Last time, I talked about how filmmaker James Cameron was hoping there would be “Avengers Fatigue,” meaning people would eventually tire of what he considered repetitive storylines.
Well, “Avengers Fatigue” didn’t happen this past weekend – in fact, far from it!
Every decade of pop culture has its indelible moments of foolishness, frippery and eminently mockable memories. The 1990s does not contain more that’s terrible, silly or indefensible than other decades, it just seems that way. Especially in terms of superhero costumes… Welcome to Ten Things!
The heat of the summer is building to a boiling point and we are all going crazy. We can’t even go to the beach, because the DC/Marvel feud has spilled over into the ocean. FIGHT!
If you hadn’t heard, we are off to Nerdtacular 2015 in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah – a place very far removed from the ocean, any ocean (though one (Matthew) could and probably will argue about the logic of the great Salt Lake), that it makes sense to talk fish-men this week. VOTE!
Two men, enter, one man leaves, it’s the slug fest you’ve always thought about, but never had the time to voice your opinion on… until now! FIGHT!
“Imperius Sex!” You can call me a comic book newb as I only started reading at the start of The New 52 after taking a series of Stephen’s classes last semester that immersed me into the culture. I wanted to branch out from DC and when I found out that Uncanny X-Men was getting a reboot renumbering I figured it was a snap call since I like starting a collection from #1. Can Uncanny X-Men deliver to a newb, or do I need to empty more of my wallet to follow the story?
As A.I.M. bee keepers extort money from San Francisco in order to prevent a earthquake, Magneto is hounded to make over his image. Will the City by the Bay fall into the sea? Will the Master of Magnetism bend to the will of a Publicist?