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10 items from 2015


The Strain season 2 episode 5 review: Quick And Painless

13 August 2015 3:02 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Even this far into its second season, The Strain is still struggling to find an identity. Here's Billy's review of Quick And Painless...

This review contains spoilers.

2.5 Quick And Painless

Despite the implied promise, The Strain this week was neither quick nor painless. I put this down mostly to how much of a big thing was made of Ephraim taking his hair off, which was somehow elevated to a major plot point for no plausible good reason. It’s been obvious from the outset that the hair was false, so perversely, it seemed to be more about the personal comfort of the actor than a disguise that any idiot could see through.

By the time they’d removed Ephraim's hair, and he’d put on a suit and a sharp tie that we'd never seen before, I was half expecting him to end up with a barcode tattoo on his neck! »

- louisamellor

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Imagine a world where Marvel heroines starred in Sailor Moon

5 August 2015 12:30 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

If you know me at all, you know I love Magical Girls. Especially Sailor Moon. So it should be no surprise that I am 100% on board for a Marvel alternate universe where superheroines fight evil by moonlight and win love by daylight. However, I’ll settle for now for artist Kate Leth making my dreams into art. Captain Maaaagical Girl pic.twitter.com/NWN4Balifa — Kate Leth (@kateleth) August 4, 2015   Ms Marv-gical Girl pic.twitter.com/MJsE7oc3Ne — Kate Leth (@kateleth) August 4, 2015 [H/T: Siddhant Adlakha] »

- Donna Dickens

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Joshua Reviews Takashi Murakami’s Jellyfish Eyes [Theatrical Review]

21 July 2015 7:00 PM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

The Criterion Collection, as a brand, puts as much love and effort into their design work and artistic choices as they do the restoration of any given seemingly-lost classic they’ve decided to drop on the film world in their DVD/Blu-ray releases. Giving rise to artists like the man behind any of your favorite posters, Neil Kellerhouse, or giving shine to beloved classical artists like Yuko Shimizu, the almighty C has given the world gorgeous posters and lavishly designed home video releases since their inception.

And then they met acclaimed artist Takashi Murakami.

One of today’s most imaginative and singular graphic artists, Murakami has gone from the art world and entered the film world with his debut picture, entitled Jellyfish Eyes. With a narrative that has its roots in issues facing his native Japan today, it is a film that not only brings with it a great deal of anticipation, »

- Joshua Brunsting

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Comic-Con: Her Universe Fashion Show celebrates apparel for fangirls

10 July 2015 11:12 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The Joker, Sailor Moon and nerdy ladies were the big winners at the Her Universe Fashion Show last night. It’s an event where strutting down the runway were women wearing a Greek goddess-esque dress version of Groot, an elegant winter coat modeled after the Tardis, and a frock with a skirt shaped and detailed to look like the Death Star, among other high fashion takes on characters beloved by nerdy fans. In its second year at San Diego Comic-Con, the fashion show crowned two winners from the 25 finalists who submitted “geek couture” designs to Her Universe, the sci-fi fashion apparel company behind the event. The judging panel-selected winner was a design called “Joker’s New Look,” designed and modeled by Kelly Cercone. The attendee-voted top prize went to a “Sailor Moon” design called “Usagi’s Transformation,” which was designed by Leetal Platt and modeled by fan-favorite cosplayer Chloe Dykstra. »

- Emily Rome

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Spotlight on Aloha's Canadian star Sugar Lyn Beard

29 May 2015 12:57 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

 

She was born Stephanie but everyone calls her Sugar.

Credit Sugar Lyn Beard’s sweet personality and naturally high-pitched voice for the name change. Growing up in Scarborough, Ontario, Beard loved experimenting with different voices.

“I think I was 10 when I went through a six-month period where I put on a really low voice, and then there was the time I talked like a baby in grade eight, so my voice training came very early,” says Beard on the line from Malibu, where she’s housesitting for a friend.

You may recognize Beard from her days as a DJ on Toronto’s rock radio station Kiss 92.5, or for her stint as a host on the Ytv program "The Zone". She made her move into voice work with animated shows such as "Sailor Moon" and "Care Bears", and a few years ago got in front of the camera for films such »

- Ingrid Randoja - Cineplex Magazine

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"Toronto ComiCon" - March 20-22, 2015

20 March 2015 7:53 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

"Toronto ComiCon", presented by "Fan Expo Canada" will be held March 20, 21 and 22, 2015 @ the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, with unique exhibitors, presentations, workshops and celebrity guests including Chad Coleman, aka 'Tyreese' on "The Walking Dead", Karen Gillan, aka 'Nebula' in "Guardians Of The Galaxy", Jaime Murray aka 'Stahma Tarr' from the series "Defiance" and a whole lot more:

Meet more of the cast of "Defiance", with Grant Bowler, Stephanie Leonidas, Tony Curran and Jesse Rath signing autographs...

...posing for photo ops and uniting on stage for a Q&A session.

Shannen Doherty aka 'Prue Halliwell' from the series "Charmed" will also be in attendance...

...along with Chad Coleman, aka 'Tyreese'. 

...Karen Gillan aka 'Nebula'.

In the 'Artist Alley', pencillers, inkers and writers display and offer for sale comics, graphic novels, limited edition prints, original art and sketches, with Neal Adams, Dan Parent and a whole lot more.

In the 'Retailer Area', »

- Michael Stevens

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Babs Tarr: From Tumblr to Gotham

13 March 2015 3:46 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

 

Even though she’s only been drawing comics for about a year, Babs Tarr’s artistic revamp of the Batgirl title and the character in general has made her one of comics’ rising stars. She discarded the armor or spandex of past costumes for a fashion forward costume featuring yellow Doc Martens and a snap cape that is cosplay friendly as well as reintegrating the classic cape, cowl, and Bat-symbol for a new generation of a fans. But she’s done much more than co-design the coolest superhero costume of 2014 by bringing her design sense as an illustrator to the denizens of Gotham City and Barbara’s new home of Burnside, which is basically the Williamsburg of the DC Universe.

 

But before she got the Batgirl gig at DC Comics, Babs Tarr was (and still is) a full-time freelance illustrator. She also did a lot of fun, striking fan art for things like Sailor Moon, »

- Logan Dalton

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"Toronto ComiCon" - March 20-22, 2015

11 March 2015 11:36 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

"Toronto ComiCon", presented by "Fan Expo Canada" will be held March 20, 21 and 22, 2015 @ the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, with unique exhibitors, presentations, workshops and celebrity guests including Chad Coleman, aka 'Tyreese' on "The Walking Dead", Karen Gillan, aka 'Nebula' in "Guardians Of The Galaxy", Morena Baccarin aka 'Dr. Leslie Thompkins' on the series "Gotham", Jaime Murray aka 'Stahma Tarr' from the series "Defiance" and a whole lot more:

Meet more of the cast of "Defiance", with Grant Bowler, Stephanie Leonidas, Tony Curran and Jesse Rath signing autographs...

...posing for photo ops and uniting on stage for a Q&A session.

Shannen Doherty aka 'Prue Halliwell' from the series "Charmed" will also be in attendance...

...along with Chad Coleman, aka 'Tyreese'. 

...Karen Gillan aka 'Nebula'.

 ...and Morena Baccarin aka 'Dr. Leslie Thompkins'. 

In the 'Artist Alley', pencillers, inkers and writers display and offer for sale comics, graphic novels, limited edition prints, original art and sketches, »

- Michael Stevens

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Top Five Tuesday: ’90s cartoons that should be made into R-rated movies

3 March 2015 7:58 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

If you haven’t had a chance to read the news, or you happen to live under a rock, then you may not know that The Power Rangers have recently made a comeback… sort of.

A fan-made film by Joseph Kahn called Power/Rangers was recently released on YouTube and has already gathered over 12,000,000 views. A gritty, disturbing, and action packed short, this not-for-kids version of The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers has proved that while some shows might be for children, their film adaptations would be perfect for adults.

But Kahn isn’t the first one to prove this.

Back in 2011 a fan-made, live action trailer for the non-existent film Pokémon Apokélypse was released to the excitement of fans. The trailer showed a truly twisted and disturbing look into the world of Pokémon training, where trainers would do anything to win and no one was above murder.

In light of »

- Caitlin Marceau

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Kill La Kill: 2014's hidden anime gem?

1 January 2015 10:40 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Japanese Anime Kill La Kill kicked into a whole new gear in 2014. We salute a daring, daft series available now on Netflix...

Kill La Kill. Regardless of what it means - allegedly it’s a series of Japanese double-entendres - that title is a bomb-blast: two kills and a dose of French sophistication for good measure. It's a violently amusing name for the anime series, promising claret by the bucketload, a ticking brain (or just the right amount of snark) and the everlasting appeal of total nonsense. Logic may apply, be it worldly or otherwise, but you're already set for the rules to be broken.

Despite airing its first half of episodes last year, Klk kicked into a whole other gear in 2014, garnering a large international following as it barrelled towards its March finale. The entire series is currently bubbling away on Netflix for immediate watching, and it is something »

- louisamellor

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