October 2011

This is Canadian electrofunk duo Chromeo, who we’ve shared with you in the past, with their video for “When The Night Falls.”

Chromeo – When The Night Falls

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The fight that was promised to us at the end of the first issue is delivered in full here as the team of Annihilators (GladiatorQuasarRonan the AccuserBeta Ray Bill and Ikon the Space Knight) throw down with the Avengers (Iron ManCaptain AmericaSpider-ManWolverineMs. MarvelValkyrie, and the Thing) who have shown up to stop the alien invaders from leveling a Colorado town… by creating more violence and further leveling the Colorado town.

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Here’s The Soggy Bottom Boys (minus George Clooney) with their music video for “In The Jailhouse Now.”

The Soggy Bottom Boys – In The Jailhouse Now

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“The Last Train” is an animated short movie made as part of The Animation Hub, a collaboration between staff and students of the Irish School of Animation (ISA) at Ballyfermot College of Further Education (BCFE), staff and students of Trinity College’s Graphics, Vision and Visualisation Group (GV2) and the recently established animation studio Giant Creative, set up by BCFE graduates.

The Last Train

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As the show returns for its fifth (and sadly final) season we catch up with the newly created Carmichael Industries. Our spies have left the government and set up their own shop as high-priced spies for hire who, as they put it, are still working out some kinks. But that’s not the only change as Chuck (Zachary Levi) is still dealing with the fallout from last season’s finale which saw him stripped of the Intersect and, even more shocking, saw it put in his best friend.

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Harold (John Cho), Kumar (Kal Penn), and Neil Patrick Harris are back to save Christmas with babes, dudes, sex, violence, drugs, claymation, Jews, Mexicans, and Jesus Christ. Paula GarcésIsabella GielniakEddie Kaye ThomasDavid KrumholtzBobby LeeThomas LennonDanny Trejo, and Patton Oswalt (as Santa Claus) also star. A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas opens everywhere on November 4th. NOTE: The Red Band trailer is NSFW.

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The Comic Rack

by Cap'n Carrot on October 31, 2011 · 0 comments

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It’s a new week so it must be time to talk about comics! Welcome to the RazorFine Comic Rack boys and girls. Pull up a bean bag and take a seat at feet of the master as we offer you this quick list of all kinds of comic book goodness set to hit comic shops and bookstores this week from all your favorite publishers including DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Archie, Dynamite, Image Comics, and others.

This week includes Action Comics, Amazing Spider-Man, Animal Man, Detective Comics, G.I. JOE, Hulk, Infinite Vacation, Invincible, Justice League International, Moon Knight, The Rinse, Stormwatch, Transformers, Usagi Yojimbo, X-Men, the first issues of 7 Warriors, Betrayal of the Planet of the Apes, Blood Red Dragon, Dark Shadows, Heart, Jack Avarice is the Courier, Pilot Season: Misdirection, Six Guns, Thor: The Deviants Saga, and the final issues of Crysis, Flash Gordon: Invasion of the Red Sword, Hack/Slash/Eva: Monsters Ball, Mystic, and Witch Doctor.

Enjoy issue #152

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It’s time once again to FREAK-OUT, four color style! Marvel knocks it out of the park this week with a satisfying wrap-up to Spider-Island, and issue #1 of Wolverine & the X-Men (Bobby & Aaron’s pick o’ the week), while DC makes the last week of the month extra easy on your wallet. Also on deck: Captain America: The First Avenger on Bluray, why superheroes kick Barbie’s ass, the frustrating genius of Joss Whedon, and of course – Desert Burger.

Listen! Listen now, before the T-Rex breaks free of his pen! Or you know, save it for later and listen on iTunes. Whichever.

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In the 1950’s Hunter S. Thompson would pen a novel that wouldn’t see the light of day for more than 40 years. Its path to the theaters wasn’t much smoother as it languished in development hell for the better part of a decade before writer/director Bruce Robinson and Johnny Depp (Thompson’s original choice for the role) were attached in 2009. The story follows the exploits of Paul Kemp (Depp), a struggling novelist, who leaves New York to accept a job no one else wants at The Daily News in Puerto Rico. The film also stars Amber Heard who the camera doesn’t so much love as continuously lust after in every scene she appears.

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We’ve mentioned our appreciation of K. Beaton’s webcomic Hark! A Vagrant before but this comic of Kraven the Hunter’s Prom is simply too delicious not to share.

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