How do you know you’re at a comics convention? When HYDRA has their own darn wi-fi! *whisper* “Hail HYDRA”! #wca
If you want your very own AT-AT, a company called Metal Souls sells these cool figures made out of repurposed scrap metal. Check out www.metalsouls.com.
The Sand People are here. Yep. Definitely at WonderCon.
Hello, WonderCon! #WCA
I will be at Wondercon today! Hit me up if any of you are going!
It depends on the film and the quality of the transfer. Some older films for example do not have very good blu-ray transfers, and if it’s poor quality, they may not be worth the investment. Before I buy a blu-ray copy of a classic film, I usually read the product description to see details about the transfer, whether sound was remastered or the picture quality (color correction, print quality, etc) is vastly improved. I don’t buy blu-rays of films that aren’t totally cinematic either. A screwball comedy or a rom-com on blu-ray doesn’t exactly offer anything mind-blowing to the viewer. Unless they include special features like director commentary, behind the scenes production featurettes or other cool bonus content, the blu-ray copy of these genres isn’t usually worth splurging on. I usually buy blu-rays of action/adventure, science fiction and fantasy films, only because these particular genres tend to incorporate better sound quality and high-def picture a lot more than others. If a film is available on blu-ray from the Criterion Collection, I would recommend getting that copy as Criterion does a really great job with their remastering and some of their releases even have a “director-approved” seal of approval indicating best quality.