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Ep 47: A Predog’s Lunch – October 2018
Kris McClanahan and Thom Chiaramonte

Robot-Kraken Episode 047 – October 2018 “A Predog’s Lunch“

Your regular hosts Thom ‘Third Rail Design Lab’ Chiaramonte and Kris ‘Deeply Dapper’ McClanahan are joined by guest host Blake ‘Begin Again’ Simmons to review and discuss Predator, Predators, Baby Driver, Kingsman 2, plus we talk art and process as we head into fall.

Here’s your dossier of delightful details:

Part 01 – Your Art and Convention Roundup, waxed poetic by Thom and Kris!

Sucking the Monkey:

  • Kris: n/a
  • Thom: Modelo Chulada Espáciale

Art Process/Convention Roundup for late summer and early fall, 2018. Juan Snow nowhere to be found…

Planned Plundering:

  • Kris: Saga; Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero
  • Thom: Annihilation (second viewing); Deadly Class; Maniac

Rum-Fueled Recommendations:

  • Kris: Three Billboards
  • Thom: Clone Wars Series (gets better in S02)

Part 02 – A Predogs Lunch: Discussing Predator (and Predators), Baby Driver and Kingsman 2, for science! Thom, Kris, and Blake!

Sucking the Monkey:

  • Kris: Again, a whole lot of nothing
  • Thom: Gin and Squirt, then Silver City Brewery’s Fat Woody Scotch Ale
  • Blake- Whiskey of some form and in great quantities

Red Sky Roundup – News of the Moment:

  • The Mandalorian
  • Holmes and Watson
  • Venom
  • Dark phoenix
  • Isobella Rossellini’s surreal bedbug videos (!)
  • John Wick vs Rambo

Robot Reviews!

  • Predator vs. Predators
  • Baby Driver vs. Kingsman 2
  • Plus Robocop 2 and 3 and Drive

Monkey Jacket Musings: Fantasy Recasting for Jean Grey 

  • Blake: Anya Taylor Joy
  • Kris:  Anya Taylor Joy
  • Thom: Kate Mara

Planned Plundering:

  • Blake: The Expanse (bit of a reach), Captain Marvel, A Star is Born
  • Kris: Bad Times at the El Royale, Prospect
  • Thom: Bad Times at the El Royale, Prospect, Daredevil S03, Preacher, Legion

Rum-Fueled Recommendations:

  • Blake: Manifest, AHS: Apocalypse
  • Kris: Brutal by James Alderdice, Better Call Saul
  • Thom: Reamde, Iron Fist (maybe)

Plus: Waco Taco! Pascalmnanally! And: Who is Forrest Fishbone

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I Get It, They All Said – 15 October 2018

So, I’ve been trying to catch up on Iron Fist S02, in advance of Daredevil S03 starting in a few days. I’ve said it before here, and on the pod, but it’s a lot better than S01. Anyway, this news came out right before the weekend: Iron Fist not renewed for S03, if kind, or Iron Fist cancelled, if unkind. It was a strange piece of news: Netflix virtually never cancels projects. They may not continue with new seasons, or hibernate, but they virtually never announce a project’s end. It made me wonder. Iron Fist S01 did not do well, but they felt enough confidence in the character, the actor, and the interconnected series’ as a whole to continue with S02 under new leadership, and to include Rand in Defenders. It seemed odd to cancel it as many people, like me, are still watching it (I hate this binge culture now. I don’t have that time!) in the immediate lead0up to another season of the group. So, I wondered… Netflix has had the development rights to these shows, and the Disney Streaming Service specifically was announced as not to include the Marvel Netflix stuff… but if I’m in Netflix’s position, why spend money on Marvel properties when they have already been spending a ton on all these other original programming projects. Any Marvel property now will be diminishing returns. Familiar eyeballs will tune in, but compare it to whatever comes down the pipe at Disney’s service, and from the looks of things on the Star Wars project, it will look pretty high-budget. That puts the ‘shoot it like a play’ methodology of the Netflix stuff and their limited, constantly recurring set-pieces, into more obvious critical focus. And less familiar eyeballs will look for Marvel stuff right in the Disney app, rather than remember what service happens to have them. So I wonder if they are negotiating handing these projects back to Disney, behind the scenes. If they wanted to kill the projects but keep them out of Disney’s hands, they wouldn’t make announcements, they’d just leave things open-ended. So I wonder: will all of the Marvel Netflix stuff eventually live on on the Disney service after all?

 

  • Here’s a great look at the final version of the Captain Marvel uniform (She of the maybe not 5 films) . There may be differences on film, actually, as this was posted by Andy Park, so it’s the final key art version, but things happen in production. I will say when I fan art this, i’ll be doing away with some of the bits and pieces to streamline it. Still, good reference piece!
  • Sometimes you screw up at work. Then there’s THIS.
  • Elon Musk says he’s interested in making a giant combat robot to solve all of our problems. I mean, he didn’t. He said the word ‘mecha’ and the internet imploded, as happens. The Gundam memes are flying.

  • Favreau posted this, a few days ago. I thought, huh, looks familiar. But couldn’t place where I’d seen that design. As it turns out, it was from the horrible infamous Xmas Special. I barely remember that show, or in fact I may have never even seen it, just seen enough clips and pics… anyway, it jogged my memory because I have the Boba Fett from that special in draw queue. Because colors. Anyway, so they took a nod from that. Pretty cool.
  • The young Alfred no one asked for.
  • Coogler is officially on board, directing a film about a pile of ash. RIIIIGHT
  • Speaking of Daredevil… I’m into the new season, and look forward to it’s release. I’d ALSO like this great deal on a Hell’s Kitchen apartment. Love viral marketing.
  • Best maternity photos ever. And I’ve seen some good ones.
  • Here’s some great retconning by Johnny Depp. No, he’s staggering because he’s drunk, he’s slurring because he’s drunk, and he’s drunk because you mimicked a version of Keith Richards. Let’s not make this a whole thing. Being box office poison on the Harry Potter stuff meant Jack Sparrow stuff would suddenly be in interviews, that was obvious. But let the thing be the thing.
  • There’s a lot to like about the new red and black Spidey suit. The belt is not one of them.
  • Well, we were fucked before, and we’re extra fucked now.
  • I don’t think these were used. But if they were, not thrilled, over here.
  • Here’s a fun video of Haunted Mansion with some young, familiar faces, and a lot of blurry business.
  • I’m out of the reasonable realm of having these around, with two impressionable younglings, but I love it. LOVVVVVVE it.
  • So into tabletop gaming using post-apocalyptic scratch-built Hot Wheels. Love it. Love it. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE it.
  • Yes. Inside a Tauntaun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finally, I can’t believe Venom has legs. I guess the inverted world we live in right now affects everything? Maybe?

 

*The title of this post refers to the strange predilection of the Iron Fist S02 scripts to have character say ‘I get it…’ ALL THE TIME, and frequently, you know, not get it.

Red Markers Turning Green – Robots Root 11 October 2018

$15M for Black Widow? Good work, Scarlet Johansson. Along with the news that Brie Larson signed on for seven films, I’m optimistic we’ll be seeing a lot of powerful Marvel women on screen in the next several years.

Meanwhile, in space:

  • James Bond “will never be a woman…” because… REASONS. Le sigh.
  • If nothing else, Ruby Rose’s Batwoman is about as close to comics continuity as we’ve seen in one of these projects.
  • The screenwriter of Kraven insists Spider-Man will be in his film (because, again, how can he not; see Venom) and Morbius continues to lumber along in pre-production… Sony is trying to Phase IV it before having Phase I-III, ha.
  • “ballistic descent” is pretty much how I describe Lung’s riding style…
  • The Secret Six, an evolution of Suicide Squad (briefly Villains United) is headed to TV in some form or another… that does not fill me with optimism… if it were heading to cable, then maybe, but this is CBS…
  • More Glass. I need to get on Split, post-haste. I didn’t watch this trailer…
  • Matthew Mcconoughey has joined Guy Ritchie’s latest gang caper, and thats good news as far as I’m concerned.
  • Disney you done erred.
  • I assumed Janet Van Dyne was coming back TOUCHED… and was surprised they didn’t broadcast more uncertainty about it. Maybe she will be.
  • God Country has been optioned for live action. Stoked! I’ve talked with one of the creative team and it sounds very promising.
  • When I read that there was to be a Fantasy Island remake, the FIRST thing I thought was: those won’t be fantasies… they’ll be nightmares. And sure enough, I think that’s what they are doing. Dave Bautista and Michael Pena are attached. With that cast, I don’t know if it’s going to be a dark comedy or just… dark.
  • Dwayne Johnson is doing League of Extraordinary Gentlemen for Netflix. No, wait… John Henry and the Statesmen. Same difference.
  • The man that killed Neil Blomkamp’s Alien film in his over-reaching declaration that he would somehow make 33 more Aliens films despite being 80+ … is now working in TV too, soooo…..
  • Months from now, we’ll be talking about Knives Out like EVERY DAY. I can feel it.

That’s all for today! If you haven’t yet, download and listen to the latest episode of Robot-Kraken, and if you are willing, please subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes so we can get some exposure thanks to their dubious algorithm…!

His Red Right Hand – 8 October 2018

Well, it sure looks like Hellboy to me. Word on the street, ie. NYCC, is that it’s gooooood stuff.

 

Meanwhile, in space:

  • The teaser for The Boys looks SPOT ON. And I’m really warming to Jack Quaid in lieu of Simon Pegg, though it’s great the latter will step in to play the father of the former.
  • Not sure what to make of Venom’s strong opening weekend. We’ll see what second weekend and international releases look like, because that’s where the morbid curiosity viewers fall away and lack of repeat business and demographic penetration kills these films. Still, stronger than I would have expected.
  • Not even Minka Kelly can save that terrible Dove costume design. It’s comics-canon, sure, but those goggles never made any sense. Still, I mean, for DC fans… who would have thought they’d have Hawk and Dove live action?
  • I don’t know, other than a post Avengers 4 multiverse/time retcon situation, how they’d make Dark Avengers work, but you know I’d be first in line. I loved that series.
  • From the trailers-I-didn’t-watch department, another Daredevil one, this time teasing Bullseye.
  • Good Omens looks fantastic. Very nice casting and good chemistry. I never read the Neil Gaiman series, but I’m into it.
  • Nightflyers continues to interest me.
  • A reminder that Deadly Class is still coming in January. Yes please.
  • Here’s a fanart of a possible look for Black Canary in the Birds of Prey series. I have to tell you, my Black Canary pieces do well at conventions. I think it’s the fishnets.
  • An Expanse S04 teaser for you. YESYESYESYESYESYES

And finally, for a very specific kind of porno: Tom Hardy feeding shelter dogs sausages.

 

Fett’s Vette – 7 October 2018

Quick snap! No sooner than I posted the news from yesterday regarding the Mandalorian, they released the first photo and the director list. Both are pretty awesome. I do wonder at YET ONE MORE BROWN BLECHHH but the armor looks cool and the smooth helmet is a nice touch. I’m into it. It seems like they are going for an anthology vibe in tone, given that we have a wide range of styles present in these directors… Taika Waititi?!? So, optimistically this could be nuanced and pessimistically, worst-case, it will be like X-Files, like Kris said last night, where only the eccentric episodes are worth revisiting.

Thus, in space, this may be happening:

  • Lobo has finally been presented in live action… that Deadpool of the 80s… and he has… a top-knot… this looks very Monster Magnet, doesn’t it?
  • We talked about this on last night’s pod, but Chris Evans is sure heavily sayonara-ing it with his tweet. But I contend thats the sort of thing Marvel would have him do, regardless of what is happening in Avengers 4. Believe nothing. And everything!
  • Here’s 5 minutes of Aquaman for you. I’m trying to not watch any more trailers or content, but it’s probably hopeless…
  • Wait… this guy was working on this Lego model for almost as long as the actual construction. He must have started the minute the images for the planning department presentation were leaked.
  • I don’t make it out to the comic shops these days, but this new anthology of Ghost in the Shell material by guest creators is pretty amazing. I like what I see!
  • I REALLY need to see Ant-Man and Wasp again.

And with that, I leave you with a carefully curated collection of nightmare toilets.

No Good To Us Dead – Robots Root 4 Oct 2018

My favorite news of the moment is the confirmation that Jon Favreau’s SW TV series will be called The Mandalorian, and have a lone gunslinger vibe. I’ve only scratched the surface of Mandalore in the Clone Wars series thus far, but I’ll be interested to see if it’s another species wearing Mandalorian armor, as with the Fetts, or if it’s a true Mandalorian, who eppear to have a pretty interesting story of their own. Either way, exploring the Outer Reach, shooting to kill, best helmet design in the series, I’m on board…bonus: Pedro Pascal in the live action SW series? YES PLS

 

Meanwhile, this may be happening RIGHT now:

  • I haven’t watched this, being in back to back meetings all day, but I’m optimistic. Ferrell’s haircut alone! DAPPER. Update: Welp, yep, I AM THE TARGET MARKET.
  • Despite my doubts, they just sold me on the Kingsman prequel. I mean, I didn’t have doubts about it being a prequel… or even about the speculative film’s value… I just figured that Millar was spouting without anything to back it up, given that Kingsman 2 didn’t do very well. But I like the concept of the series and I’m on board. But whoa: Ralph Fiennes?!? Yes please.
  • Want some candy? Yes, of course they do.
  • Bad Birds of Prey news, following on the heels, so to speak, of very good news earlier this week… Rosie Perez appears to have been cast as the Question. Why for the love of R’yleh… I held out this morning for awhile hoping it was a hoax.
  • I don’t know why they keep referring to the uniforms in Dark Phoenix as ‘classic’… I mean, I guess compared to others in the franchise they are, but these are Frank Quitely’s excellent designs from New X-Men thanks. Love it!
  • I don’t need a lot of Luke in my Star Wars IX, but I do dig the concept of a flashback showing him pulling Star Destroyers into orbit. What a great image. Well, THROUGH orbit.
  • Here’s a trailer for Runaways S02. I’m stoked!
  • Hey look: at least Venom is compared (fairly) favorably to Catwoman. But look, here’s a reasonably, contextually, positive review about what’s in the tin.
  • Entourage played the Aquaman movie concept as a riff on big budget supers films with no artistic merit, ie. the ultimate low-brow sellout move with devastating financial and professional risk. But as this look back shows, it mirrored the future reality pretty accurately.
  • Though it’s pretty likely Amazon will pull it once they figure it out, they are allowing Verhooven’s original X-rated cut of Robocop to stream on Prime right now. I need to get on that myself!
  • Disney just greenlit a Lilo and Stitch live action adaptation. I’m on board: great 3d alien and a more powerful non-traditional body image situation for young girls than the more famous Moana. Excellent!
  • This is a cool Millennium Falcom triptych, but I’d like it more if there was NO there there between them. Imply it, don’t show it!
  • Surprisingly, at least one review claims there’s MORE there there to the Titans series, in a way that JUST might be interesting enough to try out. Despite that Starfire.

Thats all for today. We are recording another episode of Robot-Kraken tonight, so if you feel a tingling, happy sensation, it’s probably your collective awareness of our enthusiasms. All hail the TRDL hive mind!

You Wouldnt Like Me When I’m Angry – 28 Sept 2018

My first three reactions, from my first three viewings, of Dark Phoenix’s trailer were not great. But there’s more optimism out there in the fan reaction world than i anticipated. Plenty of doubt, too. I suspect, and frankly hope, that the males talking about Jean instead of showing much of anything about her manifestation is because they’re trying to keep as much of her actual vibe secret as long as possible. I hold out faint hope for a proper Dark Phoenix costume, too. It’s one of the best in the comics. Anyway, the trailer was mild. I do appreciate them showing us very little of the external antagonist, who I suspect is a hybrid of the Sh’iar and Mastermind. They kept the focus as a guilty family secret type situation. The best part was the most subtle: the faint Phoenix Fire image in the logo animation at the end, thus:

 

Meanwhile, in space, this may be happening right now:

  • I’m well into Marvel. I’m a legit zombie. But I could never get behind Eternals. I mean, I could get behind Selene maybe. But that aside, I mainly used them as post-Celestial cannon fodder in the Marvel RPG. But hey, Kirby is Kirby, and if it makes for a good movie, I’ll be there.
  • I can’t speak for the actress playing Black Canary, as I do not have any familiarity with her, but I’m enjoying the idea of Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress in Birds of Prey. Where’s the photomanips?!

  • Also, I would LOVE Sharlto Copley as a Black Mask, if that happened.
  • An interesting point here about Han Solo’s cinematic failings, one that we were aware of in general, but it’s easy to overlook in the wake of fanboy raging: Disney dumped it into theaters two weeks after INFINITY WAR, and gave it minuscule marketing breathing room by Star Wars standards. Imagine if Han Solo came out in the December slot… not buried under the biggest Marvel film ever and still too hot to touch after the Last Jedi debates. And there’s this. And also this. But anyway, I’m a fan, and I’m looking forward to these deleted scenes
  • Do what you have to do. Make the best Hellboy that can ever be?

  • Finally, the first pic from The Boys. I’m down! It’s neat how much most of the cast looks like their comics versions and then Urban is just grizzly.
  • Nic Pizzolatto? Ben Foster? Noir grime? SO DOWN.
  • I know I’m the target age for this movie audience, but this was great.
  • I dunno. The classic comics colors on Aquaman are OK, but the gold armor is even better… hey, I’m just there for the vomiting.

  • I present: the Hybridizer. I mean, I did it for the old timey. But you do you.
  • Well, this is dope. Do the tapes fly out and attack you in Whole Foods?
  • The thing about the Venom movie is… I mean… just do THIS. Quit with the dancing around it.
  • This is beautiful and terrible. Boom!

 

And with that, I’m off into the redwoods to camp for the weekend, doing THIS pretty much non stop.

Be Brave – Robots Root 24 September 2018

How to Draw with Tenacious D is killing me. “a little yeller.” “I don’t know what thats called, but it sure does tell a story.” Dying. NSFW. As usual, their viral marketing may be even better than the product (post-Apocalypto)… I will forever feel a compulsion to paint using a Sharpie as a brush.

 

Meanwhile, THIS:

 

  • I do kinda like this anime trailer treatment for the Star War. The ship designs feel jarring because they are very…western… but the character models and Ben Kenobi’s look and voice particularly, really work. Plus I’ve always said Chewie needed a prominent mustache.
  • RIP Sgt. Apone.

  • I can’t, for whatever reason, stop mulling over the concept for a Jon Hamm Batman. I want it. A LOT. I’ve often struggled by how much I didn’t vibe the Bruce Wayne as Batman look. I loved Nolan’s stuff, but it wasn’t the best Batman look, and Bale wasn’t the most Wayne Wayne. The project worked regardless. But thinking of my younger self’s mental image of what it should be… Batfleck (in costume) was close, even without the eye slits… but Hamm works for me as Wayne. Wayne in the bat suit, if that makes sense.

  • I can’t wait for this. I want it to be awesome. Funny that it’s going to be one of those seasons where John C O’Reilly is in bowler hats TWICE (this and the Laurel and Hardy biofilm)… one of THOSE seasons.

  • This piece came from an artist in one of my FB groups, and I love it 33,000 times. You may have to have grown up near, or beyond, the border to understand.

  • I dig these Sideshow ‘reimaginings’ projects. This makes for a damn cool and less bipedal Alien, (so many joints)… but Jonesy remains the highlight.
  • Thats not just Soundwave… it’s the ORIGINAL Soundwave, looks like.
  • Rope hands! That’s a power I need to add to the Posthuman game…

  • I think this was a pretty nuanced argument in favor of Last Jedi… touching on some points I hadn’t really formalized in my own mind. I liked it a lot, so i’m not one of the detractors… but Pat notes ways in which the film delivers on things that I think, big picture, really benefit the franchise.
  • THIS. “By 2022, science says we will have achieved Joker singularity: a Joker movie that reboots itself during the movie”
  • Brie Larson continues to troll those people that told her to smile more. It isn’t old yet.
  • This is only interesting because Sofia Boutella as any supers anyone gets my vote.
  • Chloe Zhao has been tapped to direct Eternals… we were just talking about Ruin on the podcast…

Finally, a new K-hole I didn’t know existed until now, and I’m obsessed: Hot Wheels restoration!

Tears of a Robot-Kraken – Robots Root 21 September

So, the makeup test for Phoenix’s Joker is drawing from Pagliacci, not entirely unexpectedly. However, I’m still pretty disappointed. You have two major iconic looks to navigate that came before: the classic Joker look, and the smeared, hot mess Heath Ledger look. My hope was that he would start with this incredibly well meaning, intricate, finely done makeup, playing up his delusions of grandeur, and then as things go south, he never reapplies it so it gets messier and messier as he is deconstructed and descends into madness. Like, mime-level neatness in the makeup. The classic contemporary pagliacci look is what he’s sort of doing here, with the one tear (the crying clown, etc etc) but I would have preferred the much more vintage look, thus:

Anyway, onward with the stuff:

  • The TNG cast sounds disgruntled, and why wouldn’t they be, really.
  • One of the things I like most about Michael B. Jordan being cast as John Clark in this latest round of Clancy films is that it’s just one more pin to deflate the knee-jerk racist and ‘continuity purist’ arguments against casting people of color in roles that were originally written as white characters.
  • I thought i’d be annoyed by all the Catholic iconography in the new Daredevil series, but the fact that they’re going dark and corrupted makes for great imagery. Bloody christ poses and graves and such. Black costume! Run from the light!
  • All-female Marvel supers stuff: great! For TV: not so great.
  • We talk about this on a recent podcast session for the October release, but the fact that Danny Boyle walked from Bond 25 but they hired Cary Fukunaga to replace him is kind of a head-scratcher, as the latter has as much of a reputation for ditching projects as the former. However, I’m on record as being much more interested, given how much I loved True Detective S01.
  • That Disney would start reining in the SW franchise isn’t surprising, after Solo. But it’s also disappointing. I argue the problem isn’t too much of the Star War, but rather not enough focus on what makes a good Star War. My favorite of the lot is Rogue One, and many hated it. There’s no pleasing everyone. I also liked Solo fine. But anyway.
  • The only thing better than a cephalopod is a grab-assy one.
  • No interest in Titans, but it’s good to see they aren’t planning on dancing around the existence of Batman.
  • Feige taking over the FF and X-Men franchises is not surprising, and I like it. Scarlet Witch and Loki solo TV series? With the film casting? I’m incredulous on that story.

That’s all for today… if you haven’t already, check out our most recent episode of Robot-Kraken, and try not to get yourself deported or entangled in the South China Sea. Cheers!

Robot-Kraken Ep. 046 – Here Today, Oregone Tomorrow

 

Woohoo! A new episode of Robot-Kraken is now available!

Robot-Kraken Episode 046 – September 2018 “Here Today, Oregon Tomorrow!“

Your regular host Thom ‘Third Rail Design Lab’ Chiaramonte and actual legit named cohost Kris “Deeply Dapper” McClanahan review and discuss the comic conventions of the last few months, including San Francisco Comic Con and Rose City Comic Con, along with current events and takeaways from the trailers and news coming out of this summer’s San Diego Comic Con coverage. It’s an all con episode! Plus, look for Episode 45, released in July, as you may not have received it in your feed thanks to issues with science. We talked about Deadpool 2, Han Solo, and Ant-Man and Wasp in that one, so take a look and a listen…

Update: Notes from the show… such as they are…

Sucking the Monkey, SFCC Segment:

  • Kris: Sex Panther Double Chocolate Porter
  • Thom: Briney Melon Gose

Sucking the Monkey, RCCC Segment:

  • Kris and Thom: Cucumber Sour and a bit of George Dickel Rye

Red Sky Roundup:

  • James Gunn
  • SDCC news
  • Godzilla: Kind of the Monsters trailer
  • Shazam trailer
  • Aquaman trailer
  • Glass trailer
  • Battle Angel Alita trailer 2
  • Deadly Class trailer
  • Disenchanted trailer
  • Stan Against Evil
  • The ongoing state of Marvel Netflix

Robot Reviews: San Francisco Comic Con, Rose City Comic Con

Planned Plundering:

  • Kris: Saga; Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero
  • Thom: Annihilation (second viewing); Deadly Class; Maniac

Rum-Fueled Recommendations:

  • Kris: Three Billboards
  • Thom: Clone Wars Series (gets better in S02)

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