Theater Hopper - Dec 26: The Power of Blu-Ray

December 26, 2008

Theater Hopper

Theater Hopper is a webcomic about all things movies written and illustrated by Tom Brazelton. Starring Tom, his wife Cami, and best friend Jared, Theater Hopper perfectly captures Tom's feelings and reactions to recent and upcoming movies in a way that will easily have you laughing. New updates will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. This is the webcomic that every movie-lover out there can't miss! Wednesday's comic, #915 - The Power of Blu-Ray, has been posted below. Enjoy!

#915 - The Power of Blu-Ray

Theater Hopper #915 - The Power of Blu-Ray


If you're new to Theater Hopper, you can visit the archives to catch up on all of the history and past comics. New updates will run here on every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The official website for Tom Brazelton's Theater Hopper is located at:

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  • haha, nice
  • I got a Blu-Ray too! Panasonic!
  • Padme
    lol !
  • Black Guy
    Is this webcomic supposed to be funny?
  • I dunno. Are your comments meant to be insightful? ;P ZING!
  • Shuriken
    @ #5, haha
  • Bounca
    Blu-ray player....................NOT blu-ray DVD player!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Don't be mad. I still call ATMs the "ATM machine." ;D
  • Dan
    This one actually got a laugh out of me. The last frame is perfect, both because of the green-shirt guy sidestepping out of frame and because of orange-shirt guy's dreamy expression. Well done.
  • Sojourner
    Love the new one Tom, I think one of my friends had the exact same moment just a few days ago.
  • Josh
    Wait, "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" got really good reviews. Is this funny?
  • It's not that Forgetting Sarah Marshall was a bad movie - just maybe not the first one you think of to show of a Blu-ray player. It's kind of boilerplate, cinematically speaking.




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