Iron Man: Rise of the Technovore

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Iron Man is framed by a technological terrorist and breaks out to clear his name.

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This movie from Marvel brings in the usual characters you know from the Iron Man Universe. War Machine is also thrown into the mix of this movie and I really liked how both Iron Man & War Machine were portrayed. Then there is Shield, with it Nick Fury, Black Widow, and Hawkeye, the perfect mix into this movie and they were some very fun characters. The story line is interesting and ties into Iron Man’s past and the animation is fantastic, I loved the Japanese Animation and Modern CGI Hybrid that they are doing these days. It’s an action packed story with Tony Stark following the leads wherever it takes him, fun on every level.

Link: IMDB
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Wolverine’s ABC

Now this is a way to get your kids hooked on Wolverine and Marvel comics at an early age, you have the tools to teach them their ABCs.Sean Gordon Murphy, a comic book artist, took it upon himself to recreate the alphabet based on Wolverine and the whole Marvel Universe. Its not what I usually like from comic book art but some of them are pretty good. My Favorites are E, F, K, V, and Z from the list.

Link: GeekTyrant


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Iron Man 2 – More Pictures

I just can’t get enough of Iron Man 2, the pictures are saying something but not enough. I’m assuming that trailer will be out in a couple of months, so now there is a few story lines to follow in that. All I know is that I have no clue how they plan to top the first Iron Man movie, but from the looks of it, its starting to look good. And Don Cheadle is War Machine in this movie. (Check out more pictures below)


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Marvel Comics Bought out by Diseny for $4 Billion

The worldwide leader in family entertainment is about to get a great deal more entertaining, as the Walt Disney Company agrees to acquire iconic comic book company Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion.

Now this is an interesting development, after all these years of rebuidling the brand Marvel went ahead for a sale. Comics as many know were having a tough time over the last decade, it wasn’t like it used to be and then Comics were losing ground to a lot of different media and a lot to Manga but they made it big with Spiderman and X-Men, from there they expanded. The easy part for them is that they already had the storyline and depth to make this amazing movies and so many in the horizon, and I think they made a great business move to sell while they are on top. Disney does have a lot to offer and they do have some interesting ideas, I just hope they don’t change the direction that Marvel Universe is heading in or slow down any development of the upcoming movies.

Link: Kotaku

Review: Ironman

This movie is everything it promised and more, I have been waiting over a year to see this movie and it was well worth it. I have been a fan of Ironman from the early 90s reading the Marvel comics, he was a superhero you feel you could reach since he was human and developed the technology to able to fight.

I was afraid when I heard Robert Downey Jr. was chosen as Tony Stark, in the comics Tony Stark was this genius who was also troubled, always trying to help and push himself to his limit, he is a solitary man with two lives. Robert Downey Jr. did an amazing job playing Tony Stark, he gave a certain flare to Tony’s darkness which I thought was excellent. The movie was executed perfectly, there was a perfect mix of special effects, it wasn’t overboard. The movie was perfect, you are satisfied with the movie and enjoyed it, but you are left wanting more. Stay after the credits there is a surprise which isn’t to be missed, can’t wait for the next Ironman.

Link: IMDB

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