The Ultimates Saga Continues!
Yesterday I wrote about three terrific series that told the story of The Ultimates, Marvel Comics’ reinvention of their super-hero team, the Avengers. In addition to those three phenomenal series that I discussed (The Ultimates, The Ultimates 2, and the Ultimate Galactus Trilo
Last month I wrote several posts about my favorite graphic novels. One of the works that I mentioned (saying at the time that a more lengthy review would be coming) was Mark Millar & Bryan Hitch’s The Ultimates. In the early 2000’s, Marvel Comics launched their Ultim
More Love for Motion Pictures from Around the Net
Yesterday I mentioned two terrific reviews of the recent Trek coverage and comics here at MotionPicturesComics.com. I’m also excited to report that we’ve been mentioned on several other fun sites from around the web over the past two weeks: Star Trek author Keith R.A. De
Motion Pictures Around the Net!
MotionPicturesComics.com has been getting a little bit of love from around the net lately! Jill Rayburn at Roddenberry.com posted a RAVE review of the site and my recent Star Trek comics. Jill writes a regular blog on that site called Artistic License that is well worth checking out
Not Quite the Best There is at What he Does — Josh Suffers Through X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Hoo boy. One of my first articles, when I started this blog, was about great franchises that have fallen on hard times. I was writing about my once-beloved Alien and Predator series, but we can all now safely add the X-Men films to that list. What in the world has happened to this