This week there be doom.
The Captain Marvel trailer had just dropped when we recorded this episode–then we were suddenly transported to the 90s for a bit. Now that we’re back, hear what we thought about the trailer, why streaming services are allowed in the Emmy Awards, and we take some more listener emails!
The Tick! The Terror! Arthur! Stuff! Spoon!
In which Lisa tries to save bees and Mr. Burns tries to build a basketball arena.
There’s been a ton of news in the streaming video world: Netflix acquired Millarworld and lost Disney, then Robert Kirkman signed an exclusive deal with Amazon. What does it all mean for the future of geek content and how many monthly subscriptions are we going to have? Plus, we can’t let that fourth episode of Game of Thrones go by without talking about it, so we’re gabbing GoT once again!
Comic Bento finishes out its five book box with L.A. Banks’ Vampire Huntress. Now, apparently, Banks has written a series of novels set in this
The Big Blue Bug and his moth/accountant sidekick are back in another live action incarnation with a very different tone.
There’s a lot of TV out there, and sometimes I sound like I am repeating myself, but that was before and I just finished
Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History can be purchased right now, but if you’d like to see some of the amazing production
Deadline is reporting that a new series based on Tom Clancy’s famous Jack Ryan character has landed on Amazon as a straight to series