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Monday, 31 October 2016

Rachel's On A Blogging Roll...


Rachel continues her triumphant return to blogging with her latest - Halloween-themed - dolls house post about my own spooky castle project.

For my 40th birthday her dad built me a three-room Medieval tower to decorate (see below). In the ensuing decade, as Rachel's post explains, my fickle geeky tastes have been unable to settle on a single vision for the project, which has resulted in the accumulation of a lot of atmospheric fixtures and fittings but no real progress towards a finished building.

Read it, enjoy, and mock me at your leisure.

And don't forget to add Miniatures Make Me Happy to your blog roll.

Knight Tower...

Cable: Chronicles of Hope (X-Men Fan Film)

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

Map-A-Monday: United States Of Horror...

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Happy Harley Quinn Halloween!

Saturday, 29 October 2016

DVD Of The Week: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Out Of The Shadows (2016)


Having been pleasantly surprised by the first Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle film, I can report that the sequel, Out Of The Shadows, is more of the same.

There's some garish and befuddling CGI (but also a lot of very good CGI), breathless pacing, mind-boggling action sequences, a joyously simple plotline, some clunky dialogue and some very funny dialogue, a host of underdeveloped supporting characters, funky vehicles that look a lot like kids' toys brought to life (which, generally, they are), and Megan Fox in some skimpy outfits. What else were you expecting?

A year has passed since the events of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the general public are still oblivious to the existence of our heroes-in-a-half-shell, with former cameraman Vernon 'The Falcon' Fenwick (Will Arnett) being allowed to take the credit for single-handedly bringing down Shredder (Brian Tee) and his organisation.

The Turtles - and April O'Neil (Megan Fox) - learn that the Foot Clan is planning to bust their master - Shredder - out of the transport that is taking him to prison after his sentencing.

Thanks to Professor Baxter Stockman (Tyler Perry), the Foot has access to a primitive teleportation device, but when they use it to liberate Shredder it sends him to an alternate dimension ruled by the alien Commander Krang (voiced by Brad Garrett).

Krang returns Shredder to Earth with some toxic ooze - to transform subjects into mutant warriors - and the task of acquiring the missing pieces of a device to open a dimensional portal. This will allow Krang to ferry through his self-assembling Technodrome (a kind of mini LEGO Death Star), with which he intends to conjure the Earth. Bwahaha!

Shredder transforms two dumb goons into Rocksteady (Stephen Farrelly), a mutant rhino, and Bebop (Gary Anthony Williams), a mutant warthog, before the transformative ooze falls into the hands of the police.

The Turtles realise that this ooze could be used to change them into humans, which causes a lot of internal friction in the group, and so they try to steal it from the police, only to end up getting spotted by Police Chief Vincent (Laura Linney) and labelled as wanted monsters. This debacle ends with April under arrest, along with their new ally, former police officer Casey Jones (Arrow's very own Stephen Amell).

Speaking of underdeveloped supporting characters, for me, Casey Jones falls in to that category, largely because he only once dons the hockey mask he's known for in the comics and only really uses his hockey shtick a couple of times throughout the movie. Perhaps the next movie will see him go full comic book?

I felt this time round the CGI work on the Turtles themselves made them more individual - even beyond their different colour eye masks - with the combination of physicality and voice work (Noel Fisher as Michelangelo; Jeremy Howard as Donatello; Pete Ploszek as Leonardo; and Alan Ritchson as Raphael) giving each a unique persona that wasn't as strong (for me) in the first film.
Out of The Shadows clearly took a page out of the Avengers Assemble playbook with its final "alien invasion" sequence, but nevertheless this most definitely remains a Michael Bay vision of a Ninja Turtles film.

There are some really cool story moments, such as the uneasy alliance that develops between the police and the Turtles and our heroes insistence on continuing to remain "in the shadows".

But the main selling point of this film is its near non-stop action, served up with the gonzo creativity of a Fast And Furious flick or Mad Max outing (albeit cooked up with computers rather than through practical effects).

Again, hearkening back to my review of the first film, this is isn't high-brow material, or particularly angst-ridden superheroics (even if our heroes are supposed to be teenagers), it is what it is. And it's still a helluva lotta fun!

Within The Woods (The Original Evil Dead)


Within The Woods was the original 30-minute, proof-of-concept film from Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell - with a budget of $2,000 - to attract investors for their original Evil Dead movie. And I think we all know how that turned out!

Two Days To Harley Quinn Halloween!

Friday, 28 October 2016

Fleamarket Friday: What's The Deal With GRRM's Wild Cards?


With a TV show just over the horizon and new books coming out on a regular basis, George RR Martin's Wild Cards shared universe continues to go from strength-to-strength.

As a Christmas present, readers will be able to pick up a free Wild Cards yarn by Carrie Vaughn, The Thing About Growing Up In Jokertown, from Tor.com on December 21.

In the meantime, check out these short interviews with GRRM, Melinda Snodgrass, and a few of the authors, talking about the Wild Cards oeuvre and the latest mosaic novel, High Stakes:


Torn From From The Headlines: You Can Judge A PC By His NPCs...


Very soon I shall be challenging the Tuesday Knights to start thinking about their charters for our upcoming superhero game (hopefully using the Villains & Vigilantes 3.0: Mighty Protectors rules).

One of the areas I hope they'll put some thought into, outside of their character's basic power suite, is the (NPC) personalities they interact with on a regular basis, either in their costumed or civilian lives.

Here are some links, from Comic Book Resources (CBR.com), to inspirational non-player character types drawn from comics and movies, which might stir ideas for teen sidekicks, crooked politicians, or complex nemeses:

Fleamarket Friday: The Book That Will Make Your Supers' Campaign Even More Super...


Those of you that missed out on the Kickstarter to fund the new edition of Aaron Allston's seminal Strike Force supplement (Shame on you!) can now pick up the PDF from Hero Games for $20.

If you're thinking of running a supers game, then this is the one book you must have in your library.

The Hero Games' site describes Strike Force as follows:
A superhero setting like no other. A role-playing game campaign book that includes techniques and lessons from over 22 years of play. A tribute to one of the greatest creators in the RPG industry, created using Champions 6th Edition.

In 1988, Aaron Allston released Strike Force, a supplement detailing the first eight years of his superhero campaign. Noted for its extensive and highly-influential advice to gamemasters on how to run a long-term campaign, Strike Force was a landmark RPG publication.

We have now released an updated version of this classic book for the 21st Century. Aaron himself was designing this new edition of Strike Force before his untimely death, and we wanted to bring his work to life as a monument to Aaron's lasting influence on the RPG hobby.

This updated Strike Force sourcebook includes never-before-seen material detailing Aaron's multiversal superhero setting, compelling characters and villains, and updated and expanded advice from Superhero RPG veterans like Steve Kenson and Sean Patrick Fannon for how to run a campaign using "the Strike Force method."
Buying the PDF of Strike Force also gets you character write-ups using both the ICONS and Mutants & Masterminds systems.

Cosplay Goddess: Helen Stifler...


It's been a while since I've published a Cosplay Goddess feature, but my old pal Cal, over at the Cave Of Cool, profiled Helen Stifler the other day, and I have to echo his sentiment: "Now THIS is a face made for cosplay."

You can learn more about Helen over at her Facebook page.

October's Picture Parade...

Three Days To Harley Quinn Halloween!

Thursday, 27 October 2016

State Of The 'Press...

Bye-Bye, Kai! Have a lovely life in Spain...

It's taking me longer than I'd thought to get back to normal, after the 10 days of Operation: Gamesoom. To be honest, it's now looking as though HeroPress won't be up to full speed again until after Halloween.

My old computer is really grinding to a halt now, so I'm thinking I should be investing in a new one soon, which will also play merry havoc with the publication of HeroPress during the transition. That's looking like another "birthday" investment!

Nick (Green) popped round yesterday morning, which was great as I haven't seen him for over a year. Sadly he can't make it to my "50th Birthday Meal" next month... because his band has a gig that evening, which is just the coolest excuse.

To make up for that he has offered to take me to the cinema one day. As he now works just four days a week, it'll be easy to go during the day when the cinema isn't too crowded.

When Rachel was sorting through my disorganised files, she unearthed a load of old photographs that could make interesting Throwback Thursday posts, so I'm hoping to get to those in the near future.

In other news, as I mentioned back in January, Kai, the orang-utan I have "sponsored" for almost a decade at the world-famous Monkey World rescue centre, near Bournemouth, has moved overseas to start a new life at a centre in Spain.

The latest issue of Monkey World's Ape Rescue Chronicle (pictured above) has a feature on Kai's successful emigration to the Rio Safari in Elche, Spain.

This means that as from my birthday next month, a new ape will enter my life: a chimpanzee called Mojo (X-Men fans will get why I picked that particular primate).

I'll tell you more about Mojo when my adoption pack arrives!

Four Days To Harley Quinn Halloween!

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Philip Reeve's Mortal Engines Is Heading To The Big Screen...


Almost seven years after we first heard rumblings that Peter Jackson would be bringing the world of Philip Reeve's Mortal Engines to the silver screen, this week we learned a bit more about the project.

On Monday, Philip revealed the official press release on his blog:
Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh (The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies) are making the feature Mortal Engines, based on the award winning book series of the same name from British author Philip Reeve.

Jackson and Walsh have co-written the screenplay with collaborator Philippa Boyens (The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies). Christian Rivers is attached to direct. Christian has spent the majority of his 25-year career working closely with Jackson, beginning as a Story Board Artist, later moving into supervising visual effects and finally serving as Splinter Unit Director on The Hobbit trilogies. Christian won an Academy Award for his work on the 2005 film, King Kong (Best Achievement in Visual Effects). He also recently served as second unit director on the remake of Pete’s Dragon. Mortal Engines is his first project as Director.

"Christian is one of my closest collaborators," says Jackson. "The combination of emotion and jaw-dropping visuals in Mortal Engines makes this the perfect movie for his move into feature directing. What Christian intends to do with Philip Reeve’s terrific story is going to result in an original and spectacular movie. I wish I could see it tomorrow!"

"Mortal Engines is one of those stories that was made for the big screen," says Rivers. "A fantastical, futuristic world that has to be seen to be believed. At its heart though, it’s a beautiful love story and a richly complex character driven adventure. To be the director who gets to bring Philip Reeve’s incredible universe to life is a dream come true."

"I’m thrilled that Christian, Fran, Philippa and Peter are bringing my book to the screen," said Philip Reeve. "They’ve created some of the most memorable imaginary worlds in modern cinema, so I can’t wait to experience their vision of the world of Mortal Engines."
This is a major step forward, although still no target date for release. The Lord Of The Rings is one of the finest cinematic sagas in my opinion, so I hope that's the magic Jackson and his team conjure to bring my favourite author's masterpiece to life.

All being well, this will eventually mean that the general public will talk about the world of Mortal Engines in the same way they now talk about Harry Potter. Who knows, perhaps in my lifetime we'll even get to see a Mortal Engines theme park off the back of this. But I'm probably getting a bit carried away.

This latest announcement has garnered a fair amount of coverage on other news sites. Here's a selection:

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