Miami Vice


Before They Were Gods: Mr. Wednesday Met Crockett &#038 Tubbs. Twice.

Before They Were 'Gods': Mr. Wednesday Met Crockett & Tubbs. Twice.

Who's There? (1987);and Caribbean dictator General Manuel Borbon (right) from the episode Freefall (1989).You see the punchline here...right?As you're letting that scar your brains a little bit, I'm thinking that there's really two ways you can look at it: either it's one of the most blatant examples of whitewashing in modern pop culture history; or[...]

Vin Diesel Can Feel A Miami Vice Reboot Coming In The Air Tonight

Vin Diesel Can Feel A 'Miami Vice' Reboot Coming In The Air Tonight

Hearkening back to a simpler time when pastel t-shirts with white suits was never not awesome and Glenn Frey had you convinced that yeah, maybe you did belong to the city, NBC announced that it is looking to revive Miami Vice, one of the network's most successful police procedurals...in large part, thanks to Vin Diesel.Shana[...]

Catching Up With Shannon Eric Denton

Catching Up With Shannon Eric Denton

Shannon Eric Denton is a man who wears many hats… and I don't mean the cowboy hat and ball cap he is known to wear at conventions. He is the editor behind Lion Forge's line of 80s television series based comics as well the the driving force behind Actionopolis and Komikwerks. His writing credits include Cartoon […]

The Miami Vice Remix Trailer Is Almost As Insane As The Comic

The Miami Vice Remix Trailer Is Almost As Insane As The Comic

This is the trailer for the second issue of Miami Vice Remix by Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood for IDW and Lion Forge Comics.Starring Jim Mahfood.I know I didn't either.[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXyfz-3SUBQ[/youtube]Enjoy Then enjoy the comic It is seriously easy to do.  This is the trailer for the second issue of Miami Vice Remix by Joe Casey[...]

You Still Have Those Pastel Suits Miami Vice Goes Digital

You Still Have Those Pastel Suits? Miami Vice Goes Digital

Lion Forge Comics is kicking off its new digital comic series based on the hit 80's television phenomenon Miami Vice.If you are too young to remember the series that featured Sonny Crockett and Ricardo "Rico" Tubbs as a pair of live-by-their-own-rules detectives for the Metro-Dade Police Department.. well then I'm envious of your youth..[...]