Author Archives: Glenn Walker
Here at Biff Bam Pop!, we can be pretty critical of the movies, television, and comics we love. I know I’m guilty of it. It’s easy to criticize, but the question is – could I do it better? Now we present the first in a new series, If I Did It, the brainstorm of editor-in-chief Andy Burns, where contributors tell how they would do things differently in work they disliked.
Meet me after the jump for my first If I Did It… a film about which I have had a lot to say in the past, and not a lot of it good… Man of Steel!
Next week, the Mad Titan embarks on a new journey. But first, Marvel is proud to present your new look at Thanos: The Infinity Revelation OGN – the next original graphic novel in Marvel’s all new OGN line. Featuring the world’s most popular characters brought to life by the best creators, Marvel’s new OGNs debut in a high-end, oversized format featuring sophisticated packaging and design. Check out the preview pages after the jump.
The Batmobile is perhaps the coolest car ever in the history of television (and of course comics as well). The General Lee. K.I.T.T. The Black Beauty. Grampa Munster’s Dragula. Speed Racer’s Mach 5. Even that car from the short-lived “Automan” that could make turns at ninety-degree angles. None of them live up to Batman’s ride. The line from Batman Forever is “The car, chicks dig the car.” There is so much truth in that statement and yet, it is not precisely true. Everyone digs the car. Meet me after the jump, and we’ll talk about some of the coolest Batmobiles over the ages.
We’re more than halfway through the final season of “True Blood,” and it seems like old times, as nothing is as it seems. Bill has somehow contracted Hep-V just as he and Sookie are getting along again. Interviews with the cast at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con reveal some interesting tidbits. Over and above folks stealing Anna Paquin’s underwear from the set and selling them online, the word is that not everyone is going to get a happy ending in this season. Could Bill be next on the death list? Check out my review of “Karma” after the jump.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is probably one of the most anticipated sequels of all time by comic book movie standards. And the film, not due out until next year, had a huge showing at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. Meet me after the jump for video footage of the panel featuring many of the stars of the film.