Hello, my friends. My review of “Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay” is currently in the works and it should be available by the end of June. In the meantime, I’d like to share my plan for the second half of 2018 and what I have in store for you all.
July marks an important anniversary for a particular action movie franchise. To celebrate the momentous occasion, I’ll delve into its lone entry into comic books. Before he combated Russian thugs, cyber terrorists, a corrupt army colonel and a pair of Gruber boys, I’ll cover the turbulent beginnings of a certain NYPD officer in “Die Hard: Year One”.
For August, our group of super delinquents have completed their assignment for the film. However, they’re far from done as they deal with the consequences of their actions and get thrust into a bigger mission. Further supernatural events await in the sequel comic to “Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay”.
2013 saw this humble site begin with a review of “Superman: Doomsday”. In a similar way, the DC Universe Animated Original Movie series began its line of direct-to-home video animated films with a loose adaptation of “The Death & Return Of Superman” told over the course of a single film. Now that it’s getting revisited and shall be told over the span of two movies, September will see me cover the first half of its overall tale as I review “The Death Of Superman”.
October will once again be filled with the spirit of Halloween. Instead of covering a singular horror series en route to All Hallow’s Eve, I’ll be mixing it up by looking over a variety of tales in a month-long special called the “C3 Halloween Hodgepodge Party”. Stay tuned to see what I’ll be looking over for this momentous occasion.
After a minor silence since its animated film outing in 2014, Big Hero 6 has returned with a cartoon series that continues where it left off. To celebrate, November will be dedicated to seeing how this obscure Marvel property got this far as I look over this superhero team’s existence in a retrospective.
As I wrap up 2018, December will mark the 25th anniversary of a beloved animated film. Doing a review for this film wouldn’t be enough since everyone has discovered it and given it the praise that it rightfully deserves. Instead, I’ll be giving my thoughts about “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” and the legacy its left for our favorite Dark Knight.
For January 2019, Alex J. Murphy has come out of hibernation since his recent 12-issue run. As such, I’ll cover his four-issue series “RoboCop: Citizen Arrest” and see how he handles the newest dread that hangs over Old Detroit.
Well, I’ve laid out my master plan. I look forward to covering these various topics within the next several months and I hope you’re right here to experience this journey with me. Until then, see you around the C-Cubed!