Matt Smith shaved his head for a movie role. Do I care? The verdict is out. Probably.
Jen and Max review “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS” and “The Crimson Horror” just in time for this week’s “Doctor Who”!!
Jen’s been exploring Soulpancake for years now and thinks you should, too. You know, if you so choose.
Sometimes you just get knocked over flat by something totally adorable on your facebook feed. Or maybe that just happens to Jenisaur. Either way…here’s why Squishables make Jen fall over all the time.
Jen and Max provide their own brand of refresher on last week’s episode of “Doctor Who”, with enough time for you to go back and re-watch before Saturday! This week they’re chock full of new theories about who Clara could be.
Sometimes you don’t know you needed a book until it comes across your desk for review, and then your life becomes complete and angels sing for you. That’s what happened to Jenisaur with “Swissted”.
This week Jen and Max review the newest episode of “Doctor Who”, admittedly a little late but no less enthusiastic. They probably need to get out more.
“Smash” is supposed to be many things, one of which should be “friend to the theatre professional”. Somewhere along the line, that message got lost. Maybe I’ll stop watching it and go back to watching “RENT” on a constant loop instead–at least Jesse L. Martin sings in that.
When human kiddos play dress up as adults, they try on mom’s high heels and dad’s suit and tie. What does a Pokémon do when they want to see what they’ll look like all grown up? Check it out in our newest artist spotlight.
Please excuse me for a moment while I rant about why TBS’ “King of the Nerds” did everything wrong and how I would do it differently.
“Seduction of the Innocent”, a new crime tale by Max Allan Collins (“Road to Perdition”), reads like the best of classic pulp fiction, but Collins grounds his fiction in the reality of the 1950s witch-hunt against the comic book industry for corrupting America’s youth. Now that the question of where Americans get their violent ideas is once again on everyone’s mind, Collins’ work of fiction is more social commentary than it may have intended.
Community’s “Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne” is now kind of available for download from Projecthawkthorne.com. You should check it out.
I’ve been promoting my Kickstarter all Month; now here’s a little insight into what Max and I will be DOING at the International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, and how you, too, can enter the glamorous world of esoteric academia!
Jenisaur spent her entire Tuesday mulling over her brand new Diamond Edition of Disney’s Peter Pan. Was it everything she imagined? Not really.
Jenisaur reads and reviews a brilliant bit of non-fiction by historian John Man, the history of the Ninja! “Ninja: 1,000 Years of the Shadow Warrior”. The book reveals the REAL history behind all the turtle-related lore.
Glee has (allegedly) ripped off Geek-Rocker Jonathan Coulton’s cover of “Baby Got Back”. It’s not bueno.
“Archer” comes back to FX this week, but if you need more Archer in your life, Jen recommends reading “How to Archer” in the interim.
Jenisaur highlights some of her favorite Harry Potter fanart on DeviantArt, by artist Lberghol
New Year’s makes some of us a little lazy; Jenisaur has fallen under the spell of Auld Lang Syne (is that a thing?) and today she’s sharing her reading goals for the new year.
Jenisaur reviews “The Tyrant of Mongo”, one of the three volumes from “The Complete Flash Gordon Library” by Titan Books. Spoiler alert: She is more than just pleased.
George Takei makes a special appearance in issue six of “Archie’s Pal Kevin Keller” and sends a message to readers of all ages that being different is all right.
Jenisaur shares her Christmas list with you so you’re not totally lost shopping for the other nerds in your life. (A likely excuse…)
The one thing I can definitively say about Sebastian Kadlecik, Lindsay Calhoon and John Bring’s “Penguins Vs. Possums” is this: I was not expecting that.
The first in a trilogy, “The Last Policeman” is a sci-fi take on a murder mystery novel. Twists and turns and impending apocalypse abound!
Jen wraps up series 7.1 with her heart-breaking review of the heart-breaking “Angels Take Manhattan”. The Ponds are out, and I’m sorry. I’m so, so sorry to see them go.