And for some reason, people have a problem with it… Not that this surprises anyone.
This is a long and difficult post. However, I really need to get this off my chest.
A friend of mine and I had a good conversation a while back. It was about gender/race swapping comic book characters. He, as a black man, had some pretty good insights on the subject. Honestly, he’s one of the smartest geeks I know. He will beat you in quite a lot of comic book trivia. But ultimately his opinion boiled down to a simple truth;
If it doesn’t define the character, it doesn’t matter.
I’d never thought of it that way, but Continue reading
I will put this warning up here once again. This article will have **MANY SPOILERS**, so if you have not yet seen the second episode of Sherlock in season 3, do not read ahead (unless you don’t care about that sort of thing).
To start off, let me just say, this has been the Continue reading
Now, I’m very aware that Sherlock has not yet aired in the US. I would advise only reading this article if you have seen the new episode (series 3 – episode 1; aired January 1st, 2014) since there will be **SPOILERS**. Worry not, US Sherlock fans, the new episode will air on PBS on Sunday, January 19th, 2014.
WOW that opening pulled me in right away. Starting off showing Continue reading
UPDATE: A good question posed. It’s in the comments after the video.
This morning the BBC posted a 7 minute prequel/short leading up to the Day of the Doctor 50th Anniversary episode.
Nothing will be said here. After the cut, you’ll see the video. After the video will be a bit about my excitement. DON’T READ UNDERNEATH THE VIDEO IF YOU DON’T WANT A SPOILER!! OMG IT’S SO GOOD! CLICK ON HERE AND WATCH IT SO YOU CAN FREAK OUT WITH ME!
Stuart Ashen, the prolific British comedian and YouTube personality (who some of you Nerd-Base’rs may know from his dry, witty, irreverent and frequently hysterical reviews of downright terrible electronic games and dollar-store junk, via his POV camera on his old brown sofa) is crowd funding a full-length feature film!
Unlike his low-fi YouTube reviews, this will be a cinematic quality venture featuring a BBC-worthy script and some accomplished greats like Warwick Davis (Star Wars, Harry Potter) and Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf)!
Now, I’ve been a fan and follower of Ashens.com for many many years, and I will say without hesitation that the guy has spent countless hours delivering entertaining reviews of god-awful electronics. With that level of commitment (and masochism) to the entertainment of his viewership in mind I can’t help but think, Continue reading