With this being the last episode we record before Star Wars Episode VII hits the theatre, we felt it neccessary to base this one on it and talk about the greatest movies ever made. This doesn't mean that there won't be an episode next week. There will, but next weeks will be a Star Wars themed radio show we put together. Hopefully everyone will enjoy it. But, this week we had super fans Ruben Romero and Benjamin Charbit for Think Alike Productions join us to give our expectations of the new movie. Turns out we all think it is going to be amazing. I mean its J.J. Abrams and Star Wars right!!
And now for our guest spotlight. Ben and Ruben just released the trade paperback for their comic adaptation of the movie Prey for Angels. The movie is currenlty in pre-production. Unfortunately we didn't get a chance to read it as of yet, but we will double team this book during our "Comic Dump Bin" segement soon. Wanna know a little more about "Prey for Angels"? Here is a rundown:
"Paris, 1901. It is a city of possibility, a time of renewal. Science, technology and the arts converge with Parisian culture to ignite a golden age of prosperity, the likes of which never before seen. But when members of high society are found brutally murdered, with no discernible motive, paranoia and fear sweep through the city like wildfire. Theaters are closed, café’s are empty and the once vibrant metropolis is brought to its knees by this dark malevolence.
It is in the midst of this shadowy existence that a young, brash detective, Thierry Bergeon, discovers an ominous link between the victims. His
investigation ultimately ignites a chain of events that brings him face to face with an evil beyond understanding, beyond reason. With each new victim, Bergeon knows his only hope and perhaps the city’s salvation rests in the mind of one man.
Now resigned to a quiet life on the outskirts of London, Inspector Thomas Shelby battles the demons of his past and the psychological scars from never solving a string of murders that rocked London thirteen years earlier.
Bergeon, concluding the criminal mastermind behind the current murders is in fact the inspector’s old nemesis, Jack the Ripper, offers Shelby a shot at redemption. Battle-scarred and mentally fatigued, Shelby nonetheless agrees to join Bergeon in Paris, and they embark on a perilous hunt to uncover the origin of the killer before he strikes again.
However, the hunters become the hunted once they undercover the identity of the killer, a truth beyond reason, beyond the realm of the living. In this nexus between mortality and eternal life, Bergeon and Shelby will find the true nature of evil and potentially unravel one of the greatest mysteries of all time."
Sounds good right! Scroll on down and we'll give you some links!
Think Alike Production - Website
Twitter - @thinkalikepro
Prey for Angels - Comixology