Hartley talks with Aaron Harrison (Drunk Batman, Deathstroke and Meatbag!) from Harrison Arts and what he’s been working on in the CW DC Universe, and other nerdy stuffs!
Always GREAT to see Aaron (one day I’d like to talk to my old friend for more than 5 mins at a comic con!). Great show, Hartley! Side note: It was fun to see Hartley as a Demon in Hell, laughing at Crowley in this weeks episode of Supernatural! 🙂
This looks like a dirty, grim, dark and yet VERY appealing new show on coming to FX starring Tom Hardy (Fnck YEAH), Ridley Scott & Steven Knight. Also starring Jonathan Pryce who’s an amazing actor in his own right.
So it seems that Entertainment Weekly reports actor Finn Jones will play Danny Rand aka Iron Fist in Marvel‘s fourth Netflix series by the same name, Iron Fist.
Finn Jones is likely best known as Ser Loras Tyrell, the Knight of Flowers, on HBO‘s Game of Thrones.
Well, HELLO there Elektra! More on Daredevil’s new costume and check out those Red eyes! 🙂
“They’re called The HAND!” – Stick
Can’t wait for Season 2 of Daredevil which hits Netflix on March 18.
This episode of the Venture Brothers is all about The Blue Morpho, the Trio looking for new invention as they settle on mind control gas. Hank is getting ready to get his date on while Brock goes through a crisis as he deals with an arch.
The wiki summary goes a little like this:
With his relationship with his wife continuing to sour, the Monarch struggles to come to terms with the truth about his father. Meanwhile, Dr. Venture, Billy and Pete try to come up with an invention to present at a conference J.J. had scheduled an appearance for prior to his death. After rejecting several of Billy and Pete’s proposals, Dr. Venture discovers the existence of “God Gas,” a gaseous weapon capable of making targets susceptible to mind control, and enthusiastically orders testing. Harangutan, a brutish supervillain, attacks the building and injures Sgt. Hatred, then gets into a war of egos with Brock until Warriana, one of the members of the mercenary superhero group, interferes. When Harangutan returns, Venture uses the God Gas on him and accidentally afflicts Billy and Brock with it as well. Under the effects of the gas, Brock hallucinates Warriana as an actual goddess and goes to her apartment for a tryst, while Harangutan suffers a mental breakdown and violently attacks Billy. The Monarch and 21 – having adopted the Blue Morpho and Kano identities for themselves in order to eliminate competition to the Monarch’s claim on arching Venture – intervene, kill Harangutan and rescue Billy, who mistakes the Blue Morpho’s identity as Dr. Venture himself. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch catches the Monarch and 21 when they return home, angrily believing that he went out on “date night” with 21 to spite her. The Monarch allows her to believe this in order to hide his activity as the Blue Morpho.
With that part out of the way, let’s get into the thick of it. The Monarch is still hung up on of the idea being a hero which he clearly disapproves of but this is a time for change and in order to break the cycle as well as regaining what he had (mostly the arching rights to Venture) – he must become something else, someone else.
Check out the newest story trailer for Naughty Dog’s latest in the Uncharted series, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End!
So I’ve decided that perhaps I need to take a step back & cool off about the upcoming Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice movie. Perhaps I’m WAY off base & all the reasons I’m NOT a fan of the Christopher Nolan Batflicks is silly. Forget about Superman breaking the fundamentals of the character because Zac Snyder doesn’t know shit about the Supes including having BatFleck using a gun in BvS. Yeah. Maybe it’s all just me.
I mean, maybe it’s okay if the upcoming Dark Knight 3 comicbooks show Batman sporting a big fncking gun. right? Right? RIGHT?
We have a duel review of the The Division Open Beta that was released last weekend. Enjoy!