Ant-Man ending and post-credits scene

Monday, July 20th, 2015
If you haven't seen Ant-Man and don't want anything ruined then stop reading here because SPOILERS ABOUND from here on out. I'll be honest, before seeing Ant-Man I had heard about the post-credit scene, and since seeing it myself I looked online to read other's opinions and all I have to say is...wtf? All the running theories I found say Winter Soldier has his armed trapped in "a wall" or "giant device" and imply Cap and Falcon captured him. That's not what I saw at all. First off, his other arm is completely free, actually he looks to be sitting kind of comfortably (with a slightly frustrated look) with the free arm propped… Read More

The Cinematic Experience

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
I've always enjoyed movies, as far back as I can remember. Spend any amount of time around me and you'll quickly learn this as I quote movies ad nauseum. Of course "as far back as I can remember" means features like Inner Space, Back to the Future, and The Care Bear movie in a theater that was modest for the 1980's. As years went on I still went to movies, but VHS, microwave popcorn, and Cheez-Whiz were growing strong so like alot of people I started watching movies from the convenience (an inexpense) of home. Its just not the same though, and I crave that theater viewing even more now. A perfect example, I was fortunate enough to win advanced… Read More

Deadpool, Man of the Hour

Thursday, July 16th, 2009
Just a quick post as I finish catching up on my comics. Dark Reign is turning out to be a fairly entertaining offering from Marvel. The Iron Man arc is kinda dry and slow but I have hopes for it. But what has been topping my charts so to speak is Deadpool. Daniel Way's writing and Paco Medina's style are just rocking this title. Cable & Deadpool was a good read, very entertaining, but this new run of Deadpool is a beast unto itself. The latest issues (10 and 11) are complete win. I could copy every page and put them on my walls as art, each panel is hilarious and brilliantly drawn in its own right.
I think my only gripe with Dark Reign… Read More