Monday, September 2, 2013

Spider-Man and Judge Dredd



While the new Dredd film didn't set the box office charts on fire, it was still certainly better received than the Stallone summer blockbuster attempt from 1995.  There is still a talk of a sequel, if they can get the budgeting to work and if they can get star Karl Urban to shoot it while he isn't busy with his new TV series.  I hope this comes to pass because I liked the Clint Eastwood type of attitude he brought to the role.

9 comments:

William Wade II said...

Think it would work better with Spider-Man 2099. Still always a treat to see these in my blog roll.

Anonymous said...

How about Dredd and The Punisher? (Unless you've already)

Ross said...

Yup, that one's on here...

Anonymous said...

Why is it Super-Team Family? Shouldn't it be Marvel Two-In-One? Dredd does have DC connections but they are rather tenuous.

Ross said...

The main concept of the blog is "What if Super-team Family ran forever and DC had access to any character ever published?"... on Earth-STF, everyone's a DC character.

Isaac said...

C'mon, let Ross have his fun. Marvel Two In One would sound like a porno to today's kids. Judge Jonah Jameson eh? I woulda thought it would be the Kingpin, but who knew? This is as good as the Dredd/Flash one you recently did. Unexpected and offbeat. That's why I love this site. Now if you can pair Dredd with Teen Titan's version of Vigilante ... sweet!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I could see how Marvel Two-In-One could sound like a porno, but it's better than "Giant-Size Man-Thing." Boy, somebody sure wasn't paying attention over there when they came up with that one.
Still, I think Super-Team Family is a good title. It was a sort-of okay D.C. comic from the late 70's that assured all of us that Aquaman was still alive.

Ross said...

Besides, Anonymous - if you dig into the archives, you'll see that I did do a couple hundred issue run of Marvel Two-In-One... Not to mention Brave and the Bold, where it all started...

pblfsda said...

You think "Giant-Size Man-Thing" sounds rude? At least the target audience was teens and adults. I'm still trying to find Gil Kane's toy-based "Monster In My Pocket" in stores. Circa 1990, it was something no retailer wanted to be seen offering to small children.

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