Name: Dominic Zito
For Comics shipping on 05/22/13
- DAREDEVIL #26
- JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #20
- SUPERMAN #20
- AQUAMAN #20
- YOUNG AVENGERS #5
- UNCANNY AVENGERS #8AU
- UNCANNY X-MEN #6
- NOWHERE MEN #5
- THE BOUNCE #1
- THE UNWRITTEN #49
- GREEN LANTERN #20
- THE FLASH #20
- BATMAN, INCORPORATED #11
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May 17, 2013 2:41 pm I really enjoyed this movie, even on an emotional level. I thought all of the actors did a fantastic enough job on the chemistry (and a great bit of a punch-up) that despite our lack of time with them they all feel really close. I can even dig that it's an re-telling of Wrath of Khan. My problem is with their direct Wrath of Khan referencing. The "Khan" was just awful, I laughed after having a serious bit of welling up going on. Some of the other lines like that (Many Outweigh Few, Am and always shall be) stuff like that just fell flat on me. The end bothered me a bit too. Not letting a death like that sit with an audience just does nothing for us. And how they introduce the concept of undoing the death was out of left field and awkward, though after thinking on the scene I can see how talking about the tribble testing could be Kirk attempting to threaten Khan in some way, but it wasn't filmed or acted in a way to support that.
April 8, 2013 2:13 pm I have been trying to think of what super-anything Michael C. Hall could play for years and never thought of that. And it is absolutely perfect for him. I could also see him as Cain or Bennett though even if it wouldn't feel as right.
April 8, 2013 2:13 pm I have been trying to think of what super-anything Michael C. Hall could lay for years and never thought of that. And it is absolutely perfect for him. I could also see him as Cain or Bennett though even if it wouldn't feel as right.
April 8, 2013 2:10 pm Whenever I see Adrien Brody I just think of Splice and have to prevent myself from throwing up for the next three hours (despite me liking the movie.) I do like him as Bennet though, he would nail the cynicism.
March 3, 2013 8:28 pm EDIT: -relates to the podcast. That's what happens when you do three things at once.
March 3, 2013 8:24 pm Fun comic book shop story that also relates to podcast. I have been a regular at my shop for four years, never missed a week unless I was in school, and I always came back to all my comics there. In front of the register are a couple of books the owner read and suggests. He finishes ringing me up and hands me my stuff when he talks to me about: Guardians of the Galaxy 0.1. He says it's great I should try it. I say yeah, okay, next week. Instead of me doing that, the owner picks up the book, rings it out and hands it to me. This is, of course, a good way of him getting continued repeat business but I enjoyed the gesture and hope others have or can experience it soon. Still feel like I owe him .39 cents.
February 23, 2013 10:30 am I don't think Larfleeze has ever been as funny as he was in his last 30 seconds of this show.
February 13, 2013 8:57 pm I love how poetic and focused your reviews are Paul and this is a great first official POW one. And I was surprised how great this book is without doing anything truly major to continuity or characters, just fantastic drama that is hard to find in any superhero comic nowadays.
February 2, 2013 10:58 am Finally have an antagonist with a strong emotional connection to the good guys, show yanked. And it wasn't even Sinestro. Boo.
January 30, 2013 10:56 am Yes, Flash 209 the third comic I ever read as a monthly reader. Part of the Geoff Johns/Howard Porter run. Wally was dealing with erasing his identity from all of his friend's minds and the Justice League wants answers, Superman most of all, so he chases Wally around the world while Wally is looking for Linda.