Arrow: The Promise
If one word could some up “The Promise” I would use action. There was so much action in this episode that the series had to literally build the Amazo for filming. Throughout the series, the action sequences have become more and more polished, but the sequences in this episode were on a completely different level.
Warning: Spoilers ahead!
After Rudely Long Wait, Hannibal is Back
Did you watch the season premiere of Hannibal last week? If not, I’m here to catch you up on everything that happened before the second episode comes on tonight!
We all know that Hannibal is one of the bloodiest and oftentimes most disgusting network television shows, but they really pushed the limits with the season premiere. From the nail-biter of an opening sequence to the river dam of bodies, the episode didn’t disappoint.
New Toy Story Theory: Did Jessie Once to Belong to Andy’s Mom?
A Toy Story fan has recently written a theory regarding Andy’s mom and Jessie’s previous owner that he says will blow your mind.
As background (as if you don’t remember), a girl named Emily used to own Jessie. When she outgrew toys, she gave Jessie away and the doll ends up in storage. But according to Jon Negroni, Jessie found her way to Emily’s son years later.
The Big Bang Theory – The Friendship Turbulence
The seventh season of The Big Bang Theory continues with “The Friendship Turbulence,” wherein we find out the history of the animosity between Howard and Sheldon. Can I just say right off that if you’re going to carry on a multi-year insult war with somebody, make sure it’s not someone with an eidetic memory? You may have forgotten what the feud was about, but, I can promise you, he hasn’t. And, if it’s Sheldon you’re dealing with, he’s going to take every opportunity to make you pay. He just won’t tell you why.
Indie Comics Spotlight- Tomb Raider, Shadows of Oblivion and One-Hit Wonder
Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Guilt #1
“We found Yamatai. But we lost most everything else.”
Lara Croft is one of the most enduring icons in pop culture today. She burst onto the scene way back in 1996 with tons of publicity and heralding a new age in lead characters. Almost countless games later, Crystal Dynamics recently decided to reboot the franchise and offer her a fresh start in Tomb Raider, a critically acclaimed return to roots for her and the franchise. Dark Horse is picking up that reboot torch and running with it in Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Guilt #1. The issue is written by Gail Simone, penciled by Nicolás Daniel Selma, inked by Juan Gedeon and colored by Michael Atiyeh.