As noted by Katharine Trendacosta in a recent article, Fox has lost their way with the lucrative X-Men franchise. If they ever really knew what to do with this team, they’ve obviously lost the thread now. But what should they do to recover? How can our heroes triumph in the face of this new threat?!?!
Why haven’t I seen coverage of this upcoming show on io9?
I’ve only got this trailer to go on, but this looks really cool, and right up our alley!
Is it bad? Did I simply miss some stories?
The WB’s DC based shows have been, as a whole, a delight. Their wholehearted embrace of the source material and ability to deliver it to live action in a fun way has made them must-see-TV for many fans, and has turned many non-fans on to the often quirky charms of the superhero genre.
What a hard character to do right. So many mines to avoid, so much dumbess to omit, yet there are huge stories there waiting to be told with a powerful hero at the center.
I’d like to see them kinda flip the Ocean Master story-line. I know this messes with the details of established story, but I think it’s a stronger…
Another commentary on a superhero costume, this time inspired by this story about an early concept model for the cinematic Black Panther:
A random joke in an article put me in the mood for a fun Friday game. I know it’s been done to death, but I haven’t seen a recent fancast of Robotech Macross that employs actors who’ve come to prominence in the last few years. Have at one of the best as-yet unadapted space operas!
Monday, I posted a review of Superman’s new suit. Since several people seem to have enjoyed that, here’s where I TOTALLY nerd out over the MCU Spider-Man costume based on literally 5 seconds of footage. It’s... tights. Primary colored tights. And that’s great.
Go to the bathroom now: I’m about to get exhaustive.
Last week, we got a look at the suit Superman will be wearing in the comics until they get a little restless and redesign him again. Because I’m a professional designer who loves superheroes (and this one in particular), I thought this deserved an obsessive critical review from someone trained by vocation and…