How come this statue got sculpted without a shirt? The devil made them do it! Just the right size at 8-inches tall, the Little Minxies Sinful Suzie Pinup Girl Statue is coming soon... and she's dressed to kill! She has thigh-high latex boots, a pointy pitchfork, and a sensible blue hairdo. Oh, and horns. Big horns! We assume she's not safe for work, but then again, we don't know where you work. So, it might be cool to add her to your store right away!
The 2016 remake of the same name, The Brain That Wouldn't Die is a satirical take on the story, utilizing both the intentional and unintentional comedic elements of the original, while bolstering the characters and plot. Directed by Derek Carl and written by Hank Huffman, the team behind the short film Bad Seed (2015) and the upcoming web series Y2K 2000 (2016), the remake proudly wears its influences on its sleeve, from the colorful gore-fest Re-Animator to the exceedingly funny The Man with Two Brains.
The film will be shot in Portland, Oregon, with a local cast and crew.
Combining elements of Gothic horror, film noir and science fiction, The Brain That Wouldn't Die is a charming, if not delightfully flawed, entry from director Joseph Green and producer Rex Carlton. Filmed in 1959 and released in '62, “Brain” follows the misadventures of Dr. Bill Cortner (Jason Evers), a brilliant surgeon who revives the head of his recently decapitated fiancee, Jan Compton (Virginia …
If you really want to piss off a Filapino comic book fan compare that countries uber-famous superhero, Darna, with Wonder Woman. Trust me I did that in one of my articles and I caught an ear full from a die-hard fan.
In my defense, however, the only photos I saw of Darna were from a movie version produced by Viva Films. As I was informed by the for mentioned fan that was a cheaply made film that did indeed copy Wonder Woman but all other incarnations of the character differ from her in numerous ways.
Darna's appearence may somewhat resemble that of Wonder Woman but her powers were actually modeled after Superman.
Darna has always been able to fly, an ability that Wonder Woman originally did not possess.
Even though Darna wears large metal bracelts, she doesn't need them to stop bullets and the like. Her skin is unpenetratable barrier just like Superman. Projectiles bounce right off of her.
As we all know, Wonder Woman is an Amazon princess. Her powers c…
Stories in this issue include: "Vampirella: Army of the Dead"; "Cassandra St. Knight: Mindwars"; "Pantha: The Haitian Connection"; "Dragon"; and "The Fox." Written by Rich Margopoulos, Esteban Maroto, and Nicola Cuti. Art by Gonzalo Mayo, Rafael Auraleon, Jose Ortiz, Esteban Maroto, and Luis Bermejo. Cover art by Enrich Torres.
Vampirella initially appeared in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror-comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969), running to issue #112 (March 1983). The title was a sister magazine of Warren's horror anthologies Creepy and Eerie. Like those magazines' respective mascots, Uncle Creepy and Cousin Eerie, Vampirella hosted horror stories, though unlike them, she would also star in her own story, which would headline each issue. Vampirella was initially ed…