There was certainly a lot wrong about Batman v. Superman – the plot, introduction of characters, the climax. The one thing that was in no way wrong (okay, maybe a few tiny exceptions) though was Wonder Woman. This introduction of the character said immediately that she was badass, didn’t care about anybody’s preconceived ideas, and she had been fighting for a long time to protect those she loved. She was Diana, princess of Themyscara. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Wonder Woman!
Life’s tough out there for an imaginary friend. It’s so scary out there even imagination can’t be trusted. At least, that’s what the world looks like in Syfy’s Happy. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Life is Tough Even When You’re Imaginary
Doctor Demento has been on air in some way or another since 1974, playing comedy and novelty music of all kinds ranging from Groucho Marx to Weird Al and everything in between and all around. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – The Doctor Is In!
For many years I felt I understood the basics of the original Star Wars trilogy, taking into consideration all different outlooks, including that of Dante and Randal in Clerks. Even with the recent collection From a Certain Point of View, I still did not consider one important factor that outlined the entire trilogy. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Lost in Space(d)
I find myself on occasion speaking in tongues when nobody is listening. Maybe sometimes when people are listening also, but that’s usually intentional because I’m intentionally speaking Minionese. For those who are not quite as hip to strange children’s animated movies, that is the language the small yellow creatures in Despicable Me speak (at least according to closed captioning). Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Brother Can You Spare a Minion?