Good question here! I have always assumed Aspen comics were just T&A fodder for audiences which didn’t include me, but that actually sounds like there’s a storyline and everything.
Starro is a GREAT idea. Particularly if the little starfish are teeny when they infect people (so that they can be hidden and nobody knows what’s going on) and then eventually grow into face-huggers.
Considering that Kitty and Piotr seemed to be rushing into marriage, Kitty deciding it wasn’t right seems actually to be the right decision. Now, as for Rogue and Gambit...well, they did get back together in Thompson’s excellent Rogue & Gambit mini and they have a history of impulsive decisions, so I’m perfectly okay…
I was gonna say. There’s something off about it. The toes are too short, aren’t spread enough and the podotheca (toe scales) are way too big and don’t reflect what we know thanks to fossils.
Very glad they are taking this First Person. I was never a fan of Witcher’s combat mechanics or overall “feel”. To me, while Witcher 1, 2, 3 improved over each installment, never did the movement mechanics and combat reach the same level as their dialogue, voice acting, graphics, and overall other gameplay (excluding…
These fuckers cannot and should not stop until there are saliva trails dangling between people’s lips.
I loved her for that reason, too. However, I’ve always gravitated to the ‘nobodies’ in grand tales. I am addicted to the Rosencrantz & Guildensterns of the storytelling world.
I wouldn’t mind a movie with Rose as the lead character. She was my favorite part of The Last Jedi. She wasn’t a Jedi. She wasn’t a super fighter pilot. She wasn’t a general. She was just a grunt. An engineer doing her best to keep the ships in working order, but she was going to be damned if she was going to let…
The idea that Kelly Marie Tran, the charming actress who played Rose Tico in The Last Jedi, would get such hate for her role that she would possibly leave social media for it, is tragic by way of infuriating.
This is an obvious one for me, just because of the theme song.
If you’ve spent literally any time on the internet interacting with fans of pretty much any genre franchise, like Ghostbusters, Star Trek, or Star Wars, then you know that what begins as an impassioned debate can quickly descend into hostile, vitriolic trolling.
The Falcon’s Navicomputer recommended Bespin in Empire.... did she just want to go back to Lando?
Can you imagine the levels of existential dread that being junked on Jakku with no company whatsoever inflicted whatever part of L3-37 is still alive?
This is tough for me. On the one hand, within the current story - she was dead, now she isn’t. For much of her second life, she’s out fighting the good fight in her own way (though I agree she wouldn’t be happy with some of the things she sees).
On the other hand, it brings up some troubling subtext. Han hits her…
Maybe that’s why the Falcon always seems to malfunction at the worst times.
Brought to mind the elevators/lifts that could see a limited time into the future in Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. They could see only as far to know which floor they needed to be on as you walked up to it, so the elevator was always ready & waiting for you. It was considered the most dismal existence in the…
Yeah, I was struck by the fact that the Kasdans introduce L3 as a figure of droid liberation and then end up using her brain as spare parts. Kind of an ignominious way to go.