November 2013

Nina Agdal - Cover Man Magazine (Winter 2013)

Danish model Nina Adgal graces the cover of the Winter Man issue of Cover Magazine. You can find the pics from her “Cars & Girls” photo shoot inside.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures #5When Fishface attacks a cruise ship looking to get his hands on his former partner-in-crime Victor Sousa, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello show up to save the day. For the first time the Turtles find themselves fighting the fish-mutant in water, and Fishface turns out to be far more trouble in his natural habitat.

Raphael questions putting their own lives on the line to save a gangster (which turns out to be prophetic as Victor eventually turns on his would-be rescuers). Although the ship is sunk, the Turtles eventually are able to stop Fishface and turn Victor over to the police allowing Leo to show his brother that saving a criminal doesn’t mean letting him go free.

Of the characters created for the new animated show, Fishface is one of the oddest. I haven’t been the biggest fan of his, but Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures #5 uses the setting to the character’s advantage, making him a credible threat given the circumstances the Turtles find themselves in. Worth a look.

[IDW, $3.99]

Coming Soon

by Alan Rapp on November 30, 2013

in Film News & Trailers

  • Title: Divergent
  • IMDB: link

Hoping to be the next teen series to make a successful leap to the big screen, we now have our first trailer for Divergent based on the novel of the same name by Veronica Roth. Set in a dystopian future where the populace is divided into separate factions each meant to uphold a specific virtue of humanity, Shailene Woodley stars as young woman who bucks the status quo. Theo JamesKate WinsletZoë KravitzRay StevensonTony Goldwyn, Ashley JuddMekhi Phifer, and Maggie Q also star. Divergent opens in theaters on March 21st.

Batman ’66 #5

by Alan Rapp on November 30, 2013

in Comics

Batman '66 #5The latest adventure set in the world of the 60’s Batman television show pits Batman and Robin against The Sandman who puts all of Gotham City into a highly suggestive sleep to complete the largest robbery the city has ever seen. After catching the Dynamic Duo in his trap as well the villain attempts to pry the location out the Batcave out of them by controlling Batman’s dreams (which include a couple of really cool panels by artist Ruben Procopio).

Despite nearly giving away the secret location of the Batcave (and with it his secret identity), Batman eventually realizes and takes control of the dream allow the heroes to wake-up and put the villain to sleep (so to speak). The Sandman falls very much into the D-list category of Bat-villains, but the tale is fun and certainly fits the style of the comic.

The issue also includes the first appearance of Batgirl in a back-up story, featuring some fun art by Colleen Ann Coover, when she takes on the Eartha Kitt Catwoman who attempts to rob the Gotham Museum of the priceless Tiger Topaz. Worth a look.

[DC, $3.99]

Spider-Woman Bishoujo Statue

by Alan Rapp on November 30, 2013

in Toys & Collectibles


Marvel Comics’ new 1/7 Scale Spider-Woman Bishoujo Statue will will be available next June but you can pre-order yours now for the low, low price of $60.