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As revealed on Twitter by Beyond Borders executive producer Adam Glass, a former writer/Ep on Supernatural, both Jim Beaver and Kim Rhodes — who have recurred on Supernatural as Bobby Singer and Sheriff Jody Mills — will guest-star in the same Season 2 episode of the crime drama.
Beaver, TVLine has learned, will appear in the ninth episode as »
Hour 4 is on the wire and ready for your consumption!
About the hour:
As this hour starts we check in a with a collector who seems to have priorities different than most of us. I discuss more of my personal history with collecting Criterion including an embarrassing (for me) email conversation with Mr. Jon Mulvaney. Plus a bit more on my current obsession with Criterion laser titles and where this all ends (if it ever does).
Our conversation this hour is with two lifelong chums with a history of collaboration that has taken on a life of its own as they’ve become Lost in Criterion. Adam Glass and Pat Dorgan help me understand what it is like for two people to dive headfirst into the collection with few preconceived notions on where it would take them and what sort of visionquest it has been so far.
All of that, »
- Keith Enright
Ryan is following in his father’s footsteps by becoming a top agent for the FBI. Cohen — who currently stars on General Hospital — makes his debut in the season premiere, airing midseason.
Last week I gave a review of the Suicide Squad movie. This week, I’m talking about my trip to NYC for the premiere.
I got in to the East Coast on 7/31 and stayed with my friends Tam and Kev English over in New Jersey, near to where I used to live. Tom Mandrake and Jan Duursema, who also live in the area, were going to be in town Sunday night before going on a trip so we all got together for a nice meal. Hilarity ensued.
Tom and Jan also gave me a box full of Kros: Hallowed Ground booty. This is stuff that will be going out to our subscribers and it is killer cool.
I took the train into Manhattan on Monday to join my old bud and oft-time editor and my date for the evening, the lovely and effervescent Mike Gold. We were meeting for a pre-festivities lunch. »
- John Ostrander
Comic Book Reviews: DC Round Up Week 08-03-2016
When I first started writing reviews for Lrm I stated I would stick with all the DC Rebirth Issues until at least issue 6 before considering any to drop. So far, I’ve pleasantly been surprised by my complete interest in All the Rebirth Titles thus far! We are approaching issue 4 for most of the newly revamped series, with still many more trickling in that show promise. As the first “wave” of books get closer to issue 6, I’ll do a quick rundown on those series and try to help new readers choose which books might be best for them. Until then, be sure to sound off in the comments on how you’re liking (or disliking) the DC Rebirth!
Review: Aquaman has become a sort of love hate series for me in this DC Rebirth. »
- Jeremy Scully
As the much anticipated release of Suicide Squad continues to approach, Entertainment Weekly has once again spoiled us with new images, this time in the form of concept art. Taken from their July 22 Comic-Con issue, these two pieces of artwork offer a somewhat different look at the enormously popular Harley Quinn.
Despite what any stubborn purists may have to say, the look adopted by Margot Robbie in this film has already received a rather warm welcome. If merchandise flying off shelves at Hot Topic and other retailers weren’t proof enough, just ask the myriad of cosplayers I’ve seen emulating Robbie at comic book conventions, nightclubs and various other events that I’ve attended this year. It truly is the Summer of Harley.
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But even though I’m perfectly fine with the end result, I can’t help but think these conceptual images look pretty cool. »
- Eric Joseph
A few weeks ago Rough Riders had a solid start with an introduction to the leader of the team Teddy Roosevelt, and the first member Jack Johnson. This issue as expected we meet the rest of the team and set up for the mission at hand. First Teddy and Jack head to Coney Island to recruit the not yet legendary Harry Houdini. Unlike Jack, Teddy doesn’t as Harry if he wants to be on the team. Instead he knocks him out, chains him up and throws him into the ocean. But to their surprise, not only does he escape but he appears behind the and he takes Teddy’s gun and wallet. Classic Houdini at his best! Next on the list is Thomas Edison who doesn’t take much convincing, but it seems like he had been working on a bit more than light bulbs. The four men now »
- Emmanuel Gomez
First of all let’s just get this out of the way, I am a sucker for books and movies that feature prominent moments and figures from American History no matter how ridiculous the concept seemed. For example in films movies like Wild Wild West and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Also in books titles like American Legends (Top Cow Productions Inc. & Image Comics) and All Star Western (DC Comics) and well you get the trend. Now Adam Glass through Aftershock Comics has released a very interesting book called “Rough Riders”. Which features a team of soon to be legends such as Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, Harry Houdini as well as others. They are set to travel to Cuba and defeat a threat using alien technology to destroy American vessels. The cover alone sold me the book as it features the team of Rough Riders in an antique style color palette »
- Emmanuel Gomez
8 items from 2016
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