5 items from 2015
Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #1
Written by Kate Leth
Art by Brittney Williams
Colors by Megan Wilson
Letters by Joe Sabino and Clayton Cowles
Published by Marvel Comics
After an intriguing flash forward opening page Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #1 gets right down to superhero business with its titular heroine stopping a D-list supervillain, who can move objects with his mind. And quotes Wicked. And after this hilarious and epic twist where Patsy chats with the would-be armed truck thief (and Inhuman) Telekinian, befriends him, helps him use his powers for good by floating a nice girl’s Broadway tickets up from a gutter where her horrible boyfriend put them, and also gives him pointers on picking a code name. (Telekinesis + Ian equals close, but no cigar.) This is only the appetizer in writer Kate Leth, artist Brittney Williams, and colorist Megan Wilson’s buffet of fun, relatable characters, »
- Logan Dalton
Sneak Peek Marvel Comics' "Patsy Walker A.K.A. Hellcat" #1, available December 23, 2015, written by Kate Leth and illustrated by Brittney Williams, with covers by Williams, Sophie Campbell, Marguerite Sauvage, Javier Pulido, George Perez and John Tyler Christopher:
"...she's managed to escape her past, her enemies and even the depths of 'Hell', (literally), but nothing will prepare 'Patsy Walker' for the hard knock life of job hunting in New York City!
"Being Hellcat is hard enough -- why does being Patsy Walker have to be so hard too? Not to mention everyone's going crazy for the reissue of the old romance comics that her mom wrote about Patsy's actual teenage years.
"Getting recognized left and right is starting to cause trouble in both her personal and super hero life.
"But hey, nothing keeps Patsy down. She loves life, no matter what curveballs it throws at her..."
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- Michael Stevens
She’s managed to escape her past, her enemies and even the depths of Hell (literally), but nothing will prepare Patsy Walker for the hard knock life of job hunting in New York City! Being Hellcat is hard enough – why does being Patsy Walker have to be so hard too? Not to mention everyone’s going crazy for the reissue of the old romance comics that her mom wrote about Patsy’s actual teenage years. Getting recognized left and right is starting to cause trouble in both her personal and super hero life. But hey, nothing keeps Patsy down. She loves life, no matter what curveballs it throws at her. Get ready Marvel Universe – Patsy Walker’s here. And she’s ready to be your new favorite super hero. »
- Phil Wheat
Director: Daniel Petrie Jr.
Running Time: 111 minutes
Hitting cinema screens in 1991 Toy Soldiers was the directorial debut of Daniel Petrie Jr., and it’s finally making its way to Blu-Ray and DVD. Graced with the cult classic title, the film delivers a balance of action, adventure and a hint of comedy. There are some off the wall moments, but it all adds to the charm of a 90s teen movie.
Set in The Regis School, or “Rejects” School as it’s known by its misfit students, is the last stop boarding school for rebellious teens. Dean Parker (Louis Gossett, Jr.) manages to keep these disorderly boys in check, with the exception of Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) and his friends; Joey (Wil Wheaton), Snuffy (Keith Coogan), Ricardo (George Perez), Hank (T.E. Russell), and »
- Ciham Messouki
Stars: Sean Astin, Louis Gossett Jr., Wil Wheaton, Keith Coogan, Andrew Divoff, R. Lee Ermey, Denholm Elliott, George Perez, T.E. Russell, Shawn Phelan, Michael Champion, Mason Adams | Written by Daniel Petrie Jr., David Koepp | Directed by Daniel Petrie Jr.
Regis High School, an exclusive prep school for delinquent teenage boys, becomes the target of a terrorist attack from Columbian drug lord and terrorist Louis Cali, who has travelled to the Us to free his drug kingpin father. With a team of ruthless mercenaries, Cali invades Regis High School in an attempt to capture the son of the federal judge presiding over his father’s trial. As Cali takes the students hostage, the FBI and Us Army remain helpless. Within the school, however, is a group of rebellious and mischievous students, led by Billy Tepper and Joey Trotta, who decide to put their expertise in avoiding authority to good use. Now »
- Phil Wheat
5 items from 2015
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