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  1. NMX

    Sigma 6 Zartan?

    Hrmmm... not too long then. This pleases me. Thanks!
  2. NMX

    Sigma 6 Zartan?

    That Zartan figure from the Sigma 6 line they showed off at the recent convention... I want it. When's it hit stores? Or has it even been scheduled yet? It's probably answered in about a dozen threads already, but I haven't wandered in here in forever and I wouldn't even know where to begin searching. Much thanks to whomever makes with the info...
  3. There's an unbleeped version of that floating around somewhere. Either way though, definitely a favorite. My contributions... Advice from a sexpert. Snorting Wasabi. Yes, it's Afro Ninja.
  4. I bring you all love... and sharp things.
  5. NMX


    **** I hate that cover. Dude's head is too small. I swear I saw the McFarlane variant somewhere recently and liked that one far better, but for the life of me, I can't find it again to post the image or the link... I might just be losing my mind. Anywho, Grant Morrison on Wildcats could be very, very interesting. Though I adored Wildcats 3.0 and am still a little bitter that run was never allowed to see completion.
  6. DC/Vertigo's DMZ is probably my favorite thing right now, and I'll always pick up the latest Queen & Country collections from ONI. If you're an X fan, both X-Men and Uncanny X-Men just kicked-off new runs with some rather stellar creative teams. That's all I've got right now. I'm not buying much new stuff. If you're open to old stuff, look through the trade paperback racks/shelves/bins/whatever at your local comic shop and find some old favorites. Personally, I've been grabbing old-school Spidey stories. Just picked up Spider-Man Visionaries: John Romita and The Death of Gwen Stacy. Good stuff.
  7. It's a concern of mine as well... I'm kind of reminded of the last Batman flicks before Batman Begins. But this is Sam Raimi. What he's done so far suggests he knows what he's doing. I have faith... Besides, there's no promise that this movie will focus on ALL of these villains. Sandman is probably the core villain, with Harry finally taking up the Goblin Legacy. Spider-Man has the black costume and Eddie Brock is in the movie, but we may not see Venom - rather we're more likely to see Venom set up for the next flick. There's a lot to work with, but it doesn't mean it will all be shoved down our throats all at once.
  8. Enjoy... http://www.apple.com/trailers/sony_pictures/spider-man_3/ And after watching it a few dozen times, overall I'm pleased with the visuals. The symbiote looks good, Sandman looks good and Bryce is stunning as Gwen (although why they had a redhead dye her hair blonde for Gwen and a blonde dye her hair red for MJ still baffles me - I think each would have been better in the other's role). Looking forward to this. Then again, I loved the last two, so no reason why I wouldn't be excited about this one...
  9. I guess it wasn't "way too soon" after all - as of today, the real thing is apparently floating around... Granted, in rather low-quality form thus far. At 2:30 pm (eastern time) today, higher quality versions will be released through official channels. I will post links and open this thread for discussion at that point. Sit tight.
  10. This pleases me, and makes me feel funny in the pants...
  11. Who are you again? (I kid, I kid...)
  12. The MTV Spider-Man animated series loosely covered events taking place after the first Spider-Man movie (Parker, Harry and MJ going off to college, Harry blaming Spider-Man for his father's death, etc.). It only lasted a season though (and ended on a cliffhanger, no less) and then the second Spider-Man movie came out. But it did feature a new take on Electro. Kraven made an appearance, as did Kingpin (who looked much like he did in the Daredevil movie, actually). There may be other known characters that I'm forgetting who made appearances. There were a lot of new characters created just for the show.
  13. Why look at it as "JUST" numbers? Numbers are information. Aren't we all information in one form or another? You don't see pictures on a screen without information to put it there. On the genetic level, we mightn't be that different. When DNA is decoded, it's data sequences... And I'm not thinking Matrix, before someone makes the obvious statement. I'm thinking that regardless of whether you believe in evolution, something "programmed" us to be what we are. Even a God "making us in His own image" could be viewed that way. Anywho, I'm trailing off the original point of the thread...
  14. Every day. Granted, a person could spend a lifetime just trying to comprehend what's going on around them, seen and unseen, and still not "get" it. So I'm not sure we're evolved enough yet to really understand a bigger scale. Who's to say a "multiverse" doesn't overlap ours? It may not be an issue of reaching the end of one to see another. It may not necessarily be like crossing a street. It may be less about travel and more about perception. Then again, maybe it IS like crossing a street. If so, pack a lunch - you'd have long travels ahead...
  15. Ha! Unfortunately, TVC's website is rather shite and does not have online versions of their print articles (I've been trying to con them into letting me build them a real website for weeks). But I will be scanning the pages and creating a pdf file sometime in the next week or so for the electronic version of my portfolio. I can toss that up here too.
  16. Ah don't worry. I'll return to form once The Suits are done with me.
  17. I was actually wondering this (both Wayward and HPZ) just the other day...
  18. Hahaha, I don't think it's quite time for me to start autographing copies and selling older works on eBay as collector's items just yet. But yeah, it's a start, and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't just a little proud (if nothing else, for the fact that I managed to tone down my style enough to fit in an issue of TV Guide).
  19. For the Canucks among you, the latest issue of TV Guide Canada (June 24 issue, Michael Rappaport is on the cover) has a feature article by me on the evolution of Superman in live-action media. It's fluff and half the information I attained for the article went to waste, but it's the most mainstream publication my name has appeared in to date. It will look good in the portfolio. So yeah - buy it. Buy two. Make TV Guide Canada believe that my name between their covers means sales - I dig money and praise.
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