Comics

20 Mar 19
Violet's Vegan Comics

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20 Mar 19

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-edhdt-ab62ac In this episode of the Nerdy Laser Podcast I am joined by someone who is a big influence of mine in life and podcasting, Dave West from Needless Things Podcast. You may remember him as Phantom Troublemaker but he has since dropped the mask and I am probably still guilty of calling him Phantom. […]

20 Mar 19
WORST. COMIC. PODCAST. EVER!

Welcome to Marvel Saga, a team-up podcast from the creative minds behind Comic Reflections and the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! Comic Reflections, hosted by Nicholas Prom, looks at comics from the Silver and Bronze Ages. The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!, co-hosted by Jerry McMullen, is a weekly show looking at comics, movies, and TV shows with […]

20 Mar 19
TBR Book Blog

Today we have M.J. Roberts stopping by to share the blog tour for her new rockstar romance, ROCK HARD: CHORD BROTHERS! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today! Title: ROCK HARD: CHORD BROTHERS Author: M.J. Roberts Genre: Rockstar Romance Rock Hard: Chord Brothers Synopsis: Drummer Ryder Chord has been living half […]

20 Mar 19
3AW
FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY **** (109 minutes) M In what can best be described as a heart-warming, uplifting, reality-based Rocky for girls, we bear glorious witness here to the inspiring, hurdle-strewn journey of a feisty lass from a wrestling-loving Norwich family who is recruited by the WWE wrestling megalith as a hot prospect. Paige (Florence Pugh) has a lot of raw instinct for the game – and everyone in the film knows it’s a game, staged for entertainment – but she still lacks manners and social skills, knocking heads with her trainer (Vince Vaughn) and alienating herself from her flighty blonde colleagues, who she mistakenly thinks are airheads with nothing to offer but their looks. Paige’s hubris doesn’t match her performance in the ring, either, a challenging fact that fills her with doubt and the morbid fear that she might have more hot air than talent. Self-respect and the need to respect others by looking beyond one’s own prejudices are the values underpinning the action, antics and heart-string pulling. Sports movie tropes all of them, and very well deployed. With his Tooth Fairy co-star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in fine form, director Stephen Merchant – best known as co-creator with Ricky Gervais of The Office & Extras; he also made the underrated, single-season show Hello, Ladies – proficiently presses all the right buttons, delivering a touching finale that Sylvester Stallone himself would be proud of. In all, a terrific family entertainment as well as a winning “girl empowerment” movie.     SWIMMING WITH MEN *** (97 minutes) M Likeable Welsh comic and character actor Rob Brydon – Steve Coogan’s mate in the Trip movies; host of Would I Lie to You? – does a convincing job playing Eric, a suburban sad sack accountant whose marriage to a successful local politician (Jane Horrocks from AbFab) is on the rocks. So, too, is his relationship with his son. A dedicated swimmer, he finds solace and friendship with an ad hoc synchronised swimming team, made up of middle-aged men with far from photogenic physiques. They joke, fight, can’t seem to get their routine right until Eric joins and applies mathematics to their moves. The inevitable male bonding occurs, which is sweetly handled, even though some of the dialogue is a tad over-baked. Though the club is intended to provide its members with an escape from everyday stress, for Eric it provides the confidence to face the strains in his marriage, some of which are self-inflicted. Directed without any pretense by Oliver Parker (Dad’s Army; An Ideal Husband) and obviously made on a very low-budget – the Olfi action cameras used in the pool scenes are sub-Go Pro units – Swimming With Men is a very easy-to-watch comedy, very much in the tradition of those Ealing comedies that celebrated the English character ever-so-subtly.   THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART **1/2 (107 minutes) PG The Lego Movie 2 is the fifth movie in the Lego Movie franchise, which includes the post-Lego Movie movies Lego Batman and The Lego Ninjago Movie. That’s one a year since the franchise began in 2014, so…too much? Well, perhaps not too much, but that’s certainly a lot of cinematic Lego. And while the reference-filled dialogue delivery is as slick as ever in the latest flick, the tarnish is really starting to show, with fewer big laughs and some surprisingly average visuals. Yet while the novelty has largely worn off, the adventures of Emmet (Chris Pratt) and Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks) still move swiftly, and into a new dimension, no less. Stuffed with kinetic music, the film features a new earworm anthem called Everything’s Not Awesome and a slightly bizarre closing credits sequence that runs for about 15 minutes. You can’t help but notice the stamped-out feel of the film, yet while it shows all the signs of sequelitis (repetition; concept fatigue) it, like many ho-hum franchise films, still manages to keep bordem at bay. Kids, of course, won’t really care much about any of this. The film has thus far taken north of $US170m worldwide, which is behind the totals of Lego Movie ($470m) and Lego Batman ($312m), but none too shabby.
20 Mar 19
New Maine News

Augusta – A bill to replace Maine’s current flag with an older design was shot down earlier this month, but a new design has many in the state excited for change.

20 Mar 19
Archy news nety

The key scene of "We" faces an African-American family and their doppelgangers. The latter want revenge and let the audience soon hope for a horror film full of profound metaphors. Unfortunately, Jordan Peele's "We" disappoint and seem as if the director wanted to show that he can compete with his commercially successful colleagues. The image, […]

20 Mar 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Group

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20 Mar 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Group

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20 Mar 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Group

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20 Mar 19
RAINY DAY READS

Tower of God, is a fantasy webcomic created by SIU. The story takes place in a world with a tower which people try to climb to make their dreams and desires come true. The main character Bam enters this tower to find his friend Rachel, who was taken into the tower. We follow Bam through […]

20 Mar 19
British Comics

Scorcher Publisher: IPC Publication Dates: 10 January 1970 – 26 June 1971 Number of Issues Published: 77 (#1 – #26 June 1971 [77]) Publishing Format: Was ongoing Publication Type: magazine Features continue in Scorcher and Score (IPC, 1971 series). Scorcher and Score Publisher: IPC Publication Dates: 3 July 1971 – 5 October 1974 Number of […]

20 Mar 19

Thanks to /u/bananavanman[ for pouring me a sample. So as some people know, I GM Pathfinder games. Or for those of you not down the collective rabbit hole of Pen and Paper Role Player Games, I play a version of Dungeon and Dragons that is similar to the third edition. So I’m the GM, or Game Master, […]

20 Mar 19
Spotlight News

ALBANY — Fanatics of all kinds flock to Wolf Road twice a year for Albany Comic and Toy Show. The bi-annual pop-culture convention that features vintage toys and comic books returns to the Red Lion Hotel on Sunday, March 24, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Now in its seventh year, the show has become […]

20 Mar 19
GeekDad

War Cry and his allies are ready to expose the truth of the Electric Games, but Lord Preceptor has more than one surprise up his sleeve.