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Monday, 6 July 2020

Musical Monday: Volcano Man (Fire Saga)



Legendary stars of the Eurovision Song Contest get together - remotely - for a cover version of Fire Saga's song, Volcano Man, from the Netflix comedy, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga.

Map-A-Monday: Metalverse


Earth is turned upside down, shrouded in a realm of darkness after the Justice League’s defeat by the cosmic goddess Perpetua. Now the Batman Who Laughs and his army of Dark Knights rule the planet, wreaking havoc on humanity and raining destruction on the world.
The latest in DC's never-ending parade of crossover events sees the Earth enveloped in the Dark Multiverse...

Click this link for a full-sized PDF version of the map of the Land Of The Batman Who Laughs in the Metalverse or visit this site for an interactive version.

Musical Monday: Roses In The Hospital (Manic Street Preachers)



Live from Top of the Pops, 1993

Saturday, 4 July 2020

When The Fictional Horror Becomes Real...


Cursed Films is a five-part documentary series which explores the myths and legends behind some of Hollywood’s notoriously “cursed” horror film productions.

From plane accidents and bombings during the making of The Omen, to the rumoured use of real human skeletons on the set of Poltergeist, these stories are legendary amongst film fans and filmmakers alike.

Were these films really cursed, as many believe, or just the victims of bad luck and bizarre circumstances?
If you've been paying attention over the years, you'll know that this is just the sort of thing that tickles my fancy, serving as the perfect fodder for my over-stimulated gamer brain that sees potential plot hooks round every corner.

Sadly, this is a Shudder show and I ain't paying for yet another streaming service, so I'll wait for Cursed Films to be given a wider audience.

Did you notice how all these films are horror films? Makes for great publicity, doesn't it?

Aliens and Predators Will Hunt Fresh Prey In Marvel Comics Next Year...


Forget the Brood, because of O.G. xenomorphs from Alien are coming to Marvel Comics next year, along with the Predator.

If you've been wondering what Disney is going to do with the Alien and Predator properties since acquiring Fox, then this looks like a first step.

Starting in 2021, Marvel will be publishing new stories set in the franchises of Alien, Predator, and Alien vs Predator, which will "feature new and classic characters from Earth and beyond to explore never-before-seen corners of both the Alien and Predator universes".

So, that's another I.P. - like Conan - that Marvel has snatched from under the nose of Dark Horse.

Will this mean, as Marvel has done with Conan, that the Xenomorph XX121 and the Yautja will be crossing over into the Marvel Universe?

I'd pay to see that!

SHAZAM! The History Of Captain Marvel...

The Echoes of Shazam! by Alex Ross

Happy Fourth Of July To My American Pals!


Friday, 3 July 2020

Super-Team Family Marks 3,000 Issues...


I've been a massive fan of the incredible work of Ross Pearsall and his mind-blowing "what if" comic book covers over at Super-Team Family for years.

This week, he celebrated his 3,000th issue, with a bumper post, complete with a Twinkies advert, a PSA, a look back at some themes that have run through his creations, and a little peek behind the curtain with some insight into his creative guidelines.

That's a lot of team-ups that never happened... but should have!

If you love the classic era of comics and aren't already checking out Super-Team Family, what are you waiting for?

Industrious artist and comics fan Ross creates imaginary covers featuring "the greatest stars from DC, Marvel and beyond!"

Warning! It would be very easy to lose yourself for an afternoon just trawling through his blog and putting stories to the artwork.

The site is very well tagged if you're looking for specific characters and Ross provides commentary beneath each cover.

Stars Of Stargirl Praise The Passion Of Creator Geoff Johns...


Coming to Prime Video in the UK on August 21, DC’s Stargirl follows high school sophomore Courtney Whitmore as she inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to stop the villains of the past.

This new drama reimagines DC’s Stargirl and the very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America, in an unpredictable series
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Barry Teams Up With Big Bang's Bialik To Deliver Flash Facts About Our Galaxy...


Have you ever wondered what’s at the bottom of the sea? Why polar ice melts? Or which tools forensic scientists use to solve a crime?

Well, look no further!

Everyone’s favourite Scarlet Speedster is here to answer all your burning questions in Flash Facts.

In this new Middle Grade anthology graphic novel, Barry Allen, with the help of some of his close friends, will take readers on an exciting journey that examines everything from the vast expanse of our galaxy to the smallest living organism known to exist.

Curated by award-winning actress and author Mayim Bialik, PhD (aka Amy of The Big Bang Theory), and featuring stories created by an all-star cast of writers and illustrators, this anthology aligns with Next Generation Science Standards and provides a helpful bridge between the lessons taught inside the classroom and our everyday lives.

With Bialik’s oversight, the short stories demonstrate various S.T.E.M. principles and will star Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and other superheroes from DC comics.

The 10 "terrific tales" will be written and drawn by some of the most popular writers and artists in middle grade and comics publishing, including New York Times bestselling author Michael Northrop (TombQuest, Dear Justice League), Dustin Hansen (Microsaurs, My Video Game Ate My Homework), Cecil Castellucci (Batgirl), Kirk Scroggs (Snoop Troop, The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid), Corinna Bechko, Sholly Fisch, Amanda Deibert, Vita Ayala, Amy Chu, and others.

Flash Facts is scheduled to go on sale everywhere books are sold on February 2, 2021, with an MSRP of $9.99.

What The Hell Is Going On In That House?


Amulet follows Tomaz (Secareanu), a former soldier who is left homeless after an accident and takes refuge in the decaying home of Magda (Juri), a lonely young woman in desperate need of help as she cares for her ailing mother.

At first hesitant, Magda soon welcomes Tomaz into their lives.

But as he gets closer to and begins to fall for Magda, Tomaz notices strange and unexplainable phenomena.

Something seems very wrong with the mysterious old woman who never leaves the top floor, and Tomaz begins to suspect that Magda may in fact be a prisoner to her otherworldly bidding.

Review Round-up: Floor Is Lava; I Am Heath Ledger; Eurovision Song Contest - The Story of Fire Saga

Floor Is Lava (2020): There's a certain subset of physical game shows that I love because they hit a certain a sweet-spot in my Dungeons & Dragons-primed brain.

Seen through a certain gamesmastery-lens, the challenges of Floor is Lava, the latest such show from Netflix, could easily be upscaled to a roleplaying dungeon adventure setting.

Inspired by the game all kids (and a lot of students) have played at some time - even if they called it something else - the challenge is to circumvent a room without treading on the floor. Because "the floor is lava".

The gameshow has obviously supersized the contest, filling a room with gallons of bubbling orange juice (substituting for real lava) and an array of quirky furniture, depending on the theme of the room.

With each show being its own competition (tteams competing for a $10,000 prize), the creators are free to change things up every so often, so sometimes it's only two teams competing, instead of three, and sometimes the teams have two members instead of three.

There is, of course,nothing funnier than seeing people fall over and Floor Is Lava has this in spades, whether slipping on a wet landing surface, misjudging a jump etc.

Some of the faceplants look incredibly painful and I'm genuinely surprised that we haven't heard about people being seriously injured.

If the show has a downside, it's the painful earnestness - or aggravating laddishness - of some of the more extroverted contestants, but these, thankfully, are in a minority.

I Am Heath Ledger (2017): In my time as a local reporter, I wrote enough obituaries to see I Am Heath Ledger for what it is.

A loving homage to the incredibly talented actor, rather than a deep dive documentary, this 90-minute movie profiles a "force of nature" that burned brightly, but feared his own mortality.

Interwoven with Heath Ledger's own words and emotional testimony from his friends and family, we are introduced to an incredibly gifted actor, photographer, artist, chess prodigy, film maker, musician, who was constantly 'on'.

It seems that when he wasn't "in character" for a film role, his brain wouldn't shut down and he was always conjuring up fresh ideas.

An engine of creativity, rather than a Joker-esque "agent of chaos", he truly wanted to suck out the marrow of life, do everything, and do it to the best of his ability, while supporting and encouraging his friends.

But, because of this, he also hardly slept and that led to his being prescribed sleeping tablets, which would ultimately be his downfall.

Although the film skims through his acting roles, it notes his change in approach after the success of A Knight's Tale, and how he didn't welcome limelight, but rather wanted to focus on the craft of film making.

In a similar vein to the heartbreaking Love, Antosha, this is another example of a talent lost way too soon, because of a tragic accident (Ledger accidentally overdosed on prescription sleeping tablets in 2008, after finishing filming The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus).

However, in trying to be upbeat and positive, I Am Heath Ledger doesn't quite connect, or feel as rounded, as that other movie.

Eurovision Song Contest - The Story of Fire Saga (2020): When Icelandic wannabe pop stars Fire Saga - Lars (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams) - are chosen as their homelands entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, Lars sees this as an opportunity to prove to his miserable father, Erick (Pierce Brosnan) that he is not a laughing stock.

Sigrit just sees it as a chance to cement her lifelong feelings for Lars, but she doesn't count on the interference of the charming Russian contestant, Alexander Lemtov (Legion's Dan Stevens), whose interest in her may be more than just mind-games.

Throw in some great pop tunes and quirky moments of unexpected Icelandic folklore, and you've got a mildly entertaining, if clichéd, underdog story.

As a long-time fan of Eurovision, I have to say I was delighted that Will Ferrell and Andrew Steele's script doesn't take the piss out of the contest.

In fact, it's clearly been heavily researched, as the film captures the delightful madness of the contest perfectly, even if the technical minutiae isn't always quite right.

The script is peppered with perceptive one-liners about the beloved contest, and ultimately finds redemption for all the main characters.

While I'm not sure if the film truly captures the campness of Eurovision, there's plenty of snippets of songs, and all of these could easily be entries in the real contest.

But where the film stumbles is that at two hours it's way too long, and feels it, and the tone seems peculiarly uneven - including a throwaway murder that has no consequences.

The whole sequence when Lars storms out and goes home (the low point that serves as the turning point into the film's third act) is preposterous, relying, as it does, on us accepting the fact that no one would talk to Lars about the one thing that needs to be said until he is out on a fishing boat.

A patchy comedy, with some heart-warming brilliance in the elements directly connected to the song contest, The Story of Fire Saga is let down by some meandering padding along the way.

If nothing else, I would hope Will Ferrell's film generates more interest in the actual contest from potential fans on the other side of The Pond.

Eurovision Song Contest - The Story of Fire Saga can be found on Netflix.

Thursday, 2 July 2020

Earl Norem's Fantastic Four...


I've shared my admiration for Earl Norem's painted artwork before on HeroPress, but I couldn't pass up the vintage majesty of this recent Tumblr find.

Here he is depicting my favourite superhero team, The Fantastic Four, in 1984's  The Island of Danger, by David Anthony Kraft, a Big Looker storybook.

Apparently, the FF go on an island vacation and end up battling a giant octopus!

I suspect the story doesn't live up to the gorgeous artwork.

Look at Sue riding Reed!!! That picture is worth the price of admission alone!
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