Hello and welcome to WednesdayBookClub, everyone! My name is Geesejuggler and I actually read something this week. Let’s see if we can keep this going. Let’s get started!
I went to watch the new trailer for Legends of Tomorrow and found I couldn’t — instead of the imbedded trailer, it was just a random string of letters and numbers. So I went to YouTube and found it inexplicably down. This is, perhaps, the first time YouTube has gone down in decades, where it wasn’t a scheduled outage.
Seriously, what is Reeva’s power supposed to be? Welcome to the Gifted season 2 episode 4 “outMatched” spoilerific reaction thread, where you can share your thoughts on the show as it plays out or after it’s done.
I quite liked last episode, hopefully the season can retain the quality. Tonight we get Cicada. That’s all, mostly because I am feeling kinda lazy to write something witty or even look at the description! Let’s react.
Welcome back! The season opener was strong, hopefully the whole season is that good or better. I love that we are dealing with somewhat credible consequences to everything. Also, magic dreadlocks Khalil is back and seems to have become a stalker. Yay... Let’s react.
This post doesn’t exactly start with a bang. First on the docket we have...
Well, if you’re a scientist, lack a bit of imagination and have no clue about internet memes.... you call them *drummroll*:
OK, that’s not the title of the episode, it’s more how I feel the show has been lately. Hopefully they correct that this season. Also, if that’s a dadbod, I don’t like the new standard, IO9. Don’t take my hope away. Let’s react!
Batman’s Bookcase asked me for comic book recommendations, and there aren’t ever enough characters to contain all my feelings. Here’s an attempt.
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It’s probably not much of a secret around here that I’m a huge fan of October. I love the change in weather, the leaves turning color from green to browns, reds, and yellows, and it also contains my favorite holiday, Halloween. It’s always held a special place in my heart. My brother and I would run around…
Doctor Who is now more authentically African than Black Panther: exteriors for to-day’s new episode, “Ghost Monument”, were shot in South Africa, surpassing Black Panther, which was shot in South Korea and the United States. It certainly beats a quarry and helps give this second episode of the new Doctor Who season…
I will admit it: I was massively disappointed when Netflix cancelled Iron Fist. The second season had been such a massive improvement and I really wanted to see where the stories of Colleen Wing (the new Iron Fist) and Danny Rand (with his new chi-powered guns) went. Hopefully, Disney will pick up the show and give it…
New night, new season, hopefully better told stories! Welcome to Supergirl. Frankly I’m still deciding if I should finish the previous season before watching this one. I fell out of the show about 5 episodes before the season ended and nobody who watched seemed to enjoy it. So... get to reacting, people!
What do you get when you take a barren planet, an intergalactic race, and the Doctor and her gang lost with no way home? Turns out a pretty compelling if not perfect tale.
Move over Rebellion! A motherload of rare early edition comics have been found among thousands being catalogued at the University of Dundee library. While working on the archive American PhD student Hailey Austin has found publications that she describes as historically significant.
Indulging in some self-parody, Cowboy Bebop introduces a one-off rival for Spike named Andy, a flamboyant bounty hunter who wears the traditionally recognised accoutrements of a cowboy. Faye wryly remarks on how similar the two men actually are but the really interesting thing about this episode is in how different…
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It’s October and that means its the best time of the year for horror stories. Then again, any time of the year is good for a scare. You can find these frightening tales in books, movies, comics, and online. One creator who I’ve come to know is Aries, an artist who creates short story horror videos.