mad30: (psyche)
( May. 27th, 2009 10:55 pm)
An under-appreciated series, SLEEPWALKER from Marvel is a very enjoyable read, whatever age you might be. Created by Bob Budiansky and running for 33 issues between 1991-1994, SLEEPWALKER gives a glimpse into a "what could have been" character, never quite gaining the popularity necessary to maintain a continuing series.

Full (recycle worthy) review continued at: -MY LJ PAGE-.
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Because short and half-assed is how we like things, right?

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Watched S. Darko. last night, the "unofficial" sequel to the cult classic 'Donnie Darko'.

All I can say is that it had potential, and I always enjoy some interdimensional hijinx. Frank is back, kinda, as we delve a little deeper into "The Philosophy of Time Travel" by Roberta Sparrow.

Not as strong as the original, by any stretch, but it's worth a rent if  you're a fan. Daveigh Chase did a nice job reprising her role as Samantha Darko, and did you know that she also played Samara Morgan in The Ring?

Now if we could only get people to actually watch Southland Tales. The Donnie Darko universe would be interesting in comic book or graphic novel form, though there's only so much you can do with it. Don't want to restrict the the mythos by overplaying the card.
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