Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and Now Avengers Infinity: War. Do We Need a “Book Readers” Only Thread and “Book Readers” Spoiler Warnings?

Book spoilers that spoil television series and movies. They can be quite the conundrum. How much do you say? Anything at all? Maybe the live action adaptation will go in a different direction, so is it okay to throw out a theory based on knowledge from the books as one possible direction for the televison show or…

Adult Swim Appears to be Broadcasting Its “Toonami” Anime Block in Japanese with English Subtitles (i.e. “Subbed” not “Dubbed”) for April Fool’s Day

Last year, for April Fool’s Day, Adult Swim dropped the Season 3 Premiere for “Rick and Morty” as a fantastic surprise. This year, starting at midnight, instead of the regularly scheduled episode of “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure”, an entirely different anime started airing instead! Not only that, but the name of this…

Three Different Anime Series That Tackle the Super Hero/Super Powers Genre (Plus Some Rambling Thoughts on Other Anime:  From “A.I.C.O Incarnation” to “Fate/Zero”)

Inspired by stellastar42’s “Junji Ito Collection” articles, I want to introduce people to three enjoyable anime series that tackle the “super hero/powers” genre, each with their own unique takes and well worth watching if you’re new to watching anime and looking for a good place to start. I also wanted to drop a few

The Right Person Died in Secret Empire #7: An Alternative Analysis of Secret Empire and Its Underlying Meaning

In response to Charles Pulliam-Moore’s post “It Looks Like The Wrong Person Died in Marvel’s Secret Empire” article, I wrote a partial version of this initially as a response, but it grew into a full article in its own right. I have cleaned it up, rewritten it, and added content. (Spoilers for Secret Empire #7.)

Walking Dead show lawsuit discovery proceedings turn up thousands of pages revealing rare glimpse into the machinery behind a "Golden Age of Television" production

The trove of papers is rife with obscene language (mainly from Frank Darabont), and shows how profit works in a specific industry where decisions are based in part on corporate and individual avarice. Whose greed is worse? The (alleged) book-cooking television series creative machine wing over at AMC or Darabont,…

Watch Russia's Astromech Unerringly Shoot a Whole Wall of Targets Like It's Bruce Willis in Last Man Standing

Over at Mashable, there’s a good article about Russia’s ISS-bound space robot being shown off via its extra-added ability to “double fist lethal hand cannons”. It’s the “perfect” way for the Russians to show off its complex motor function skills and software by having it blast away with unnerving accuracy. Yes, it…

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