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For those of you that are too cool for school to see The Avengers on May 4, there may be an alternative: This mock mashup trailer for what the film would have looked like...as a 1978 made-for-TV movie.

Although, it might have been cool to see Peter Frampton as Ant-Man and Carly Simon as Wasp, much like the upcoming mega-movie, they are (presumably) MIA.

It's hard to be faster than a speeding bullet when half of your legs are buried and a woman is tugging at your cape.

Then again, this could be some kind of Russian avant-garde version of Superman whose superpowers are only a metaphorical dream for the struggle against the evil will of free markets.

G.I. Joe Retaliation: New Trailer Goes Rogue

A brand new trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation has hit, highlighting the sequel's explosive, ninja-riffic, more old-school, fan-friendly approach to the film franchise.

Channing Tatum returns as chisel-jawed leading man, Duke, but he may be taking a backseat in the alpha male department to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's heavy-machine-gun-toting Roadblock. Also, the sagely, grizzled, Joe Colton played by Bruce Willis won't sit back and let them hog the testosterone spotlight, either.

Now, instead of running through the streets of Paris in "Accelerator Suits," they're running from their own government after the evil organization, Cobra has infiltrated the White House, making the Joe team public enemy number one in the world.

Check out the trailer below.

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The Fresh Prince Of Eternia

Posted April 24, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

The Fresh Prince Of Eternia

Prince Adam was living all chill and good until a skull-faced villain started making trouble in his neighborhood.

He got in one little fight and the Sorceress got scared and said "you're getting a magic sword that will make you stronger than a roided-up-bear."


Moriarty's Daniel Corey Reviews Manhattan Projects, Shadow »

Fresh Ink Online host Blair Butler is joined by Moriarty mainman Daniel Corey for reviews of Manhattan Projects, The Walking Dead, The Shadow, 3Story, America’s Got Powers, Batman, Hell Yeah, John Carter, The Punisher and Peanuts! Yes, Peanuts.

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Lobo Movie Moves Forward With New Director

It appears that the big-screen adaptation of DC Comics' badass intergalactic bounty hunter, Lobo finally has some traction. Warner Bros. has named Brad Peyton, director of the recent box-office 3D hit, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island to not only take the helm, but pen the script.

The character is a hardened, space-motorcycle-riding albino alien version of Dog the Bounty Hunter with super-strength and durability that, in the past, has made him a match for even the likes of Superman. -- Oh, he also has Wolverine-like healing abilities that make him immune to disease, aging, and even some of the most maiming injuries imaginable.

How in the world could Hollywood tackle a film like this?

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The Avengers...On A Budget

Posted April 23, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Marvel's upcoming superhero mega-team-up, The Avengers is looking very likely to dominate the box-office for quite a while when it hits on May 4.  -- Thanks, in no small part, to its estimated $220 million budget, which surely played a major factor in making the film look good enough for that assessment.

However, here's a good peek at what the film would have looked like, if director, Joss Whedon had been restricted to a budget of what appears to be around $220 dollars.

Spider-Man: Symbiote I Used To Know

Christening himself with the new stage name, "Spidye," he's now artistically reflecting back on his dilemma with the oozing, shape-shifting symbiote that would change his life with a ubiquitous hit song and a lot of body paint.


Magneto Hates Doing Dishes

Posted April 20, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Magneto Hates Doing Dishes

His war against humanity still requires some mundane tasks, especially when he draws the small straw with the Brotherhood and gets stuck in an evening fighting with the silverware, armed only with Palmolive and a puzzled grimace.


The Walking Dead: The Hunt For Carl

In the midst of a zombie apocalypse, an off-the-reservation mother named Lori uses her son (whose name occasionally slips her mind,) as a catalyst for constant unnecessary side plots devoted to looking for him.

Because of his antics, a nice old widower named Dale got jumped by a ninja walker. -- Who will be next?


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