Brodie Bruce Volume 1: Dante’s a Nazi

Hey gang! REVIEWS COMING SOON but this guy was too cool not to play with already! – Jim

P.S. You can get any of these fine ViewAskew alumni by clicking via Entertainment Earth, on any of the comic panels. 


#AFWD2017 has arrived, and Dante and Randall ARE supposed to be here today!

Couldn’t think of two better slackers to spend #AFWD2017 with 🙂

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You can get your own from Entertainment Earth via the links below PLUS the NEW Mallrats Series! Brodie is on the way to me now and I am so stoked to review him! – Now, Go Play! – Jim  03/03/17


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Merle may be gone, but never forgotten as the Walking Dead returns tonight!

darryl and merle

So my wife got me interested in the show… not exactly hooked, but interested. What I will say that did get me highly interested was Michael Rooker’s character Merle Dixon.

merleThe character himself was  complex  and dynamic: He goes from terrible racist, left for the walkers because they had no choice, and then whacks off his own hand to survive, then turns up later as a real bad ass who then redeems himself as a hero. That’s great dynamic. But before all the hoopla he had a similar role minus the zombies:

Sherman McMasters in Tombstone


From vile Cowboy A-hole to stand by your pals and hunt down the bad guys who called down the thunder, Rooker’s character may have not said a whole lot but he got the job done!

But then again my favorite A-hole role of Mr. Rooker’s has to be Mr. Svenning from Kevin Smith’s second feature film “Mallrats”.


While he was never redeemed as a hero he was kind enough to not beat Jason Lee’s “Brodie” to a pulp for the whole stink palm, chocolate pretzel thing, which IMO he had every right in the world to do. But I digress.

mini merle dixonSo today as we all get ready for a night of “The Walking Dead” I for one am looking forward to a marathon of Michael Rooker movies. So may I suggest a morning full of good strong cowboy coffee followed by some popcorn and chocolate pretzels. And if nothing else “The Walking Dead” with all its twists and turns and making me suffer through the whole Governor’s side story that I could care less about, the show did bring to attention the cool cat and solid actor that is Michael Rooker.

Now, Go Play! Jim -02/09/2014

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