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Prog / Re: Prog 2058 - A Frosty Reception
« Last post by Woolly on Today at 05:54:21 pm »
Nerve Centre -- Woah!?? What's this week's Damage Report on about?  Could it be a sly hint that Rebellion are doing a high-quality digitisation of the full 2000 AD archive?  If so, I'd gleefully pay a subscription for that.  Sign me up now.  Where do I send my bank details?

Its a reference to the new coloured edition of Halo Jones that's coming out, probably.
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Film & TV / Re: Justice League 2017
« Last post by Robin Low on Today at 05:50:45 pm »
Having skipped BvS, this was my first encounter with Affleck’s Wayne/Batman, and he’s fine.

I had the good fortune not to see BvS at the cinema, but instead eventually watched the extended version on disc. Like the few others I've spoken too in the same position, I quite enjoyed it - possibly the benefit of extremely low expectations (I was a bit disappointed by WW for the opposite reason). However, one thing that came out of it for me is that Ben Affleck is my favourite Batman and my favourite Bruce Wayne by far. An absolute thug of a man.

(I still like Michael Keaton, although the awe I felt as a 19 year old watching Batman has long since evaporated.)

Regards,

Robin
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Film & TV / Re: Justice League 2017
« Last post by Jim_Campbell on Today at 05:28:06 pm »
Pleasantly surprised - I really enjoyed that.

Likewise. Perhaps having my expectations pre-lowered helped, but I really did enjoy it.

I have to concur with previous criticism of the DC/Warner movies, in as much as they desperately need to fire their production and costume designers and find an aesthetic that isn’t so unrelentingly ugly, but otherwise, it was fine.

I’m not even going to play the “Well, clearly Joss Whedon did all the bits I liked” game, because i thought it all hung together pretty well. Having skipped BvS, this was my first encounter with Affleck’s Wayne/Batman, and he’s fine. Cyborg’s a bit dull, but the other characters all work well, and I’d certainly plonk down cash for Momoa’s solo Aquaman movie.

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Books & Comics / Re: SLAUGHTER HAWK.
« Last post by David Broughton on Today at 05:15:24 pm »
Deadpool?

Hi Smith, thanks for the comment. Unfortunately I can't really tell you why he really isn't Dead Pool at the moment as I have to protect the story and the 700+ hours work I have already put into this, my first Super Hero type story.  As a small press creator I do really work hard to produce this stuff and I do also contibute a lot to the 2000AD fanzines Zarjaz and Dogbreath.  In fact I have drawn around 26 scripts for them which must be getting on for around 200 or so pages.  I also used to contibute to the 2000AD forum Christmas Advent calenar in the form of 25 page Judge Dredd comics.  Here is a link to Judge Dredd 'Bad Crop' in the PDF file format .pdf]http://www.futurequake.co.uk/imagebucket/Downloads/JD-BadCrop[Final].pdf  I hope you enjoy it and once again thanks for taking the time to comment. :)
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Prog / Re: Prog 2058 - A Frosty Reception
« Last post by Mattofthespurs on Today at 04:35:40 pm »
Marvelous  >:(

Still, it's on my Cineworld card so no extra cost
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Prog / Re: Prog 2058 - A Frosty Reception
« Last post by Richard on Today at 04:28:21 pm »
I like Indigo Prime. It's a shame it's taking a break, but that's likely to be so that the artist can catch up, rather than because the new writer has hot tired of it already.  ::)
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Prog / Re: Prog 2058 - A Frosty Reception
« Last post by dweezil2 on Today at 04:19:57 pm »


Could get worse. Off to see Justice League tomorrow.

It's gonna get worse!!!!!  :lol:
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Off Topic / Re: RIPs
« Last post by von Boom on Today at 04:13:02 pm »
Just saw the news about Malcolm Young. The man had mighty riffs. RIP.
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Film & TV / Re: Justice League 2017
« Last post by dweezil2 on Today at 04:00:47 pm »
What a turkey!

Flat, uninspired direction, equally flat performances, ropey effects and a excruciatingly formulaic and cliche ridden plot.
I'm really at a loss to find any positives-maybe some of the Amazonian home world stuff.
Worse still, it was unrelenting tedious-an utterly depressing and hollow experience.
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General / Re: 2000AD Original Art Thread
« Last post by Dr Feeley Good on Today at 03:47:13 pm »
Some pages that arrived this week,got them direct from Dave Kendall,who was an absolute gent to deal with.......



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