Why Shadowman is a good lead off for the VALIANT cinematic or TV universe. All up in your Boni-Face!
Not a review of The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch, book 3 of his Gentlemen Bastards series.
Netflix is good at picking up original shows, especially those that traditional networks back away from. Typically they become popular and all the rage like Orange is the New Black. … Continue reading Why I Love Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
This was a review I had elsewhere (from the 19th of this month) and brought over here, to go along with my recent take on The VALIANT #4 (a game changer), … Continue reading Matt Kindt’s Divinity Gauntlet | VALIANT Divinity #2 Review
I probably watch too many car shows. Check that, I definitely watch too many car shows. It started with Top Gear on BBC America and from there, it’s just morphed … Continue reading Attack of the Car Shows | Geek Girl Navigating the World
So as you can tell I’m pretty excited about what Lemire and Kindt are doing in recent happenings in VALIANT comics, but before the current VALIANT universe one of, if not … Continue reading From Valiant to Defiant Comics | The Lost History of David Lapham’s Mongrel
I’m half Japanese. I’m an american. I’ve lived in Japan for a lot of my earlier childhood and 1/4 of my life. I have land there. I knew ramen was … Continue reading Macross Cynicism Pause | Sony Pushes for Robotech Movie
Fans of alternative rock were hit with bad news when Scranton based band Breaking Benjamin broke up in 2011. The lead singer Ben Burnley faced legal issues with former band … Continue reading Is Breaking Benjamin Better with the New Line Up?
The VALIANT #4 came out this week from VALIANT comics and it’s about beginning and endings, life and death, mortality and eternity. Not of the miniseries, nor a story arc, … Continue reading The VALIANT Ends and why VALIANT is Comic Book Life – NOW
Sometimes, the English language plays along. A god-like king of dreams has died, and so there is a wake. Dreams, in the literal sense at least, die upon the dreamer’s … Continue reading The Wake: Part 1 by Neil Gaiman | Sandman Meditations
I remember reading a book, the first book I’d ever review online, called Meditations on Middle on Earth, which was collection of essays from the who’s who cast of fantasy authors … Continue reading Steven Erikson’s Malazan Book of the Fallen | Epic (final) Fantasy Mic Drop
Let me get out of this way, I role with James Luceno and I always will because he was 1/2 of the team that brought me Robotech in novel form … Continue reading STAR WARS Tarkin | Review
CW has release their juicy lineup for Supernatural‘s April 1st episode, “Inside Man”. The episode will find Jensen Ackles’ Dean finally catching up with Rowena (played by Ruth Connell) at long last. The two clearly have had some issues and have not had the chance to knock it all down until now. We of course are sure Dean will do well as he has proven himself before. As for Jared Padalecki & Misha Collins, we see Castiel and Sam working together to get to the bottom of the so-called Mark of Cain. Here is the official description CW has released.
“The Walking Dead” does it to me a lot. “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has done it twice in two years. “Supernatural” has gotten significantly better about it, but there was a span after the writer’s strike where they left me hanging entirely too often. Doing it pretty much killed “Flash Forward” before it ever really had a chance.
I’m talking about that increasingly more common long mid-season hiatus. For fans of a series, it’s the equivalent of ratings chicken. Will I tolerate this huge interruption in my favorite show, or will I get bored and frustrated and move on. In some cases, the answer is fans willing to wait and follow the show. In others, well, “Flash Forward” was already mentioned.