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On Request Magazine Comic-Con 2014 Highlights

Each year, we here at On Request Magazine like to highlight the best to come out of the annual Comic Con convention out of San Diego, CA. This year is no different, and we have quite a few great tidbits to talk about this year.

1) Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice revealed a small teaser for fans at the Warner Bros panel at Comic Con this year, showcasing Ben Affleck as Batman, wearing some sort of power armor and standing atop a rooftop in Gotham on a stormy night. Batman switches on the bat signal, and as he does, the light reflects off of a floating Superman, glaring at Batman with his eyes glowing red. Batman’s eyes glow white, and the two stare one another down, until the footage cuts to black. The scene is very reminiscent of the classic story, The Dark Knight Returns, and is sure to promise one of the biggest moments in both Comic Book and Film history. Also on display for the convention, panel, and the public was the first look at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and while director Zach Snyder has confirmed he has yet to film any scenes of Gadot as Wonder Woman and that she is still working out to build her muscle tone, the picture shown gave fans a great glimpse at the Amazon warrior we are sure to see in the film, and although the color scheme is a bit darker in tone than expected, don’t be surprised if either during the course of the film or towards the time Justice League comes out, the costume gets  bit more color to match the more classic blue and red costume from the comics.

2) Marvel’s annual Hall H panel produced quite a few tidbits. While footage is yet to be revealed to the public and won’t be for quite some time, fans were given a glimpse at Ant-Man and Avengers: Age of Ultron. It was announced that Evangeline Lilly would be playing Hope Van Dyne and Corey Stoll would be playing Yellowjacket, the main antagonist in the film Ant-Man. The cast was at hand to reassure fans and give a short glimpse into the films future, which showcased Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang using the Ant-Man suit to break into Pym’s company on behalf of Pym, in order to retrieve the suit designs taken from Yellowjacket during a hostile takeover of his company.

The biggest reveals came during the Avengers panel, where everyone except Scarlett Johansson was in attendance to showcase some new footage from the film. The footage showed the common humor that goes into a Marvel film, with a group of Avengers trying to lift Thor’s hammer, before Ultron arrives in one of Iron Man’s broken down suits, claiming that the only way to save humanity was to wipe it out completely. The footage showed a haunting scene that seemed to depict Iron Man, kneeling by Captain America’s broken shield and the rest of the Avengers lying dead all around him. The scene was haunting, and seems like death is coming for some of our favorite heroes.

Two big announcements came from the panel as well. The first was confirmation that Josh Brolin would indeed be playing the master villain behind the scenes, Thanos. The actor showed up wearing Thano’s Infinity Gauntlet and playing to the crowd with the Avengers in front of him. The second announcement came afterwards, when it was announced that Guardians of the Galaxy would be getting a sequel before it even opened in theaters, with the second film set for 2017. Not surprising given the amazing numbers coming in for it’s opening weekend.

3) The big winners from Comic Con TV came from DC, who not only announced that Arrow’s third season would feature heroes Ray Palmer, a.k.a. The Atom, Katana, and Wildcat, but that the main villain of the season would be none other than ancient master assassin Rha’s Al Ghul, the leader of the League of Assassins. Also shown was new DC shows Gotham, which will focus on the years before Bruce Wayne became Batman, with a young Jim Gordon navigating Gotham as a homicide detective and the cities future villains paving their own origins. Also included was The Flash, which will showcased on of DC’s biggest superheroes and a Justice League founding member, and Constantine, DC’s first foray into their supernatural storyline and characters.

4) Also in attendance were the last panels and showings of shows like True Blood and Sons of Anarchy, which are currently or going to air their final seasons this year. True Blood previewed a bloody path towards their finale, while Sons of Anarchy promised a bloody path of vengeance for lead character Jax. For those of you who haven’t seen the last season’s finale, go watch it and see why he’s out for revenge, but know that the final season is sure to include the death of most of our favorite characters, and no one is safe, not even Jax himself.

Comic con was full of amazing trailers, pictures, previews, reviews, cosplay, hello’s and goodbyes. For more on the annual event, check out our website and this blog to see everything we covered during the event!

On Request Magazine Week in Review

1) On top of the casting of Elizabeth Olsen as the Scarlett Witch, Aaron Taylor Johnson as Quicksilver, James Spader as Ultron, and Thomas Kretschmann as Baron Von Strucker, Iron Man actor Paul Bettany, known as the voice of J.A.R.V.I.S., the computer A.I. of Iron Man, is now tapped to become The Vision. In the comics, the Vision is an android created by Ultron to destroy the Avengers. It’ll be interesting to see how this will play out on screen.

2) Shameless had a stellar and heartbreaking week. While Fiona’s personal relationship struggles came to a head, Lip searched for his missing brother Ian, and Frank continued his struggle to get a liver transport with his eldest daughter. Amazing acting as always from Emmy Rossum and William H Macy.

3) The CW has renewed a slew of shows early, including Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, Reign, and The Originals.

4) Fox has started casting for their batman prequel show Gotham, which will follow Detective James Gordon and a young Bruce Wayne. Ben McKenzie will play Gordon, while Donal Logue will play Detective Harvey Bullock, and Robin Taylor will play Oswald Cobblepot, a.k.a. The Penguin.

On Request Magazine Weekly Riff (Written Reviews) 1

It’s been a while since we here at On Request Magazine had a full list of previews, reviews, and more highlighting television, film, and other ends of the entertainment spectrum. It’s a new year, and with any new year, new news has arrived as well. Here is the first written episode of the Weekly Riff. To catch the video, check out the link at the end of this article.

1. Man of Steel/Justice League delayed: The long anticipated release of the Man of Steel sequel, which is set to feature Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman thus far, has been delayed an entire year, with the film set to release in 2016 now. On top of this news, it’s been rumored that the Justice League film is set to film back to back with the Man of Steel sequel, being released within a year of each other. Look back to On Request Magazine for the latest news on these projects as we get more information.

2. TV Reviews: With so many anticipated shows being released and returning, it’s impossible to get to them all in one article, so we are going to pick the highlighted shows of the week. This week, we will talk about Teen Wolf on MTV, Arrow on the CW, Shameless/House of Lies on Showtime, and The Following on Fox.

Teen Wolf’s second half of the third season is well underway, and is delving into a psychological thriller angle on top of it’s already successful supernatural element. While the action is intense and the romantic entanglements among the teens is palpable, the performances by Dylan O’ Brien and Holland Roden, who play Stiles and Lydia on the show, is nothing short of extraordinary. The haunted storyline of Stiles as his sanity teeters on the balance and Lydia’s struggle to keep these teens together amidst the supernatural storm that’s brewing is heartbreaking, emotional, and intense to say the least, and these two are sure to be the emerging stars in the coming years in the entertainment industry.

Arrow returned with a bang from it’s winter hiatus to bring fans back to the superhero justice that we all know and love. Reeling from the revelation that, (Spoiler Alert!), Slade Wilson is alive and in starling city, hellbent on destroying Oliver’s life using Sebastian Blood and Blood’s Brother Blood alter ego to do so, we find the still in the dark team of heroes hunting down leads on Brother Blood while trying to stop a terrorist known as Shrapnel from killing the citizens of the city at the same time. Meanwhile, Roy is trying to deal with the aftermath of gaining superhuman abilities, and trying not to loose his sanity. The chemistry between Oliver and Felicty, (Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards), is fantastic and draws you further into the DC comics legendary show.

Shameless and House of Lies returned us to the dramedies we love as we delved into the lives of these anti-heroes. While the Gallagher clan adjusts to a semi-adjusted life, with Fiona having a normal 9-5 office job, Lip in college, and the kids growing up with some money for once, Frank deals with his inability to consume alcohol without throwing up blood. Meanwhile, Don Cheadle’s Marty Kaan adjusts to his new circumstances trying to get his new firm off the ground without his old pod, and Kristen Bell’s Jeannie adjusting to leading Doug and two new members of the pod back at the old firm, and Clyde deals with working for the hostile ex-wife of Marty, Monica. Stand out performances by Emmy Rossum on Shameless and Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell on House of Lies for sure.

The Following: The cult hit drama of 2013 returned with more serial killer intensity as a new conspiracy emerged. A year after the tragic ending and rampage of Joe Carroll, Ryan Hardy is living as an FBI profiler instructor in New York City, trying to move on with his life, when a new string of murderers claiming that Joe Carroll is alive and slaughtering innocent people to make a bold statement comes back into his life. Fans find out in the premiere what happened to Ryan Hardy nd Joe Carroll, and who lived and who died at the end of last season. A new cult is in town, and they may be even more ruthless and insane than the first one.

3. Gaming News: Xbox One title Dead Rising 3 is releasing their first batch of DLC this week. For more info on that and more Nintendo news, check out the link below or previous posts!

Thanks for reading guys. We hope you tune in throughout the week for more reviews, and please check out the YouTube channels and website for more entertainment goodies!


TV Show Reviews: Fall Update

Hey guys, it’s been a long time since we were on here reviewing the latest TV shows, but we are back and we are here to stay, so without further adieu, let’s take a look at the Fall TV Lineup with a quick word on each show.

Arrow: Season 2 premiered with a bang, showcasing the deterioration of Starling City after the events of the season finale, and showed a new path for Oliver as he begins his transition from vigilante killer to bonafide hero. Bonds between Oliver and his friends and family are both strengthened and broken as each character shows how they were affected by the earthquake that destroyed the Glades, and Oliver must find a way to not only save his family’s company, but his family as well.

Supernatural: Season 9 finds the brothers in trouble once more, as all of the angels in heaven have been booted and have fallen to Earth, and the demon Abbadon has risen from Hell and pronounced herself queen of hell. To make matters worse, Sam slipped into a coma and Dean had to help save him by having the angel Ezekiel bond to his body, healing both the angel and Sam, but Sam cannot know about it, otherwise he could reject Ezekiel and die.

The Tomorrow People: The new superhero drama follows a young man who believes himself to be crazy after he begins waking up in neighbors beds and he begins hearing a woman’s voice. However, he soon learns that he has inherited the same gene as his father, who left his family when he was just a boy. He has superpowers, and has found himself in the war between mutated people and a government agency looking to lock people  with powers up or kill them. Lots of drama, action, and a great storyline with strained family relationships.

Sons of Anarchy: The sixth season of the show finds Jax Teller struggling to keep his club and his family afloat. With Tara facing conspiracy murder charges and a former U.S. Marshall with plans for revenge breathing down their necks, SAMCRO tries to establish legitimate businesses and back away from guns after a school shooting where a child used a gun sold by the club. However, this proves difficult as the IRA has not intention of letting the club go without serious ramifications. Great story this season, with lots of action and a heavy emphasis on the moral balance of good and evil while Jax struggles to maintain his sanity while at the head of the table.

American Horror Story Coven: The third season of the show focuses on New Orleans and the inside look at witches. When a young girl learns that she is a witch and is sent away to a witch boarding school, she comes into contact with the seedy underworld of witchcraft, with an assortment of girls with various abilities and problems, and a Supreme witch, (Jessica Lange), who struggles with drug addiction and a need to retain her youth and beauty. With memorable performances like Kathy Bates as a racist witch from the 1800’s to Sarah Paulson as the daughter of Jessica Lange and the head of the school, this season looks to be darker, edgier, and more mystical than ever before.

That’s it for now. Look here for our highlights of the week and more entertainment news as it comes.