MASKS! Dynamite Entertainment presents a Dynamite comic! MASKS is an eight-issue mini-series produced by Dynamite Comics. Written by Chris Roberson, the art is by Alex Ross and Dennis Calero and Simon Bowland. Published in 2013 the story teams up nine masked super-heroes from the Golden Age of heroic fiction. WHEN THE LAW BECOMES UNJUST – […]Read More Before there were comic heroes there were MASKS!
SHARPE’S RIFLES a review He was a great soldier but can he make it as an officer and a gentleman? MAJOR BLAS VIVAR: A toast. Death to the French! (after seeing that Sharpe is not drinking) MAJOR BLAS VIVAR: Why do you not drink? RICHARD SHARPE: I never liked that toast, Major. I’m a soldier […]Read More SHARPE’S RIFLES
THE DOMINO LADY The First and still one of the best! The Domino Lady is a masked pulp super-hero who first appeared in the May 1936 issue of the pulp magazine Saucy Romantic Adventures. This makes her history’s first female super-hero. The Domino Lady’s stories were all published under the house name “Lars Anderson” which […]Read More WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT MONTH – THE DOMINO LADY: First Female Super-Hero!
THE BLACK CAT Hollywood’s glamorous detective star! The Black Cat is a comic book super-hero published by Harvey Comics during the 1940s. She has no relation whatsoever to do with The Black Cat (Felicia Hardy) of Marvel Comics. The character’s creation is claimed by the Harvey family to have come from publisher Alfred Harvey but […]Read More WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT MONTH – THE BLACK CAT
THE SPANISH CAPE MYSTERY is a 1935 American mystery movie directed by Lewis D. Collins. It stars Donald Cook (although he does not get top billing), Helen Twelvetrees, and Berton Churchill. It is based on a novel of the same name by Ellery Queen. Cast Donald Cook as Ellery Queen Helen Twelvetrees as Stella Godfrey […]Read More THE SPANISH CAPE MYSTERY
“If it’s true that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, then drummers are from Pluto.” STILL CRAZY is a 1998 British film directed by Brian Gibson, produced by Amanda Marmot, and written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. It is a romantic comedy musical wiith an ensemble cast that features Stephen […]Read More STILL CRAZY
A SECRET AGENT GOES TO A CRIME LORD’S ISLAND FORTRESS WITH OTHER FIGHTERS TO COMPETE IN A MARTIAL ARTS TOURNAMENT! ENTER THE DRAGON is a 1973 martial arts/secret agent/action film directed by Robert Clouse, produced by Fred Weintraub, Paul Heller, and Raymond Chow, and written by Michael Allin. It stars Bruce Lee, John Saxon, and […]Read More CODE NAME – CAPRICORN: ENTER THE DRAGON
25 SECRET AGENT MOVIES FROM THE SWINGIN’ 60S! Secret agent and spy films have been with us since silent movies. But it wasn’t until the 1960s that it became a craze like Beatlemania! James Bond was the forerunner but he was by no means the only secret agent. I have compiled a list of 25 […]Read More CODE NAME – CAPRICORN: 25 SECRET AGENT MOVIES OF THE 60S
DEATH FROM ABOVE, BELOW, AND BEYOND ON THE . . . DANGER TRAIL! Is a secret agent mini-series comic book published by DC Comics in 1993. It stars King Faraday and Sarge Steel – the two top secret agents in the DC universe and features the return of Kobra a criminal mastermind and would-be world […]Read More CODENAME: CAPRICORN – DANGER TRAIL
HIS NAME IS . . . SAVAGE Also known as GIL KANE’S SAVAGE HIS NAME IS . . . SAVAGE is a 1968 magazine-format comics novel considered to be a precursor to the modern-day graphic novel. It was created by the great Gil Kane – who conceived, plotted, and illustrated it along with writer Archie […]Read More CODE NAME – CAPRICORN: His Name Is . . . Savage!