Behind all the pomp and grandeur, he still has to do the shit jobs we all do. continue reading »
Stunning. just. Stunning. Bonus points for making Superman look like Christopher Reeve! continue reading »
THIS IS AMERICA! WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO SUPERMAN?! Also made me laugh how he thought the start of the film was set in the middle ages even though an idiot would know it was set in Nazi Germany.
This is a fantastic home-made Superman video. It has a rough but elegant charm to it. I would love for DC to approve a run of these as a web series. Keep watching until the end to see the making of!
I finally managed to get my grubby little hands on a copy of Superman/Batman Public Enemies the other day! continue reading »
PRE ORDERED!!! Due for release on the 27th December 2010. Available to Pre Order from Play.com
Note: Clicking on the link above and buying the product will not make me any money, nor have I been paid to post this. I love Batman. I’m buying the DVD. That’s all.
Here, in my opinion, are the best and worst superhero costumes of all time.
Please feel free to disagree with me. Enjoy!
It does everything. It’s bullet proof, can fly, has an inbuilt computer, mobile phone, guns and comes in hot rod red!
Batman (The Dark Knight)
As much as I hate Christian Bale, I love the suit in this film. It was a great idea to allow him to move his head in this one and makes him look less wooden.
Trench coat, hat and a mask. A dead simple disguise, but looks great.
You can’t beat a bloke with a staff, glowing pack of cards wearing a trench coat and can control kinetic energy.
After watching the X-men films, I thought the idea of him in yellow lycra a little disturbing. I loved the disguise before the X-men films and I’m slowly warming to it again.
Wolverine’s Son. He’s not got much of a disguise, but you have to admit he looks pretty cool.
A new comer on the super hero circuit. Although he’s a chubby kid, his suit looks pretty amazing.
A lot of you may disagree with me with me here.
Awful… Just awful
George Clooney’s Batman
Who’s idea was it to put nipple on the Bat suite? I don’t want to look at your nipples, George.
The Power Rangers – Original series
Nothing but pajamas and a motorbike helmet
Pants on the outside are so 1920’s!
The Crash Test Dummies have to be one of the most under rated bands in my opinion.
I’ve been listening to their “God shuffled his feet” album for the last couple of weeks and I must admit, it’s pretty awesome. Listen to it through proper headphones or in your car and it’s really colourful and Brad Robert’s deep voice sounds even more bassy.
They weren’t that successful, but I would rank some of their songs up there with some of my favourites. “Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm” is a brilliant, but haunting, song. It’s one of a few songs that always gives me Goosebumps. The other being November Rain by Guns N’ Roses. Here’s other people’s opinions behind the meaning of the song.
I don’t fully understand the meaning behind the last verse either. But what I get from the song is that no matter how bad you have it, someone else has it worse. Although I don’t fully understand the last verse, I take it to mean that his parents don’t fully understand why they go to church, but they do anyway. They join in the whole talking in tongues things because they feel it’s the right thing to do, not because they feel anything. So the kid has to join in just to fit in, even though he hasn’t got a clue why. Like I say, this is just my interpretation and I could be way off the mark here.
“Superman’s Song” is also one of my favourites. It’s another chilled out acoustic song about how Superman didn’t have anything to benefit from saving the world. He didn’t make any money out of it and wishes he could be more like Tarzan. Strange subject, but the songs really mellow.