What would be the perfect show to put in NBC’s amazing Thursday night lineup after ‘Community’, ‘Parks and Recreation’, and ‘The Office’? Hint: the answer should never have been ‘Whitney’.
Do you love to get those little red envelopes in the mail in addition to streaming movies and shows straight to your TV? Well, get ready to pay nearly double for the “privilege” of doing both, as Netflix continues to limit choice and enrage its customers.
Marvel and DC’s recent attempts to reach out to the mainstream may in fact gain them a new crop of readers, but it also is alienating this longtime comic fan, as it may very well do to the readers who have followed their storylines and characters for years.
‘Gotham City Sirens’ is going away, which is probably for the best. However, what DC is doing to our favorite trio of villainesses is shocking and confusing. Between the shrunken costumes and switched allegiances, it just makes you want to scream “BLAARGH!”
Computer-generated special effects have made it possible to show pretty much anything on a movie screen, but has this digital revolution made the extraordinary too ordinary? Recent disturbing trends in CGI make this movie fan yearn for the days of old-school effects.
Advertising is essential in getting products noticed. So when comic publishers cry about a shrinking readership while not seeking out other means of advertising their books, who can they really blame but themselves?
The day may come when we won’t be seeing those awesome red envelopes in our mailboxes anymore, which greatly saddens this movie fan.
It’s a review wrapped inside a BLAARGH! wrapped inside a Taco Bell cheesy gordita. That last bit will only possibly make sense after reading the issue.
For those of you with the reading comprehension of a fetus, this story’s title was a “clever” play on the similarities between the names of the Punisher and Shelly’s infamous doctor. Worst of all? The name’s the best part of this whole literary abortion.
With a Fansproject upgrade to the Classics Hot Rod toy and a Masterpiece figure from Takara both on the horizon, I can’t help but ponder the Autobots’ one termer. Call him Rodimus Major, Hot Rodimus, or Protector if you must, but I’m talking about Rodimus Prime!