I’ve been a fan of Tom King’s writing for some time now. (His Vision and Mister Miracle series were out of this world.) I’ve especially loved his Batman comics, which makes this issue such a disappointment. You can skip Batman #66, because nothing ****ing happens.
I don’t have time to get into it right now, but trust me. I’ve been curious about where Immortal Hulk was going since it debuted, and I love puny Banner and Hulk enough to go along in good faith. Chapter Five did not disappoint.
Spider-Man is one of the greatest comic book heroes of all time. Lord knows he’s been through the wringer on countless occasions. This latest turn feels disjointed. Let’s look at why. [Spoilers below.]
SOLO’s first weekend returns are being called disappointing, despite the fact that it’s cleared over $100M domestically. I’m not here to talk about that. I want to talk about how two truly interesting women couldn’t find anything to talk about besides Boys.
Since that first glimpse, I’ve been psyched to see Ready Player One. The trailer looked amazing. And to the movie’s credit, the movie delivered on those stunning visuals... It just let us down in a lot of other areas that mattered.
I’m two episodes in to Laeta Kalogridis’ amazing new series on Netflix, and I’m already amazed. Altered Carbon is what Scifi TV should aspire to. (Yes, specifically TV.) Strap in, it’s time to talk shop. No Spoilers.
My Nerds, I’ve recently finished a pair of projects: a horror script and a horror pilot. I’m looking for beta readers, folks wanting to take a look and provide some feedback.
A question has been bugging me for some time. Actually, make that a pair of questions, and there’s no clear answer in the movies (so far). I’d love to hear your thoughts on the matter.
While I thoroughly enjoyed The Last Jedi (enough to see it twice), there are things that went un-addressed in the film that I want to shed some light on. Things that bugged the hell out of me. Spoilers below.
There’s enormous pressure over the holidays to feel warmth, affection and joy. A great deal of bitterness can result if you don’t... as if there’s something wrong with you. I’m here to tell you that’s okay.
We bid the Twelfth Doctor goodbye this Christmas, and welcome his replacement: Lucky Thirteen. What better way to prepare for this than with a stroll down memory lane? Come along, it’s time we visited The Tenth Planet.
Anyone know a good clockmaker?
Welcome to Supervillain 101, a chance to look at the bad guys and their techniques. Expect a bit of critique and helpful advice on building your evil empire! Let’s dive in!
Tom King’s broad strokes approach to the Dark Knight has been one of the best parts of his run on Batman. He adheres to the spirit if not the letter of the canon and has managed to finally bring Batman and Catwoman together in a realistic, satisfying way. The Annual is simply divine.
The Mutant Dilemma in Marvel Comics has evolved over the years but has never strayed far from its course. Mutants are Different, and ordinary humans hate them. In X-Men Gold’s latest issue, Kitty Pryde finally asks someone why.
The first three episodes of the live action series Runaways have premiered on Hulu. After seeing all three, I’m still wondering if Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona’s comic book series works on TV. Evidence suggests it doesn’t.
Inspired by the challenge io9 published a few weeks ago, I wrote (and finally got around to recording) a ghost story in verse. Enjoy!
When a notion keeps popping into my head, the only solution is to write about it. I respect it if you don’t want to hear any more about Kevin Spacey, Louis CK, or any of the others wrapped up in scandal. That’s okay. Just stop reading.
Look. It’s not easy to establish a notable career in any field, let alone in one where literally everything you do will be pored over, examined and analyzed within an inch of its life. It’s hard. Just today, you might have even gotten some discouragement about doing your dream project, Hamlet. You know what? Keep…
Agatha Christie’s most famous murder mystery is returning to the silver screen this Friday under the direction of Kenneth Branagh. His adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express invites controversy before it even premieres, and it’s already getting mixed reviews. (Christie’s great novel was first published in 1934.…