All posts by Nick Hearne

The Giver – (The 1993 Book) VERSUS The Giver (The 2014 Movie)



What would happen if you woke up one day and everything you believed in was a lie? What if everything you were taught about the world around you, how to behave, what to feel, how to think…turned out to be wrong? With just a few bits of information, your existence goes from a utopia to … Continue reading The Giver – (The 1993 Book) VERSUS The Giver (The 2014 Movie)


Most Wanted: G.I. Joe



If you were a child of the 80’s then it was a safe bet you experienced the Mega Marketing craze of that decade. A cartoon show would debut and with it an eye catching line of toys and a tie-in comic book. With so much sensory overload, what was an 80’s kid to do?! Beg, … Continue reading Most Wanted: G.I. Joe


Our Review Of “The Electrocutioner” – Episode 17



  Few things solicit FEAR – like the Dentist’s Chair. While the common fear of the Dentist isn’t reasonable, what would be reasonable is if the Dentist’s Chair were actually – an ELECTRIC CHAIR! Now imagine that electrical chair could not only deliver electricity, but sap the energy and body from a person – and … Continue reading Our Review Of “The Electrocutioner” – Episode 17


Reboots, Reimaginings & Alternate Realities



Long running film, television and comic book series all have the same problem. How do they keep their properties fresh? There’s a laundry list of possible story ideas that could be used, but which ones will satisfy the fans? How creatively drastic to they need to get win us over? It doesn’t matter if it’s a … Continue reading Reboots, Reimaginings & Alternate Realities


Little Shop of Horrors – (The Musical) VERSUS Little Shop of Horrors – (The Movie Musical)



They’ve both got a green plant, they’ve both got vibrant characters, but just what ARE the differences between Little Shop of Horrors when we compare – The Musical (1982) VERSUS Little Shop of Horrors The Movie Musical (1986)? Versus Machine podcasters Joseph Burge and Ryan Stephens put both entries squarely into the Machine and hit … Continue reading Little Shop of Horrors – (The Musical) VERSUS Little Shop of Horrors – (The Movie Musical)


The Kree/Skrull War!



The Kree/Skrull War. The star-spanning saga that laid the groundwork for New Avengers: Illuminati, Young Avengers, Secret Invasion and MORE Marvel history-in-the-making! Annihilus, Ronan the Accuser, the Super-Skrull and alien fleets have targeted Earth, and the Avengers must defy them all – If they can avoid being shot down by their own government first! Filled … Continue reading The Kree/Skrull War!


2GuysTalkingStarWars: 20 Projects Arriving This Year!



The land of Star Wars fandom is a strange one to be sure. Whether it’s in the movies, the upcoming television series or any of the twenty different projects that are slated to arrive just in 2019, the realm that fans can get involved in is immense, growing and squarely in the cross hairs of … Continue reading 2GuysTalkingStarWars: 20 Projects Arriving This Year!


Resident Evil (The Video Game) VERSUS Resident Evil (The 2002 Movie)



Originally conceived as inspiration from Capcom’s classic Sweet Home, Resident Evil has since taken the world by storm. Through theme park exhibits, video games, comic strips, movies, and everything else, it has become a staple in this world of zombie phenomenon. And there is no better example of the way a zombie should be than … Continue reading Resident Evil (The Video Game) VERSUS Resident Evil (The 2002 Movie)


Our Review Of “Tattoo” – Episode 16



  The Chinese culture is a varied and curious thing. In it are the barbs of tattoo needles, that bring an artists renderings – to life! Inside this episode of The Curious Goods Podcast, a re-telling, a revisit and educational detailing of each episode of Friday The 13th: The Series, tattoos really DO come to … Continue reading Our Review Of “Tattoo” – Episode 16


Death In Superhero Comics



Death is a fact of life, but that doesn’t make it any easier to deal with. No matter the connection, family, friend, co-worker, the loss of someone from your life has an impact. The same can be said for fictional characters. When we invest our time into reading a book series or watching a long … Continue reading Death In Superhero Comics