No mention of “Spare Parts” from Tunnel of Love? Because I’m a sobbing mess by the time that song ends EVERY SINGLE FUCKING TIME.
The Daisy/Kree fight scene was superb. She’s a complete badass even without quaking. Be still my beating heart...
All I know is that from this point on, my favorite super hero is Phil Coulson, in the person of Clark Gregg. He’s the human being in this story (never mind the bionic arm), the moral compass with a wry sense of humor. The one who doesn’t need to be able to fly to be awesome.
I’m psyched that it’s back. I was hard on it—really hard on it—back in its first season. It felt like a waste of potential. But I’ve been a huge fan since season two, and last season blew me away with how good it was. (Ghost Rider! Madam Hydra!) This season’s had some really great character work, but I’m excited to…
“MILF Island” would be required viewing for me.
I saw Shannon perform this on stage (I want to say at Red Moon) and I’ve never been able to watch the movie (yet) because he terrified me so much in it.
You tellin’ me people get off watchin’ this dude’s shows?
I wonder if that power, the one that makes shadows of anything, is what
the monster form future Syd’s future uses to destroy everything. The one
of the multiverse branches when David becomes a monster that destroys
the world. I wonder if this is the timeline in which he destroys the world.
The music is so spot on with this show but tonight the music was as poignant as you could get for the proceedings.
Yeah, I had settled into the idea of the episode being a bit of a breather before what’s next - which of course it is - until halfway through when I went: “duh!” and realized it was an elegy.
It took me a while, but I got it: This is how the most powerful psychic in the world mourns his sister.
I’ve only seen it three times so far!
Here’s another angle: With Fury, Hill, and Coulson (presumably) gone due to his own “Let him Die” cliffhanger. Daisy becomes the defacto leader of S.H.I.E.L.D. and if not her, May. We know future May makes it. So here’s my pitch:
A much better proposition would be to take a page from the very comics that inspired these movies and series, and adopt a looser set of guidelines in which the TV shows don’t need to address the matter every time a giant wormhole appears in the sky, or whatever.
Have you seen the Brazilian sci-fi thriller 3%? According to Netflix, there’s a good chance you not only saw it, but binged it. The streaming behemoth’s 2017 statistics (at least, the ones it released to the public) included a list of the most-binged shows globally, and coming in at number two—ahead of The OA, …
Politics Corner - Free Space. The Top Story today is the same it’s been for the last couple of days, Kanye-gate. This is the most important thing happening in the world, but I don’t feel qualified to discuss it. So I’ll briefly update some other stuff.
^ Amen to all of this. Beer is for enjoying, and whether you like a 100+ IBU IPA or a raspberry blonde ale, it’s all good by me. Anyone who says different is trying too hard to prove themselves.
My hatred of IPAs is less about the beer itself (I agree with the article, Breckinridge Brewery’s Mango Mosaic IPA is pretty good). It’s more the types of people who like IPAs and turn it into a challenge - sort of like with hot sauce - where it’s like “Oh you like IPAs? Have you tried Brewery X’s…
Anyone who’s read Sean Howe’s Marvel Comics: The Untold Story or Blake Bell and Michael Vassallo’s The Secret History Of Marvel Comics knows there’s a rich background and involving narrative surrounding the creation of some of our most iconic and enduring superheroes. But a new exhibit makes a simpler argument:…