All posts by Nick Hearne

I Am Legend (1954 Book) Versus I Am Legend (2007 Film)



For classic science fiction and horror fans, the name Richard Matheson is not lost on them. With an impressive resume of short stories, novels and script work for both television and film, it’s no wonder Matheson’s body of work would be in high demand for adaptation. Sadly, due to the time period in which his … Continue reading I Am Legend (1954 Book) Versus I Am Legend (2007 Film)


Comic VS Adaptation: Wanted



  Movies and television based off of comic books are a staple in modern entertainment. The quality may vary, but the quantity can not be denied. When the source material is adapted, it’s not uncommon for changes to be made. Some time even major changes. And once in awhile those changes can make the story…better. … Continue reading Comic VS Adaptation: Wanted


Current Issues – Episode 3 – (Jan. 2020)



  Welcome to the year 2020 and to My Big Fat Pull List’s third instalment of Current Issues, where your hosts talk about what they think are the most important news items going on in the world of comic books and pop culture. These topics are carefully absorbed and run through an extensive gauntlet of … Continue reading Current Issues – Episode 3 – (Jan. 2020)


“Understanding DC Comics – Episode 2: Crisis On Infinite Earths!”



  Major events are something of a regular occurance in modern superhero comics. We’re use to seeing at least one company wide crossover event happening each year, as well as smaller events taking place inside individual titles. But none compare to the historical significance of the FIRST MAJOR COMIC EVENT. This was no mere team-up … Continue reading “Understanding DC Comics – Episode 2: Crisis On Infinite Earths!”


Our Reivew Of “Night Hunger” – Season 2, Episode 10



  The illicit tales of ILLEGAL STREET RACING aren’t just legend now – they are corn-combines-of-cash garnering machines inside of today’s Hollywood offerings. Did you know that back in the 80s there was ANOTHER tale of illegal street racing, action and DEATH? All because of a cursed silver chain, a blank car key and a … Continue reading Our Reivew Of “Night Hunger” – Season 2, Episode 10


Control, Clean & Cure – Could The Swiss Solution To The Opioid Crisis Work On U.S. Soil?



  It’s hard to think anyone would argue that the United States isn’t suffering from an out of control opioid crisis. This plague of addiction is one of the leading contributors to the homelessness issue all major cities are dealing with currently. A metropolis covered in the excrement of drug addled “mailing address challenged” individuals … Continue reading Control, Clean & Cure – Could The Swiss Solution To The Opioid Crisis Work On U.S. Soil?


Our Favorites – Green Lantern: Rebirth (2004)



  The love of comic books and pop culture associated with them have shaped us into the geeks and nerds we are today. The experiences we have revolving around our favorite (insert name of awesome thing here) are what bind us together in this community of comic collecting, card swapping and cosplaying. We like what … Continue reading Our Favorites – Green Lantern: Rebirth (2004)


Our Review Of “13 O’Clock” – Season 2, Episode 9



  The value of pocket watches isn’t that they tell time. It isn’t even that often – they are legacy jewelry that denote special people and memories in your life. A pocket watch is literally a tether to times long gone by. An almost time machine that allows us to know where we are and when … Continue reading Our Review Of “13 O’Clock” – Season 2, Episode 9


Most Wanted: Darkwing Duck



  He is the terror that flaps in the night. He is the wind beneath your wings. He is the scourge that pecks at your nightmares. He is DARKWING DUCK! While you most likely know him from his television series, DW is more than just a cartoon character. He is the purple clad hero that … Continue reading Most Wanted: Darkwing Duck


Our Review Of “Read My Lips” – Season 2, Episode 8



  The “magic” of throwing one’s voice ISN’T magic – it’s a skill. A skill that takes years to develop, which doesn’t include the time it takes to rise through the rankings of ventriloquist comedy stylings. Y’see it takes a long time to end up “on top”. To be the focus of sold out shows, … Continue reading Our Review Of “Read My Lips” – Season 2, Episode 8