Get in on the scandalous awesomeness of Archie’s TV world.
My hope is reignited!
Mics are dropping all over Westeros this week.
So many things in this episode. So many spoilers in this podcast.
Recap & spoilers from the sixth season premiere of Game of Thrones!
This Wonder Woman animated clip is the best thing ever ... this week.
You know who has a better friendship than "Community" rock stars Troy and Abed? No one.
Mazel tov, dummies! Today, V. revels in Liz Lemonisms ... and says farewell to an icon. Her heart will go on, but maybe you should check and make sure.
V. shares the joy of Nickelodeon's new animated series, Legend of Korra!
E. rejoices about the return of Community with a few highlights from some of the geekiest episodes.
When I got wind of the TV show Once Upon a Time, I was instantly intrigued because of its surface similarities to Fables. Both revolve around fairy tale characters who have been exiled from their magical realm to ours, and that's excellent storytelling material. Obviously, a show on ABC Family and a comic book with … Continue reading G3 Review: Once Upon a Time
V. knows way more about Smallville than I do, but I was a fan of this show in its early days. Though poor Tom Welling has yet to don a cape, there have been some notable, full-costume appearances by major DC players. But since it's a TV show and not a big-screen blockbuster, Smallville has … Continue reading Sartorial Smallville: A Critique
Wonder Woman gets a costume upgrade for the TV series pilot.
Somewhere, Jim Lee is breathing a sigh of relief. While his Wonder Woman costume redesign ruffled the feathers of fans and the fashion-conscious public at large, he looks like Zac Posen compared to the person who unleashed this pleather horror of adult superstore chic here. As you already know, this is the first photo of … Continue reading Diana: Princess of Pleather
There’s some great work being done on television, and there are a number of shows I’d watch gladly before forking over $10 for a paint-by-numbers blockbuster. The big screen isn’t always superior, and lots of comic book characters would be well-served by a thoughtful TV vehicle. Just look at Smallville. And yet, when the story … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Wondy!