Castle: Never Judge a Book by Its Cover

The dynamic duo of Richard Castle and Kate Beckett are at it again and they need your help. You will be tasked with tracking down a killer responsible for killing innocent victims that are oddly connected. However, this isn't any ordinary killer. The crime scenes are unique and dynamic, and designed to lead you off course. With each crime, things begin to hit closer to home. Eventually an eerie pattern becomes clear during the investigation. Will you be able to find the killer before there is another victim?

And it followed the one-inch-from-centre rule. The cover featured Pinky, the Brain, superheroine costumes, and a box of Kleenex. The cover prominently displays our web-headed hero, who brags about how he's taking over this comic book, even though he already has four series of his own. Engineering professor Jay Omega once wrote a novel about sunspots wrecking electronics and reducing the intelligence of women worldwide; the novel is well-written Hard Sci-Fi and not the least bit misogynistic. Parodies Comic Books Pinky and the Brain , mirroring the earlier Animaniacs , was spun off in its own comic book series. There are no voiceovers. It gets very close to the pitfall of boredom. Played with in an early issue of Thunderbolts , which guest starred Archangel of the X-Men and featured him prominently on the cover with the headline: "Will Archangel join the Thunderbolts? Bound Adventures has a story where Princess Irina is captured by pirates. Parodied in The Areas of My Expertise , a book of fake trivia:. The first edition of Bored of the Rings included a rather erotic "excerpt" from the book as part of the front material. Unfortunately, the third-rate publishing house saddles it with a Frank Frazetta -style Contemptible Cover , featuring a Fur Bikini -clad barbarian woman clinging to the leg of a muscle-bound scientist with a clipboard and computer, as well as the title Bimbos of the Death Sun. All of this is overseen by the bitter glare of the ever-uncaring Triple Suns. Alan Coren packaged a collection of humorous short stories and essays into a book titled Golfing for Cats, with a huge Nazi swastika on the cover.

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The cover pic features Nepeta from Homestuck , who is also a troll and lives in a cave, but is otherwise nothing like the cave troll from the story. The reasoning, as stated in the foreword, is that people are interested in golf, cats, and the Third Reich, so putting them all together would be superb marketing. Before the end of the video that same reviewer falls in love with the game. The story seems interesting, if they don't give away too much with all the hand holding. Lampshaded with the cover to Star Brand Alan Coren packaged a collection of humorous short stories and essays into a book titled Golfing for Cats, with a huge Nazi swastika on the cover. Maybe 5 out of no more. There are no voiceovers. Greg notes that there are no women in the book's entire series and wonders if the cover artist even read the book. Another Excalibur issue had an incredibly boring cover that certainly didn't happen inside the comic, with a morose-looking little man sweeping the floor and telling us that the usual comic-book cover stuff - muscular heroes fighting dastardly villains, and girls with big tits - is actually inside the comic book, and we should stop bothering him. The autographed cast picture where everyone was in their costumes was the first spoiler for To Boldly Flee , and taking the cue from Kickassia and Suburban Knights , fans wondered how Doug was going to emote at all with a giant Judge Dredd helmet covering half his face. Preston Esquire: We were totally lied to by our album covers, man. The first edition of Bored of the Rings included a rather erotic "excerpt" from the book as part of the front material. The fourth has King Kong , who doesn't appear in the movie a spoof. In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days , Greg's mom puts the kibosh on his book club selection because she doesn't like the scantily clad warrior woman on the cover.


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So, it's a nice enough game for fans Loves Epitaph the show, I suppose. However, Zoey is a minor character who only shows up in a handful of strips, and is the only gay character in the comic. And, of course, the game itself follows that pattern of mundane predictability, and is, at Castle: Never Judge a Book by Its Cover, just Juudge. It gets very close to the pitfall of boredom. Unfortunately, the third-rate publishing house saddles it with a Frank Frazetta -style Contemptible Coverfeaturing a Fur Bikini -clad barbarian woman clinging to the leg of a muscle-bound scientist with a clipboard and computer, as well as the title Bimbos of the Death Sun. It featured a painting of a metallic silver dragon flying up either to rescue or eat a beautiful, nearly nude sword maiden as she falls off a cliff. An ad for an adventure movie depicts scenes taking place in different parts of the world edited together, with quotes from critics' negative Juudge just as misleadingly spliced. Although it IS cheap and direct-to-video, the language and violent albeit cartoony on-screen deaths proves that this ain't a kids flick. Plus, a very flattering portrait of the Author appeared within the Main Sun. Before the end of the video that same reviewer falls in love with the game. YouTube allows you to upload a photo of just about whatever you want if you decide not to use a still Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns the video for its thumbnail. Not bloody likely! Why didn't you believe me??

The cover pic features Nepeta from Homestuck , who is also a troll and lives in a cave, but is otherwise nothing like the cave troll from the story. The reasoning, as stated in the foreword, is that people are interested in golf, cats, and the Third Reich, so putting them all together would be superb marketing. Although the dragon cover is printed on the inside of the cover of the paperback edition. However, Zoey is a minor character who only shows up in a handful of strips, and is the only gay character in the comic. Maybe 5 out of no more. She isn't. Good thing nothing like this happens in the comic. But I gave up on this show a very long time ago, so the game based on the show doesn't hold much interest for me. It featured a painting of a metallic silver dragon flying up either to rescue or eat a beautiful, nearly nude sword maiden as she falls off a cliff. And, of course, the game itself follows that pattern of mundane predictability, and is, at best, just average. Plus, a very flattering portrait of the Author appeared within the Main Sun. The HOS offer some limited interaction, and the puzzles are easy enough. This has extremely predictable results. What this translates to is a buxom blonde in half-open safari gear clinging to Lionel's legs while he holds a rifle against a jungle background, which infuriates Lionel and amuses Jean greatly. There's nothing like this inside he comic, but given the humor-themed stories that are, it was clearly meant as a joke.

Bill S. The cover featured Pinky, the Brain, superheroine costumes, and a box of Kleenex. For the record, the book's real cover looks nothing like Nevet. None of the members of Excalibur themselves are depicted except for Captain Britain, who Fear for Sale: Phantom Tide Collectors Edition shoved into the background. The second Electric Wonderland comic has a cover page with Aerynn exclaiming, " I said I would shoot, but you didn't believe me! While the covers of both titles rarely showed scenes or concepts from the stories inside, the first Pinky and the Brain Rainblood: Town of Death was notable for following the guidelines at the top Castoe: this page explicitly, with the Brain pronouncing 'This is the way to make it big in the comic business! Naturally, nothing even remotely resembling the excerpt can be found in the actual text. She-Hulk had some Castle: Never Judge a Book by Its Cover with this. The cover pages make it look as though Irina is forced to walk the plank, and then gobbled up by a shark. Another Excalibur issue had an incredibly boring Battle Slots that certainly didn't happen inside the comic, with a morose-looking little man sweeping the floor and telling us that the usual comic-book cover stuff - muscular heroes fighting dastardly villains, and girls with big tits - is actually inside the comic book, and we should stop bothering him.


All of this is overseen by the bitter glare of the ever-uncaring Triple Suns. Hopefully, it gets better as the game plods along. Another Excalibur issue had an incredibly boring cover that certainly didn't happen inside the comic, with a morose-looking little man sweeping the floor and telling us that the usual comic-book cover stuff - muscular heroes fighting dastardly villains, and girls with big tits - is actually inside the comic book, and we should stop bothering him. After he woke up, he stopped appearing on the covers. There is widescreen. The cover pic features Nepeta from Homestuck , who is also a troll and lives in a cave, but is otherwise nothing like the cave troll from the story. Parodies Comic Books Pinky and the Brain , mirroring the earlier Animaniacs , was spun off in its own comic book series. Wolveroach showed up on three consecutive covers of Cerebus, in various badass action poses Parodied in The Areas of My Expertise , a book of fake trivia:. Being an Interactive Comic , there's no way that the author of Awful Hospital would be able to perfectly predict the direction the story would take from the get-go. Lampshaded during this review for Master of Magic one of the reviews states "I knew it was a total flop, one could tell that just by looking at the box". Before the end of the video that same reviewer falls in love with the game. Lampshaded with the cover to Star Brand

7 thoughts on “Castle: Never Judge a Book by Its Cover

  1. National Lampoon's Vacation has a cover that parodies Conan the Barbarian , with the family patriarch presented as a Frank Frazetta beefcake who is stabbing the sky with a tennis racket and has leg clinging bimbos. The cover pic features Nepeta from Homestuck , who is also a troll and lives in a cave, but is otherwise nothing like the cave troll from the story. Plus, a very flattering portrait of the Author appeared within the Main Sun. Engineering professor Jay Omega once wrote a novel about sunspots wrecking electronics and reducing the intelligence of women worldwide; the novel is well-written Hard Sci-Fi and not the least bit misogynistic.

  2. As seen on the page image for Wolverine Publicity , there existed an alternate cover for an Anita Blake comic Marvel was putting out at the time featuring Wolverine and Anita, with a small caption reading "Wolverine does not actually appear in this issue". Nothing at all different or exciting is offered here, just the usual game play you always see in in ordinary HOPAs. All of this is overseen by the bitter glare of the ever-uncaring Triple Suns. However, Zoey is a minor character who only shows up in a handful of strips, and is the only gay character in the comic. Maybe on a sale or a DD or to fill out a punch card at the end of the month.

  3. The cover pic features Nepeta from Homestuck , who is also a troll and lives in a cave, but is otherwise nothing like the cave troll from the story. The fourth has King Kong , who doesn't appear in the movie a spoof. Good thing nothing like this happens in the comic. The graphics and artwork are bland, and the realism the game is striving for causes it to have a dull look. And, of course, the game itself follows that pattern of mundane predictability, and is, at best, just average.

  4. The HOS offer some limited interaction, and the puzzles are easy enough. In Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days , Greg's mom puts the kibosh on his book club selection because she doesn't like the scantily clad warrior woman on the cover. An ad for an adventure movie depicts scenes taking place in different parts of the world edited together, with quotes from critics' negative reviews just as misleadingly spliced. The reasoning, as stated in the foreword, is that people are interested in golf, cats, and the Third Reich, so putting them all together would be superb marketing.

  5. In As Time Goes By , Lionel's extremely dull autobiography about planting coffee in Kenya is given a "pick-me-up-and-buy-me" cover as his publisher Alastair puts it. Maybe on a sale or a DD or to fill out a punch card at the end of the month. Lampshaded during this review for Master of Magic one of the reviews states "I knew it was a total flop, one could tell that just by looking at the box".

  6. Lampshaded during this review for Master of Magic one of the reviews states "I knew it was a total flop, one could tell that just by looking at the box". Cerebus did a parody of this phenomenon by introducing a character named Wolveroach, an obvious spoof of Wolverine. Alan Coren packaged a collection of humorous short stories and essays into a book titled Golfing for Cats, with a huge Nazi swastika on the cover. Why didn't you believe me?? Another Excalibur issue had an incredibly boring cover that certainly didn't happen inside the comic, with a morose-looking little man sweeping the floor and telling us that the usual comic-book cover stuff - muscular heroes fighting dastardly villains, and girls with big tits - is actually inside the comic book, and we should stop bothering him.

  7. Parodied in an issue of Excalibur where Spider-Man guest-starred. It featured a painting of a metallic silver dragon flying up either to rescue or eat a beautiful, nearly nude sword maiden as she falls off a cliff. There's nothing like this inside he comic, but given the humor-themed stories that are, it was clearly meant as a joke. She isn't.

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