This week, Rhea and Destiny meet up at Blue Line Coffee to talk to Des Moines comic Dan Umthun (and silent “corporate sponsor” Martin) about the Iowa comedy scene and comic books! We recorded the first part of the episode in a parking lot downtown, where we battle the vicious streets to ramble about Arrested Development’s influence on current sitcoms, the beauty of breaking the fourth wall, and get a bit real.
Dinosaurs on a space ship. I’m in full Doctor Who mode after seeing the series 7 trailer yesterday.
I want to touch Malik Yoba’s chest. I love how bulky he is, like a brick wall. A really hot brick wall.
“I live in a four bedroom house with a BMW in the garage.” OH, REALLY? Then wwwwhhhhyyyyy are you hanging out at a vampire bar, you
This week, the Badland ladies recap Omaha Comedy Week, spoil the heck out of The Dark Knight Rises, and have a brief talk about women in hip-hop. We almost have a Kreayshawn fight, and discuss the importance of DIY comedy scenes, as well as the importance of a woman-driven superhero movie.
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.