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 […]
What most people seem to remember about Buffy Summers: she wins a lot.
What most people seem to forget about Buffy Summers: she lost a lot.
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!
If you had told me six months ago that I would be balls deep in a CW show, I would have punched your face. A bad Buffy rip-off with very attractive male leads? Hard pass.
I’m sorry, DC Comics. It’s not you, it’s me.
Okay, that’s a fucking lie. It is you, it is totally you, it has been you for years and years and we keep trying to make this work and it just doesn’t. We’ve tried a trial separation and I came running back when you offered me flowers and chocolate and Gail Simone.
I’ve been going on this tirade on Twitter and generally raging about it for a day or so, and now I’m just gonna suck it up and run it here. In this article, I’m going to talk about Mark Millar’s recent statements, meaning there’s going to be some pretty frank discussion of rape, sexual assault and rape apology. I just want you to be aware in case any of these things might trigger you.
So, with that out of the way? Mark Millar just needs to shut the actual fuck up.
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.
US Navy Personnel call Xbox One policies “a sin against all service members.” And you know what? They’re right.
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.
A constructively critical look at critical critics…Wait, what?
Some updated post-reveal news from Xbox about the One and always-on
Traditionally a defender of the geek, I take exception to reverse nerd judgement.
In my hurry to write an article worth reading on this lazy Sunday, I received a text from my co-worker, on one of the few shows I recommended she watch: […]
Microsoft Studios’ Creative Director Adam Orth slung some arrogant and naive hash over always-on rumors for the next Xbox. Microsoft needs to start giving us answers, and not treat us like morons.
We/I/You often hear view points, many of them differing. One I feel we can all agree on is that many people feel books as a medium promote intellectualism in a more precise fashion than film/television/music (I will explain later why I include music with the visual mediums). Some people say that this is because books have a larger amount of material to present while film is restricted to a specific run time, forcing the exclusion of often inane, but colorful, details. These details create a unique palette that we all digest differently which paints a canvas of thought that each of us perceive in our own way.
Filmmakers take Shakespeare beyond The Globe and into new worlds.
A completely scientific explanation for the rise in depression rates among young adults and also a chance to revisit what was potentially a traumatic movie moment from your childhood.
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.
I got caught up in class work yesterday and missed my normal post day. =( So what is coming up from me in the future? I’d like to get back […]
The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie now has an April O’Neil. Ashly puts on her responsible film critic hat and writes a witty and well-thought-out reaction to this news.
I thought the creators of Borderlands could never do wrong….
Wait Wonder Woman is Marvel!? Stupid Girl…doesn’t know what she’s talking about!
Jenisaur spent her entire Tuesday mulling over her brand new Diamond Edition of Disney’s Peter Pan. Was it everything she imagined? Not really.
Sam really misses Eureka, here are just a few reasons why. There are only a few reasons because if he tried to list them all then there would never be any other articles except Eureka articles and that’s just unprofessional.
Out of ideas for this week’s blog, Ashly jumped into an alternate reality where Stan Lee was a girl and comics history was changed forever because of it. She then copied and pasted her column from that site to our world’s and…look, I’m not explaining the multiverse to you, just read it. And remember, it is all Gail Simone’s fault.