I just watched X-Men: Dark Phoenix. I cut my teeth on the Dark Phoenix saga when I was a youngling. It was an amazing experience. The story is still just as strong today as it was when it was first told. As an original fan of Claremont and Byrne's seminole epic tale of… Continue reading X-Men: Dark Phoenix
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I've been a fan of Legends of Tomorrow since it first aired. It was unique and quirky, in other words it shouldn't have ever existed. Fortunately there are execs at the CW who apparently are into taking chances. After all of these seasons Legends come and Legends go, and a few have made the… Continue reading Rewatch: Legends of Tomorrow
I cannot express how much I want to see what the folks over at the CW have instore for us with #Crisis on Infinite Earths. I don't usually get very excited about upcoming events but the scope of each of their #Crossover events has been expanding exponentially over the years and this one is… Continue reading Crisis on Infinite Earths
Mrs. Multiverse and I are in the middle of a Eureka re-watch, for the umpteenth time, and I just felt like I had to hop on here and blog about it. This show is just so awesome beyond words. It's entertaining and plays with some fun theoretical science. The cast's chemistry is wonderful and… Continue reading Eurᵉka Rewatch
You know them, and love them. The secondary characters from your favorite TV shows of years gone by. They always have an important key role to play, even though they may not be in every episode. They make the primary characters look good, even though they out shine them at times. Without further ado… Continue reading Top 10 Secondary TV Characters who were Primary in our Hearts
In this, the 14th episode of the 6th season, Mr. Nimoy explores the Futurist Lifestyle. Titled “Future Life“, it’s one of the handful of episodes that actually tackles ideas that have a concrete concepts. While I have fond and frightening memories of “In Search Of“, it had very little to do with exploring… Continue reading Leonard Nimoy’s “In Search Of: Future Life”