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Martha Thomases: Whatever It Is, She’s Against It

When Brooklyn Nine Nine won the Golden Globe for best television comedy on Sunday, my first thought was, “That’s the end of that.” I mean, I love the show. I thought the episode that came after the Globes on Tuesday was really funny (although I don’t want to see any romances develop within the department. Show More Summary

Martha Thomases: Saving Mr. Disney

Like so many kids of my generation, Walt Disney was my baby-sitter when I was a kid. “Uncle” Walt sometimes showed up on The Mickey Mouse Club. He was the genial host of The Wonderful World of Disney on Sunday nights. He was the bestower of Mickey and Minnie, Donald and Daisy, Goofy and all those amazing cartoons. Alas, I grew up, as kids tend to do. Show More Summary

New Who Review: The Day of the Doctor

It’s not often you get to describe an event as being fifty years in the making. even less so do you get to mean it.  Three Doctors in three timelines converge to give them all a chance to change a terrible moment in their collectiveShow More Summary

Marc Alan Fishman: The Shoot Promo on Comics

The professional wrestler C.M. Punk truly made his mark and broke free of the shackles of mid-card obscurity by way of his infamous pipe bomb shoot promo. For those not in-the-know, a shoot in wrestling is an interview (or soliloquy some of the time) wherein said grappler breaks the fourth wall. Show More Summary

Weekend Window-Closing Wrap Up: November 17, 2013

Once again, closing windows on my computer so you can open them up on yours. The Literary Darknet of Independent Publishing: “The invisible, generally unregulated ocean of written content coming onto the market from the self-publishing community is, in some ways, a literary equivalent of the Darknet. Show More Summary

John Ostrander: The Chicago Pizza Way

Ordinarily, I’m a big fan of Jon Stewart and The Daily Show. However, on last Wednesday’s night show, he took almost the whole second segment to castigate deep dish pizza, also known as Chicago-style pizza or just Chicago pizza. The whole flippin’ middle segment. I’m from Chicago. I love Chicago pizza. I’d like to refer Mr. Show More Summary

Wednesday Window-Closing Wrap Up: November 13, 2013

Closing windows on my computer so you can open them up on yours. Here we go: He’s the best he is at what he does, and what he does is oh so pretty: Proof that Wolverine is the greatest Disney princess of them all Aiming for the Scorpion Nebula, the Doctor instead lands on the beach at Brighton, and they are soon caught up in a mystery. Show More Summary

John Ostrander: That Time of Year

The other night, My Mary and I were looking for something to watch on the tube. She had recorded Fly Away Home, the 1996 film by Carroll Ballard, starring Jeff Daniels, Dana Delaney, Anna Pacquin and Terry Kinney. We’ve watched it many times and I think we even own a copy of it. Show More Summary

Spider-sense: Triggered by dumb musings, I guess?

Ads by Project Wonderful! Your ad could be here, right now. Spider-Man, 11/7/13 I mean … yes, he is? Everyone saw him? J. Jonah Jameson, you old rascal, I think you’ve finally found away to defeat Spider-Man: by just asking absurd counterfactual questions whenever anyone defends him. Show More Summary

Martha Thomases: Sweet Lou

Word of Lou Reed’s death spread across the Internet on Sunday. For me, it was Sunday afternoon, so I can’t make this allusion. Nor will I call it a perfect da y. That’s what Lou Reed was to me. From the time his first album came out, he provided not only a soundtrack for my life, but a running commentary. Show More Summary

Cartoon Hangover launches second season of Bravest Warriors

On October 17, one of the hottest animated series returns for a second season as Frederator Studios unleashes all new episodes of the breakout hit Bravest Warriors exclusively on its Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel. From Pendleton Ward,...Show More Summary

Emily S. Whitten: TMNT & Ciro Nieli & Greg Cipes

As promised in my New York Comic Con round-up  last week, this week I bring to you the awesome chats I had there with executive producer Ciro Nieli and Michelangelo voice actor Greg Cipes  of the current Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesShow More Summary

Martha Thomases: Terry Crews, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.

The fall television season isn’t the big deal it was when I was a kid, but it is still the time when a lot of new shows debut, a lot of old shows get a refurbishing, and a lot of Oscar-bait movies get advertised. The rules have changed. Show More Summary

Emily S. Whitten: Interview with Raphael Sbarge

Currently, actor Raphael Sbarge  is playing the character of psychiatrist Archie Hopper (a.k.a. Pinocchio’s conscience Jiminy Cricket) on the modern-day fairy tale show, Once Upon A Time, in which fairy tale characters have been transported to the “real world” town of Storybrooke, Maine, and robbed of their real memories by a powerful curse. Show More Summary

Emily S. Whitten: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – The Interviews!

It’s stating the obvious to say that the modern Marvel movie machine has managed both to churn out a slew of awesome, successful movies, and to not fall into the trap of assembly-line production – in other words, that the movies, while...Show More Summary

Martha Thomases: Conventional Fashion

As you read this, I’m riding the rails to Baltimore  for the Baltimore Comic Con, one of the more pleasant shows of the year. I expect to have a weekend of discovering new comics, seeing old friends, and spreading the word about ComicMix Pro Services. However, as I write this, instead of thinking about comics, I’m obsessing about what to pack. Show More Summary

BLACK MASK MAGAZINE: THE PIONEER OF THE HARDBOILED DETECTIVE

MysteriousPress.com’s Otto Penzler narrated this short history of Black Mask Magazine called The Pioneer of the Hardboiled Detective to promote the Open Road Media’s upcoming Black Mask ebook releases, set to launch August 27th. YouShow More Summary

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