Vids I Dig 236: Midnight’s Edge: ‘Conan The Barbarian’: One Year at Marvel Comics – In Review

From the Midnight’s Edge YouTube description: One year ago, on January 1st of 2019, Conan the Barbarian returned to Marvel comics. While the original run of Conan comics from Marvel directly lead to the movies starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dark Horse comics have had the Conan license the past two decades. So how has Conan fared with Marvel now that they got the license back, in this day and age?

We are about to find out, for in this video, @AndreEinherjar will give his honest review on each Conan title Marvel has released over their first year with the license in our current era, as well as his assessment on what the future might hold for Marvel at Conan, and how that in turn in may influence the future of Conan in all other media, including film, so be sure to stay for that.

Vids I Dig 224: Midnight’s Edge: ‘The Phantom’ Retrospective: Analysis, Review and Comic Comparison

From the Midnight’s Edge YouTube description: On June 7th 1996, the Phantom was released in theaters.

Today, twenty years later, probably most write it off as just another nineties comic book movie misfire. Is this a fair assessment, or is it true what some claim, that the movie was far ahead of it time?

That is what @AndreEinherjar will look into in this retrospective, which also includes possible reasons why the movie flopped upon release, publishing history, comic book comparisons and a fan edit recommendation…

Vids I Dig 212: Midnight’s Edge: ‘Halloween’: The Troubled History Behind the Franchise

From the Midnight’s Edge YouTube description: While Halloween wasn’t the first slasher film, it was the first smash hit slasher and along with ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’s’ Leatherface, ushered in a whole era of masked and deformed boogie men at the cinema and video store throughout the 80’s and 90’s. But beyond the 1978 masterpiece, the franchise quickly became a mess. With its creator trying to change its purpose to an anthology series and quickly giving up, to a series that was rebooted and rebooted time and again with an increasingly large list of colorful characters involved in production. Including the 2018 movie, the franchise has been restarted no less than five times. In this video, we will examine the history of Halloween, the many behind the scenes fights, and what future the most recent franchise rebirth will bring.