Category Archives: TV

Looking Ahead To 2017!

27046534534059ff73a97ojpg-bf6797_765wWell, we made it. 2016 is now in the rearview mirror, and it’s full steam ahead to 2017. While this year will still feature some trying times for some of us, at least there will be plenty of things to distract us from reality. In fact, you might think that there’s TOO much stuff to distract us coming in 2017. Luckily for you, I’ve got my most anticipated things coming our way in 2017 to help you figure what you should really get excited for! Read the rest of this entry

Best of 2016!

deadpool-best-movies-2016.jpgWell, we’ve slogged through the worst of the year, and now it’s on to the best. These are the comics, movies, TV shows, and other assorted media that helped take the sting of our darkest timeline off my mind for a little while. Perhaps they helped you, or you can discover them for yourself if you need them. Read the rest of this entry

Oh The (In)Humani(TV)!

inhumansPoor, poor Inhumans, you never really had a chance, did you?

With the recent news that Marvel’s Inhumans movie will no longer be a movie and instead move to ABC as an 8 episode TV show, it’s hard to feel anything but a “shrug” over Marvel’s Royal Family. The last thing I’ll admit about Inhumans is being surprised. Okay, actually I take that back: I’m surprised that it’s going to be a TV show, but I’m not surprised that it’s not going to be a movie, even though this new IMAX deal for the first two episodes doesn’t “take the place of the previously unscheduled Inhumans movie” (confused? ME TOO!). Read the rest of this entry

TV Review: Westworld

1274080_mkt_pa_westworld-s1_po_v1_pTV REVIEW:

Westworld, Season 1, Episode 1

Holy Crap.

That’s all I can really say after watching Westworld, the latest HBO series that’s most likely the heir to Game of Thrones. Based on the 1973 Michael Crichton movie of the same name, Westworld is far more than just “Jurassic Park with robots”. The Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy series is a sharp, beautiful, and shocking look into the nature of man and machine that will blow away any and all expectations. Read the rest of this entry

TV Review: Daredevil Season 2!

Daredevil_season_2Daredevil 

Starring: Charlie Cox, Jon Bernthal, Elodie Yung, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson

MINOR SPOILERS

Daredevil made quite the splash last year as the first of Marvel Studios’ projects with Netflix, and many were surprised that a second season would hit before Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Defenders, the Avengers-esque team up with the Marvel Netflix properties (which also includes Jessica Jones, which premiered back in November). If Daredevil season one was Marvel’s Batman Begins, then this is their Dark Knight or Empire Strikes Back, expanding the scope of the series to include new characters, enemies, and more for Matt Murdock and his supporting cast to do. Read the rest of this entry

2016 Nerd Preview!

maxresdefault2015 is in the rearview, and now it’s full steam ahead to 2016. If you thought 2015 had a ton of crazy nerd stuff heading your way, just wait till you see what 2016 has up its sleeve. With so much stuff coming out, it’s a little overwhelming. What’s that? You want my help? Well, I’m glad you asked! Without further ado, here’s the stuff I’m most looking forward to in 2016! Read the rest of this entry

TV Review: Jessica Jones

downloadThe second series to come from Marvel Studios and Netflix, Jessica Jones doesn’t have as much hype surrounding it like Daredevil did. Jessica Jones is a relatively new character when it comes to the Marvel line, and unlike the Man Without Fear, she didn’t have a movie in the early 2000’s to boost her profile with “normies”. Despite this, Jessica Jones not only stands toe to toe with Matt Murdock’s series from earlier in the year, it completely stands on it’s on. Read the rest of this entry

The Read Pile: Alias

download (1)Confession time, folks: until a month or two ago, I had never read Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos’ Alias series. It slipped through the cracks, mainly because it was at it’s height when I was in high school and college, where the only books I was reading were ­Spider-Man and Batman comics. I’ve long heard of how incredible the series is, and with the upcoming Jessica Jones series hitting Netflix, I decided it was high time that I splurged on the omnibus edition. Now that I’ve finished it, I figured I’d dust off the ol’ “Read Pile” and give it a new installment. Read the rest of this entry

New York Comic Con Wrap Up!

new-york-comic-conNew York Comic Con has wrapped up for another year, and unlike San Diego Comic Con there was actually a good amount of comic book related news to come out of the con. From Dark Horse announcing comics based on James Cameron’s Avatar to Mark Hamill returning to the The Flash, there were a lot of really cool announcements for both comics and comic book based media. So without further ado, here’s a rundown of all of the big news to come out of this year’s NYCC! Read the rest of this entry

Craw County Comes To TV!

1389855519000-SB-01-COVER-COLOR-PREVIEWS-It’s always exciting when something you’ve been saying SHOULD happen finally does. Case in point: late Thursday night it was announced that Southern Bastards, a title that I’ve longed thought could be an excellent TV show, was being prepped to air on the FX Network. FX has made a name for themselves with gritty and dark shows like The Shield, Sons of Anarchy, Justified, and Rescue Me, and in all honesty it’s an ideal fit for the world that Jason Aaron and Jason Latour have created for their Image Comics title. Read the rest of this entry