Oh, I meant to put this in with my other, longer answer on TAS but forgot. As far as the new stuff (Lower Decks and Prodigy) is concerned, my understanding is that they’re being treated as absolutely canon. Of course, the whole point of Lower Decks is that it’s about “one of Starfleet’s least-important vessels”, and… Read more
Historically, the canon status of the original animated series has been a matter of some debate. At the time it was made, it was treated as such by those who worked on it (which included numerous people who worked on the original series, including franchise creator Gene Roddenberry as well as numerous other writers… Read more
The anxiety this sort of shit causes me is something I’ve never experienced before. I mean, I’ve dealt with anxiety my entire life, but this absolute confirmation that I’m surrounded by fucking idiots and led by someone who would gladly kill literally everyone in the country if he thought it made him look good... it’s… Read more
If they’re using the GC books as source material, then they’re starting from a good place. If you’re considering that Batman exists in a world where cops really are critical in stopping violent crimes caused by murder clowns and crocodile men, then yeah, maybe it doesn’t necessarily translate to cop-porn. Read more
Got a free copy of Definitive Edition on Steam at least, which I can’t say for some other games.
This entire situation is absolutely insane and painful, and also incredibly unsurprising. I quit playing smash bros on a local competitive level years ago myself for similar issues. My first experience with the smash bros community at a small local event involved some weirdo repeatedly trying to show my friend and I,… Read more
I mean, it’s not really supposed to be a tactical, dynamic fight, it’s supposed to be a mad scramble just to stay alive while you unload every single bullet and pipe bomb you have into the thing. The game stocks you up plenty beforehand and there’s ammo littered everywhere in the environment where the fight takes… Read more
Sniffle... the Tick’s destiny was cut short far too early...
As far as recent superhero shows set in a city with unusual superheroes (some of which are direct references to popular Marvel/DC heroes) controlled by a sinister corporation produced by Amazon I’d rather have a third season of The Tick than a second of The Boys, but I’m still happy to have it.