Monthly Archives: September 2013
TK422’s hard work finally pays off as he gets promoted and gets assigned to “Big-D.”
Look, everyone knows superheroes aren’t real. (And if you don’t, please seek professional help. No, seriously. Call someone. I’m actually concerned for you.) But everyone who follows the antics of their favorite 3-color dime-store hero has conjectured at least once, probably more, what a REAL superhero would be like. In this weekly article, I will […]
This PSA goes out to everyone in the world who has ever complained about the inaccuracy of auto-correct. TURN OFF AUTO-CORRECT AND LEARN HOW TO SPELL. I suffer from undiagnosed dyslexia and ADHD (that is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and I can spell “definitely” and “beautiful” without hesitating or second-guessing myself. I […]
Lonely trooper survived his accident at the Cantina and things are actually looking up for him…sort of.
Warner Brothers has announced that the Harry Potter film world will be expanded with a film version of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Fantastic Beasts is one of the textbooks from the Harry Potter world, and author Newt Scamander will be the main character. The film will not be a prequel or a […]
Speaking at BEA 2013 back in June, Neil Gaiman told the audience a story about when his son was small. Gaiman had done something fatherly (like tell him to go to bed) and his son informed him that he wished he didn’t have a dad. “I wish I had a…” he paused, trying to decide […]
Matt Smith started filming his last episode on Sunday, September 8. The cast returned to Cardiff on Friday for a read through of Moffat’s script for the Christmas special, with the BBC sharing a picture of Smith on their blog. Smith confirmed in an interview that he would be wearing a wig for the filming, […]
Today, we take a look at the third installment in Vin Diesel’s sci-fi franchise. Not a perfect film, but not exactly horrible either.
Dear all, I know that Tolkien is sacred, but personally I think that a comic take on his epic trilogy should exist and can produce quality. This is my take on the tale, the PROLOGUE. More is to come and I planned this as a series of short stories that condense the narrative of the […]