Continue Reading Binge-Watch: How Netflix is like your Mother

Binge-Watch: How Netflix is like your Mother

For a long time we have had the ability to binge-watch TV shows, but really it has only been the past few years with the improvements to streaming services where society has made binge watching shows a social norm.  We go a little old school and talk about some of our first experiencing binge watching shows and then move on to more modern day experiences.  We talk about how the culture of binge watching has changed TV production, from Netflix…

Continue Reading July 15th Comicbook Review

July 15th Comicbook Review

Moon Knight #17 There is a shelter bringing in homeless that has room for everyone.  The catch is those that come in just have to do their part.  Moon Knight investigates and finds that it is being run in the name of khonshu.  A creepy lady claims to be another disciple of the God of Night Travelers, but her interpretations are different.  Moon Knight says she is wrong, and he will stop her.  But if she is right in her…

Continue Reading June 17th Comicbook Review

June 17th Comicbook Review

Old Man Logan #2 Old Man Logan crawls out if his part of Battle World and into the Age of Apocalypse part of Battle World.  Neither him nor the AoA X-men realize how he could be Logan, but have a different past from AoA Logan.  Unfortunately before they can sort it out Sabertooth tracks Old Logan.  Apocalypse and his Horsemen attack.  Overall I didn’t think I could like Old Man Logan more.  Then they took him to one of my…

May 20th Comicbooks Review

Convergence: New Teen Titans #2 Cyborg is kidnapped by Doom Patrol in hopes that they can use his power source to travel back to their time.  Starfire blames herself for not killing their leader when she had the chance.  Her and Nightwing argue over why she shouldn’t kill them.  When the team finds Cyborgs location an all out brawl ensues.  Starfire must decide if she is going to listen to instinct, or to Nightwing.  The earthquake that has affected all…

April 29th Comicbooks Review

Silk #3 Silk is throwing down with a dude looking like a dragon.  We find out Silk knows him from before, Pokemon Man.  After he throws a van on her we see a flashback to her being locked up.  Cindy kind of loses it on dragon dude.  He gives up and they have a heart to heart TN about why he is after her.  She helps him out with his situation only to be attacked by the baddy that sent…

March 18th 2015 comicbook review

Outcast #7 – It had been a while, so it took me a minute to remember what had happened. If you aren’t aware of Outcast it is written by Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), drawn by Paul Azaceta, and colored by Elizabeth Breitweiser (who is amazingly nice). The story is just getting rolling and Kirkman is doing a great job of establishing a base for a great series. Overall this issue was basically a stage setter, the end of act…