Top Ten Dense Comics @ Comics Bulletin
Review: Dredd 3D | Shock Till You Drop
just sayin...Dredd 3D is as grim and gritty and violent as other action movies we've seen, but when it breaks away from normal action movie conventions is when it gets interesting as the filmmakers find a stylish way of showing violence. It may not be the fastest-moving action movie you'll see, but it remains true to the comics thanks to Karl Urban's spot-on portrayal of Dredd.
Hey, JD, ever read any of Garland's novels?
And Adgy, lol, I am so out of the loop, I didn't know Rucka was writing Punisher. Funny, I was re-reading one of my Whiteout tpbs the other day. Really good, but not as good as Queen & Country. Tara Chace is one of my favorite characters, like ever.
Tsk, tsk, tsk. :P
He's only written like 3 novels.
The Beach is a place to start. They made that into a film with Leonardo DiCrapio, lol, which wasn't that bad, but the novel is a WHOLE lot better. And it's really creepy if you're into that sort of thing.
Just read Kick-Ass 2.
Ooof. What the hell. I'm getting old because that was just too ****ing violent and mean and just.... blurf.
I don't think I could handle that turned into a movie.
Advance Review: Happy #1 | The Beat
Overall, Happy is a gross, funny, entertaining comic, which veers away from typical Morrison styling. The book doesn’t offer an intricate web of narratives, which all bounce meaning off each other. It instead offers a fun, silly take on the crime genre, with lovely art from Robertson and sterling work from Clark and letterer Simon Bowland. This is a professional piece of work, done by a load of professionals. In other words — it’s very very good.