Seriously. Aside from the thing Coulson has and the confirmation (more or less) of who James is, and the obscure baddie - did you guys catch what Coulson was holding when everything was going down?
Really loved this week’s episode, especially for all the Marvel call-backs, but what does this mean going forward?
I didn’t hate it.
The Watchdogs brought a bunch of Marvel references with ‘em, both from the page and screen - what’d you guys find?
There are so many geeky things going on right now, it’s all a self-respecting quasi-journalist can do to play catch-up!
It’s never too early to start thinking about next season! Nor too late to look back on what’s already happened!
Seriously, who would’ve thought Fox could do it! All it took was almost no involvement from the producers and a complete lack of faith in the property! SPOILERS!
Dang it, sorry I was late - and when there were so many Marvel characters too!
Comic book references were few and far between this episode, but dang there was a lot of history mentioned.
Agent Carter delivered the kind of fan service it needed - it introduced a whole new set of Marvel Heroes! Now with UPDATES!
Did you notice The Donald? Or the Will Eisner connection? What’s up with these guys? What else was hidden in the clips so far?
I’ve never made a secret of my forbidden love for the most maligned Zelda game*, and thanks to Super Mario Maker the Adventure of Link can continue!
For decades now, pop culture – especially geek culture – has been focused on the hero’s journey. Every epic needs an amazing “origin” that fits Joseph Campbell’s monomythic mold – only, no such mold exists, and the ideas weren’t even Joseph Campbell’s to begin with.
To the makers of DC Comics movies: play to your strengths.
There's a free video game expo in Austin and you aren't there - but dozens of game developers are showing off their wares. Of particular interest: offline multiplayer games. Why plug into the net when friends can game from the same couch?
Last Wednesday a large Afircan antelope escaped from a South Texas zoo. Naturally, memes were born.
Trademark protection is a tricky thing, but many might assume the right to parody ensures that, at the very least, satires can get away with murder. In reality, it depends on which side has the biggest lawyers.