Thursday, May 29, 2008

Superman's 70th Anniversary

The Man Of Steel turns 70 this coming June and we are going to celebrate it! We are going to discuss our favorite Superman movies, Shows and things of that matter.Feel free to post here your favorite superman movie or show and tell us why. most importantly the question for you guys which Superman storyline from the comics, or storyline in general, would you like to see be adapted into a movie? would it be live action or animated? who would you cast?

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Comic Tube Episode 4 : Supernatural Origins/Seasons 1-3

Leroy is joined by Leroy As He Reviews Supernatural Origins, the comics published by wildstorm, Seasons 1-3 and a discussion as to what he would like to see later on in season 4. At first we had another recording where we were joined by Marie and Richard but we had problems with the audio after we recorded and since we wanted to get this episode out before june Leroy had to re-record by himself. Fortunately, at the end of the episode there is still some audio that was managed to be used including Marie and Richard.

0:00 - Show Opening
3:00 - Supernatural Synopsis As A Whole (No Spoilers)
5:32 - Supernatural Origins Review (Spoilers)
11:49 - Supernatural Seasons 1 and 2 Recap (Spoilers)
19:20 - Supernatural Season 3 Overview Episode Favorites "Sin City", "Mystery Spot", "GhostFacers", "No Rest For The Wicked" (Spoilers) 
33:02 - Supernatural Season 4 Speculation (Season 1-3 Spoilers)/Forum Comments
43:39 - Show Closing
49:02 - The Surviving Audio of the Supernatural featuring Marie and Richard (season 1-3 spoilers)

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Kryptographik Podcast featuring Brian (in the U.S.) and Damian (in Australia), providing news, reviews, and commentary regarding horror, dark fantasy and science-fiction. 

Monday, May 12, 2008

Comic Tube Episode 3 : Iron Man

Leroy and Brad discuss briefly the 2008 New York Comic Con and are then joined by Phil in an in depth Spoiler Filled discussion on Marvel Studio's Iron Man.

0:00 - Show Opening. Brief 2008 New York Comic Con Overview, News on Incredible Hulk Movie, Heroes Season 3 and Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles Season 2
23:04 - Spoiler Filled Iron Man Discussion
1:31:58 - Marvel Studio's Future Production Line Up
1:39:59 - Show Closing/Bloopers

Just a Reminder Episode 4 we will review the season finale of Smallville and Episode 5 we will review the season finale to Supernatural along with Supernatural Origins issue 1-6. If you guys want to leave your thoughts of any of these things drop us an email at or visit one of our two forums at so we can have your opinion on the show.

Monday, May 5, 2008

Marvel Announces Future Movies and Television Shows

Live Action

Ant-Man: Writer/director engaged (Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish, respectively)
Punisher: War Zone: December 5th, 2008 release
X-Men Origins: Wolverine: May 1st, 2009 release
Iron Man 2 : May 2010 ReleaseThor, 2010 Release
Captain America, 2011 Release
The Avengers, 2011 Release

Animated Features
Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow DVD: late 2008 release
"Hulk Vs". DVD: early 2009 release
Thor: Son of Asgard DVD: late 2009 release
Planet Hulk DVD Early 2010 release

Animated Televison Shows
Wolverine and the X-Men cartoon: scheduled for Spring 2009 release
Iron Man: Armored Adventures cartoon: scheduled for Spring 2009 release on Nicktoons
Hulk Gamma Corps cartoon: scheduled for Spring 2009 release
Super Hero Squad cartoon: scheduled for Spring 2009 release


Thursday, May 1, 2008

Michael Rosenbaum Leaves Smallville


"Dear Smallville Fans, 

Well, it's been seven wonderful years. Your support is what has made Smallville so successful, and I appreciate you all more than you know. 

That being said, it is time for me to start the next chapter of my life and career. I hope that I gave you some enjoyment over the years, and that you found my portrayal of Lex Luthor to be satisfying. I am truly grateful, as Smallville fans are the best fans out there. I sincerely hope that you will continue to follow my career through my hair growth period and beyond. 

I'm very excited about what the future holds, but certainly, Smallville will always be a part of me. I will definitely miss the greatest crew in the world, and the wonderful cast that has been like a family to me. 

Thank you Al and Miles for creating the show. Thank you writers, producers, directors and editors. Thanks Tollin, Robbins and Davola for being there for the pilot. Thank you Peter Roth for employing me for ten years. Lisa Lewis, I miss you already. John Glover, thanks for helping me feel more comfortable touching other actors, while acting. Bizarre, but helpful. 

Mostly, I want to thank Greg Beeman for directing the "Oh Sherry" video, by Steve Perry, back in the 80's. 

Thanks crew. Thanks fans. Thanks Smallville. 

I love you all, 

Michael Rosenbaum"