Tagged: Comic Book Movies and TV Shows

VIDEO: The Mask (1994)

It’s the debut of the Graphic Novel Picture Show, where your host Solkir presents a retrospective of the history of comic book movies! In this episode, he looks at Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz
in the 1994 adaptation of the Dark Horse comic The Mask, about a guy who puts on the Mask of Loki and gains the ability to alter reality, and discusses how the movie measures up to its source material.

VIDEO: Ultimate Spider-Man

This episode, Sofie is joined by Joey Tedesco to discuss a show they both hate with a passion: the 2012 animated series Ultimate Spider-Man, which has nothing to do with Marvel’s line of Ultimate comics, or its regular comics, or anything Spider-Man related for that matter.

Swamp Thing (1982)

Swamp Thing is quite simply the best damn movie about a swamp creature fighting a sort of fake-looking wild boar/gator hybrid that used to be a French guy while Adrienne Barbeau and her cleavage watch anxiously.”

VIDEO: The Losers (2010)

Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, and Zoe Saldana, The Losers is about a military unit framed for a crime they didn’t commit, and their mission to take down the man who set them up. Be a winner, and watch this review of The Losers!

VIDEO: Analyzing the Avengers: Hawkeye

Oh, Clint, you so sassy. In this episode, Ursa chats about some aspects of Hawkeye’s character in The Avengers, and then gets overexcited by the Hawkeye Initiative, and its sterling efforts in highlighting the ridiculousness of female poses in comics. Good job there, Agent Barton!

VIDEO: Wonder Woman (1974)

Dr. O’Boogie intrudes on Sofie’s territory with his own review of the Wonder Woman pilot! No, not the one with Lynda Carter, or the one with Adrianne Palicki—this was the very first attempt to bring the Amazon Princess to life, starring future That’s Incredible host Cathy Lee Crosby as a blonde Wonder Woman with a lame costume and no powers, unless you count her amazing ability to always be on the phone.

VIDEO: Superman vs. Spider-Man XXX (2012)

Porn Critic reviews Axel Braun’s latest, Superman vs. Spider-Man XXX. Yes, it’s a parody of a classic 1976 comic… supposedly. And it’s probably the only time you’ll ever see these two superheroes on screen
together, ever. Seriously, this will never ever happen in a 
mainstream movie. So it doesn’t even matter that the movie is rubbish; it’s
just pure fanboy essentialness… with boobs.

Max Fleischer's Superman (part 5 of 5)

“And here we catch a brief glimpse of the seething anger Clark Kent must keep bottled deep inside. The resentment of being constantly humiliated by Lois Lane, and of being upstaged by her repeatedly, even as he must save her life. Can’t he have this one simple little story, Lois? Just this one?!”

Max Fleischer's Superman (part 4 of 5)

“And here we catch a brief glimpse of the seething anger Clark Kent must keep bottled deep inside. The resentment of being constantly humiliated by Lois Lane, and of being upstaged by her repeatedly, even as he must save her life. Can’t he have this one simple little story, Lois? Just this one?!”

Max Fleischer's Superman (part 3 of 5)

“And here we catch a brief glimpse of the seething anger Clark Kent must keep bottled deep inside. The resentment of being constantly humiliated by Lois Lane, and of being upstaged by her repeatedly, even as he must save her life. Can’t he have this one simple little story, Lois? Just this one?!”

Max Fleischer's Superman (part 2 of 5)

“And here we catch a brief glimpse of the seething anger Clark Kent must keep bottled deep inside. The resentment of being constantly humiliated by Lois Lane, and of being upstaged by her repeatedly, even as he must save her life. Can’t he have this one simple little story, Lois? Just this one?!”

Max Fleischer's Superman (part 1 of 5)

“And here we catch a brief glimpse of the seething anger Clark Kent must keep bottled deep inside. The resentment of being constantly humiliated by Lois Lane, and of being upstaged by her repeatedly, even as he must save her life. Can’t he have this one simple little story, Lois? Just this one?!”