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You read these things for the spectacle, for the show, not for the perfectness of it all. It’s an experience. And an experience you will not regret, at that.
Haunt isn’t a bad movie. It’s just not particularly great either. It sits in a good middle ground where it could either be background noise or just something to watch with friends. I wouldn’t recommend watching Haunt if you’re expecting something that will have your heart racing, but I won’t say that it’s not worth at least one viewing.
With the Arroverse’s take on Crisis on Infinite Earths over a month away, there’s is so much we know and don’t.
At first glance it’s easy to chokehold or pigeon hole Tim Seeley and Brett Booth’s recreation of the Bloodshot character into Valiant Entertainment’s own Wolverine. But Bloodshot is more than that. Think a genetically engineered human being with trillions of nanites in his bloodstream. Allowing him to absorb endless amounts of gunfire and shapeshift into a completely different person.
Morrison managed to take a simple and well known character and made an epic origin story that manages to be both serious and fun. The writing is perfect and manages to make certain aspects that would normally seem silly, like Klaus saying “Ho Ho Ho” after cutting the demon’s head, work but also badass. Though there are a few things that are never fully explained, such as the nature of the forrest spirits, Morrison’s writing helps in still investing us in what’s going on. Jonas’s development from a selfish kid you want to punch to a more selfless kid willing to sacrifice himself is believable and my favorite part of the comic.
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Out of the bowels of BOOM! Studios, ONCE & FUTURE #1 is the latest in a brand new fantasy series by Dan Mora and Kieron Gillen.