So, Variety announced today that Gal Gadot has been cast as Wonder Woman in the upcoming “Man of Steel” sequel, that will also feature Ben Affleck’s debut as Batman.
Bloggers beware! Watch out for BTA when you suddenly find yourself…oh god…popular….
I was excited to tune in to this week’s Fangasm, but would the impending drama stop me and others from continuing with the show? I thoroughly enjoyed the premiere, but […]
Hot on the heels of Syfy’s Heroes of Cosplay, comes a new show titled Fangasm, which follows seven super fans who move to LA and intern for Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo. One of the best things about the show is that it’s non-elimination, so these seven are here to stay (gods willing of course!).
Luckily, Regina herself gave me several quotes on the episode, including who her favorite intern is, so read on!
A quick run down of what I am excited for this year at San Diego Comic-Con
The actual full quote: “And I was like, ‘What if MJ is a dude?’ Why can’t we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality? It’s hardly even groundbreaking!…So why can’t he be gay? Why can’t he be into boys?”
Good question, Andrew Garfield. Why can’t Peter Parker be gay? Well, I’ll tell you why.
Like the perfect wine and cheese, the strudel with le crème, or the beer with another beer, watching the right two movies back to back can bring out the finer, subtler qualities in both. That’s why I’ve assembled a list of my personal suggestions for possible double-feature nights.
I know so many people, in and out of comic book fan circles, who don’t get the appeal of Superman, who discard him because of his status as “The Big Blue Boy Scout.” And yet at the same time, in comics, we see him (like many other characters) portrayed in completely different ways by every writer who approaches him. Who does get Superman at this point? Who is Superman, what is his place in our modern mythology?
“On Olympus, we measure Wisdom against Athena, Speed against Hermes, Power against Zeus. But we measure Courage… against Captain America.”
— Hercules, “Captain America #444″
Well, here’s the thing: most of the people I personally know who watch GoT are women. So, extrapolating from that anecdotal data, I have come to the conclusion that there are, like, twelve guys who watch Game of Thrones. I mean, in a perfect world, before writing something like this, I’d be able to look up actual facts that would completely disprove that theory, but we hardly live in a perfect world so we have to face the truth: dudes don’t watch Game of Thrones.
SamIAM reviews Man of Steel, his love of DC movies. His hatred for the last few DC cinematic ventures, and a fanboy love for Amy Adams.
SamIAM takes a look at some of the awesome Free RPGS available to games on FREE RPG DAY 2013!
After all, today marks the release of the much-anticipated The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys from Dark Horse comics. Written by Eisner Award winner Gerard Way and Shaun Simon, and with art by the amazing Becky Cloonan, the title has been teased since 2009 and is finally arriving in our dirty little hands.
So, I know you’re wondering, has the wait been worth it? Has our loyalty during our 4 year wait for Way’s return to comics (you know, while he was busy with that band of his) been rewarded?
Let Dad know you’ll love him to the bitter end…or lager end.
It’s a friday night, all of your mates are out on the town, clubbin’ it up. But that isn’t your scene is it? You would rather do something geeky, maybe some paper mache dragon’s eggs, or finishing up the last few chapters of your favorite fantasy novel. I have another suggestion, grab a few friends, hunt down some d20′s and let’s Pen and Paper RPG it up.
I can’t explain it, really. I wish I could point at one factor and say “that’s it! That’s why I don’t like it.” But I can’t. It’s more as if a million voices suddenly cried out “meh” and then were silenced.
Ever avoid a show because your scared of being sucked in to the scary pit that is the fandom?
Matt Smith shaved his head for a movie role. Do I care? The verdict is out. Probably.
Traditionally a defender of the geek, I take exception to reverse nerd judgement.
Class up a supermarket flower bouquet with this “elementary” idea.
Jen’s been exploring Soulpancake for years now and thinks you should, too. You know, if you so choose.
May 4th saw multiple things this past weekend – Star Wars day, the Kentucky Derby, and this RIDICULOUS mashup. Because my ridiculousness knows no bounds.
Max gets his plant nerd on this week. Come and join him planting plants called ‘Hankly Panky’, ‘Tiny Monster’, and ‘Lies and Lipstick’!
Wizard World comes to the City of Brotherly Love with a killer lineup for East Coast geeks
Jen and Max are back to give their brand of revolting review and revelry for last week’s episode of “Doctor Who”, the spooky ghost story ‘Hide”! Things are starting to get interesting!