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Mar 4
10

Yeah, it was the biggest draw CBS All Access had, where were you? Boosted their subscribers way more than anything else did.

Mar 4
17

Yes! On both counts. It was a popular show, even if some TNG fans didn’t enjoy it.

Mar 4
13

It’s not out yet, but S2 is coming. Picard was far better than Discovery (not a high bar, admittedly), although the finale was a bit stupid.

Mar 3
1

I have both and I rarely use the regular iPad for reading (really, for hardly anything other than a remote control or my exercise bike). The screen’s just too small. If I want to read a novel or something, I’ll get out the Kindle. If it’s a journal paper or a magazine or a comic book, I can’t stand anything smaller Read more

Feb 28
2

There is something amazing about the book though. Romances are not the sort of book I normally read, but when I picked it up one evening I didn’t put it down till I was finished at 3am. I don’t know what it was but almost everything about the book felt perfect to me. 

Feb 16
8

Nevermind the fact if you use their argument in the inverse and imagine what an 80s gremlins animated prequel would have looked like it would’ve been some Rankin and Bass, saturday morning cartoon trash with a cast of never heard ofs. While we’re at it, B.D. Wong, while very talented, spent the better part of a decade Read more

Feb 16
26

What’s with this snarky ass article? Phoebe Cates and Hoyt Axton were both known performers at the time. Fast Times was before this for Christ’s sake. Corey Feldman did Friday the 13th the same year and launched a massive career for the next decade. Besides that, Gremlins merch still moves, Gremlins 2 is known enough Read more

Feb 16
17

The original movie had Pheobe Cates and Corey Feldman. While neither are big names now they certainly where when the movies came out. Also Howie Mandel voiced Gizmo. Your comment about actor clout doesn't quite add up

Feb 16
1

I don’t think I can go back from my 12.9" iPad Pro screen for comics. Marvel Unlimited comics look amazing, it’s nice and big and the resolution is insane. If I have my power bank with me, the battery will last for more than 24 hours screen on.

Feb 16
7

I’ve been doing Comixology for year on 10-inch screens and I can firmly say that anything SMALLER than 10 inches is NOT comfortable for reading comic books.  Trying to entertain the concept of something being great for comics that only offers 7 inches in absurd.

Feb 10
26

As I said to another commentator, I’m really really sorry you need a black person to give you specific examples and name names as if there isn’t literally over 100 years worth of examples of how aggressively and passive-aggressively black people have been maligned and treated horribly in industries dominated by white Read more

Feb 10
46

Yes, the right takeaway about all this is absolutely how Ray Fisher handled his claim. GFoH.

Feb 10
60

Yet more evidence that Joss Whedon is a complete POS. Color me unsurprised. I hope the industry drops him like a lead weight. There are plenty of talented people in Hollywood who aren’t horrible who can replace him tomorrow.

Feb 7
5

Yeah is there a reason everyone’s talking about the guitar smashing rather than the actual musical performance?

Feb 7
5

yeah i just thought it was corny i wasn’t worried about the guitar’s well-being.

Feb 7
29

Gen Xer here. To be honest I was put off by the fact that the whole thing seemed so staged and phony (and those tweets proved it definitely was). When Trent Reznor or Kurt Cobain smashed a guitar or a synthesizer, you could tell it was motivated by genuine emotion.

Feb 7
12

not gonna lie, i used to get really pissed when rock dudes would trash their guitars, mostly because they were really nice guitars..
and then there were bands like pearl jam, who would smash les pauls and stuff, and then turn around and be like ‘save the trees!’ Read more