Tuesday, October 31, 2017

A25U Flashback: Happy Halloween!

I don't make Halloween comics often enough (sometimes not even every year), so here's a (trick or) treat for you: every Halloween issue I've ever made.  Or at least as far as I can remember.

Dig in!

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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Blade Runner 2049 Review, Sitrep on #400, Flashback: SNAKE Eater!

Woah, I fell behind there!  Sorry for the radio silence.  Been real busy on my end.

I recently had a chance to watch Blade Runner 2049 and reviewed the film for AtomicMoo.com, so you can check out the review right here.  Can it possibly be any good?  In any way hold up as a sequel to my all-time favourite film?  Check out my review and find out!

As for #400, progress is progressing, yes?  Most of the voice work has been recorded.  There have been delays with my voice actors' union due to health reasons, as every one of my actors happened to fall sick at different points during the project.  These things happen.  As for a tease as to what #400 is about, well, there are more guest characters than a fighting game and, as you guys know all too well, no one lives forever.

Flashback time.  This time, let's head back to August 2009, when Inglorious Basterds was in theatres, and that awful Hollywood bastardization of the Joe brand still left a bad taste in our collective mouths.  Here's the "S.N.A.K.E. Eater" story, where the Joes get their hands on some Cobra tech, and they respond with a character who was so born to pilot a mech suit that he thinks he's in the BattleTech universe.

Join us next week for the fan-favourite "A Real American Teamup" story that introduced my satirical take on Captain America -- and maybe some production stills from #400.  See ya then!

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Flashback: Army of Plastic!

Woah, been real busy and fell behind again!  I didn't mean to keep you guys waiting for the next Flashback issue, but wait no longer.  This week, it's Army of Plastic, a toy-focused take on Army of Darkness.  It originally ran from June to July, 2009.  It's pretty silly.

Speaking of movies, if you're looking for something to do this long Canadian Thanksgiving weekend and are thinking of heading to the movies, check out my review of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, powered by AtomicMoo.com, and maybe it'll help you make up your mind.

With that out of the way, here's Army of Plastic:

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