Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Jarrod Ham

He is one of my friends who is a wiked sketcher he has made many comics and has drawn so many amazing things he is also into Manga and Anime. He is also one of the parnters of J&M cartooning if you would like to see some of his work type

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Arkham City, like its predecessor Arkham Asylum, is an open world action video game that incorporates elements of stealth and predator tactics. All of the gadgets previously obtained in the first game are present at the start of Arkham City (with the exception of the Ultra Batclaw, which is replaced with the regular Batclaw and Sonic Batarangs.) Most of them have improved or new capabilities; for example, the Cryptographic Sequencer can also track signals, the line launcher now has a feature that allows Batman to flip over and launch another zipline perpendicularly across, switching directions, the remote control Batarang now has a built in brake and boost, and the grappling gun can now be used while gliding to boost Batman further up into the air. Three additional gadgets have been revealed: smoke pellets to confuse armed enemies when spotted by them, the Remote Electrical Charge which is a sniper-like taser gun used to power generators and shock enemies, and ice grenades used to freeze enemies and make pathways through water. The game incorporates more puzzle elements; the use of Batman's "Detective Mode", which highlights elements such as enemy skeletons and clues on-screen, is used to perform forensic activities such as tracing the origin of a sniper round.
The player also has access to a criminal database that tracks the major villains across the city and the forensic puzzles much like the first game.[7] However, Rocksteady's art director David Hego described the new detective mode as an "augmented reality mode", and game director Sefton Hill has also stated that although enemies and evidence can be seen more clearly, the navigational part is toned down as they found that some players completed Arkham Asylum using detective mode almost throughout the entire game.[8] Optional challenges from the Riddler to collect hidden trophies placed around the city are also present, but require additional effort to locate, such as interrogation of men loyal to the Riddler, and the use of nearly all of Batman's gadgets to disable "traps" and barriers placed around them. After a certain number of trophies are found, Batman must go rescue a hostage that the Riddler has captured, which requires him to disable death traps set by the Riddler.[7][9]
The player controls Batman, making their way around Arkham City to complete mission objectives. In addition to the primary mission, the game introduces secondary missions featuring a number of key characters and their stories. The player can opt to move silently, avoiding inmates and other enemies using a combination of gadgets to sneak up on enemies to incapacitate them. Batman's gliding ability has also been upgraded, allowing players to dive downward and pull themselves back up, making it much faster to move through the air. The grappling gun may also be used while gliding. At other times, the player may be forced to fight inmates using an improved version of the Freeflow combat system from Arkham Asylum, allowing for multiple simultaneous counters, the ability to counter thrown objects, jump attacks, powerful multi-strike beat-downs, upgraded Batarang and Batclaw attacks, and the ability to use gadgets such as the Explosive Gel and line launcher in Freeflow. Movement about the city is made difficult due to the formation of gangs and territory between rival villains, such as Two-Face and the Joker, that causes in-fighting that Batman must avoid.[7]

I know its been a while

I know it has been a while since I have been on this but im back !!!!!
The effect hides any country reject into my economics.

Sunday, March 6, 2011


hey everyone went on holiday so havent been able to update but u will be getting some nice updates soon and suggestions on wat u want just comment and i will do a review :)

Friday, February 18, 2011

No strings Attached

We meet Adam (Ashton Kutcher) and Emma (Natalie Portman) in a series of prologues - 15 years ago, 5 years ago, 1 year ago - that lay the groundwork for their friendship.

They meet at summer camp, where a young Adam (Dylan Hayes) asks young Emma (Stefanie Scott), "Can I finger you?"

It's a ribald start to a film that quickly becomes more formulaic than you expect, though in a not-entirely-unenjoyable way.

Emma is a doctor and has no time for the emotional entanglements of being boyfriend and girlfriend; Adam, who works on a High School Musical-style teen show, just wants a sympathy root since he found out his dad Alvin (Kevin Kline), a childish soap star, is schtupping his ex-girlfriend.

Thursday, February 17, 2011
This guys make some funny comics you guys should check them out i think u might like them to

J&M cartooning

I belive they are very creative and are very atricstic you guys should check them out there are reqular updates and there comics are quite funny :)

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The next three days review

I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect when I sat down in the theater to watch Paul Haggis’ new film THE NEXT THREE DAYS. I had seen a trailer a month or so beforehand, but couldn’t quite remember exactly how it presented the film, since nearly every trailer released lately completely misrepresents the actual tone of the movie. I was aware of the premise and everyone involved so I had a feeling that even if I wasn’t completely with the story that I would at least enjoy the performances by the two leads, which is carries most of the film. I sometimes worry about films that try to span so many different genres especially when you try to make a film that thrills you while also trying to strike an emotional balance. I am actually somewhat surprised to be able to say that THE NEXT THREE DAYS finds a way to mix each of its story elements in a successful and compelling way, but not without a few hiccups.
Ich will the best song
One of the best Rammstein songs they have ever made watch it

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Faster movie review

Dwayne Johnson is an actor who seemed destined for action-star greatness.  When Arnold Schwarzenegger turns to Johnson in The Rundown and says “Have fun,” it was a passing of the torch.  But that light seems to have diminished as Johnson has, much to the chagrin of his fans, chosen family fare that doesn’t really encourage the bloody mayhem someone of Johnson’s physique and charisma could deliver.  As if to answer all those who were unhappy with films like The Game Plan and Tooth Fairy, in the first five minutes Faster has Johnson get out of prison, drive a badass Chevelle, and shoot a guy in the head.  The film then struggles to keep the remaining 90 minutes interesting, going so far as to introduce a distracting antagonist whose only purpose is to provide brief action scenes.  Weighed down further by vague notions of sin and salvation, Faster is a surprisingly joyless affair that still manages to show Johnson’s dramatic range, but replaces his charismatic grin with deep sorrow.

Sanctum Review


If you’ve seen only a few survival films in your time (whether rooted in real life or the supernatural), you’ll know there’s a predictability to the narrative that is rarely effectively masked. Fortunately, director Alister Grierson is clever enough not to bother trying, foreshadowing various plot points well before they happen. Sanctum is not about surprises. Instead Grierson focuses on delivering one of the most intense, visually arresting, and dramatic survival thrillers in recent memory. Each scene and location – whether a sound stage or on location – is vividly captured and often jaw-dropping. The 3D cameras used are the same James Cameron developed for Avatar, and the difference between his technology and the generic variety employed in films such as Clash of the Titans or The Green Hornet shows. The finesse and detail of the production and its focus on the very real and terrifying dangers of cave-diving ensures Sanctum never veers off into the realm of B-grade cinema. This is edge-of-your-seat stuff.


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