• Comics
    Valerie D’Orazio

    I was just made aware of something today. Something very interesting that there appears to be a secret cabal that lurks in the shadows too deprive or hold down the number of successful men writing comics. With a powerful and systematic campaign to publicly smear a single person. If your not sure what I’m referring […]

  • Agent Carter
    Some things you may have missed in Agent Carter

    Who is Leet Brannis? A question my fellow long time comic readers already recognize him as one of the criminal foes of The Whizzer. A small time crook and some time crime boss with a real longing for other peoples jewelry. In this adaptation however Leet Brannis is definitively a cog in the Leviathan operation and […]

  • Random
    The Curious Case Of George Crabtree

    As most of you may or may not have seen quite recently the big reveal in Season eight episode 14’s Murdoch Mysteries episode “Toronto’s girl problem”. In which it was revealed that the character of Dr. Emily Grace was a lesbian or at the very she was bi-sexual which at the time she would have […]

  • Star Trek
    Wait What!!??: Story logic

    I caught an old episode of Star Trek Voyager today Season 2 episode 21 “Deadlock” to be precise. I had a very powerful wait what moment. Harry Kim behind his console in the heat of battle announces we have 300 Vidiian intruders onboard. My head went askew as I recalled Voyager as a ship was […]

  • Comic Book
    Wait What!!?? Michael B Jordan VS. the colorline

    Since Micheal B Jordan’s casting announcement as Johnny Storm in Fox’s reboot of the Fantastic Four movies there has been a lot of back and forth about that decision. I personally have a very strong affection for Marvels first family and in all honesty seeing another FF film made not under the Marvel studios banner […]

  • Television
    In Review: “Leaked” Supergirl pilot.

    As some of you may or may not know the CBS pilot for Supergirl had “leaked” carrying on a fine tradition with the ilk of Arrow, Constantine and The Flash. Putting the great marketing debate aside for now let’s talk about this pilot which really should be the only thing that counts. The plot structure […]

  • Interweb
    Dear Kevin (@thatkevinsmith),

    Dear Kevin (@thatkevinsmith), It pains me to write this but to paraphrase you I have a certain voice and the internet is here for me exploit it. Please don’t take this as a lament of a nerdy guy sitting in his directors arm chair declaring what it’s good and whats not. I have been taken […]

  • Television
    The FlashPOINTless paradox

    I had the chance last night to catch up with the season finale of The Flash last night and must say I’m left with more questions then answers. Starting with why didn’t they even follow their own internal logic? The sin of Revolution as I’ve always called it. Full disclosure I’m not a true die […]

  • Arrow
    The Center Will Not Hold

    Hot off the heels of the CW’s announcement for their fall line up a thought had occurred to me after watching the sizzle reel for “legends of tomorrow” narrated by the great Victor Garber. Will the center hold on the DC television universe? This coming September were going to have not one not two not […]

  • Gotham
    Who Needs Gotham?

    When I first heard about Gotham going into to production my eye brow was raised. I mulled it over in my mind and thought well it would kind of be great to see a pre-Batman police procedural series featuring a plucky young Jim Gordon railing against the criminal element no matter where it lay. When […]

  • Comic Book
    Joss Whedon Vs. Phil Coulson Part 2

    As I start writing this today we’ve been dealt the “shocking” blow that Joss Whedon formerly @JossWhedon has left twitter… again. As some might recall he left a few months ago and only returned for fear of what would be his unloved child Much Ado About Nothing for the free promotion. What I really want […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Joss Whedon Vs. Phil Coulson

    This morning I read a recent Q&A Joss Whedon @josswhedon did with Dana Schwartz over at mental floss and I have to say some of his answers really raised my eye brows here and there. DS: People don’t really stay dead in Marvel movies. I think we’ve had to deal with Loki dying four, five, […]

  • Comics
    The Batgirl of it all.

    Lets talk about the Batgirl of it all, something I know a lot of people are getting very heated about right now a variant cover for Batgirl #41 as sired by Rafaeal Albuquerque. The tableau in question shows a very frightened Batgirl having that familiar rictus grin pained on her face in what appears to […]

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