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    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. February 22, 2017


    We have all creator-owned picks this week! Support your local comic shops! Greg Rucka is back with The Old Guard #1 from Image Comics to tell the story of old soldiers that never die. Paul Grist joins the Mignolaverse with art on The Visitor and Why He Stayed #1 for a mysterious Hellboy spinoff!… Gabriel Hardman (Star Wars, Invisible Republic) gives us the horror one-shot The Belfry #1 from Image. a Picks this week from

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    Geeky Reader: ‘The Official Making Of Big Trouble In Little China’ and ‘The Art Of Big Trouble In Little China’ (reviews) at FORCES OF GEEK


    Written by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry
    With Forewords by John Carpenter
    With Afterwords by Kurt Russell and Eric Powell
    Published by BOOM! Studios

    “I’m a reasonable guy. But, I’ve just experienced some very unreasonable things”.

    — Jack Burton

    The story of Jack Burton vs. David Lo Pan is one for the ages, and one who’s thirty year legacy owes a bit to it’s huge budget and legendary director John Carpenter’s overall vision. While it wasn’t the biggest hit at the box office, in fact it only made back $11 million of it’s astounding $25 million dollar budget, Big Trouble In Little China garnered a generation of loyal fans. Those fans regard the movie as a kung fu science fiction masterpiece destined for cable reruns and cult status.

    In tandem, we’d like to present to you two books that take you deep below San Francisco and the furies that lay there. BOOM! Studios has released The Official Making of Big Trouble in Little China as well as The Art Of Big Trouble In Little China to reveal on set special effects secrets and in depth interviews with Carpenter, Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall round out editions celebrating this cult classic.


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    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. February 15, 2017




    She’s back in her own series once again starting with Batwoman #1. Written by Marguerite Bennett, we start here with Katherine Kane v Monster Venom! … Warren Ellis reboots ’90s WildStorm Universe at DC with Wild Storm # 1.  … The sons of Batman and Superman star in Super Sons #1 from the Batman and Robin team of Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason! … Picks this week from

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    ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ (review) at FORCES OF GEEK


    Produced by Dan Lin, Roy Lee,
    Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
    Screenplay by Seth Grahame-Smith,
    Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers,
    |Jared Stern, John Whittington
    Story by Seth Grahame-Smith
    Based on Batman by Bob Kane and Bill Finger,
    Lego Construction Toys
    Directed by Chris McKay
    Starring Will Arnett, Zach Galifianakis,
    Michael Cera, Rosario Dawson, Ralph Fiennes


    LEGO Batman is back and with even less parents than the last time!

    That’s not exactly true, Batman (Will Arnett) has surrogate father Alfred (Ralph Fiennes) by his side and his trusty ward Robin (Michael Cera) this time around for a true Batman Family adventure.

    Commissioner Barbara Gordon aka Batgirl (Rosario Dawson) rounds out the good guy cast.

    Batman’s nemesis? Of course it is The Joker (Zach Galifianakis) and a slew of familiar rogues.

    Robot Chicken veteran Chris McKay directs this hilarious animated feature that bridges the gap between the animated LEGO DC Universe and 2014’s The LEGO Movie.

    The LEGO Batman Movie, while obviously riding the success of the first film, also sets itself apart and is more than a sequel. Primarily basing itself in DC locations Gotham and The Phantom Zone, this is a decidedly DC Comics Batman movie. When rattling off a list of super villains in his cadre: Bane, Clayface, Two-Face, Riddler, The Joker is asked if he was making some of them up! Maybe he was, but this movie does introduce Condiment Man to LEGO canon, armed with both a Ketchup and a Mustard gun! OOOH, it stains!



    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. February 8, 2017



    Torchwood 2 #1 from Captain Jack himself, John Barrowman puts you in the middle of the action with Station Zero. … Jessica Jones is still facing some tough choices with her baby and husband Luke Cage in Jessica Jones #5. … One of our favorite writers Steve Orlando takes over on Justice League of America Rebirth #1 and introducing — Lobo! … Picks this week from