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Friday, 24 January 2020

Celebrating 750 Issues Of The Flash...

2010's by Francis Manapul

On March 4, Flash #750 hits comic book store shelves and to celebrate this landmark DC is releasing a series of variant covers marking the Scarlet Speedsters journey through the decades.
Beginning: The Flash Age! The story we've been building toward since issue #50 comes to a head!

While a supercharged Speed Force wreaks havoc on Barry Allen's life, a new threat appears on the horizon in the form of the deadly Paradox.

Destined to destroy the Flash's legacy, Paradox sends his herald, Godspeed, to trap the Flash family!

Plus, in this special anniversary issue: tales from across the generations of super-speedsters by an all-star lineup of writers and artists!
2000's by Jim Lee & Scott Williams
1990's by Francesco Mattina
1980's by Gabriele Dell'Otto
1970's by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
1960's by Nick Derington
1950's by Gary Frank
1940's by Nicola Scott

While Orion Pictures Keeps Sharing Clips From This, I'll Keep Posting Them...





#RPG Meridian Miniatures Kickstarter Lets You Build A Bugbear Tribe!


Having successfully delivered his Bugbear Champion Kickstarter from last year, Andrew May, of Meridian Miniatures, is now running another short campaign to fund production of a complementary Bugbear Tribe.

Already funded, the project will see production of five new 28mm figures: the Bugbear Matron, Shaman, and three kids, suitable for use in fantasy RPGs and wargames.


There are only two pledge levels - one gets you the whole tribe, while the other gets the five figures and the champion from the earlier Kickstarter.

You only have until next Tuesday to check the campaign and make a pledge, so get your skates on.

A stretch goal has been revealed for when the fundraiser hits £1,250: everyone who backs the campaign will get this bonus barbarian figure:


Andrew explained that this figure was originally sculpted for Crooked Dice (who are moving into the sword and sorcery genre with their next big wave of releases), but was then changed for a more dynamic pose.

Unlocking this stretch goal will resurrect the original miniature and put it in the hands of bugbear backers.

Welcome To The Neighbourhood...



While there is comfort in the familiar, it's always a joy to find something that looks a bit different, and so I'm thrilled by the Scarfolk meets The Twilight Zone feel of this unique-looking horror story:
A young couple looking for the perfect home find themselves trapped in a mysterious labyrinth-like neighbourhood of identical houses.
Vivarium, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots, is due for release in the UK on March 27.

Review Round-up: What Did Jack Do?; Jay and Silent Bob Reboot; Titans

What Did Jack Do? (2017): Released this week on Netflix for David Lynch's 74th birthday, this is a gorgeously bonkers 17-minute, black and white, short focusing on a homicide detective (Lynch) interviewing a talking monkey in a railway station café.

The capuchin monkey - Jack Cruz - is suspected of murder, and the detective is determined to get him to sing... which he does!

Equal parts unsettling (the human mouth on the smartly-dressed monkey will haunt your dreams) and humorous,  this is pure Lynch from start to finish, totally wackadoodle, snappy dialogue, a musical number, deadpan delivery, and dry wit.

Probably not for the casual viewer, fans of Lynch's work will feel like it's their birthday though.

Could this somehow be tied into the enigma that is Twin Peaks or is it simply the mysterious auteur having a bit of fun and flexing his creative muscles?

Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (2019): Oh, man, that was really hard work. Like many of my generation, I love Kevin Smith (his podcast, Fatman Beyond, is my all-time favourite; Clerks and Chasing Amy remain important and pivotal movies in my life), but Jay and Silent Bob Reboot misses the mark way more than it hits.

Kind of bizarrely, some of its funniest moments come in the cut scenes that run with the final credits.

Smith and his comedy partner Jason Mewes return as the titular iconic stoners, who embark on a road trip to Hollywood to stop a reboot of the Bluntman and Chronic movie - so they can regain the legal right to use their own names!.

An homage to Smith's previous View Askew movies, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot is a cavalcade of celebrity cameos (including Stan Lee, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Chris Hemsworth, Rosario Dawson, Melissa Benoist, Joe Manganiello etc etc), with many beloved characters from the earlier films putting in an often-too-brief reappearance.

You can't deny that the film has heart - there's an strong emotional throughline about growing up and responsibility of parenthood - but this gets buried under an avalanche of tired stoner humour, scenes that outstay their welcome, and heavy-handed gags that simply misfire.

There are some touching moments, and genuine laughs, but these almost feel like they're from a different movie as they stand out so markedly in a script that comes across as a William Burroughs' cut-up of a much larger work.

Titans, Season Two: Having dispatched the Big Bad of Season One rather anticlimactically by the end of the first episode, the new season of Titans - only just released over here on Netflix - is more of the same surprising brilliance from the first season, but with an ever-increasing cast list.

The main thrust of the season is a canny retelling of one of the all-time great comic book storylines, Marv Wolfman's legendary The Judas Contract from 1984's Tales of the Teen Titans - the first comic book to ever make me cry - but with enough changes to keep it fresh and surprising.

The casting of Esai Morales as a pitch perfect Slade Wilson aka Deathstroke was a revelation, beyond doubt my favourite live-action portrayal of the character to date (I'm afraid I never really warmed to Manu Bennett's take on the role in Arrow).

The wonderful Iain Glen pops up in a handful of episodes as Bruce Wayne, but sadly - even in Dick Grayson's nightmares and hallucinations - never wearing the Bat suit.

There's plenty to tie Titans to the wider DC Universe, not only with Bruce appearing, but name checks for Superman and Wonder Woman, as well as other Easter Eggs.

Slightly frustratingly, this comes across  as a cross between Chekhov's Gun and a comic book cock tease, all these big names are bandied about as "close contacts" of various members of the team, but we never get to actually see any of those capes and cowls.

However, this season did introduce us to Conner (Joshua Orpin) aka Superboy - grown as a clone of Superman and Lex Luthor - who, along with Krypto (the superdog), pretty much stole the show for me.

Unfortunately, what also felt more evident this year was that Titans was falling into the same TV budget trap as many of the Arrowverse shows - superheroes forgetting to use their powers in situations where they would be really useful.

For instance, we see in one scene that Krypto - who can shoot frikkin' lasers from his eyes - can also fly (while carrying someone). But he never does it again!

Then we have Wonder Girl (Conor Leslie), capable of taking a punch from an angry Superboy, and armed with her magical lasso, who sits out a potentially lethal fight with Deathstroke... for reasons.

Often more soap opera than a superhero show, it's also quite noticeable that for a series about an established comic book team there's only one (maybe two) scenes in the whole second season where the team are actually together.

The rest of the time they're off in smaller groups wrapped up in various teen angst sub-plots.

The first season felt like an "origin story" for the team, them all coming together, but then this season - despite a plethora of stand-out moments and the introduction of some great characters - felt it like it was thematically treading the same ground.

Hopefully, next season, we might actually get to see more of the Titans functioning as a full team.

Picard Is The Star Trek We Need...


If I have one complaint about Star Trek: Picard - which began today on Amazon's Prime Video - it's that a single, 44-minute episode, isn't enough.

In the blink of an eye, it was all over and I'm going to have to wait a WHOLE WEEK for the next chapter in this beautifully engaging story.

Seven whole days! Oh, the calamity!

It's the end of the 24th Century, 14 years after Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) parted ways with Starfleet, in the wake of the events that began in Star Trek: Nemesis (the last of the Star Trek: The Next Generation movies).

He now spends his time pottering around his vineyard in France with his dog, Number One.

However - in the wake of a televised interview about his Starfleet career - he is approached by an impossible girl, Dahj (Isa Briones), who is being hunted by assassins and appears to have a connection to someone very dear to Jean-Luc.

And just like that, he is drawn back into a life of action and adventure...

Slyly political and topical, in that way the best Star Trek always was, Picard is an incredible, intelligent, slice of sci-fi that simultaneously stands on its own merits but also builds on everything that has gone before it in a most loving and respectful way.

There's combat and violence, but that's secondary to the emotional arc of the episode.

Elderly Picard is not an action hero, he has to think his way out of situations.

This is the smart Star Trek we need right now.

Starfleet - and the universe of Star Trek - has moved on since we last visited it in The Next Generation movies, and while another old enemy has seemingly been welcomed into the fold, there are new enemies causing new problems.

Although time has passed, and things have changed within the backstory of the show, this looks and feels like a natural evolution of old school Star Trek, particularly - of course - The Next Generation.

While I won't be reviewing every episode, I just wanted to pop up here and say that if you're a fan of Star Trek, then you need to watch Picard (as if you really needed telling!).

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