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WONDER WOMAN #203 -

This week we look at the “Women’s Lib” issue of Wonder Woman. So naturally, we discuss Fredo Starr’s filmography. We also meet Wondy’s new crime busting team and implore DC to let us do a spin-off of Johnny Double and his partner, Kidnapped Friend.

 

Hail Hydra.

moviefighters:

This week, we’re returning to our Fighting Game Movies series one last time to watch the truly ridiculous sequel, Mortal Kombat Annihilation!

Hear Chris and Matt disagree about whether the movie is beautifully trashy or just trash! Hear the things that made us laugh uncontrollably! Hear Chris be completely unable to remember the name “Sindel.”

All that and more for one buck!

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IRONJAW #4 -

In this special musical episode, we bid a fond adieu to IronJaw and discuss the fluidity of gender as it relates to Chewbacca. I think. We were pretty drunk.

In our next show, we will be discussing Wonder Woman #203. Get ready for it and read Osvaldo’s blog post about it.

A new poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier from Paolo Rivera (to match his poster for The First Avenger).

A new poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier from Paolo Rivera (to match his poster for The First Avenger).

Those Character Questionnaires Are Dumb

mamylon:

Hey, what’s your OC’s dog’s name? Has your OC ever tried to read the Bible all the way through and only made it through Genesis? What’s your OC’s favorite flavor Jolly Rancher?

I see a lot of this and it’s fun and all but I think people are under the impression that this is how you learn to be a good writer and I’m pretty sure it isn’t. Characters should serve stories, not vice versa. Here’s an alternative thingy:

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THE CAT Issue 4 - 

Man-Bull! Doobie Brothers! A random list of foods! The only 100% guaranteed effective pick-up line! Join us for all this and more as we read Claws of the Cat #4!

So I watched Serpico the other day. It was a fine movie, but it had something that I think of as remarkably characteristic of 1970s films: lots of very actor-y scenes—that is, with lots of shouting—to show that the protagonist is right and that nobody around him (wife, colleagues, etc.) understand him. It’s supposed to make the audience sympathize with him, but mostly it makes him come off as a prick.

So I watched Serpico the other day. It was a fine movie, but it had something that I think of as remarkably characteristic of 1970s films: lots of very actor-y scenes—that is, with lots of shouting—to show that the protagonist is right and that nobody around him (wife, colleagues, etc.) understand him. It’s supposed to make the audience sympathize with him, but mostly it makes him come off as a prick.