Supposedly this is the one. The producers are saying that tonight’s “The Bridge” is the episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” that puts it all together, all the subplots that have been running throughout start to make sense. Did they pull it off? We’ll see tonight as Agent Coulson recruits Mike Peterson, from the series pilot, to take on the evil mystery of Centipede. Join me, after the jump, for my thoughts on “The Bridge,” the show’s mid-season finale.
Marvel Comics has had the rights to Miracleman (or Marvelman, pick your poison) for quite some time now, and it’s been a waiting game to see what they do with the character. Wait no longer, as we see at least some of what they have in store – here we have our first look at the remastered MIRACLEMAN #1! Meet me after the jump for more…
Secrets were revealed last episode, but we are left with a mystery. Ichabod has a son! Yes, my little sleepy heads, a bouncy baby boy, but Katrina forgot to mention this little gem during her ghostly appearances to Ichabod. Abbie got the scoop on the birth through a vision while saving a socialite from a possessed tree. It might have been a rabid Ent. So, now we are left with oodles of questions. Will Ichabod learn the fate of his son? Why did Katrina keep the boy secret? Who will be the newest creature of the week? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
Biff Bam Pop’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guide – Guest Blog: Spencer From The Savvy Reader Suggests Some Great Reading Material
Every year, our pals at Harper Collins drop by with their reading recommendation for our Holiday Gift Guide. This year is no exception, as we welcome Spencer from The Savvy Reader, as he dishes on some prime choices for you this season!
As the holidays approach I know that there are people out there who just don’t know what kind of gifts to get for the special fanboy or girl in their life. Below you’ll see some great gift ideas that any fanboy or girl would be stoked to get. Hopefully this helps some folks out and may you all live long and prosper.
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Love or hate, I pay attention to everything that the filmmaking partnership of Lana and Andy Wachowski produces. I’m never indifferent to their work.
The first Matrix film blew me away. Not so much the sequels. I was befuddled by the still-stunning visuals of Speed Racer and absolutely adored the compelling V For Vendetta. I dug the action of Ninja Assassin and really enjoyed the complex and touching Cloud Atlas. But even while sitting in a theatre and watching one of their films, I always wondered what the next big Wachowski sci-fi storyline would be. Today, we finally get a glimpse.
Long spoken of, if only in quiet and careful conversation, the first trailer for next summer’s Jupiter Ascending dropped today. There isn’t even a poster for the film yet!
Starring Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, and the always-incredible Sean Bean (there’s even a small role given to director Terry Gilliam in the film), take a look at this hard-core sci-fi epic.
It’s only the first trailer, but will Jupiter Ascending be a hit or a miss? Let us know what you think in the comment section below!
I love being a part of the Biff Bam Pop! family and working for Andy Burns, I’ve had the opportunity to interview the most interesting people. Lane Garrison is playing the part of Clyde’s brother (Emile Hirsch), Buck Barrow, on December 8th and 9th as part of the Sony Television two night special with the History, A&E, and Lifetime simulcast of “Bonnie and Clyde” with Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger in the lead roles. Find out about Lane Garrison’s role after the jump.
Death. Destruction. Time travel. A rip in the space-time continuum. You can find it all in the gorgeous Age of Ultron Deluxe Hardcover edition from our friends at Marvel. Read on as to why this massive tome is ideal for the comic fan in your life this holiday season.
The Avengers are no strangers to time travel or timeborn threats, but this time they face not only the might of the sinister Doctor Doom, but also a timeline tampered with to make Doom master of the world, and the Avengers never formed. Find out what happens, along with me, when I review this week’s episode of “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” – “Planet Doom,” after the jump.