"Citizen Kane clearly isn't the greatest movie ever made for one simple reason: The Predator wasn't in it."
I like the irony i had: Noone really was interested in coming to see Shame (a movie about a sex addict) with me this friday, until i realized ans asked a lady friend of mine and she said yes.
The ironic part? She's a god damn sex addict herself, ofcourse she'll come!
Lobdell says that Starfire was with the Titans before yet she can't remember anyone. Pre-reboot emotions, especially love, were very important to Tamerians
Lobdell is full of bull.
Detective Comics #8 begins the Two-Face back up stories
DETECTIVE COMICS #8 will feature the first in a multi-part series of back-up stories following Harvey Dent and his villainous alter ego, Two-Face. Written by Tony S. Daniel (writer/artist of DETECTIVE COMICS) and drawn by Szymon Kudranski, the 10-page stories will offer a unique look into Dent’s secret past and an in-depth examination of the monster he’s become. Daniel and Kudranski collaborated previously on “Russian Roulette,” the one-shot back-up in DETECTIVE COMICS #5, which was released last week.
Since the launch of DC COMICS-THE NEW 52, Two-Face has made only a brief cameo appearance in the first few issues of BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT. These back-ups will reveal the classic character’s full history. Following his sojourn in Arkham Asylum, Dent will attempt to rebuild himself as a man, even as his dark side continues to exert its influence upon him.
“I’m really looking forward to working with Szymon Kudraski, who’ll no doubt capture the dark mood and tone I’m reaching for in DETECTIVE COMICS,” said Daniel. “I’m going deep into the character of Harvey Dent and the inner conflicts and demons he must confront. I’m approaching the characters and story the way I would a multi-layered psychological thriller, one that covers a man at the losing end of a battle within himself.”
“Readers who have enjoyed the twists, turns and surprises of Tony’s run on DETECTIVE so far will love this special story featuring Two-Face,” said Mike Marts, BATMAN group editor. “This is Harvey Dent as we’ve never seen him before—a new threat, a new troubled soul for DC COMICS-THE NEW 52!”
Cataclysm • Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man • Cataclysm: The Ultimates • Cataclysm: Ultimate X-Men • Dexter • Harley Quinn • Invincible • Invincible Universe • Superior Spider-Man • The Walking Dead
Shame I already have all the movies :\
The Secret Service preview on CBR!
What is it about:
So it's to my understanding about "SHIELD" with their "Batman and Robin" againts super villain terrorism while having this bad economy. Sounds pretty fun.We've both got a couple of friends in special forces, both here and in the US, and even the real life training, without any artistic license, is really incredible set-piece stuff. If you ramp it up a little, it makes for some incredible scenes in a comic and in a movie. 'The Secret Service' is about a number of things, but one of the central thrusts is about a young, wayward hoodie kid from North London learning how to be James Bond. There's a great story about Terence Young, the director of 'Dr. No' and the guy who really established the tone and look of the movie Bond we all understand. He liked Connery, but felt he was a bit crumpled and rough around the edges and so took him under his wing and turned him into the gentleman he needed for the role. He took him to his tailor, his barber, casinos and all the best restaurants. He taught him how to order the best wine and how to engage in the kind of well-read chatter James Bond would be able to handle as an ex (well, expelled) Etonian. I guess it was like 'My Fair Lady' in a way, but mixing this together with counter-terrorism training really seemed fun to us and become the spine of this project."
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Any scientist who isn't willing to kill for science isn't really a scientist at all.