A Dr. Doom series by Bendis and Djurdjevic
This is an idea I’ve had since I saw Djurdjevic’s painted interiors during the Venom Bomb arc of Mighty Avengers. It was absolutely incredible, most notable of course was his great version of Dr. Doom, it really is the best looking Doom I’ve ever seen. Yes, better then Jack the God Kirby’s version. Then there’s Bendis portrayal of Doom. I’ve already mentioned it before but Bendis has handled Doom in the best way I’ve ever seen. This is exactly how the good Dr. should be and I love it. If these two where ever to work together again I can only be hopeful that they would do a series for Doc Doom. If not an ongoing (great as that would be) at least a mini-series?
Madworld the comic
Have you heard of this new game called Madworld? If not I can’t blame you, it’s on the Wii so that alone no doubt is a strike for many as the Wii has proven to be less then what the main gaming audience was hoping for. But if you have a Wii, get this game, it’s incredible. It’s violent as all hell, makes Mortal Kombat and GTA look like Barney Sing Alongs. You do everything form impaling a person ass-first, jamming sign posts through their head, tossing their head away with a golf club. It’s insane, obviously it’s more stylish and comedic though in a sense. It’s like Tom and Jerry but with blood. It’s in black and white and the only real color in it is red of course. It’s literally like a comic in the cut scenes and it’s insane. I love it. This is a video game that was made perfect to transition into a comic. Now if it be an actual comic book or a manga, I’d still read it as this is just great. It’s heavily influenced by
I want to read Blackest Night but I’m not sure
So all I’ve been hearing about is how great Blackest Night will be. Now half of me wants to check this out, it certainly sounds cool and it looks great. But I haven’t been reading Green Lantern at all for one thing and I’d hate to come on board when everyone else has been reading this for so long.
So I have a Myspace, and the other day I made a post that sort of popped into my head when thinking about The Spectacular Spider-man. I figured I’d repost it here.
This post is for anyone who didn't let their childhood die when they turned 12. For anyone who remembers Saturday mornings where cartoons where all you could think about and how the week seemed like a year before and those 2 precious days where like Summer. For anyone who remembers what it was like to enjoy what was on your television instead of just bogged with over dramatic waste. For anyone who wants to be able to be excited and feel like the world is yours to conquer in a long Summer Day. For anyone who doesn't think their too good for cartoons and too mature to grin stupidly at super heroes. For anyone who's imagination sores when they hear a catchy theme song or a small action tune. This post is for anyone who ever loved being a kid and isn't too stuck up or stupid to ignore how great the world is if you look in new places. This post here is telling you to go and turn on a TV and watch a cartoon, yes, a cartoon, called the Spectacular Spider-man. It's exciting, it's funny, and it reminded me that there are things in this world that can be great but also not be serious. It's a TV show that reminded me why I love super heroes and why I loved being a kid, and if you want that ridiculous feeling too, check it out.
Ghost Rider deserves a Sequel
I’m in a small majority of people who absolutely loved the Ghost Rider film. Yes, Nick Cage overdid it quite a bit at times but when he wasn’t talking this was a great film. Of course Blackheart was…anything but Blackheart. But still I really loved this movie and hope that the sequel that was announced in the works doesn’t get dropped. I haven’t heard anything about it in over a year but I can only hope it hasn’t been scrapped.
So that’s it for the first edition of New Age Ideas, agree with me, disagree with me, I’d like to hear your feedback on my ideas.