Don’t call it a reboot. At least you most likely won’t after watching this new The Powerpuff Girls clip. There doesn’t seem to be any typical rebooting type stuff going on actually. Most reboots want to change everything and we can’t really see much difference from the original series so far. It is just a clip though, so maybe there’s plenty of other bonfire changes that will set the Internet ablaze once the series airs. Check it out after the jump. (more…)
If you’re not watching Silicon Valley then you are missing out. Seriously, while most folks are paying for some form of an HBO subscription so they can watch Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley is the icing on that Dragons/FullFrontalNudity/JonSnowStabbing cake. Silicon Valley is well written and the actors are killing it. We can wholeheartedly recommend this show without reservations… you’re gonna like it. There’s math to prove it. (more…)
Back in the fall on The Walking Dead, Glenn died. He fell off a dumpster, pulled his “oh no, they’re eating my guts!” face whilst walkers feasted on entrails as he lay on the ground, and no one was able to raise him on the radio. When his name was removed from the opening credits for the next few weeks, it seemed only a matter of time before Maggie would have to chop his shuffling little head off. Then – SPOILERS – it turned out he wasn’t dead after all, and viewers were NOT happy. (more…)
Many people are still up in the air about the latest addition to the Arrowverse on The CW, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Perhaps this episode was the deciding factor. Last week, after the crew aboard the time ship Waverider survived another near death experience, we heard they would be heading to 1986, but specifics weren’t exactly given. This episode picks up moments after the close of last week’s, with the team making the jump to their new temporal location. As usual, the legends are tested in new ways and more is learned about some of the characters. To find out more, keep reading, but be warned, there are SPOILERS from here on out. Read at your own risk! (more…)
It was only a matter of time before this happened, to be honest: a talk show about nerds, nerd culture and the latest in pop culture was going to hit the airwaves before long and AMC took the lead after testing the waters with Comic Book Men by announcing Geeking Out, a 30-minute talk show hosted by die-hard nerd Kevin Smith and doomed superhero show producer Greg Grunberg. However, the show is just going to be one of the many other non-fiction (but nerd-themed) talk shows planned by the network for this coming season…
Fans have been waiting for what feels like forever to see the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead that is scheduled to air on Valentine’s Day. The hiatus seems to have been the longest in the history of dramatic television. But while fans are waiting for this weekend’s premiere, the cast has already started interviewing about the season finale, and what they have been saying sends chills down your spine and a serious fear of the future.
Fear the Walking Dead premiered with the highest ratings in cable history. Fans couldn’t seem to get enough of AMC’s original stories about the zombie apocalypse. Fear continued with the themes that fans love about the original series The Walking Dead. It also had one thing the original didn’t, the beginning.
Guardians of the Galaxy was perhaps the most ambitious film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For the most part, it was a separate story that had little to do with the Avengers’ events on Earth. The only real connections the film had to the MCU was a small role from Thanos and the appearance of an Infinity Stone. Other than those elements, the film felt quite distant from the rest of the universe, and fans are still wondering what role the Guardians will play in the big Infinity War that the franchise is building up to. While Thanos was confirmed to be absent form the sequel in January, perhaps Guardians of the Galaxy 2 will give a better idea of how the Guardians will get involved with the Avengers by expanding on the Infinity Stones. However, they won’t be in the sequel either.