Marvel vs DC Epic

This is only a fantasy movie, but it’s a really fun fantasy, so why not indulge a little. What if there were a movie that pitted Marvel superheroes against DC superheroes? I don’t think it will every happen, but the trailer below allows us to dream a little. It’s created by fan, Alex Luthor. It’s very well made with sharp editing, great music, and clips of probably every superhero that’s hit the big screen in the last 10 years. There are even a few who, I’m pretty sure, have only appeared in trailers, no actual movies yet. There’s even one … Continue reading Marvel vs DC Epic

The Lego Movie – My Review

The Lego Movie has been out since March of this year, so I’ve had plenty of time to read reviews and talk to people who have seen it. All reports have been overwhelmingly positive. You can read a sampling of the reviews here, on an earlier post from my blog. Normally when I’ve heard so many good things about a movie I get my hopes up too high and I end up disappointed. That was not the case with The Lego Movie. I finally got a chance to see it and I enjoyed it from start to finish. It was flat-out funny … Continue reading The Lego Movie – My Review

Rat Girl & Glazed Man

Yesterday was National Superhero Day. What can I say? I was inspired to create a new image of my two favorite superheroes. DC comics fans might recognize the pose as being similar to one struck by a certain bat and a cat. No dis-respect to those two great comic book characters, nor the original artwork that is far above my abilities. I thought it might be fun to see what Glazed Man and Rat Girl would do with the pose. As you can see, they injected their own brand of super satire and made it all their own. I’d love to … Continue reading Rat Girl & Glazed Man

The Lego Movie

The Movie Guide says, “THE LEGO MOVIE is a hilarious movie with great animation and a strong moral worldview containing a strong Christian allegory. Read their full review here. Plugged In says, “It’s a bright, silly and breakneck-paced good-guy-vs.-bad-guy tale that offers kids and kids at heart two big lessons: Believe in yourself, and let your imagination lift you up to creative rapture.” Read their review here. Entertainment Weekly says, “…it’s conceptually audacious, it’s visually astonishing, and it’s 10 times more clever and smart and funny than it needed to be. Here, at last, is an animated comedy that never … Continue reading The Lego Movie