Articles by Bob Leeper
Bob Leeper co-owned Mesa’s art and collectibles shop Evermore Nevermore, a pop culture haven that was instrumental in reviving the once-sleepy downtown scene by attracting eclectic artisans and other creative forces while organizing events such as Steampunk Street and ENCREDICON.
Ben Affleck, from the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, made an appearance before Congress last week, but has comics’ Batman ever gone to Washington?
‘It Follows’ exemplifies low-budget horror filmmaking at its best and it is better (and creepier) than most of its hoity-toity high-budget cousins to boot.
If you’ve seen the films Stir Crazy, Trading Places, Bringing Down the House or any other odd couple comedy flick then you’ve pretty much already seen Get Hard.
The recent controversy over artist Rafael Albuquerque’s Batgirl #41 variant cover has more to do with the victimization of comic fans than of Batgirl. Here’s why…
Saturday afternoon we took a trip over the hills and far away to that mystical place called northwest Glendale to check out ASU West’s DevCon fan convention.
If Stallone had a pretentious brother, tweaked on steroids and cigarettes, who wanted to try his hand at an action movie, he might be Sean Penn in The Gunman.
Got those low down mind messin’ no-cash-for-comic-con blues? Don’t fret young Jedi, ASU West has you covered with their second annual free DevCon fan convention,
Man playing God is usually not good thing unless it takes place at the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival and this year’s event has that motif covered.
Every Sunday morning we showcase a classic comic cover, complete with compelling pop culture commentary, for your cordial contemplation. It’s the Classic Comic Cover Corner!
Menace #5 – July, 1953
Cover Art by Bill Everett
If there’s one …
What do you get when you mix Victorian era science-fiction with an old Western town nestled into a beautiful desert locale?
A true family film masterpiece that ranks along with Disney’s best. It fits perfectly into the glass slipper mythos and expands upon it in delightful ways.
Utilizing space age tech we communicated with director Jason Neulander and dissected his brain to uncover all you need to know about The Intergalactic Nemesis.
Saturday and Sunday Mesa will be invaded by sludge-monsters from the planet Zygon when “The Intergalactic Nemesis” stage show lands at the Mesa Arts Center.
This would be the perfect story for Drew Goddard to bring to life on the big screen, where Peter Parker has to deal with having grown two extra sets of arms.