So Kick-Ass 2 is scheduled to premiere August 16th in the US, amidst a sea of fan expectation. The previous installment was well-received, earning several awards and critical acclaim.
I, for one, am not that thrilled.
It’s on its way… Maybe not faster than a speeding bullet, but Warner Brothers, DC Comics, and Hollywood in general, are giving Zack Snyder‘s soon-to-release Supes reboot epic more power than a locomotive in ensuring it is a big hit. And Comic Book Therapy will be there, bringing the scoops as release time draws near. [...]
Welcome to another weekly update with Mitch! We hope these reviews are helpful for you. Please let us know. 21 & Over is a 2013 American comedy film written by, and the directorial debut of, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, writers of The Hangover. The film stars Justin Chon, Miles Teller, Sarah Wright, [...]
Hey guys another year has passed by. We survived the end of the world without twinkies. Some of our CBT staff was kind enough to list their favorite Comic Books and Graphic Novels from 2012 and we want to share it with our loyal viewers. Let it be known that they are listed in no [...]
These past few weeks many of us have observed the first shots in the geek wars being fired. Most of these initial skirmishes seeming to have been kicked off with a Facebook post by comic book creator Tony Harris. This little bit of digital mayhem has spawned off a number of debates via twitter, blog [...]
Some of you may or may not know her. And even fewer of you may know of her passing. But on Saturday, September 29, 2012, Sarah Schwartz passed away after a long, seven year battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. She was only 28. At the time of her passing, Sarah had just completed a novel, which [...]
Slowly but surely, comic book movies are getting to a level where they can be taken seriously, which wasn’t the case when the genre first hit theaters. There are exceptions of course, but in the mid 1990′s we were introduced to one of the worst comic book films ever mad in Batman & Robin and the comic book [...]
As geeks and fanboys/girls, we always have our favorite characters, stories and everything else in the comic world. We also have our most hated aspects of comics and comic book movies. Naturally, as comic fans love to do, we’re going to start putting some lists together for you to gnaw on. You may agree or [...]
Tomorrow…..you won’t believe your eyes. It’s a season opener that will be talked about for generations to come. All I can say is that there is a TON of Walker action, and no I’m not talking about the Texas ranger. Also the ending of the episode will leave you wanting more an more. You will [...]
Well, SPN fans…as said before,THE BATTLE IS ON!! What a season first episode opener!! Dean is back from Purgatory(along with a dangerous and mysterious new “friend”), the team is reunited…AND NOW, Crowley has finally crossed a huge line with Kevin and the Winchesters for which there is no going back. THE RE-CAP: For those of [...]
Wow, season 8 on one of the most heavily journeyed series on the eventual elimination of all unworldly evil from the face of the earth….SUPERNATURAL. Seems only yesterday that the Winchesters and friends started their endless road trip crusade. Now, we are up to what could be the final season of this ordeal. Comic [...]
Hey Readers! Yet again, another memorable classic of scifi culture is celebrating a big year. This time, we take the stroll down memory lane and hit year 1987…A future police action movie with one traditonal, says-it-all slogan: Half man, half machine, ALL COP. Superior strength, the mind of a computer, and a dedicated command for [...]
Monday, September 3, 2012. This year’s Labor Day started like any other Labor Day…full of happiness, sunshine, and a day of festivity with family or friends to look forward to. Sadly today though, for Hollywood, the rest of the entertainment world and us movie and comic book lore fans, we lost a “giant”, literally and [...]
Hello Readers…this feature, we honor the life and passing of the comic book industry’s biggest pioneers and legends, Joe Kubert. What we can say to begin with, this gentleman, comic art scholar, teacher, and creator molded the backdrop for several of comic book legend’s most remembered characters and was a driving force of many an [...]
Editorial: AlbinoDarkBeast On The Various Responses To The Aurora Shooting; Plus He Goes Postal On Some Schmuck
Facebook page. Within less than 12 hours, it had generated more that 4,000 visits and more than 200 comments. There were, however, some very offensive and inflammatory responses. Messages filled with hate and prejudice, misguided and derogatory. I usually pay these people no mind, but one user in particular caught my attention because of his swift and hateful response.
We all woke up to some disturbing and sad news today. 12 people were killed and 59 were wounded in a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in a Colorado Theater by a deranged assassin. What I am writing is just a mixture of emotions and anger, is just me upset, talking to [...]
And the hits keep coming!! Ah, 1982, what a wonderfully amazing year for Scifi fantasy enthusiasts…A huge amount of time tested cinema in the Sci fi adventure, horror, and fantasy had been released that year. But one really stood out, was not so much a runaway box office smash. But its legacy touched the [...]
Two weeks ago, CBT brought you the darker side of Steven Spielberg’s filmmaking with our 30 year tribute to the Toby Hooper Ghost fight legend, POLTERGEIST. This week, we continue the lookback of Spielberg/Universal film epics with another 1982 classic of his… this time a very heartwarming story… of a boy and a friend from [...]
Has it been that long already on this one? Wow, who would ever thought an innocent family move into a new sprawling suburban community could be such a horror? Heheh… Yes, its blockbuster season for the movies and Comic Book Therapy takes another nostalgic lookback at a blockbuster classic from years past! On June [...]
We take a look back and discuss the legacies of the two DC/Warner’s biggest name players in voice acting Batman: Kevin Conroy & Bruce Greenwood!
Sometimes you came across things that are just plain wrong. This was and is one of them. Jordan Burchette thinks himself as some kind of a genius that doesn’t need to explain anything to people. He should know better!
I admit it: I’m one of those losers who had a broken PS2 when Shadow of the Colossus was first released in 2005. I always heard amazing rants from friends and customers alike. I missed out on a core game that has set new standards that no one has attempted to emulate. Which is why [...]
In my high school senior class I teach a segment on the Hero’s Journey at the beginning of the semester. It’s a good way to kick start things, and it gives the class a good excuse to talk about their favorite superheroes as well as the mediocre blockbuster movies they watched during the summer. It’s [...]
Stolen Superman Collection: The story of Mike Meyer, a 48-year-old man with a hug collection of Superman items that was sadly stolen from him by an old co-worker of his.
Doc… I am having a problem with the new DC 52 comics. I think I’m hallucinating. I keep seeing the same mysterious purple hooded woman in all the new DC comics that I am reading. Am I losing it? Why would DC comics play where’s Waldo with its comic readers? Well this might be a [...]