Gotham is ridiculous and entertaining because of it. Nothing ever happened on The Strain and it was infuriately boring somehow despite it being about a vampire apocalypse. The entire second season was about them finding a book. They didn’t even read the book.
i’m right here
Looks like Kinja still doesn’t play well with Scribd’s download function. But if you right-click on the download button and open it in in a new tab, you’ll instantly get the option.
Hey, guys. I approved the image, so you can direct your complaints to me. It was technically safe for work, so I didn’t think about it, but I understand the issue and apologize.
We get this a lot, actually, and I’d wondered myself if we had gotten too pessimistic. But I spent a few weeks combing through the archives and comparing them to today, and it honestly doesn’t seem to be the case.
As many things with the basic functionality of the program all the company’s sites use, we have zero ability to demand major changes. I can, however, pass your comments along, and shall.
VIRGIL ALWAYS. I love my classics, but my heart lies with Ancient Rome.
io9 is definitely different now than it was two years ago when Annalee and CJ were here. And it was very different five years ago, when I first started here. And it was, dare I say, vastly different than it was when the site began nearly 10 years ago (yep, the 10th anniversary is coming up soon).
So let me answer all 100 queries about the Giz Party: You 100 people were the only people clicking on the Gif Party.
Well, io9 never died, although I can certainly forgive you for thinking so when CJ left and we got absorbed into Gizmodo. And we that happened, we did have less posts to be sure—that’s because half our writers left; they were all science writers, who joined Gizmodo proper. And the reason all of io9's science coverage…
I had 100% forgotten they had ever existed
There must be a huge pile of corpses on that side of the pier, given it’s where EVERYONE does their premeditated murder.
They can actually be dead for quite a while and still come back, e.g. Jerome.
I know said music appreciation was totally subjective in a comment like five minutes ago, but “The Pina Colada Song” is objectively awful. As with most things, Joel and the’Bots know the score:
Me too. I imagine Tom Cavanaugh is delighted to do a new spin each season.
Music is so supremely subjective that it should go without saying this is purely my opinion, and your mileage may very. But I was requested to “show my work,” hence my explanation for my preference.