Also, this was hands down my favorite homage in all of episode 4's goofy pastiches: Team Voltron posing like Himitsu Sentai Goranger and Choushinsei Flashman during their stage shows.
Bagsy not me, because there’s no way in hell I’d want to be the pasty-ass white guy who follows up the first female Doctor.
Different websites! Kinja approval is a site-by-site basis, so I think the only approval system we’re connected to is Gizmodo, as we’re a sub blog of the Gizmodo sight from a tech standpoint. I’m not going to even remotely pretend to be aware about how any of this works though, so that last bit may not be true.
The relationship we have is merely that AV Club happens to be in the same networks of sites as us. As a site with a much, much broader range of coverage than either ourselves, Kotaku, or Deadspin, and beyond into the other areas they regularly cover, there is space for them and the rest of us to co-exist under…
I would watch the fuck out of a new Fireball XL5, the Gerry Anderson supermarionation series he made before Thunderbirds. Hell, still have it be puppets and everything, a thoroughly quirky, retro scifi aesthetic but with modern production values and storytelling.
Wow, double posts! Thanks kinja.
I like it, with the caveats that I’m slowly beginning to learn to appreciate that it’s not the sort of ensemble piece Trek show right now that I’d really want (give me more Saru and Stamets and everyone else as well as all the good Michael stuff!). On its own merits, after the shaky pilot—CBS’s biggest mistake was how…
I’m drinking out of a mug shaped like a Porg right now, so suffice to say I’m indifferent on them.
I’m a really, really terrible fiction writer - theres a reason I studied literature instead of creative writing - but god... Spider-Man and The Flash are my favorite superheroes, so probably those?
Being owned by Univision has no influence on anything we write at all, because... well, that’s not how running a website works. Joe Univision (not a real person) doesn’t come down at 8am when we get in and say “Okay, today you’re writing about this comic book, this show, and this movie.” We look around for news in our…
That’s exactly what the game implies - which is, I assume, for simplicity’s sake. The Capcom characters all refer to “our universe” as a cohesive whole, whether it’s Chun-Li or Mega Man X.
It is by no means a particularly amazing movie, but I loved Power Rangers a lot more than most people did, which was shocking to me as someone immensely skeptical of the movie going into it. It’s a real bummer that there won’t be a sequel that can focus more on the action-y stuff now that the team is set up.
Part of it helps that you can always just italicise, err, it (or It!) so it’s not too weird.
It’s Captain America: The First Avenger and literally any of my colleagues who say otherwise are wrong.
We have to work with them a lot - I especially deal with people day to day for comics press (review copies, previews, access to creators, interviews, requesting comments). Like any other professional relationships they have their ups and downs that can differ from instance to instance: sometimes working with someone…
No one wants to read my creative writing. There’s a reason I’m a blogger and not a novelist.
The new Black Series Poe Dameron figure is out next month and there’s a good chance that it looks like Oscar Isaac instead of like a drunk Benicio Del Toro like his first one did, so that.
My posts are way too long so... a lot.
WHO NAMES THEIR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AFTER AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE KNOWN FOR GOING MAD CRAZY THAT’S NOT A GOOD IDEA
Still here, it would be nice to still have a paycheck then. Plus it means in some way the Earth is still around and we probably haven’t nuked ourselves into oblivion, that’s also nice.