June Unboxing: ‘US’ 4K Steelbook and John Carpenter’s ‘Tales of Science Fiction: Twitch’ Series!

 

Logan Myerz unboxes Jordan Peele’s US 4K Steelbook and John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Twitch Comic Book Series! Stay tuned for more unboxing videos next month!

Thanks to our friends over at Storm King Productions and Sphinx PR!

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Review – Dark Phoenix (2019)

by Kevin Muller

In the year 2000, the first X-Men dropped and showed us that it was possible to create a comic book movie that felt real, while containing the themes of alienation and prejudice. All these modern day super-hero films, from The Dark Knight films to Marvel’s vast cinematic library, owes a great amount of gratitude to what director Bryan Singer brought to that film. This will be the last time we see these characters under the control of 20th Century Fox. Disney, which owns Marvel, merged with the company and now have control of the mutants, so it is only a matter of time until we see a reboot of the story and its characters. For their final go with the property, Fox have decided to adapt the ever popular Dark Phoenix saga again. They touched upon it in 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand, with mixed results. Does this film improve on it?

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Review – Hit-Girl : Season 2 (2019)

by Bob Ward

Ok, so I have to admit something, I love Kevin Smith! I love all  his movies (except Jersey Girl)  his comics have been hit or miss for me, while his Batman Stories have been great, his run on Green Hornet just left me a little, lets say deflated. So this comic is one of the better ones, which I was truly worried about, as I loved the comics Kick-Ass and it sequels. Hit-Girl season 2 has a bunch of stuff to make fans of the comics and movies happy.

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Review – Captain Marvel (2019)

by Armando Vanegas

Captain Marvel is the latest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the unforgettable events that occurred in Avengers: Infinity War. Since Infinity War left things in a way that made the audience curious about what would happen next, it was interesting to see what they come up with. All things considered, the next movie had to be something notable and memorable to leave the audience wanting more. Being that Captain Marvel was their first solo female superhero movie, I wanted to see what they could do with this material, and see if this would satisfying my appetite until Endgame came out. DC did a good job in creating an entertaining movie with Wonder Woman, which handled similar material of women who are able to be fighters in their own world and struggling to find their place and humanity in ours. While it’s admirable that Marvel finally put a female superhero at the forefront in one of their movies, this is still a “by the numbers” origin story that you’ve seen time and time again. Still, it’s watchable and it will be pleasing for those just wanting a movie that just cuts to the chase to provide a mostly standalone Sci-Fi action adventure movie. Marvel competently made a movie that seemed to hit the mark for a lot of people and that’s cool. It will be most agreeable for those who are either the most casual Marvel fans or the diehards who always rewatch all the movies leading up to their latest chapter.

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Review – Farmhand TPB Volume 1: Reap What Was Sown (2019)

by Bob Ward

What would happen if there was a way to grow organs and other body parts instead of waiting for a donor? In Rob Guillory’s latest project Farmhand, we get a look into that world. This starts with a farmer (Jedidah) who creates a plant that eliminates the need to wait for transplants to help individuals in need, grow them. Jedidah grows almost everything including arms on a tree. Jedidah’s son Ezekiel and him have a fall out and the issue starts with Ezekiel returning to his hometown to reluctantly join the family business.

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