TeleCarlos

TeleCarlos

Name: Carlos Riollano

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    September 1, 2013 4:56 pm What can I say... A big thank you to all involved on your labor of love, for the arts, the medium and to your community throughout all these years. Been a listener as a newbie to comics for close to ten years and learned so much about all this comics stuff from you. You were and still are my teachers on this hobby that I pick up in my adult hood. You were my only "friends" in this hobby. I may have been a quiet member buy nonetheless a very appreciative one. I still read and enjoy your podcasts even though I have stopped buying comics for a while, save the occasional trade and hardcover. I want to wish you all the best in the future and glad I will still hear you every week. Please, soldier on. on whatever you are doing or whatever your plans may be. Glad to have met you and that you shared so much love for the arts with me, with all of us. A toast! For the good times had and the good times to be had!
    June 17, 2013 1:52 pm I would read a supes/ ww story getting all hot and bothered. She's hot. He should shed that Boy Scout image. What better way than this for bringing the new 52 image. Tap that bro!
    June 17, 2013 1:45 pm Iwasnt a reader back then but.... Man has art gotten better , classier! Did read ex Mach so I'm good. That cable deadpool cover, jeez! Wasn't gonna mention names but... Bicep thicker than the head?!?! Really?!?! Still, incomprehensible to me how that " style was a thing. Well, I see the appeal to the untrained eye. Appeal to boys mid puberty and I you like it the , you probably have some nostalgia for it.
    May 23, 2013 7:18 pm Tee heee. Just saw this on some other site. I'll be honest, I kind of get a kick of seeing some fanboys' head explode ( or get their panties all rolled up) when I see news like these. Yeah, being kind off trollish here, I know. " How could this be!", " My head can't handle it". "I'm a lawyer in my spare time!".. on and on. Me, I just watch the movies and enjoy them for what they are, billion grossing products/ properties that will be milked for what they are worth. All I can do is watch, or not watch. And I'll be watching them both with glee and joy, that's for sure! Weird to have the same characters in two different franchises? Sure! But, I'm sure these behemoths that hold rights to this stuff have a few lawyers in their retainer that iron this shit out before it even hits the press so, whatevs. I'll play along... It is a nice little legal soap opera-ish issue, a funny one at that, that the characters will be used in two different "universes". I like that girl in Hanna a lot, she seems like a suberb actor that captures your attention. Im sure Joss has something cool for her to do. And that kid in that Horror series was creepy as fudge, sure hope Singer gets something good out him! And my ultimate fanboy scenario: The 2 companies shake hands, make friends, and make every nerd jizz by allowing the characters cross over in the movies! Hey, a geek can only dream right!? DC and and Marvel have done it, Im I right? Can't wait to see both movies, Im a big fan of both directors. ps: Sups Returns and IM2 were good, dont care what y'all say!
    April 23, 2013 2:14 pm Vader's little Princess should be in my mailbox as we speak. It's for my 17 yr old daughter. cuz I'm that kind of dad. I'm gonna read it first of course. It's my second J Brown book and like him a lot.
    April 12, 2013 11:33 pm Neeseman is gonna be psyched with that curling sketch!
    April 10, 2013 3:48 pm Well, I now wanna read Mind mgmt. It's not on Comixology. Wat up wit dat Matt?!?! Want some Kindt on my Kind...le!!
    January 29, 2013 5:14 pm Yep, it's hard to decipher what's going on in the offices of the people involved in getting these shows done, paid for, aired and then say "well, that didn't work", and then not have them renewed. Or whatever else might be happening.... We can only speculate, and that we do. I'm sure it's a very crazy, weird complicated business that of running a "cartoon network" and having shows that are a licensed property. I find it it actually amazing that these two shows turned up so good. What can you do, this is TV biz. My question (to no one in particular I guess); is there a place in the world where these type of shows (licensed characters owned by either DC or Marvel) can be made and have them be profitable (which is the only reason why they would be made in the first place, for profit)? Do having good quality shows like these that we enjoy have a short or long term benefit to the company that owns these characters? I'm sure there's guys in suits (or shorts), accountants, and other people that work in the "biz" that can plot out and chart the why's and why not's of this. Me, I don't know. I don't know shit, that I know. Im just a guy that enjoys watching these shows so... whatevs. What I do know is that there's a lot of stuff I don't know. That, I am certain of.
    July 30, 2012 2:44 pm I wasn't even into comics then!