At last we have some new Youtube video reviews by fellow Rom fan, fellow Bill Mantlo fan, fellow discount back issue bin forager from his latest quest at the dirt mall. So get ready to take a trip back in time with The King of Thessaly (K.o.T) who's anything but sober or G rated. The first video primarily features Modok, Quasar, The Starriors and The Sectaurs (comics and toy line) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ztM7k3aDoA
Also, for you action figure collectors K.o.T has something for you too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J7KwgJ1DAE
So as far as Rom sightings this week go I'm sure by now you've all seen the Red Tornado & Rom team up cover art, thanks again Dale. And just in case you missed it my buddy Dan has a top ten list of comic characters that probably deserve their own movie and I think you'll be interested to know who made the cut: http://www.itsadansworld.net/2013/06/superman-aint-alone-comics-other-top-10.html
Continuing my Sabra theme in my postings lately at this time I would like to make an impromptu nomination for her to get her own movie deal too. Or at the very least she could maybe make an appearance in World War Z seeing as the movie in part takes place in Israel. More specifically Jerusalem, which kinda makes me wonder if the premise for the zombies is supernatural or biblical as opposed to scientific like in 28 Days Later. Either way I sure wouldn't want to see Sabra "zombified" like with the Marvel Zombies series. I must say a hypothetical live action Sabra practically has my mind racing with who might be the most ideal actress to play her. I'm thinking maybe mixed martial arts champion Gina Corrano. Corrano actually kinda looks like the Sabra character (plus she's fucken hot!) and as irony would have it she was trained by an Israeli Defense Force weapons specialist for her role as a secret agent in the movie Haywire.
Some new Rom fan art first thing next week.