A Murder. A Hitman. A Chase. And Instagram? Thrills Abound In Snapshot #1 On The Wednesday Run – February 6, 2013
People tend to keep strange photos on their cell phones, don’t they? You know this better than most.
Don’t think so? Well, the next time you’re sitting on the bench, hydrating yourself from a rousing game of indoor soccer, try accidentally flipping through your buddy’s collection of pics on his new Galaxy S3. Quizzical looks and/or hilarity must surely follow if not an intervention of some sort.
You could also try hitting the “Explore” page on your iPhone’s Instagram app and be amazed at what people post for public consumption. This is especially true if you’re a parent. Heck, just visit the TMZ website and shake your head with disdain at this generation’s eroded examples of heroes and icons.
Yep. Strange, often incriminating, photos abound out there.
So, how about finding a cell phone containing photographs of a murder scene? How’s that for strange? Worrisome? Thrilling? That’s the premise of Snapshot, a hard-boiled tale that demands to be read – and seen!
Everybody at Biff Bam Pop! is talking about Top Fives, so I guess it’s my turn. Put on your seat belts, because as the regular readers around here know already, my tastes are not normal. I liked Santa Claus and hated Dark Knight. It’s going to be a bumpy ride. Next, after the jump, my top fives in film, music, television, and comic books. Look out.
The CW’s new Arrow looks promising to say the least. With a solid cast and plenty of intrigue, this adaptation of DC’s Green Arrow comic series should be a great addition to the sometimes sagging CW line up.
In the past, tv hasn’t always been consistent with how they treat superheroes but The CW seems to take a more serious tone with this adaptation. It works, very well. The creators know how to treat the material so fans will like it and nonfans will enjoy it. The pilot is very fast paced but it teases and tells enough to set the stage for a great tv series. Find out more details after the jump.
How did the Justice League get together the first time? Was it to stop an invasion from space? By whom? Did it have something to do with Mars? Apokalips? Appellax? Appa-what? Ask different people and you’ll get different answers. How many origins of the Justice League have there been anyway? That’s what we’re going to find out here, as we explore the many origins of the Justice League.
When you think super-teams in the DC Comics universe, the Justice League comes to mind immediately, maybe followed by the Teen Titans, the Justice Society and half a dozen others. I’m going to delve a little deeper, and take a journey into the forgotten corners of the DC universe. Here’s a look at some of the forgotten teams of the DC Universe.