IDW explores the early days of Judge Dredd with Year One, Valiant’s main hero launches a one man war on an alien planet and tons of Marvel action are what’s going on in this week’s Pull List.
Tons of books out this week including more Age of Ultron, a new Wolverine, the finale of Before Watchmen: Ozymandias and comedian Paul Scheer’s comic writing debut with Aliens vs Parker.
A new weekly feature here on Everything Action where we take a look at some of the comics out every week. For the initial entry, we take a look at the first issue of Marvel’s big event, Age of Ultron, as well as the epilogues to the Swamp Thing/Animal Man epic storyline, Rotworld.
John McClane is back and heading to Russia to help his son, Jack, deal with international terrorists in the fifth entry in the Die Hard movie, A Good Day to Die Hard. Should John finally head into retirement or does this “cowboy” still have it?
Stallone is back after leading the Expendables last summer for a team up with Fast & Furious’ Sung Kang in New Orleans and directed by action legend Walter Hill. Is it a classic pairing or should Stallone stick to working alone?
Our patron saint, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is back for The Last Stand where Arnold plays a small town sheriff whose town is in the cross-hairs of a dangerous drug kingpin hurtling toward them in a souped up sports car.
Jamie Foxx saddles up with Christoph Waltz in Quentin Tarantino’s spaghetti southern “Django Unchained”.
There’s been a lot of grumbling and arguing about whether or not The Hobbit should have been one movie instead of the three it is now but if the next two movies are as exciting and fun as this one, we are in for another great fantasy trilogy from Peter Jackson.
Arnie’s autobiography is a comprehensive look at his fascinating life, but the amusing anecdotes are few and far between.
The new Red Dawn finally came out over the holiday weekend after three years on the shelf after the MGM bankruptcy. Is it worth watching or should it have been left on the shelf?