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    I'm not completely up to date with the trades, but once it's finished, I plan on re-reading everything again.

    I'll be sad.

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    Guess which Lost star is playing the Joker! | Blastr

    Oh yeah. Benjamin Linus as the Dark Knight Returns Joker. That's subtle and perfect. Always saw that iteration of the Joker as a low toned almost tranquil, yet terribly 'other shoe to drop' type. I love Mark Hamill's version of the Joker, but this requires a more delicate touch.

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    Dredd | | Bloody DisgustingBloody Disgusting

    By the end of the first act I was on the edge if my seat rocked by the insane action, violence and filmmaking style. My internal dialogue screamed, “why remake RoboCop? This IS RoboCop!” Dredd taps into late 80′s/early 90′s action films such as RoboCop, while also tapping into such films as Terminator, Predator, Predator 2 and even The Crow. Those of my generation will be drooling in glee BEFORE the two Judges even enter the complex

    With that said, Dredd is a cinematic experience you don’t want to miss out on. The sound mix is something to behold – having made my heart slip multiple beats – and the 3-D is nothing short of stunning (especially during the drug induced SLO-MO sequences). The icing on the cake is the blissful, off-the-wall violence that only Lionsgate has the balls to deliver (think Punisher).

    Dredd is a supercharged comic adaptation that’s faithful to the source material and made specifically for the fans. There’s nothing to indicate an attempt to appeal to mass audiences, which means Dredd was made for YOU, which is a rare treat in the cinematic haze of remakes, franchise films and generic thrillers. Even with a lackluster finale, soak this magnificent work of art in and enjoy the hour and a half gift from the movie gods.

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    Review: Dredd 3D offers up a grimy hyper-violent faithful take on the comic icon

    Ultimately, your reaction to "Dredd 3D" will depend on your tolerance for an almost breathtaking level of graphic violence. People are skinned, burnt, blown apart, and thrown off 200-story balconies, and Travis captures every horrifying detail of it. There are some jet-black laughs built in, but it's not treated as a joke. Travis shoves your nose into it, making sure you get a tactile sense of how awful this life can be. I sincerely hope that the movie does well enough that we see more films with Urban, Thirlby, and Garland all back to expand on what they've done here. There are more than 30 years worth of stories to draw from, and "Dredd 3D" proves that this creative team is more than up to the challenge of bringing the world to life.
    go see this. I want a Dark Judges sequel!

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    The Victories #1: That's a Nasty-Ass Jackal | CraveOnline

    We've heard the threat before: "I'm going to rip off your head and **** down your neck." It's a paraphrase of a line from Full Metal Jacket, and it's a great line, one that's been repeated so many times it's become a cliche. However, in Michael Avon Oeming's The Victories #1, a nasty-ass jackal-man named the Jackal says it, and then actually does it.
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