Welcome to my own weekly spec which includes my weekly drek picks. I pick what I think will be winners, not only if you make money by flipping but winners as in either a great read or just awesome art.
Then there’s the pesky drek, the comic you should avoid altogether or not fall into the buying every variant trap.
Continue reading “Poyo’s Spec and Drek for June 3rd, 2020”
It’s that time again, where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears for the week of July 31st, 2019.
Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.
So what’s grinding my gears this week?
Continue reading “Things I Like and Don’t Like for the Week of July 31st, 2019”
We all know that the majority of media options result into absolutely nothing on the first go round. Think of them as place holders for production companies. They want to grab the latest and greatest in hopes it blows up with popularity. If they see a market for creating a show or movie with the option, the long process of finding a screen writer to kick things off begin and then from there it evolves into something more. Even if it makes it past the script being written, it can still vanish like a fart in the wind.
Continue reading “From Comics to Options to our Screens – A Quick Recap of What's Likely To Come Part II”
A new series from Rogue One screen writer and from Happy! and The Boys artist Darick Robertson looks promising. A new take on a classic Dicken’s character could be both a great read and have the potential for an on-screen adaptation, since we all love dystopian apocalyptic stories.
Continue reading “Gary Whitta and Darick Robertson’s OLIVER Artfully Dodges Its Way To Stores January 2019”
Deadline is reporting that Garth Ennis’ “The Boys” is coming to Cinemax. Continue reading “The Boys coming to Cinemax”