What’s going on, Evil Geeks!?!? We’re just about 1 month away from Deadpool, the first of MANY big comic book movies dropping this year. What better way to get hyped up for Wade Wilson’s big screen debut than to use these next thirty or so days by getting your costume ready for opening night! With a little help from our friends at Wholesale Halloween Costumes, we’re going to show you a sure fire way to stand out from the 500 other Deadpool cosplayers that are bound to show up that night.
I was skimming through headlines early this week in the wake of San Diego Comic Con, and I glimpsed an article about test footage for a planned Dead Pool movie featuring a previously unseen version of the character, reportedly more in keeping with his traditional portrayal. I guess the video was taken down before I got a chance to watch it but here are the five things we NEED to see in this remake of the classic 1988 installment in the Dirty Harry series.
Liefeld Week, a never ending holiday of macho men, bad ass babes and weapons the world just isn’t ready for. We’ve discussed a great many things but there was nothing we were more excited for than to pick our top 5 favorite covers delivered from the master’s hand. It wasn’t easy to narrow it down, but somehow we did it.
Rob, we kid because we love! Here’s the thing, I don’t actually hate Liefeld’s art. I know it’s awful and he doesn’t have a child’s grasp on the anatomy of the human body, but I have some fun nostalgia from my childhood about it. With that said, I know it’s bad and I wouldn’t ever willingly buy anything he’s done. He’s already made a mint off me as a kid from trying to piece together the entire Extreme Studios line of comics he was behind for Image in the early 90’s. I’ll be showcasing here some of what Liefeld does best and other things that are considered the most Liefeldian.
5.) Youngblood #77 (March 2013)
This is the newest entry on my list (the only one that isn’t from his 90’s heyday) and a bit of a curveball. Believe it or not, I actually legitimately like this. I have no idea what’s going on though. Looks like Chapel is back from the dead (Again!) as a demon though this time? That minion behind him looks disturbing and menacing enough and dare I say that Badrock even seems to be slightly more proportionate?
Greetings Evil Geekites, it’s been far too long since we’ve chatted about funny books, so I’m back today to right that terrible, terrible wrong. You may be familiar with some of my past writings on Deadpool, so you know I’m certainly a fan of the character. When used properly, I think he’s one of the most entertaining sights to see in the Marvel U and this latest story arc in the incredible run that Duggan and Posehn have scripted thus far is a perfect example of Wade being used exactly as he should be. He’s not just an unending stream of jokes; he’s a man dammit… who just so happens to have an unending stream of jokes coming out of his mouth. Let’s dig a little deeper into the incredibly screwed up mind of Wade Wilson and discuss The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly by Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn, featuring art by Declan Shalvey.
What’s going on Evil Geeks!?!? Welcome back to an all-new Evil Geek Book Report! You may have surmised from my constant reviewing of and praise for Deadpool, that I might just be a little bit of a Deadpool fan. Guilty as charged! Issue #8 of the new ongoing series kicks off a brand new story arc from the writing team of Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan, with art by Tony Moore. The first story arc featuring zombie ex-Presidents was one of the best things I’ve read in a while, so this arc’s got some big shoes to fill. How does it hold up? Read on and find out!