Until I know otherwise, my headcanon is that Ellie returned to Jackson, knocked on Dina’s door, and got a big, teary hug. Dina says, “Is it over? Did you kill her?” and Ellie responds, “I didn’t kill her, but it’s over.” Read more
With all the talk about the toxicity of revenge or violence or whatever, I honestly think Naughty Dog’s thesis statement was something more along the lines of, Hey, maybe think twice before you drag people you care about into your personal bullshit. Read more
I don’t have any particular problems with the recommendations made, but it’s weird to discuss the classic cartoons of VRV and not even mention the literally hundreds of classic Looney Tunes and MGM shorts available on the service, not to mention virtually every classic Nick toon, dozens of Scooby Doo series, and… Read more
Little thing, but E3 was scheduled for June 9 - 11, not early July.
I don’t think its origin is known for sure, but if you figure The Matrix popularized it, and they openly stole it from Ghost in the Shell, it could be the three-point Superhero Landing.
Druckman didn’t just create a world for The Last of Us. He told a specific story that he’s clearly (and deservingly) very proud of and he’s excited to share that story with a whole new audience of people who don’t already know it.
They say getting two PhDs is like getting two drivers licenses. It doesn’t prove you’re twice as good of a driver, it just proves you can drive twice. If that’s the case, I suppose being “ABD” is like still being on your learner’s permit when you’re twenty.
I know it’s no guarantee of success, but I honestly could not have come up with a better scenario for this.
Saving people, hunting things. The family business.
How many people in the comments complaining that The Simpsons sucks now do you think have actually watched a new episode in the last five years?
Matt Selman (Executive Producer) actually discussed this on Twitter. Long story short, he wrote and produced a pilot for Comedy Central called The Vindicators 25 years ago, so he decided to use it even though he knew people would accuse him of stealing it from R&M. Read more
Holy shit, the 1930s singer is Blake Lewis. I haven’t thought about him in a decade. Can’t believe his “beatboxing suburban white boy” vibe didn’t really play outside of American Idol.
Covid-19 is not a bioweapon.