Greetings, citizens, from my least favourite country in the world: The Land of Dental Pain. It’s not pretty here. Consider this instead:
Are the three-day long flash flood warnings getting you down? Is hurricane season already upon you? How much do you hate climate change deniers right now?
Summer is a fantastic time for science fiction television, at least in quantity, if not in quality. Although I don’t intend to review any of these permanently, I put together an overview of four of the shows for your reference. I’m going to review them on their merits as shows, rather than referring back to any source material.
I moved to Alaska about four weeks ago without much of a plan. Here is a non-comprehensive list of things I have noticed or observed about my time in The Last Frontier.
Marvel announced Tuesday on The View (of all places) that in an upcoming comic series, Thor will be deemed unworthy of Mjolnir (or “mewmew” for any Kat Dennings fans out there), and the power will instead be bestowed on a previously unknown female earthling. The story will launch sometime in October with series writer Jason Aaron still at the helm.
Tees Maar Khan, a flop from 2010, was meant to be a blockbuster, not only in India by abroad. Instead, it was a goofy, affable, exploitive mess. It’s bright, colorful, funny, and intertextual. I’m not mad at Tees Maar Khan, just disappointed.