• Books
    Intergalactic Wizard Scout by Rodney Hartman

      Over the years I’ve read a couple of books and series that have started out well, but over the course of multiple books, gotten quite a bit “less good” and somewhat tedious.  Unfortunately, Intergalactic Wizard Scout is one of these in my opinion. While the writing itself is nothing to write home about, the […]

  • Agents of Shield
    Uprising – Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (S4E3)

    On the night of its season premiere, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. scored 3.44 million viewers overall, up from it season three finale that raked in just 3.03 million. However, the second episode the season didn’t fare as well, with a score of just 2.95 million viewers. That said, this time last year ABC was struggling to […]

  • Agents of Shield
    ‘Agents of SHIELD’: The Darkhold

    In a not unsurprising fashion, SHIELD is once again the tie-in to an upcoming big-screen Movie Adaptation (namely Doctor Strange). The second episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gives us a foothold into the supernatural in more ways than one. First, we have Ghost Rider, Robbie Reyes who told Daisy that he sold his soul to […]

  • Agents of Shield
    The Ghost – Agents of Shield

    Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is leaning hard on Ghost Rider joining in Season 4 as a hook to get people watching the show, so it makes sense that Gabriel Luna’s take on Robbie Reyes would be introduced right at the beginning of the premiere, “The Ghost.” It was the right choice not to force viewers […]

  • The Flash
    The Flashpoint Universe

    You might or might not know that the Season 2 finale of the Flash ended with Barry making an extremely fateful decision – namely re-writing history by choosing to save his parents from the Reverse Flash. What Barry didn’t take into account – or perhaps he did, and just didn’t care – is the impact […]

  • Agents of Shield
    Emancipation – AOS S3E20

    ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Emancipation TV Show Review. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., season 3, episode 20, ‘Emancipation,’ was a shell game, meant to shake up Hive’s (Brett Dalton) sense of certainty, but it may have gone a touch too far, in how Coulson’s (Clark Gregg) gambit may have played to fans, and in conveying just how […]

  • Science
    1,284 New Places for our Alien Overlords to call home!

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) – Astronomers have discovered 1,284 more planets beyond our solar system, with nine possibly in orbits suitable for surface water that could bolster the prospects of supporting life, scientists said on Tuesday. The announcement brings the total number of confirmed planets outside the solar system to 3,264. Called exoplanets, the bulk […]

  • Comic Book
    Captain America: Civil War

    The Avengers have faced some difficult opponents, either as a team or on their own: the Red Skull, Loki, the Mandarin, Ultron. However, in “Captain America: Civil War,” they face a new kind of enemy: each other. “Civil War” divides the Avengers, forcing them to align with either Iron Man or Captain America. Iron Man […]

  • Doctor Who
    Doctor Who’s New Companion Revealed

    The good Doctor himself, Doctor Who has been through innumerable casting changes. Since the sci-fi series has been on the air since 1963, we’ve seen a revolving door of actors take the role of the Time Lord. While the development of a new Doctor is always one of the most followed casting announcements, there is […]

  • Agents of Shield
    The Team

    Season 3 Episode 17: The Team ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ has so many twists and double-crosses this week that you’d almost swear it was a Shonda Rhimes show. I’m hyperventilating. Did that really just happen?! If this episode is any indication of the caliber of the finale, were in for a ride of epic proportions. Ok, […]

  • Supernatural
    Sex & Violence (Supernatural)

    Sex and Violence – Supernatural s4e14 In the fourteenth episode of the fourth season of Supernatural, a kind of sub-par episode turns into a massive Nope-fest. Intrigued? Adam Benson comes home late from work, to be met by his wife Vicki, making his dinner and teasing him about being late. Adam responds angrily. Vicki then […]

  • Books
    Firefight (Reckoners 2) – Brandon Sanderson

    Sanderson is prolific.  I’m sure you’ve heard that elsewhere if not just on this site & it’s really true.  Not only does he write some amazing fantasy series – The Mistborn & Stormlight Archives being great examples – he also managed to complete the (epic) Wheel of Time after the unfortunate death of Robert Jordan. […]

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  • Agents of Shield
    Many Heads, One Tail (S.H.I.E.L.D)

    This season of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD has been a tale of three narratives: the Inhumans storyline that has leaked over from last season; the HYDRA versus S.H.I.E.L.D angle that has been flowing through the season with varying degrees of effectiveness., the Fitz and Simmons storyline that has been this season’s anchor. This week, all of these plotlines […]

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