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Film & TV / Re: Marvel Superheroes hit Netflix
« Last post by Keef Monkey on Today at 09:26:36 am »
Looks promising. Not sure the changes to the origin were necessary - I always found the 'family killed in a crossfire' story satisfying enough. Still, shouldn't really get in the way of the shooty action!

Yeah the only part of that which confused me in the trailer (and bearing in mind I'm halfway through Luke Cage and haven't seen Iron Fist or Defenders yet) is that I thought they'd already covered his family's death in Daredevil, and it was the shootout in the park by the carousel. This trailer seems to suggest they were killed at home.

I could be totally misremembering the events of Daredevil though, it was a while ago!

Trailer looks immense though, and very authentically Punisher.
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Prog / Re: Prog 2049 - The Final Shades of Grey?
« Last post by Jim_Campbell on Today at 08:50:14 am »
All in all I really enjoyed it and made the commute up the M77 a lot more fun than usual

Shouldn't you really be watching the road?
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Prog / Re: Prog 2049 - The Final Shades of Grey?
« Last post by Pegasus P Artichoke on Today at 08:38:23 am »
Just read the prog on my way into work this morning and enjoyed it

Dredd was a good ending to a great story, really liked the art work throughout and the story was top notch, also wouldn't be surprised to see the fall out from this included in a future strip...I think the SJS might come calling as already mentioned.

The Alienist I enjoyed the run and would be happy to see it in the prog again, perfectly fine piece of story telling

Greysuit I have really liked, thought it was a fun send up of the action spy genre, really good. But part of my hopes that it's finished as I think sometimes it's nice to have a proper ending to a story instead of it keep coming back and tarnishing itself by just sort of meandering along (if that makes any sense)

Hope I loved, loved the it first time round and loved it even more this time round. Everything just clicked for me the pace, the tone, the art and the style excellent stuff and hope it comes back sooner than later.

Future Shock was really good as well, didn't see the twist coming at the end which is the whole point yeah really good stuff.

All in all I really enjoyed it and made the commute up the M77 a lot more fun than usual
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Film & TV / Re: Han Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
« Last post by Spaceghost on Today at 08:01:51 am »
the hints still don't exactly inspire.  Most recent:  looks like the spice mines of Kessel are definitely going to feature, in addition to the eponymous run-sigh-

I'll see your -sigh- and raise you a FFS. Interest definitely waning…

Has anyone involved in the film yet used the phrase "We'll finally get to see..." in reference to this? As though none of us have been able to enjoy the original films because we haven't seen every second of every character's lives.

It's only a matter of time.
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Film & TV / Re: Han Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
« Last post by Jim_Campbell on Today at 07:06:09 am »
the hints still don't exactly inspire.  Most recent:  looks like the spice mines of Kessel are definitely going to feature, in addition to the eponymous run-sigh-

I'll see your -sigh- and raise you a FFS. Interest definitely waning…
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Film & TV / Re: Marvel Superheroes hit Netflix
« Last post by Jim_Campbell on Today at 07:03:11 am »
Bottom line: naughty people - need punishment!

And Metallica.
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Film & TV / Re: Han Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
« Last post by TordelBack on Today at 12:55:52 am »
Ron Howard seems to constitute the entirety of the Han Solo PR team, and while I like his style, the hints still don't exactly inspire.  Most recent:  looks like the spice mines of Kessel are definitely going to feature, in addition to the eponymous run-sigh-
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Announcements / Re: 3A Toys/Rebellion Press Release
« Last post by SIP on 20 September, 2017, 10:33:10 pm »
I'd say he was 90% Bolland, with a mixture of Greg Staples and Cliff Robinson thrown in for the last 10%. The shoulder pads are unmistakably 100% Bolland design though. The look of the various armor pieces and weapons are all very "Planet Replicas".

The quality is excellent on this figure. It leaves the 1/12 version that 3a did miles behind in the dust. Very solid body with nice ratchet joints and sturdy wrist pegs, just a massive improvement all round. I am very impressed with him.

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Prog / Re: Prog 2049 - The Final Shades of Grey?
« Last post by IndigoPrime on 20 September, 2017, 10:17:55 pm »
Mm. That Dredd finale didn't sit right with me either. The apology felt right, but the sentencing was the kind of thing he'd have kicked another judge's arse for in any other strip.

Elsewhere, it was broadly a decent prog. The Future Shock was really smartly done and my favourite thing in the Prog, Hope and Alienist ended in a manner that just about makes me want to see more of both, and Greysuit ended.
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Announcements / Re: 3A Toys/Rebellion Press Release
« Last post by Mikey on 20 September, 2017, 10:14:08 pm »
Been fiddling around with Dredd and it seems with every new pose I put him in, I get another artist vibe. I initially saw him as mostly Bollandish, with a dash of Staples and Dillon, mixed with McMahon lite boots, but the eagle and shoulder pads exude Ezquerra.

So, so good!
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