If you haven’t seen or heard about the summoning of the specter of Johnny Depp at San Diego Comic-Con this week, you may at least have heard about the latest Fantastic Beasts trailer.
Hey, remember how the whole “DC Extended Universe” thing was never actually official and never used by Warner Brothers? Well, it turns out that they were just waiting to think up a better name and now they have: “the Worlds of DC.”
Tom Ellis is charming, funny, and sexy as Lucifer. If the show succeeds, it will be because he’s carrying it on his back. But everything else is pretty flat. What was really offputting though was the way every woman in it was treated. Here they are by order of appearance:
Dear Infernal Circle of Blue Dots, I'll have you know that my PJs are Batgirl PJs. P.S. I will update the joke screens as I notice them.
Yep, attendee preregistration for 2015 San Diego Comic-Con will begin at 9am on Saturday, November 8. Maybe this year the servers will handle the load, the true fen will get tickets, and the process will go smoothly.
The Nerd HQ Panel from SDCC! Joss couldn't make it because he hurt his knee but Nathan Fillion jumped in a gathered up some other Whedonites. THIS IS AMAZING!
I came across this little bit of information via a Jezebel article that did a round-up of SDCC news.
Wish I could be at SDCC but at least Marvel is live blogging it! Link below!
Take it from someone who worked at a comic shop: there's a percentage of our geek population that gets so excited about comics they forget to bathe. Put this population all in one giagantic room and add 85 degree San Diego weather, and it can make for a very unpleasant experience. Thankfully, through my years at the…
This might be the best poster I have seen for a animated movie ever. I want it so bad on my wall. Framed and everything. Right next to my Wonder Woman Rosie the riveter.
If Tetsuya Nomura could just go ahead and design all my tattoos from this point forward, that would be great. The bad ass action figure you see here was designed by him and debuted at SDCC. It is hands down the most dark, dramatic take on a Dark Knight action figure, and is noticeably absent zippers.
Why this song? Listen to those lyrics, man! It's all about love, and longing...yes, and Hobbits too. Look, it's a metaphor. They wrote about a lot of other stuff. Ahhhh, why am I arguing with a robot?
I'm heading out to San Diego on Monday. (Yes, early because I need some big girl vaca time.) I know there's some other Niners attending and that making get together plans is near impossible but its still fun to try!