent Comments
April 6, 2017 5:00 pm Oh and neither this or the original was subtitled in the UK. It was only ever added for the Us market I'm afraid.
April 6, 2017 4:59 pm Even not either. I'm a pillock.
April 6, 2017 4:58 pm It's a wonderful film. I was planning to watch the original again before going but didn't get around to it. And I am so glad I didn't. For a film about memory to be filtered through my 20 year old memory in that way made for an either more marvellous experience. Nostalgia but updated, memory vs experience it really is the best film I'll see all year. If I see a better one I'll be doing well.
November 3, 2014 10:12 am I completely misread this and thought that you'd made a film. I might have to have a lie down.
June 11, 2014 4:59 am There's quiet a history of British comics featuring sport. Along with Roy of the Rovers there was Billy's Boots, Hotshot MacHamish (all footie). 2000AD had lots of Future sports stories (not the same thing I know) Inferno, Harlem Heroes & Mean Machine.
February 25, 2014 5:59 am Thank you Ilash. I wasn't sure if the unwritten was ending or this was just an ongoing reboot. I did speak to Al Davidson last year (he did some finishes for Peter Gross) and he seemed to think that it wouldn't even get this far. So I'm glad that the story seems to be getting a proper end. I felt the same about the fables crossover; It really felt like a last ditch attempt to get the numbers up.
October 31, 2013 12:58 pm I shall probably give Velvet and Pretty Deadly a couple more issues, but I'm not fully on board yet. As for hairstyles I;m still too traumatised by Superman's mullet to think about the whole subject.
October 31, 2013 12:38 pm @cskilpatrick, Just seen your reply, thanks dude. This last week he's decided to start writing and drawing his own Batman comics.
October 14, 2013 5:34 am You don't have to be old to enjoy Batman '66. My 4 year old son found my paper copy and started looking through it. He now has a order at my LCS for it. Just like the TV show was for me, he doesn't seem the campy silliness, he sees exciting adventures that he can act out. Unfortunately my2 year old daughter thinks her name has been changed to Robin. We're reading together in print, as this gives him something to hold and refer back to when he's playing (I'm not letting him near my laptop); so we're a bit behind. I need this to stay nice and all ages. It's refreshing to see (so far) that these stories have managed to be action packed but keep the fighting to a minimum.