Friday, October 30, 2020

PSSSSST. HEY. YOU. The Mandalorian is Back on Disney+

 The Mandalorian, Season 2 has arrived! 

Our favorite Mandalorian, Din Djarin is back with his cute and mischievous charge "Baby Yoda" for another eight episodes. This time the quest is for Din Djarin find the baby's kin. No easy task when their is a bounty on your head and Moff Gideon, head of the Death Squad Troopers on your heels. Nevertheless, lets watch and enjoy as The Mandalorian and his companions battle their way through the universe to find Baby Yoda's home on Disney+.

DC's Hill House Comics THE DOLLHOUSE FAMILY Graphic Novel Collection on Sale Now


U.S. Price: $24.99
Available Now

On Alice’s sixth birthday, her dying great-aunt sent her the birthday gift she never knew she always wanted: a big, beautiful 19th-century dollhouse, complete with a family of antique dolls. In no time at all, the dollhouse isn’t just Alice’s favorite’s her whole world. And soon, young Alice learns she can enter the house to visit a new group of friends, straight out of a heartwarming children’s novel: the Dollhouse family. But while the Dollhouse family welcomes her with open arms, in the real world, her family life is becoming much more complicated...and deep within the Dollhouse’s twisting halls, the Black Room waits, with an offer to Alice. The house can fix all this, the Black Room says. All she has to do is say the words... From there unfolds a twisty, surreal, multigenerational horror tale that echoes into centuries past, into Alice’s tormented future, and into the beating heart of the madness that makes up our world...literally. Collects The Dollhouse Family #1-6.


Thursday, October 29, 2020

DC's Year of the Villain (2019-) The Joker as Evil Smiling Man

 In the post 'The Man Who Laughs, the 1928 Silent Classic Film with Far Reaching Influence', on my ‘Widescreen Online Review’s October Days of Terror’ page,  I wrote about comic, anime, and live action character that were probably given live through the influence of silent film actor Conrad Veidt in the 1928 silent film The Man Who Laughs, where he played a kidnapped son of a doom rebel that was mutilated to make him look forever as a court jester or clown.

It is generally believed by creator of such comic characters as Ryuk, a Shinigami God of death from Death Note, Mayuri Kurotsuchi the Captain of the 12th Division of Soul Reapers in Bleach, and of course the master of evil DC Comic's The Joker have Conrad Veidt's character  Gwynplaine, 'The Man Who Laughs' as their founding father.

Today's photo from 'DC's Year of the Villain (2019-)' is further proof of Jack Napier's origins as the Joker.

             Below Conrad Veid's character  Gwynplaine, 'The Man Who Laughs

 There are many characters the toting smiles that resemble
Gwynplaine, and like
Gwynplaine, not all of them are evil, but that is for another post.

"Yes, I'm obsessed."

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Javicia Leslie Looks Great in Her Batwoman Suit

 It's a done deal Javicia Leslie has her Batwoman suit. While similar to the Rudy Rose suit, there is enough red and additional leather in Javicia Leslie suit to make it her own and make her look amazing.

Batwoman, with Leslie starring  in season 2 will returns in January 2021 on The CW.


Due to the Coronavirus Crisis some of the new issues Comic Books, Cartoon Series and Live-Action Films debut dates features on the Widescreen Online Review websites are either rescheduled closed down until further notice.