The end is nigh! Season 3 of the magicians draws to a close, but season 4 is confirmed, and it’s a good thing, because we are definitely going to need more.
Six keys in their possession and a brand new Penny, the group is closer than ever to fulfilling the quest, but the final key rests with the Faeries. In an unlikely turn, politics may be the answer.
Alternate reality fun time! I love an alternate reality story, and time travel. This is a little of both, which impressively manages to show us an alternate timeline while simultaneously adhering to continuity from previous seasons.
The final act is fast approaching, and five keys have been found. They’ve lost Penny, but gained Josh, while Julia has a mission of her own. Will the Magicians be able to make a deal to further their Quest?
Though they ultimately brought home the 4th key, everyone was in a pretty bad place after last week’s simultaneous foray into the underworld and the Library. Recap for episode 9 below!
The Quest for the Seven Keys has hit some road bumps along the way, but a good quest is never a simple affair. Eliot and Margo have lost control over their kingdom, but Quentin and Penny are working on a plan to retrieve the next key with some unlikely allies.
We’ve reached the halfway point of the season, and things are looking grim. Alice isn’t reacting well to Julia’s magic, Elliot and Margo are up to their necks in Faeries, Kady is institutionalized, Penny is still dead (or just Astral, depending on your point of view) and Dean Fogg is super cranky.
So far this season, we’ve followed the magicians’ adventures in a world without magic. They’ve gained a boat, but are on the verge of losing a kingdom. Three of the Seven Keys have been found, will Quentin be able to find another?
I’ve been clear on my general dislike for Penny, but even a Penny-centric episode of the Magicans is great. In fact, it may be the strongest episode yet.
Four episodes down and two keys in hand, what will A Life in the Day hold in store for the former students of Brakebills?
Most of the recap portion was saved as a draft, but all of the formatting and commentary were lost when I tried to publish, so forgive the lateness and bear with me if this gets messy as I try to recreate a couple hours of writing and thinking.
Last week, we followed our friends from Brakebills as they tried to cope in a world without magic. Everyone seemed to be in agreement that it sucks, so they set forth on a quest to get their damn magic back! Let’s see how that’s going...
You may call me Bluebeard, as you may have done for many years. My current moniker is very silly, but I’m still enjoying it.
I’ve been here a while. Some of you may vaguely know me. I’ve made it a point to never change my icon or screen name, to never hide from anything I’ve said here. I’ve earned a few stars, then stars were wiped, I earned them again, then stars went away. Somewhere along the line, people started posting vulgar…
This is a crushing blow. I love Star Trek, and I love Bryan Fuller’s work. Having him attached to the new series gave me hope that Star Trek could recover from the atrocity that is the Abrams Non-Trek garbage universe. He’s still a producer, and apparently “laid the groundwork” for the direction the show will take,…
First, the non-spoiler part of the presentation: I watched the first episode and posted a review, which you can check out if you like. I then watched the next two, and really started liking it more and more. I started writing up a recap, but didn’t follow through. I fell behind on the next few episodes then caught up…
Brain Dead premiered on CBS last night. Summer is coming, there is precious little on at the moment, so why not. I watched it once and will lay out the basics as I can recall them.
To preface: I have a theory about a potential direction Jon Snow’s fate could take in the show. This theory is informed by events in the books, though contains no spoilers for the show from the books.
I'm willing to bet some of you can make an awesome flake or two.
Captain Canuck was a character I was familiar with- that is to say, I knew he existed. I had a friend who would buy obscure back issues of things like Captain Britain, which at the time was unknown in US comic book stores and were found at conventions.