In the hands of a lesser writer, Other Kingdoms could easily have become twee and annoying. Matheson takes much of it in the direction of pure horror in both the fairy events and his descriptions of war.
We have free passes to The Dark Knight Rises to give away to five Pink Raygun readers (courtesy of Atomic City Comics).
The couture shows are so much fun because they aren’t beholden to such concepts as “hanger appeal” and “salability”. This is where fashion becomes art.
I was so damn excited for Alphas to come back. Like Battlestar Galactica season 2 levels of excitement. And I was not disappointed. Which is crazy, since we’re talking about Syfy, here.
I can’t tell if I was disengaged because the episode was lacking or because I’d finally broken down and watched the first hour of HBO’s Girls and was dealing with some thoughts like “This must be how mom felt watching Reality Bites” and “I look like a South Florida divorcee.”
“Gary should never represent autism. You can never portray a whole disorder with one character. Gary is just an individual within autism.”
Pam is becoming more nurturing and Tara….well, maybe Tara will finally get a chance to be the little girl she never got to be as a human.
The Dark Knight Rises wasn’t a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy and, moving forward, I don’t think I’m even going to consider it as part of Nolan’s Batman story. I’ll skip over it, just like I do with The Phantom Menace.
This week, on the eve of Omaha Comedy Week, the Badland ladies go on at length about Dark Knight Rises, cool stuff on Tumblr, problematic movies from the 70′s, and tell another nice Robert Downey Jr. story. Destiny gives her Sleepaway Camp feelings, Rhea doesn’t want to live in the Big Bird Cage, and a Marvel VS DC fight is narrowly avoided.