Archive for May, 2008

Under construction , somewhat.

Posted in General on May 29, 2008 by Vincent Kremer

I’m messing with the site a bit , trying different things like the picture links on the right and the tags and such , but didn’t know that with converting my categories get deleted, so I will be assigning them to categories again, besides that the new title ” Atomic Lunch” is a working title since I’m currently fresh out of idea’s for the blog.


New Incredible Hulk TV Spot.

Posted in Marvel, Movies with tags , , on May 29, 2008 by Vincent Kremer

Had my doubts about a new Hulk movie in the start but it’s starting to get better at every teaser and trailer, have a look at the new television spot.

Witchblade Teaser Poster

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on May 29, 2008 by Vincent Kremer

They released a teaser poster from the upcoming Witchblade movie coming in 2009, although no actress is being chosen for the role , they did made a poster of a girl, weird. anyhow enjoy.

Along with the poster they launched a sort of teasersite which is basicly the same as the poster but only in a site form with a mailing list function , you can check it out here.

Super Villains for Dummies.

Posted in General with tags on May 25, 2008 by Vincent Kremer

Ever wanted to be a super villain but just didn’t put together what it takes? Do not worry because now you read how to become a successful super villain, so wait no longer and start reading Here and there.

Family Dynamics cover #1

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on May 22, 2008 by Vincent Kremer

Pretty sweet cover from the first issue of Family Dynamics,  drawn by no other than Sean Galloway.
Here’s a little bit of information about the comic.

Written by J. Torres; Art by Tim Levins and Dan Davis; Cover by Sean Galloway

Pyralis! Sirocco! Troylus! Terran! This is The Family Dynamic, defenders of Storm City who use their mystical Elemental Rings to battle the forces of evil. But what happens when members of their extended family want in on the superhero action? They say the family that plays together stays together – but does that count when they’re playing the good guys? Find out in this exciting new 6-issue miniseries by writer J. Torres (WONDER GIRL) and artist Tim Levins (BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES).

Johnny DC | 32pg. | Color | $2.25 US

On Sale August 27, 2008

Runaways Movie on the Way

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on May 22, 2008 by Vincent Kremer

“Runaways” is the latest Marvel Comics book to get the big-screen treatment from Marvel Studios.

Brian K. Vaughan, who co-created the series with artist Adrian Alphona, is writing the adaptation, for which Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will act as producer. Vaughan is also a co-producer and writer on ABC’s “Lost.”

As opposed to other Marvel characters getting the silver screen treatment, such as the Hulk and Spider-Man — who have been around since the 1960s and are pop-culture fixtures — the heroes in “Runaways” are relatively new, with the comic series launching in 2002.

The title was critically praised for its honest portrayal of teens and their issues and in 2006 won a Harvey Award for best series.

“Runaways” follows a group of teenagers who find that some family secrets are bigger than others when they discover their parents are actually super-villains. Running away from their homes, the teens band together and begin a journey of discovery, both of their parents’ origins and of their own inherited powers, while trying to make up for the evil done by their folks.

While Marvel has already scheduled its next four films through 2011, “Runaways,” like the company’s “Ant-Man” project, remains in the incubation stages.

Vaughan is well known in comic circles for his creator-owned works including “Y: The Last Man,” which is in development at New Line, and “Pride of Baghdad.” Via THR

Jonathan Ames on The Alcoholic

Posted in Interviews on May 22, 2008 by Vincent Kremer

Jonathan Ames writes, performs, and boxes. He developed a Showtime pilot based on the autobiographical sketches in his book What’s Not to Love?, starred in the independent movie The Girl Under the Waves, and appeared on the David Letterman show. The novels I Pass Like Night, The Extra Man, and Wake Up, Sir! are his. With an off-Broadway one-man show also on his resume, Ames hasn’t met a storytelling form he hasn’t wanted to try his hand at.

He’s also friends with Dean Haspiel, so it comes as no surprise that Haspiel eventually convinced Ames to try his hand at the world of comics. The resulting graphic novel, The Alcoholic, is the often amusing, often harrowing story of writer Jonathan A.’s (it’s fiction, Ames swears) descent into substance abuse and self-loathing after the girl of his dreams hangs him out to dry.

Jonathan Ames answered our questions about The Alcoholic, the autobiographical truths in fiction writing, and working in comics for the first time.

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