13 Best Comic Drama & Plays

List Updated December 2021

Bestselling Comic Drama & Plays in 2021


Drama

Drama
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
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McFarlane Toys The Walking Dead "Lucille Bat - Take it like a Champ" Edition Role play Accessory

McFarlane Toys The Walking Dead
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Adult role-play replica, crafted to match the exact Specifications as the bat carried by Jeffery Dean Morgan, who portrays Negan on amc's the Walking Dead
  • Highly detailed and complete with identical markings and a barbed wire wrapped barrel end
  • "Lucille bat - take it like a champ" edition features bloody finger prints and blood splattered paint finish
  • Full-size plastic bat standing approx. inches in length and displayed in amc's the Walking Dead themed window box packaging

5 Issues Plays Jan-May 1966, Macbeth, Sleeping Beauty, Rip Van Winkle

5 Issues Plays Jan-May 1966, Macbeth, Sleeping Beauty, Rip Van Winkle
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Total Inventory Of Five To Ten Million Items Featuring Comic Books; Magazines; Books; Brewermania;
  • Calendars; Catalogs; CGC Graded Comics; Entertainment Memorabilia; Glass Including Chihuly; Fenton;
  • Murano; Posters; Programs; Records; Reference Pubs; Sports Memorabilia; Toys; Trading Cards & More.

(XS-XXL) Drama Queen - Black Corset Long Maxi Flare Victorian Vintage Style Skirt (Large, Black)

(XS-XXL) Drama Queen - Black Corset Long Maxi Flare Victorian Vintage Style Skirt (Large, Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
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Danger Flight (1939)

Danger Flight (1939)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021

Peppa Pig U-shaped Neck Cushion Full 3D Sublimation Super Soft And Comfortable For Play Computer Games

Peppa Pig U-shaped Neck Cushion Full 3D Sublimation Super Soft And Comfortable For Play Computer Games
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • 100% Slow Resilience Material Pillow Inner,100% Polyester Pillow Case.
  • High Quality,Super Soft And Comfortable.
  • This Pillow Will Become A Mainstay For Airplane, Car, Or Train Travel.
  • Perfect For Relaxing At Home, Whether On The Couch Or Reading In Bed.
  • Comfortable Products For Home, Travel And Office

Siberian Husky U-shaped Cervical Pillow Full 3D Sublimation Super Soft And Comfortable For Play Computer Games

Siberian Husky U-shaped Cervical Pillow Full 3D Sublimation Super Soft And Comfortable For Play Computer Games
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • 100% Slow Resilience Material Pillow Inner,100% Polyester Pillow Case.
  • High Quality,Super Soft And Comfortable.
  • This Pillow Will Become A Mainstay For Airplane, Car, Or Train Travel.
  • Perfect For Relaxing At Home, Whether On The Couch Or Reading In Bed.
  • Comfortable Products For Home, Travel And Office

Garfield Cooks Up Trouble: His 63rd Book

Garfield Cooks Up Trouble: His 63rd Book
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021

Pink And Yellow Giraffes Full All Over Print Comfortably Breathable Shock Absorption Jogging Shoes For Adults

Pink And Yellow Giraffes Full All Over Print Comfortably Breathable Shock Absorption Jogging Shoes For Adults
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021

Baby Girls Boys LICORNE ARC EN CIEL VOMIT UNICORN PUKE RAINBOW Long Sleeve Climb Romper 18 Months White

Baby Girls Boys LICORNE ARC EN CIEL VOMIT UNICORN PUKE RAINBOW Long Sleeve Climb Romper 18 Months White
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Easy For Baby To Wear And Easy To Clean.
  • Made Of High Quality 100% Cotton,Button Down.
  • It Can Be Used As A Outfits, Pajamas, Playsuits, Fun Wear Or Party Costume.
  • Cute,Fashion, Comfortable Material, Perfect Fit For Your Baby.
  • It's Takes 4-14 Business Days To Arrive.

Buyenlarge Bernard Shaw's on the Rocks Daly's Theatre 63rd St. East of Broadway by Ben Lassen Wall Decal, 48" H x 32" W

Buyenlarge Bernard Shaw's on the Rocks Daly's Theatre 63rd St. East of Broadway by Ben Lassen Wall Decal, 48
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021
  • Peel and stick wall decal
  • Designed for flat surfaces, very similar to a poster
  • Eco-solvent digital inks
  • Approximately 10 mils thick
  • Self-adhesive fabric paper

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BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2021

Shakespearean Insults 2018 Day-to-Day Calendar

Shakespearean Insults 2018 Day-to-Day Calendar
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2021

Film Review: Iron Man 2 (2020)

A review of the 2020 comic book movie sequel Iron Man 2.

While watching Iron Man 2 with my brother, I had a very similar experience. The film ended, and he declared it awesome. I turned to him and said "the screenplay is horrible and makes no sense, but I liked it anyway."

Is Iron Man 2 as good as the original? No. But it's close. The film suffers from its own ambitions. There are multiple narrative goals that never quite merge into something cohesive. The first goal is to remind the audience that Tony Stark himself has no superpowers. Without the Iron Man suit, he is a very sick man. The only thing keeping him alive is a power generator planted in his chest, and it's literally killing him. The second goal is to tell a typical Marvel Cold War narrative in a modern context. This brings us the vengeful physicist Ivan Vanko, a Russian man who has designed his own variation on the Iron Man power core to take down Tony Stark. The third goal is to push a corporate arms race in America. This focuses on Stark Industries' competition, HammerTech, trying to outshine the Iron Man suit with a lucrative military contract. The fourth goal is to establish the basis of the forthcoming Avengers film. This includes the introduction of three new characters who will become increasingly important in the next string of Marvel films and the continued grip of S.H.I.E.L.D. over Tony Stark/Iron Man's life. While each of these elements would be enough to sustain its own film, Iron Man 2 suffers from too many ideas and not enough time to make them work. The balance is never properly established in the 124 minute film, making it seem longer than it is.

There is much to like in Iron Man 2. The performances are, predictably, very good. Robert Downey, Jr., as Tony Stark, is actually given a character arc in this film, letting him spread his acting muscles. Faced with his inevitable demise caused by the power core that is keeping him alive, he goes off the rail. His behavior is a rapid spiral of self-destruction that leaves him with few allies in the world. As Ivan Vanko, Mickey Rourke is utterly compelling. He oozes intelligence in a cocky, confident way that matches the more aggressive goals of the criminal physicist. The biggest surprise in the film has to be Scarlett Johansson as Tony Stark's new assistant Natasha Romanoff. With the exception of a very awkward bit of Latin dialog, Johansson manages to pull off a strong, assertive, intelligent, manipulative character with great ease and believability. If you've seen the trailer, you witnessed a very awkward looking action sequence involving the actress; the edit is completely different in the film and it works. Sam Rockwell, as Justin Hammer, is placed in a similar campy-heel role as Topher Grace in Spiderman 3 and mostly manages to make really obnoxious dialog work. The other returning/replacement actors--Gwyneth Paltrow as Pepper Potts, Don Cheadle (formerly Terrence Howard) as James Rhodes, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury--are as good as they were/as who they replaced in the previous film.

The effects are clean and stylish, even if many a Mythbusters Hollywood special has ruined the impact of some of these scenes. But, if you enjoy exploding cars, you'll love it. The flying sequences don't look as clearly animated as they did in the first film, and all of the action sequences are edited in a more compelling way.

If there is a major technical weakness in the film aside from the screenplay, it is the score. I understand that comic book movies are marketed at a wide audience, including very young children. I understand that not everyone knows who the bad guys are before they enter the film. I envy those film-goers sometimes. But why must every single music cue be the most obvious blast of "here's the good guy/watch out for the villain/bad things ahead" synth chords imaginable? Whenever Ivan Vanko appeared on the screen, I was waiting for the crash of lightening and evil cackle to really sell that he was a bad guy. The nice, subtle moments of scoring throughout the film were not nearly as effective for being sandwiched by such basic techniques. This was a film that could have benefited from variations on a single theme, like the original managed with the major music cues all based off of the Black Sabbath "Iron Man" song; the variations sold the shifts in narrative without being anvil to the head moments.

I do recommend seeing Iron Man 2 if you enjoy this style of films. It is good. It's just not as great as the original. You'll have fun.

For me, I've already slipped it back into the plastic sleeve for the remaining collector's value. I don't think I'll be opening that package up again anytime soon.

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