Keep in mind that Thanos is now known throughout the galaxy as someone who goes to planets and wipes out half their populations. It makes sense the confederacy would assume that as soon as one of Thanos’ ships shows up, it means the Earth is next to be culled. It’s uncertain why they thought he would be heading to… Read more
I really, really hope that the last scene of the last episode is half of the SHIELD team getting dusted. And to make it even more tragic, I hope it’s Coulson, Deke, Mack, and Fitz. And then Daisy has to become Director of SHIELD in order to help the world cope with half the population disappearing. And then season six… Read more
Nah, that’s rubbish.In most fiction you ever watch, from Doctor Who to Die Hard, there is no chance that your protagonist will die. Even in supposedly brutal “anyone can die” series, death will only rear its head at very specific junctures in the plot.
Good stories aren’t about taking bets on whether a character lives… Read more
politically-correct social-justice-warrior bullshit is messing with casting choices ... the arts are the one place where any kind of choice needs to be acceptable and the work then must stand on its merits ... if someone wants to stage Othello with all gay, dwarf transvestites - go ahead ... or the Sound of Music with… Read more
No, it doesn’t suck. I would have been perfectly content to not see a walker for the first 2 or 3 episodes. The focus here is supposed to be the breakdown of society. In TWD we are thrown into things in media res, and that was the right choice for show they had no idea was going to make it. Read more
I really do not get all the shade being thrown at Major. He’s not dumb, he’s desperate. There is a difference. And his anger at Liv is entirely understandable. Yes, it was her choice to break off the engagement, as it was to keep her condition from him. But when he starts closing in on the truth about zombies and she… Read more
Abortion kills humans. Living humans. If an unborn baby, fetus, whatever you call it, isn't human, as pro-choice people claim, what is it? A few cells on Mars would be considered "life" but on Earth, amazingly, a human fetus isn't. I read a story about a woman who survived the attempt to abort her. So, because… Read more