Jan 17, 2014
Movie Meltdown - Episode 259
This week we are coming to you "live" from "The Destination" as we discuss graphic novels that have been turned into movies.
And as we celebrate the banality of existence, we also discuss... Her, Will Eisner, a pop culture oasis, Titanic, Star Wars, Jill Thompson, Harvey Pekar, Viggo Mortensen, Frank Miller, validating the art form, The Big Bang Theory, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, graphic novels seen as literature, Guy Fawkes day, Ghost World, The Sandman, He-Man, Marvel Zombies, Daria, Robert Crumb, Death Note, David Cronenberg, Belgium comic book fans, Edgar Wright, Thanos, a tour guide to Toronto, Black Science, Y: The Last Man, rebels vs terrorists, my patron saint of anxiety, A History of Violence, The Shadow, ...and then Pokémon happened, The World's End, Michael Cera, The Preacher, Dolph Lundgren, The Walking Dead, straying from the source material, Sin City, independent comics, punching Micheal Bay, Paul Giamatti, Bakamon!, Spider, Ant-Man, Sheltered, Patch Adams: The Comic, The Avengers, Days of Future Past, Road to Perdition, The Spirit, Doctor Who, Marty McFly, fan fiction, Watchmen, The Dark Phoenix Saga, American Splendor, Dick Tracy, Wolverine: Old Man Logan, V for Vendetta, A Contract with God, I would totally give him a piggyback ride and what do I have to worry about today?
"...the style was completely unique... it just didn't look like anything else. It was really rad."
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