When you’ve loved a character as long as I’ve loved Hellboy, you begin to have a certain level of expectations when it comes to his cinematic adventures. From the the original Del Toro films to his two animated flicks, Big Red has always delivered on his signature humor, wit, strength, and paranormal badass detective nature. Yet, even with all these great adaptations, none of them were exactly the version of the guy readers fell in love with in the comics.
But with the brand new Lionsgate film, directed by Neil Marshall and starring Stranger Things David Harbour, there is a promise of more accuracy and homage to creator Mike Mignola’s comics – but does that make a Hellboy film good by default? The answer is tad bit complicated.
So its been a month since the much hyped about event known as TheCURVYCon. For months I had been dreaming about this convention since the moment I hit the “purchase” button on the EventBrite page. But now with weeks having passed, and giving myself some breathing room, I think its about time to speak on the great (and not-so-great) parts of an event I believe has so much going for it, and can’t wait to see how it continues to grow.
Hi readers! I have returned from the crypt that is my life to give you a review of something new and ridiculously cute. I’m making a point that I’m gonna bring this blog back to life this holiday season, and here is the start of it.
A few weeks ago, Irregular Choice (the famous shoe company, known for their ridiculous designs and whimsical outlook) released an entire collection dedicated to one of the first of Disney royalty, Cinderella. Of course, I was over the moon with the news, and especially so after the entire collection was presented to the internet.
So what did I buy? Well, I found the shoes that perfectly explained, well, me – in shoe form. Let me introduce you to the Believe in Magic flats!