I just watched Avengers 2.5 this morning, and wanted to share my feelings with people, but found out that one of my favorite movie reviewers, Vince Mancini at Filmdrunk, already articulated everything I thought, better than I could, with his review: “Captain America: Civil War’ Is Everything ‘Batman V Superman’ Wanted…
A month ago Serenada suggested doing a series of posts for comic books discussion, which would be oriented around actual excerpts of comics we enjoy or would want to recommend.
Turns out that Pod, like Bronn, has a knack for singing.
It confirms that this Gordon is a Gotham native, not from Chicago, and an optimist about his job from the get-go. Also him and Bullock are the first responders to the Wayne murders.
Can you believe that the version we got in broadcast was the edited and censored version?!
In response to the U.S. broadcast of Sherlock, "The Empty Hearse", and the episode's many explicit or implied references and call outs to the show's fanbase, Wired's Devon Malony has written about the distinction between being a 'fan-friendly show' and simply being a show with fan service.
... and I still can't get it out of my head.
I got around to playing Batman: Arkham Origins. Gameplay wise, it pretty much is what I expected it to be, which is an expansion pack of Arkham City rather than a true sequel. WB Montreal took a 'don't fix what isn't broke' approach so the exploration, combat, and mission structures are identical to Arkham City…
"It's simple, we kill The Doctor!..no wait..Batman!" by Nebezial
I laughed at these way more than I expected to. I mean the original scene was so hilarious to begin with...
Here is a Black Friday sale I think most of us can get behind.
The game comes out on Friday and I only now just started looking at the previews and official demos.
Odin has spent the past 2 weeks (Midgard time) mainlining Breaking Bad and through his mortal avatar, Sir Anthony Hopkins, sent an effusive letter to Bryan Cranston praising the recently ended series.
DC hyped up the newly announced Batman Eternal series (DC's 14th Bat-related ongoing for those keeping score) by revealing that Stephanie Brown will be returning to duty and making her post-Flashpoint debut in the 3rd issue, which will be written by James Tynion IV.
We're gonna need a bigger Jager...
In the spirit of the post about the incoming U.S. remake of Broadchruch from yesterday, I'd like to note that American t.v. isn't the only place where remaking awesome shows from a different country is in vogue.