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HELLBOY Review by special guest Stephen R. Bissette

  by and © Stephen R. Bissette   As a longtime fan (love at first sight/experience, actually) of whacked monster movies like Tobe Hooper/Dan O’Bannon/Don Jakoby’s LIFEFORCE (1985), Ridley Scott and William Hjortsberg’s LEGEND (also ’85), and Lamberto Bava/Dardano Sacchetti/Dario Argento/Franco Ferrini’s DEMONI/DEMONS (1986: all movies I saw in the theater, as they opened, in the ’80s), all I can tell ya is I had a hell of a good time with HELLBOY (2019) on…

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Stephen King’s IT

So, the new adaptations of Stephen King’s novels are hitting the big screen, and the latest, IT (2017), in particular… or, should I say, IT: CHAPTER ONE (a title withheld till the film’s end, that got a grieving heaving sigh from some in the audience I saw IT with).

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Bru’s Reviews – THE HITMAN’S BODYGUARD KILLS

  By Bru-Hed All original written content is (c) 2017 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru-Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale. NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are. THIS WEEK: Michael Bryce (Ryan “Deadpool//Green Lantern” Reynolds) is a straight-laced, bitter, down-on-his-luck former “triple-A-rated personal protection agent” who’s called in by his ex-girlfriend CIA…

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On objectifying character’s physical forms in comics

by Jon Bogdanove originally published on facebook (images added)     It is a fact that superhero comics rely on the unrealistic idealization of physical form. The secondary sexual characteristics of all genders will always tend to be emphasized, if not always exaggerated to ridiculous proportions (both boobs and muscles). It is part of the mythic nature of the genre. We depict superhumans in a superhuman reality. Muscles, boobs, and poses that highlight them will always…

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Bru’s Reviews – UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS FIGHTS AGAIN

  By Bru-Hed All original written content is (c) 2016 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru-Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale. NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are. THIS WEEK: Welcome to 2017’s first review (I know, I’ve been slackin.’) Here’s the 5th (I think) installment of the Vampires vs. Lycans (werewolves) series…

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Bru’s Reviews – ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY IS ONE WITH THE FORCE

  By Bru-Hed All original written content is (c) 2016 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru-Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale. NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are. THIS WEEK: The first “non-core” Star Wars flick that doesn’t deal with the main trilogy characters but ties in to the story and has a…

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Post Fact World?

Bleeding Cool posted today announcing Joe Eisma as the replacement for former WH family member Meghan Hetrick as the artist on Valiant’s FAITH. They then went on to speculate…(bold added)

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Bru’s Reviews – FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM FINDS FANTASTIC FEATS OF FILM FUN

  By Bru-Hed All original written content is (c) 2016 Mike Pascale. Visual content is (c) its respective owners. Bru-Hed art is ©2012 and a trademark of All Ages Media and Mike Pascale. NEWBIES: If this is your first trip here (welcome!), here’s the QT on what these reviews are. THIS WEEK: The Potterverse returns, this time with Brit Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) travelling to 1920s NYC with an attache case full of (what else?)…

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