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NY Comic Con ’14: ‘The Karate Kid’ 30th Anniversary Panel

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After a 40 minute wait to get in, the panel ended up starting about 20 minutes late because Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, and Martin Kove were stuck in traffic.  Everyone was glad when they finally came in and the panelists … Continue reading

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NY Comic Con ’14: Day Three Overview

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My final day at this year’s NY Comic Con!  As soon as I got in, I went to get on the line for The Karate Kid 30th anniversary panel in Room 1A10.  After a 40-plus minute wait, they finally let … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 10/21/14 Recommendations

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75 Years of Batman: NY Comic Con ’14: Batman 75th Anniversary Panel

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After missing last year’s Superman 75th anniversary panel, I was intent on making it to this year’s Batman 75th anniversary panel.  I sat through two panels to see this one (The League panel, which I wanted to see, and the … Continue reading

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NY Comic Con ’14: ‘Justice League: Throne of Atlantis’ Panel

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After the Birdman panel, I moved up closer for the very next panel in the Empire Stage 1-E, the Justice League: Throne of Atlantis panel (it comes out on Blu-ray next January).  The panelists were character designer Phil Bourassa, screenwriter … Continue reading

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NY Comic Con ’14: ‘Birdman’ Panel

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After standing on line for an hour, I finally got in to the Empire Stage 1-E for the Birdman panel (which was probably the panel I was the most excited to attend).  When the time came, moderator Chris Hardwick was … Continue reading

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Sleepy Hollow (1999)

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“We have murders in New York without benefit of ghouls and goblins,” says Ichabod Crane.  Baltus Van Tassel responds, “You’re a long way from New York, constable.” I was first exposed to Washington Irving’s 1820 short story The Legend of Sleepy … Continue reading