[The following was originally posted on my blog]
I'm noticing more and more that I tend to look at the world through somewhat of a filter. Today for example. I read the Daily Beast "Cheat Sheet" every day for the headlines, and this morning I saw this:
"Ms. Marvel, the 1960s-era comic book heroine who inspired a generation of teenage girls as a crime-fighting former U.S. Air Force officer in an impossibly tight costume, is making a comeback. But in the iconic character’s next incarnation, she will look very different. The role of the previously blonde, blue-eyed Ms.…
I just finished Saga Volume 2....
It's a common theme in horror movies. In dangerous, high-tension situations, people always go back for their pet when they really absolutely should definitely not. Don't get me wrong - I love animals. When my co-wokers talk about their kids, I share adorable stories about my cats because in my mind, they're the same…
This is my first blog post, and I have no idea where is will appear or who will see it, but OMGAH Drax the Destroyer holding a wittle bitty baby Rocket!!! I'm dying.
So, my coworkers and I have been noticing that our water bottles are disappearing at night. Turns out, our building manager instructed the cleaners to throw away any open bottles on our desks. The reason? So we don't get ants. Water bottles. Now tell me, is that how you get ants?
New Kinja? New Odeck?? How do I io9?
Behold one of the greatest comic book covers EVER!
The only earthquake kit you'd need.
This scene, no matter how many times I've seen it, even after an exhausting and emotional night, will always manage to get a laugh out of me.
Quentin Tarantino walks you through the soundtrack to Django Unchained. The music really added a lot to the movie, and I'm impressed with how much thought the director puts into choosing these songs.
I need advice. My dad gifted me a Kindle Fire 7" for Christmas. I work in a library where most books are readily available to me already, so the only thing I would really be using the Kindle for is reading comics and graphic novels (We don't have a local shop in my town. It's terrible.). Low and behold, the Kindle…
Neil Gaiman, age 7, interviewed by the BBC about Scientology in 1968.
Sam Claflin possibly offered role of Finnick Odair and Amanda Plummer cast as Wiress for Catching Fire....
Exit Humanity. America 10 years after the Civil War... with zombies. The trailer is intriguing.