PymSlap

PymSlap

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Hawkeye_11

RUFF. RUFF. RUFF. This book was published last month. Can you believe I found a copy this week? Issue 11…

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The Superior Spider-Man_8

This book is filled with Science Heroes, and I loved it. Dan Slott is writing a funny body-swap story between…

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I found this confounding, despite having read the “World’s Greatest” story where Millar introduced Nu-Earth. Learn to tell a story,…

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PymSlap's Recent Comments
February 12, 2017 3:39 pm Dan Stevens is magnetic in THE GUEST. As David, he charms the family of a fallen service man while harboring dark secrets. Lance Reddick plays a man from David's past. The film was written and directed by Simon Barret and Adam Wingard. For almost ten years, those two have worked on a lot of horror films that I've loved. THE GUEST works as an action film. David is pitted against teenager Anna, and the duel between them escalates to the point that I was reminded of James Cameron pitting Sarah Conner against the Terminator. I also heard Steven's character compared to Captain America gone bad.
December 29, 2016 1:45 am I enjoyed watching Anton Yelchin and Imogen Poots together in GREEN ROOM and FRIGHT NIGHT. Did they do any other films together?
November 11, 2016 1:46 am Did they write in any of Stan Lee's silly decrees for Strange like "by the hoary hosts of Hoggoth"? I'm not sure if those arcane expressions are a trademark of the character, but I found him a little staid without them. The film wasn't what I expected. With Derrickson as director, I was sure it'd be a supernatural thriller. I saw an appearance of the marvelous "Staff of One" from Brian K. Vaughan's "Runaways" in one scene where the Ancient One's students arm themselves against the villains. Maybe Marvel will integrate more from "Runaways" in "Spider-Man: Homecoming."
August 25, 2016 2:55 am I can't wait to read "Batman: The Killing Joke" - Noir Edition. I ordered it after this podcast finished.
August 14, 2016 6:56 pm I admire the design detail of stamping the word 'PRIVATE' onto a shut door in the diner in All-Star Batman. The people that dwell there have secrets.
May 8, 2016 4:48 pm Do you think a new hero will assume the mantle of Captain America? The movie didn't end in a way whereby Winter Soldier was in a position to be "Bucky-Cap." Nor is it a likely persona change for Sam Wilson, either, but there was a maneuver Falcon pulled when he folded his wings in front of himself to stop a barrage of bullets that made be wish he'd be given the red, white, and blue shield. In this movie, his drone weapon nicknamed Red Wing looked a lot like Skeets from Booster Gold.
April 3, 2016 6:44 pm Did Ron lift the embargo on discussing the Mets? They're about to play the Royals again.
March 27, 2016 6:13 pm I liked J.J. Abrams' "10 Cloverfield Lane." It reminded me of "Psycho."
February 14, 2016 3:28 am You can bet your bags and boards, in a movie this violent someone will be run through with a length of rebar.
January 5, 2016 12:29 am I see our greatest actor, Michael Stuhlbarg, will play Doctor Strange's antagonist, Nicodemus West, in the feel-strange-movie-of-Christmas "Doctor Strange." I only know this character because iFanboy hipped me to the Marcos Martin/Brian K. Vaughan comic book "The Oath." I tried to make a list of my favorite TV shows from 2015, but it was just too long. I sure dig "House of Cards." It really feels Fincher-y. And "Documentary Now," "Rick and Morty," "Nathan for You," "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Louie" were all really off beat and funny. I thought "Sense8" was really fearless, and I marveled at the global diversity of its cast and shooting locations. Happy New Year!