New day, new Flashbacks, new... wigs? Welcome back, Arrow. Now that we’re done with the Island flashback storyline (Did I just jinx it?) is time to deal with the fallout. Also with that sexy Slade beard. Although I feel the need to trim that almost-mullet on him. Come react, boys and girls!
And so we begin with the start of series twelve of Red Dwarf and this is an episode that really does feel like a step back into the classic era of the show. While much of series eleven was all over the place though good this one feels like a much better return to form for the show.
The brand-new, 100% real trailer for Thor: Ragnarok is totally here, courtesy of Jono and Ben, a
satirical totally real news and entertainment show from New Zealand.
The Doctor Who News website is reporting that a former Doctor has died, aged 87. Trevor Martin is the Time Lord in question, who although he was once considered for the role never played The Doctor on television.
I’ll admit this is a totally shameless attempt to crowdsource topics for me to cover in class. What math concepts do you find to be the most interesting or fun to work with. No idea is too big or too small.
Somewhere out there in cyberspace is an interview with Peter Milligan where he debates the futility in trying to recreate the Eagle’s flagship comic strip, Dan Dare. Part of me wants to yatter on about the ambition of such a strip, part concedes the point that Frank Hampson’s Pilot of the Future was a product of a…
When does a replica become real, when does an experience become real? Blade Runner 2049, the 2017 sequel to the 1982 classic, succeeds largely because of how it builds on these central questions from the original. But the great visuals and performances from attractive actors certainly don’t hurt.
Today Satedans start fighting each other and then a Satedan starts fighting a console.
After reading caseyjonescaseyjones’ short essay on the joy and surprise that comes from the story element of character writing, I was reminded that at the end of August, sci-fi publisher Lightspeed Magazine’s “Destroy” series, presented by the Hugo Award-winning Uncanny Magazine, announced a new anthology titled: “…
I like this cover. I like the writer. I like the plot. So, Imma buy me this comic.
We’ve reached the second round of the Horror Movie Villain Madness, and only 32 villainous villains remain to spread their villainy in the bracket. Which contenders will survive, and which ones will fall, like so many of their past victims?
Hello and welcome to WednesdayBookClub. Come, sit down. Pull up a chair and some snacks. Please keep on your clothes, as we got some complaints from the last time. You all know who you are. Let’s get started!
I don’t think this made it to the main page, but Gizmodo UK has a short overview of the six different versions of Shada - the lost finale from Tom Baker’s penultimate series of Doctor Who.
The X-Men have always been a metaphor for minorities, but aside from a few lines here and there (including the famous “Have you tried not being a mutant?”), the movies have pretty much glossed over that. To be fair, a lot of X-Men comics themselves gloss over the fact to simply try and tell compelling superhero…
For the past three days, I’ve been focusing on a personal project: A fun horror crime procedural with an eccentric cast of nutjobs. The idea has been cooking for well over a year now, and this is the first time I’ve felt confident enough to tackle it with all the zeal it deserves. I’m talking about characters.
So Thursday night, as I was trying to get ready for a religious event, I accidentially triggered myself (I’m not even sure if that’s a thing! That’s how out of nowhere and nonsensical it was) into a panic attack by getting frustration about getting dressed and laughing at SisterJuggler, causing me to cry every time I…
Holy forking shirtballs. Our merry band of forkups is back to do more time-shenanigans. Now that they broke time, this show seems to be getting even more ridiculous than before. Did you see THAT extended trailer?! React now.
The Flash is back! But Barry Allen is gone. How many episodes are we spending without him before they bring him back?! My guess is about 0.2 episodes. Just check the synopsis. Also, Not-Speedster-Main-Villain! I hope. React, you... reactors!