Ever start reading something and suddenly notice that several hours have passed since you’ve either blinked/eaten/gone to the loo? If that’s your gauge for quality then “Irredeemable” is worth your time. There are those of you out there that foster the notion that Superman is a poor character. Complaints range from “he’s just a boy … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Joe Reviews: “Green Room”.
Green Room, written & directed by Jeremy Saulnier, Starring the late Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots & Patrick Stewart; centers on an amateur punk band who are besieged by Neo-Nazi skinheads after witnessing a murder within the club’s ‘Green Room’. Joe’s back to give his two cents… Starting things off I’ll have to acknowledge the fact … Continue reading
Comics you should be reading – “IF Anthology 2016”
Alterna Comics, champions of indie comics, are due to release a second Anthology project based on the theme of Super Powers, that comprises over 100 creators from across the medium, 40 Story’s and a whopping 384 pages. It’s currently in the midst of it’s Kickstarter campaign. Peter Simeti (founder of Alterna) has kindly given The Werd access … Continue reading
Joe Reviews: “The Flash – Season 2”
After ‘power-watching’ “Legends of Tomorrow – Season 1” & “Arrow – Season 4” in the span of two weeks, Joe explained that the thought of doing another series so soon sounded a bit daunting. So he decided to watch “The Flash – Season 2” in as short a time as humanly possible. Did he survive the … Continue reading
Joe Reviews : “Arrow – Season 4”
So it comes to this, the main property of the “Arrowverse” Arrow. Newly released in an all bells and whistles DVD/Blu Ray Box set is the fourth season, charting Oliver & Felicity’s not so relaxing return to Star City after seemingly driving off into the sunset at the end of Season 3. Joe’s watched this, read … Continue reading
Joe Reviews : “Legends of Tomorrow”
Legends of Tomorrow, The spin-off series of Arrow and The Flash, Starring Rory Williams, Superman, Officer Kirsten Landry and those blokes from Prison Break, Sorry, I mean Arthur Darvill, Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Wentworth Miller & Dominic Purcell! plus more… is fresh out on DVD, Blu Ray and Digital, and, being that Joe has now cemented an interest in the … Continue reading
“Werd Bugger – The Argumentcast” Episode 12 – TV or Film (or THE DEATH OF HOLLYWOOD).
In this last episode before the guys take a break, Rob & Joe ramble about Cinema, TV, people making noise, parents taking babies into a 15/18 rated film and the eventual implosion of Hollywood. This’ll be the last episode of Werd Bugger for a while folks, Joe’s off to UNI and moving house, and Rob … Continue reading
Kickstarters, Fluffy Noir & Indie Comics – Interview with creator of “Torsobear”, Brett Uren.
As much as Joe loves reviewing DC TV shows, He expressed a wish to get back to basics with The Werd, and, having seen a kickstarter campaign by a local indie comic book writer/artist, decided to focus The Werd’s gaze on “Torsobear” and interview its creator. The third volume “Back on the Blocks” has just … Continue reading
Martial arts practitioners in need of Dredd? Well Scramble has you covered!
We love Martial Arts here at The Werd. Joe & Brad both share a love for Ong Bak, Tony Jaa, Ip Man & Donnie Yen, and we all love Dredd, so this was kind of written in the stars right? That’s it, we’re all going to stop writing and become Masters of some kind of … Continue reading
Joe Reviews: “Misty”
Misty, one of the British comic industries female focused answer to 2000AD – devised by Pat Mills no less. And Joe had the distinct pleasure of its company on a rather bumpy plane ride to Italy. Here’s what he thought… I actually read most of “Misty” on a plane bound for Venice. As such, my review is … Continue reading