Selma isn’t a film that will be shown in grade school history classes. But it’s the film that *should* be shown in grade school history classes.
Another Friday, another episode of Avengers: Electric Rain. The stakes have never been higher, and it looks like Hydra is just getting started.
Looks like the gloves are coming off in episode 12 of Avengers: Electric Rain. We’ve got another Avenger in the mix, mention of S.H.I.E.L.D. probably coming in soon, and another villain to work with in the coming weeks.
2015 marks the 30th anniversary of the ‘DC vs Marvel’ crossover. We’ll be posting interviews with the creators in the days to come. Today: writer Ron Marz.
Marvel stunned the comic world yesterday with an announcement that the regular Marvel 616 universe would be no more as of May 2015. With…
For those with chronic illnesses who also happen to be geek, there’s another set of unique problems that you may find yourself contemplating at one time or other. This post will walk you through those problems, and suggest solutions for them.
An entertaining comic by Kel Symons (‘The Mercenary Sea’) and Nate Stockman from Image Comics. Set in a genre of swords and sorcery, ‘Reyn’ has compelling characters and rich, fantasy world to explore.
No bones about it. The seventeenth novel in the popular Temperance Brennan series is superbly entertaining and packed with Reichs’ usual penchant for scientific detail and accuracy.
You’ve been waiting for it. Here is Episode 11 of ‘Avengers: Electric Rain,’ as it pics up right where we left off in Episode 10.
While ‘Blackhat’ does hacking well and hints at the depths of cyberterrorism and a dichotomy of tangible and virtual threats, it’s primarily a stylish but dull thriller that never quite satisfies.
Yesterday one of my favorite bands, Debs & Errol, announced that they were going their separate ways. Needless to say, I am sad. Now, you have to understand why my love for this band is so fierce. Not only do I love their music, and not only did it help lift my spirits during a very difficult period, but I got to know the band members as people.
Yes… yes! I have waited a long time for this. As a friend of mine said: the Marvel era of Star Wars has begun …again.
In this mash-up by our latest musical discovery, Steamfaerie (@steamfaerie), the refrain from Elsa’s rousing proclamation of self-empowerment takes on a different context when juxtaposed against that perennial anthem to acceptance, The Beatles’ “Let It Be.”
I don’t pray, but today I did. And this is what I said.
Jo Walton’s latest novel, ‘The Just City,’ contains time travel, robots and Greek gods, yet its realistic characters—even the divinities—dominate the narrative with their personal struggles to achieve their “best selves.” This is Jo Walton’s strength—no matter how outlandish the setting, her characters always read as real people I want to get to know.