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What are you, dense? I’m The Goddamned Spirit!

NYCC has been grabbing all the headlines this weekend, so expect to see a shit ton of media coming out of the convention.

The first such is our look at the teaser poster and teaser trailer for the Spirit.


To appease the internet, here’s your basic vitriolic rant about Frank Miller.

Blah blah All Star Batman sucks blah blah whores blah blah Sin City blah blah 300 blah blah one style blah blah lost his touch.

I’m still pretty interested in this flick, but it should face steady competition from a fellow January 2009 release, the highly anticipated Watchmen.


Well This Sure Looks Epic…

You may remember last month, I was writing about how superstar movie poster artist Drew Struzan was going to be doing a new poster for Hellboy II: The Golden Army.

In an effort to make me to continue to regret the fact I’m not attending New York Comic Con this weekend (which will bring MUCH news to this site, I’m sure), this poster is a New York Comic Con Exclusive!

Uber movie site CHUD has premiered the poster online, and…good lord.  If this is any indication of where the movie is heading, I think it may go towards a religious experience for my good friend Ghostfreehood.


I suppose it’s time to start trolling eBay for the poster…

BPET: Black Panther Entertainment Television


In a “Whoda Thunk It?” announcement, BET announced Thursday that they will be launching a prime time animated series starring Marvel’s Black Panther, due to hit screens early in 2009.

Originally, I figured this was someone’s idea of a gag, but Variety has announced it so.  The interesting part that I didn’t know, was that the current run of Black Panther is being written by Reginald Hudlin, the current president of entertainment for BET.

While not one of the iconic heroes for Marvel, it’s never the less exciting to see a 2nd string character being given a shot to breakout. Here’s hoping it’s worth watching.  I suppose it’s in bad taste that the last memory I have of Black Panther is as zombie food in Marvel Zombies. Whoops.  Isn’t he married to Storm now?

Meet The Joes!


Well, I’d post one of the images as a tease if I could, but the site has right click disabled, and I can’t seem to find the URL’s to any of the images in the source…
Thanks to a user at the NeoGAF forums for pulling the images out.

In any case, Celeb Blog (that’s What Would Tyler Durden Do for those of you keeping track at home) has EXCLUSIVE images of the entire cast of 2009’s 80’s cartoon remake extravaganza GI Joe.

In addition to extra photos of Rachel Nichols as Scarlett and Ray Park as Snake Eyes, they also have our first looks at….

  • Channing Tatum as Duke
  • Karolina Korkova as Cover Girl
  • Marlon Wayans as Ripcord
  • Byung-hun Lee as Storm Shadow
  • Sienna Miller as The Baroness
  • Dennis Quaid as Hawk

What are you waiting for?! Check them out HERE.

What do I think? I think the all-black stealth gear is a bit too much like Brian Singer’s X-Men, but understandable. I kind of like the look for Storm Shadow, but wish he had a mask (I’d imagine that the actor wanted more face time…see every superhero movie ever), and god damnit, what does a guy have to do to get Sienna Miller in EYEGLASSES?!

EDIT, 6:46pm – It’s been brought to my attention by a certain Ms. Greco that the images have been pulled. But do you think this stops the internet? Besides, I think I kinda want a c&d request from Paramount. Means I’m big time.

While this is just a small taste of the images that were presented, these present the most revealing looks at the newest characters (I figure we have Snake Eyes and Scarlett covered…)


L to R: Baroness, CoverGirl, Duke, Flint, Ripcord, and Storm Shadow (w/Baroness)

You’ve Got Your Chocolate In My Peanut Butter! You’ve Got Your Batman In My Sub Zero!

Earlier this month, Midway started the hype train for the eighth Mortal Kombat title, with the rather cryptic (kryptic?) website, featuring a website counting down to today.

With the countdown ending, we were left with only a bizarre blurred image of Scorpion.

However, this didn’t stop Midway from revealing the truth behind Mortal Kombat 8.

You’re probably going to want to sit down for this.

I’ll wait.



Not a dream. Not a hoax. Mortal Kombat 8 is actually….


I can’t say I understand it at all, and honestly, I’m a bit worried.

Aside from the surreal juxtaposition of 2 major nerd franchises (one which is far, far lower in stature compared to their 90’s heyday), it’s not sounding too impressive already…

Infamous gaming blog Kotaku posted the early scoop on the title, and this doesn’t sound good…

Wondering why DC comics would seemingly sign onto a project that would let Scorpion rip Wonder Woman’s head off? You know…kill a superhero? So were we. So were you. This might explain it: a former Midway employee has contacted us and said that he worked on the game, and that Mortal Kombat v DC features “no fatalities and little-to-no blood”. In other words, “MK is dead”. No blood, no fatalities…if this is true, why is this game called Mortal Kombat again?

The words of an angry ex-employee? Or a look into what’s to come?

In the bizarre world of fighting games this generation, we’ve seen Street Fighter return to glory, Star Wars characters mix it up with the cast of Soul Calibur, and now we’re apparently going to see Scorpion hand Nightwing his ass…will it all pay off? Time will tell.

Until then, I’m going to pick my jaw up from the floor.

EDIT, 3:43PM- The first embargoed details on this surreal pairing are hitting the web. has an early preview here, and you can watch the first trailer courtesy of Games Radar here.