Deadpool trailers released!

The trailers for the upcoming Ryan Reynolds-led Deadpool movie have been released!

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Warning: the following red-band trailer contains material suggested for mature audiences, including graphic violence and language. So it is awesome!

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It is also quite interesting to compare these with the leaked test footage from a few years ago, if you can still find it online. Fox has apparently blocked all of the copies I have seen, on copyright grounds.

 

Deadpool red-band trailer coming …

The following was posted to the Deadpool Movie Twitter feed this morning (3 Aug. 2015 at 11am):

My suspicion is that this trailer will be the “finished” version of what was shown at San Diego Comic-Con last month.

“The Merc with a Mouth” often breaks the Fourth Wall in the comic books, so we can expect some of that in the film coming next year. So far, the marketing of this movie has been very meta, including this trailer for a trailer (even featuring “Trailer Voice” saying “In a world …”).

The fact that Ryan Reynolds (who played “Deadpool” in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and campaigned hard to get this movie) has been able to pull off what he has during the past couple years proves that he is a true fan. I am confident that what we get will be a Deadpool fanboy’s dream!

What do you think? Will the Deadpool we get be the Deadpool we deserve?

GeekFuel Unboxing video – July 2015

Check out the unboxing video for Geek Fuel’s July 2015 box.

It wasn’t our favorite box that Geek Fuel has done, but the box still contained some great items!

To order your own box, please click the following referral link: https://www.geekfuel.com/FBMTJf

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Unboxing Comic Bento – July 2015

Take a look at what was in this month’s Comic Bento subscription box.

For more information on Comic Bento, click here.

To purchase these comics from Things from Another World, click the individual titles below:

Divinity TPB (Valiant)

The Life After Vol. 1 TPB (Oni Press)

Marvel Universe Ant-Man Digest TPB (Marvel)

Project Superpowers Vol. 1 TPB (Dynamite)

Project Superpowers: Chapter Two Vol. 1 TPB (Dynamite)

James Patterson’s Witch & Wizard: Battle Shadowland HC Graphic Novel (IDW)

Checklist of Secret Wars II (1985-86) tie-in titles

It’s hard to believe that the Secret War II crossover event began thirty years ago this month—in July 1985. This was the first big crossover event in Marvel history, with parts of the story spreading out over nearly all of Marvel’s titles. Some critics don’t review the story very positively, but as a child of the 1980s reading the story in the 1980s, I loved it. Even the Beyonder’s mullet.

Here is a checklist of all of the Secret War II tie-in issues.

Chronological:

July 1985:

New Mutants #30
Captain America #308
Uncanny X-Men #196
Iron Man #197

August 1985:

Web of Spider-Man #6
Amazing Spider-Man #268
Fantastic Four #282

September 1985:

Daredevil #223
Incredible Hulk #312
Avengers #260

October 1985:

Dazzler #40
Alpha Flight #28
Rom #72
Avengers #261

November 1985:

Thing #30
Doctor Strange #74
Fantastic Four #285

December 1985:

Cloak and Dagger #4
Power Pack #18
Micronauts #16
Thor #363
Power Man and Iron Fist #121

January 1986:

New Mutants #36
Amazing Spider-Man #273
Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #111
Defenders #152
Uncanny X-Men #202

February 1986:

New Mutants #37
Amazing Spider-Man #274
Avengers #265
Uncanny X-Men #203
Fantastic Four #288

March 1986:

Avengers #266


Alphabetical:

Alpha Flight #28
Amazing Spider-Man #268
Amazing Spider-Man #273
Amazing Spider-Man #274
Avengers #260
Avengers #261
Avengers #265
Avengers #266
Captain America #308
Cloak and Dagger #4
Daredevil #223
Dazzler #40
Doctor Strange #74
Fantastic Four #282
Fantastic Four #285
Fantastic Four #288
Incredible Hulk #312
Iron Man #197
Micronauts #16
New Defenders #152
New Mutants #30
New Mutants #36
New Mutants #37
Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #111
Power Man and Iron Fist #121
Power Pack #18
Rom #72
Thing #30
Thor #363
Uncanny X-Men #196
Uncanny X-Men #202
Uncanny X-Men #203
Web of Spider-Man #6

Usual Suspects comic to reveal the origins of Keyser Soze

Bryan Singer should be a household name to fans of comic books and movies. The director of the critically acclaimed X-Men, X2: X-Men UnitedSuperman Returns, and X-Men: Days of Future Past movies is no stranger to comic book adaptations. Singer’s production company Bad Hat Harry also produced X-Men: First Class and The Wolverine, in addition to the television series House, M. D.

Bryan Singer’s first movie, 1995’s The Usual Suspects, may be his most renowned. Christopher McQuarrie won the Academy Award for Best Screenplay and Kevin Spacey won the Award for Best Supporting Actor in the film. In addition to the official recognition, Suspects achieved an almost instant cult status due primarily to the main villain/anti-hero Spacey’s “Verbal” Kint/Keyser Soze. Little is actually revealed about Soze during the film: even his identity is only revealed in the last few minutes.

This will change in early 2016. Bad Hat Harry Productions and Red 5 Comics have announced a series of graphic novels focused on Keyser Soze. The first issue of Keyser Soze: Scorched Earth will recount how Soze builds his drug empire during the 1980s’ “War on Drugs,” nine years prior to the events of the film.

New Comic Book Day Comics Haul (22 July 2015) #NCBD #LongboxDiving

Some fun new comics this week! Check out what Mary and I picked up, including our $1 box back issues.

After the video, click on the links to purchase any of the new issues from Things from Another World, most at 10% off cover price!

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New Issues

Archie vs. Sharknado #1 (Archie Comics)

Fight Club 2 #3 (Dark Horse Comics)

Future Imperfect #3 (Marvel)

Marvel Zombies #2 (Marvel)

Old Man Logan #3 (Marvel)

Weirdworld #1 (Marvel)

Weirdworld #2 (Marvel)

Back Issues

Dazzler #40 (1985, Marvel)

The Defenders #152 (1986, Marvel)

Deadpool vs. X-Force #4 (2014, Marvel)

Drunken Fist #10 (1989, Jademan Comics)