Other than Microsoft’s announcement of their
imminent and horrible demise their newest system, the XBOX DUMB ONE, there was another surprise awaiting this morning: a sneak peek into the newest Marvel Animated Series coming to Disney XD. Officially premiering in June, Marvel has put the premiere episode on iTunes to drum up interest.
As you can tell, it’s all about Marvel’s latest cash cow, those goofy bastards in the brightly colored costumes who come together when they don’t have anything better to do. Or as Johnny Casual would say: Those guys from the movies.
Well, it looks like that’s the audience Marvel is after with this new re-invention, Avengers Assemble. Unlike it’s more nerd-friendly predecessor, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, this show has a cast that any movie viewing kid will recognize…plus The Falcon (gotta get that diversity hire). It has more good guys fighting bad guys and less episodes to beat up said bad guy. Man of Action are executively producing this, seeing as they’re the go to guys for marketing happy action shows (Re: Ben 10) This is so kid friendly that kids would rather eat this up then the latest XBOX. That’s what Head of Marvel Television Jeph loeb (Yes! THAT Jeph Loeb) implies anyways. I mean nothing can ever be as bad as that presentation….right?
Oh god NO. This is just as bad. JUST AS BAD.
Disney ABC Confirmed last week that they would pick up the pilot for the eagerly anticipated television sequel to The Avengers: MARVEL’S Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
When Earth’s Mightiest Heroes can’t (or won’t) do shit, Fury calls on his elite soldiers to take care of things regular law enforcement can’t. We get some new agents, some new toys and what possibly be a cameo from Luke Cage. SWEET CHRISTMAS!
Oh and this guy is back…
You can catch a better trailer during the season finale of ABC’s Once Upon a Time, 8PM EST.
Ok, so I got to read The Superior Spider-Man #9 during my lunch break (Free Comic Book Day FTW), and I was, frankly, disappointed. Then, as I headed back to work, I got to thinking.
Before I get into this, let’s recap for the uninitiated who don’t care about spoilers.
Hello Everyone. This is GetSelious and this BookShelf Episode we discuss well what is a father. Due to recent events. Zslash’s father past away. So as we get emotional and divulge what a father is we go through two graphic novels with different fatherly figures. We discuss heavily of the multiple father characters in Marguerite Abouet’s and Clément Oubrerie’s book Aya Life in Yop City. As well as making comparisons to Marjane Satrapi’s father in Persepolis.
Hello everyone, this is GetSelious and I’m back again with ZSlash and Elf With A Silly Hat to bring you guys another episode of BookShelf. This time we discuss Fascism and all of its elements with two books Maus by Art Spiegelman and Judge Dredd: America by John Wagner and Colin MacNeil. So sit back enjoy as we discuss, rant, and maybe crack a joke or two.