I LOVE Paul Rudd. He is one of the few actors that can make me laugh. But my love for him can’t get me excited about this film. The buzz on it has been great so far calling it one of the best superheroes films. I don’t know if I am just burnt out of comic book movies but I have absolutely no interested in seeing Ant Man. I watch the trailers and read articles and think why. Why should I go see this movie? There is nothing compelling about the film beyond Paul Rudd. I’ve seen all but one of the Marvel films (Ed Norton as the Hulk – just not buying it) but I am going to sit this one out.
Marvels & Monsters: Unmasking Asian Images in U.S. Comics, 1942-1986
October 12, 2013 – February 9, 2014
Through a selection of images from comic books representing four turbulent decades, Marvels & Monsters illustrates how evolving racial and cultural archetypes defined America’s perceptions of Asians. This exhibition draws from noted science fiction author and cultural studies scholar William F. Wu’s comic book collection—the largest archive of comic books featuring Asians and Asian Americans—that was donated to the NYU Fales Library & Special Collections through the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU.
The fifth annual Long Beach Commic & Horror Con has been scheduled for November 23 & 24, 2013 at the Long Beach Convention Center. This year’s special is Brian Pulido, president of Chaos! Comics. Also schedule to appear:
Eric Basaldua – Darkness, Witchbalde/Wolverine
Rvan Beniamin – Wildcats, X-Men, Star Wars
Amanda Conner – Harley Quinn, Before Watchmen
Sara Richard – Power Puff Girls
For more information check out LongBeachComicCon.com