After airing “Gone, Gone, Gone” (episode #58 of “True Blood”‘s fifth season) tonight, HBO looks forward to the final two episodes of the season, the first of which airs next week. Episode #59 airs on August 19th and is called “Sunset” and, being the penultimate episode of the season, looks to be fairly action packed. I don’t regret ceasing my viewership of the show, but I can see why some of you guys dig it.
“Slipping further into religious fervor, Bill (Stephen Moyer) gives Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) an order she’s loath to carry out. Armed with a damning video of Russell (Denis O’Hare) and Steve (Michael McMillian), the military delivers an ultimatum to the Authority. Claude (Giles Matthey) and Maurella (Kristina Anapau) take Sookie (Anna Paquin) to meet the faerie elder, who may know something about an ancient family secret. Alcide (Joe Manganiello) reconnects with his father; Sam (Sam Trammell) and Luna (Janina Gavankar) hitch a rideinto the Authority.”
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Christos Gage’s new graphic novel, “Sunset”, is a difficult one to review. Overall there hints of brilliance contained within the pages, but the book falls just shy of the mark. All the components of a good crime caper are there and more than enough bullets fly to keep action fans satisfied, but if you crave something with a little bit more depth than you might be disappointed. READ MORE
If you’re anything like me, you love classic crime fiction by the likes of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett. There’s just something about the raw, and gritty feel that you don’t find in any other genre. Christos Gage’s new original graphic novel, Sunset, revisits classic crime/noir fiction to deliver a tale of vengeance, backstabbing, and treachery. The comic follows Nick Bellamy, a former mob enforcer who – after losing everything – takes it upon himself to go out with a vengeful bang. Alongside Gage is Jorge Lucas, lending his exquisit black and white artwork. BD has an exclusive 10-page preview of “Sunset”, which is due to hit shelves on July 18th. READ MORE
Mark Waid’s Daredevil run has been absolutely astonishing. This is without a doubt one of the most powerful hero revivals in years, offering a much needed break from the usual happenings in the Marvel U. Waid’s script work is fun and witty, while Martin’s artwork is elegant and colourful. Together, they make an unbelievable team. Daredevil is simply the best of the best. Check out a sweet 4-page preview after the jump boys and girls! Read on for the skinny…