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MPH 3 (September 2014)

Will the real Mark Millar please stand up…

After a couple relatively good issues, MPH starts to have some major problems. First and foremost, Millar has given up on characters for this issue. 144 more words


Comic Reviews: MPH and Edge of Spider-Verse!


 MPH #3 (Image Comics)

 MPH #3 from Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo finds Roscoe and his pals doing what a lot of young people would do if they discovered they could gain superpowers from a pill: they rob banks. 930 more words

Comic Book Reviews

MPH #3

Writer: Mark Millar
Artist: Duncan Fegredo
Publisher: Image Comics

Previously: MPH #2

Yes, it’s been almost 3 months since the previous issue of this series. I could make some kind of joke about the irony of a book about super-speed coming out so slowly, and how it’s too bad that artist Duncan Fegredo doesn’t have any MPH pills for himself, but I won’t. 467 more words

Graphic Novels

To Option, Or Not To Option, That Is The Question.....

The title of  Duran Duran’s 1982 single “Hungry Like The Wolf” seems to be an apt description for Hollywood’s current state of affairs. Its absolute willingness to blindly… 415 more words

Kick Ass 2 - The Review

I enjoyed the original Kick Ass three years ago, and the prospect of a sequel was welcome at the time.
However, I wondered if writer/director Matthew Vaughn and writer Jane Goldman would be on board for the follow up. 665 more words

HBO, GO! - Impotent Tantrums (Kick-Ass 2)

“HBO, GO!” is an ongoing feature where I pick a recent release on HBO Go, something I otherwise wouldn’t watch, and give it a spin in the name of good fun and finding a diamond in the rough. 1,493 more words


The Kingsmen Have Their Villain with Samuel L. Jackson

Director Matthew Vaughn is back behind the camera, and his newest film, Kingsman: The Secret Service is shifting things up in terms of both its hero and villain. 223 more words