This video is really fun. Dogs being goofy usually gets a laugh out of me, but dogs being goofy with human hands? Yeah…
It is here, Marvel Comics’ AGE OF HEROES. And with it, the Marvel universe pulls out of the darkness that has held comics for the past few years and gets back to having true heroes. Today, both Age of Heroes #1 and Avengers #1 hit stands.
Age of Heroes launches the “Heroic Age” and spotlights life for some of Marvel’s biggest heroes. With Norman Osborn defeated, the Avengers have one last foe to face for the public’s opinion, J. Jonah Jameson, the Mayor of NYC. In Avengers #1, who will be apart of the new team? With Kang the Conqueror arriving from the future and ready to brawl, who will stop him? I’m assuming Ironman, Thor, Captain America, Wolverine, and Spider-Man are safe bets! 🙂
From DC Comics we have Brightest Day #2, what does it mean to the DCU, and The Legion of Super-Heroes #1, which relaunches DC’s heroes from the future. Image Comics has The Walking Dead #72 and Astounding Wolf-Man #23. Dark Horse has Emily the Strange: The 13th Hour #3. What will you be buying this week?
ABC has a decent, but unsurprising schedule. I really love Modern Family and the network has the only two reality shows that don’t annoy me, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and Wife Swap.
New posters from the new Warner Brothers adaptation of DC Comic’s Jonah Hex have been released. These feature cast members Josh Brolin and Megan Fox.
The film comes out on June 18th, and co-stars John Malkovich and Michael Fassbender. Check out the film’s trailer on it’s official site.
This video is right up there with the Wolverine Musical spoof video (located here). This one is a bit different and uses footage from the movie Total Recall along with an original song sung in Arnold’s voice. Check it out below:
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It is true… Heroes has been canceled.
No, I’m not surprised either, but I am saddened that the show was never able to realize its full potential. That mis-leadership, along with poor writing and bad character choices made what should have been my favorite show on TV (and for a short time came close) completely unwatchable. Heroes was a live-action X-Men series. There were endless stories they could tell and with a revolving cast the show could have gone on indefinitely. Instead, they rehashed the same plot devices time and again, alienated the most interesting characters, and keep killing characters just to bring them back to live. They should have learned from their mistakes and learned from the mistakes of comic books (I.E. the endless resurrections), which the show was inspired from. The show never did and I guess it is better off being canceled. I wouldn’t want to be disappointed in another season like the past three. Zackary Quinto spoke on his personal blog about the show’s end, and Greg Grunberg tweeted about it.
Thankfully, Chuck was renewed. I have a reason to continue watching TV next year.
Tonight at 9pm on ABC is an all new episode of Lost. With only three episodes to go, you don’t want to miss a thing… or check out previews (in case of spoilers). I’m still a bit shaken after the last episode, but I’m ready to move forward, and I can’t wait to see what is in store for us in the all new episode.
Also new on tonight: