Back To The Future Trilogy to Blu-Ray

BackToTheFuture

This is probably one of the greatest movies from the late 80s and early 90s, I even remember watching each and every one of those movies on betamax, except for BTTF III which I saw in the cinema. The one thing that stuck in my mind was the flying skate board of Marty McFly and how he never fell off and managed to stay on. If there was any movie to be a classic of the 80s then this would be it, I know I’m going to get this on Blu Ray when its out. And I loved Dr Brown he was hilarious and always getting shocked, I don’t know how many kids who knew what a Flux Capacitor or how much was a Jigawat but it helped Marty & Dr Brown time travel, and I loved the movie music. It was the peak of Michael J Fox, everybody wanted him and I loved that he made these great movies.

Review: 52: The Novel – Greg Cox

The comic story turned into a novel with the most enticing story, multiple plots running parallel with superheroes trying to find their way again after the last catastrophe. Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman are no where to be found and the Justice League is only a semblance of what it once was. There are still many heroes left but can they hold out on their own. Something is brewing between Gotham, Metropolis, and the other cities while people are left picking up the pieces. You get drawn into multiple stories slowly building up, the look, feel, and familiarity of the comic characters is brilliant. It feels like I know all of them and their habits, and the build up just keeps getting better. As things progress you get hints of what 52 is, and ideas start patching together, but I won’t spoil the story. The best part is the amazing satisfaction from this book, and you get some completed stories but you are still left wanting more. I haven’t finished a book so quick such as this and at the same time hated finishing it. An amazing novel which any comic lover would adore, and keeps you turning the pages.

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