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‘San Andreas:’ Film Review A few years back, I was really excited about seeing Roland Emmerich’s disaster movie, 2012.  I’ve always thought Emmerich was a bit of a hack, but it was his hackiness that made his movies fun in spite of themselves.  His climate change fever dream, The Day After Tomorrow, is gleefully ridiculous (At one point characters outrun the air.) and may have set the global warming cause back a few years.  Based at least in part on the Mayan prediction of the world ending that year, I expected 2012 to be an enjoyably stupid exercise in widespread destruction.  Except it wasn’t.  And, it was clearly intended to be.  A car chase through LA as the city implodes around the main characters was clearly intended for maximum physical comedy.  I don’t know, maybe it was me. Maybe I am getting too old for this kind of thing.  Maybe it’s the modern, digital visual effects that can depict any level of global carnage that have grown too sophisticated for their own good, but I left 2012 practically concussed from bearing witness to the deaths of hundreds of millions of people. 
Ep. #010 FBC Presents: Brian Buccellato and Omar Spahi on ‘Sons of the Devil’ FBC Presents is a podcast series featuring long-form interviews with intriguing guests from every corner of Geekdom, including everyone from the average geek to Fanboy Comics staff members to leading professionals in comics, film, and other mediums and industries.


In this episode, FBC President Bryant Dillon talks with comic book writers Brian Buccellato, Paris Buccellato, and Omar Spahi about the demonic, new, ongoing Image comic series, Sons of the Devil, the inspiration for the story, their involvement in the project, and much more.

In addition, be sure to check out the exclusive advance preview of Sons of the Devil #2 and the Sons of the Devil short film below!   Cast member: Bryant Dillon

Special guests: Brian Buccellato (Sons of the Devil, The Flash, Detective Comics), Paris Buccellato (Foster), and Omar Spahi (Xenoglyphs, owner of OSSM Comics)
The Future Will Be Carpeted: An Analysis of ‘Deep Space Nine (S3E19)’ “Too much spirit can be a dangerous thing. Tends to infect others.”
     -- Intendant Kira


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‘SinEater #1:’ Comic Book Review SinEater #1 is curiously good.

The premise is very simple: Set in an era in which witch burning was a thing to do, a young woman, Cassandra, has the ability to suck demons out of people, but when she realizes she has a demon inside of herself too, she realizes she has to go on the run.
Wonder Woman Wednesday: AMAZON *Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.


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