This week on Hold 322… We talk about the broken promises of Age of Ultron, an Easter egg in Man of Steel, and 9 actresses who could play Wonder Woman. JC wasn’t able to pick up his stack this week, but does talk about last week’s stack, including Aquaman, Age of Ultron 10 AI, Young Avengers and Hawkguy! Jeff tells us about Satellite Sam, and Bob picked up He-Man, the Dark Knight, and found out Swamp Thing ships 2 hours later than other comics. Bob tells us about NBC’s latest deal with Lion Forge To make digital comics… We spend a minute making fun of that, then he asks what old shows we’d like Lion Forge to make into comics.
All this, and Ultimate Stan sings in Japanese! Face front, true believers, it’s Hold 322!
Issue 85 – The Bear said “RAWR!”
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I just cannot see a Bishop movie being made (yes i know he is going to be in Day of Future Past) without thinking of Julius Carry. Before he died, he played Lord Bowler in Brisco County Jr. He looked just like Bishop
I am sure you know this but both KITT and the Cylons were made by the same guy.. I think his name was Gary Larsen.. Knight Rider reboot failed because they had the Hoff be the bastard father and Val Kilmer be the voice of KITT.. Val just needs to stick to being Gay Perry in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
As for comics I would like to see made from TV shows… I think I would like to see Brimstone, Urban Gothic, The Lost Room, MTV’s The Head and Poltergiest: The legacy.. in summary. I just miss the old series Constantine…
PS did you guys get your SLC comic con passes?
PPS. NEEDS MORE SPOTS. JK. you rock dude.
I actually found this on IMDB,
Singers: Doc Bruce Banner, belted by gamma rays, / Turns into the Hulk.
Female Singer: Ain’t he unglamo-rays?
Singers: Wreckin’ the town with / The power of a bull.
Female Singer: Ain’t no monster, clown. / Who is as lovable?
Singers: As ever-lovin’ Hulk! / Hulk! Hulk!
As to Bob’s question–obviously the shows that should have comic books are The Golden Girls and Hetty Winthropp Invenstigates because there should be more old lady heroines of comic books (just kidding). How about Eureka? Or is IDW already doing that?
Also, Bob, Ultimate Stan’s performance made me think of Mothra–didn’t these two tiny little women wake Mothra up with a production number?