Swamp Thing is also kn Amazon Prime Video here in the UK. Will watch it when I've finished watching Cloak and Dagger (also on Amazon!).
I'm currently watching The Witcher on Netflix. I was skeptical at first since video-game-to-TV typically doesn't turn out all that great. But so far I am loving it! The Fight Scenes are fantastic.
I just binged season 4 of The Expanse on my new OLED telly. Thoroughly enjoyed it, looks like they got a good budget boost after moving to Amazon.
BTW, I just started reading the Marvel books again. It's been decades since I read them, strangely now the horror seems scarier/better than ever. For example, here Dracula succeeds in using large mirrors to travel through dimensions, and Dracula uses Taj as some sort of live beverage. Actually if I was a strong vampire that's not a bad idea
Thinking of the Comic Code, the above panel shows how Dracula uses other persons and only cares for his own wellbeing.
Another fun thing, when travelling through a dimension it seems Dracula met some dudes who once had stopped playing VR games and had gone back to pancake gaming
Here's an example of how Dracula ingeniously mentally reframes a potential threat into a source of nourishment:
And another example of Dracula's extreme selfishness:
Unfortunately I'm not sure that everybody considers Dracula to be a negative role model. - He's quite smart and shows incredible survival skills and he turns many desperate situations to his own advantage. I'm wondering if the Count doesn't have a lot of fans and if the Comic Code really worked to protect young minds Maybe reading ToD when I was 9 years old profoundly impacted my personality development
ToD books are still some of my favorite comic books (of all time) and Colan's art is amazing
In short, I really doubt that the new Netflix show can live up to the extremely high standards in the Marvel books and won't be a big disappointment to me - but I'll give it a shot tonight
Don't think that's on the UK Netflix yet, haven't seen it anyway.I LOVE Vampire stuff!
I thought Dracula was pretty damned good (maybe not so much the episode 3. Should of ended at 2.), his character changed depending on the blood he consumed. I quite liked his attitude but Van Helsing stole the show.
Well I think it is, kind of a Sean Connery James Bond approach to it
The best Dracula:
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