James "Another Dead Hero" Carlson is a video reviewer on the That Guy with the Glasses
forums and The Rosenhacker's site
. He is known mostly for his video reviews where he reviews the baddest of the bad in comics and film (Along with some good stuff), though he has done various pixel art for his DeviantArt page.
His videos can be found at here
and his Youtube account
He can be found on Twitter here
- Accentuate the Negative: He'll admit to when even a bad movie has something he does enjoy or if it has a line he finds funny.
- Cameo: Averted in one case where he asked for Diamanda Hagan to help him out in the first part of his Necronomicon: Book of the Dead review, only to show a funny cat video, he didn't notice the difference.
- Development Hell: He originally intended to release his first video review in October 2012, but a major computer crash prevented any reviews from happening until May 2013.
- Episode Title Card: His cards are done by Moniek-Kuuper, herself known for her TGWTG fancomics.
- Jaw Drop: Has happened once or twice.
- Lost Forever: Before James began video reviews, he had posted onto Rosenhacker's old site two written reviews for the remake of Prom Night (Which he gave a hugely negative review of.) and The Horror Show (Which he gave a postive review of.), but due to the original site being shut down (and James' computer crashing out), the reviews are lost forever. Same with a video review of Children of The Corn 3: Urban Harvest he intended to release in 2012 which was affected by the same computer crash that erased his written reviews.
- One of Us: Of course, if his reviews and cutaway jokes say anything, he's a huge fan of Spongebob Squarepants, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Horror films, metal music and Mel Brooks.
- Rant Inducing Slight: Whenever the Necronomicon kept making less important appearances in each segment in his Necronomicon reviews, the last time resulted in him telling a abridged version of the next scene in angrish.
- Real Song Theme Tune: His first episode featured Mercyful Fate's Holy Water as his theme song, though with the second episode, it was switched to Progressive Metal band Bad Salad's Nemesis.
- The Stinger: At the end of the credits in each episode, there's always a little comment he'll make, such as warning to use condoms whenever doing a immortal David Warner. or wanting his own pet Cthulhu, but not the one from Neonomicon as they're too rapish for him.