Well, that was quick. Game of Thrones season 7 has already wrapped up, and I’m joined by Anthony and Casey to discuss it. Were any of our predictions correct? Find out who survived the season.
The Good Guys: Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo, Splinter, April O’Neil (All first appearance).
The Bad Guys: Bebop (Human), Rocksteady (Human), Bebop & Rocksteady’s Gang (Four Unnamed), Shredder, Foot Soldiers (All First Appearance)
And the Rest: Vernon Wells, Burne Thompson (First Appearance)
In a Half-Shell: April O’Neal reports on a wave of thefts to scientific operations. She is abandoned by her crew as an armed mob confronts her. She flees to the sewers where she is saved by four humanoid turtles. The turtles introduce April to their master, Splinter, and agree to help her investigation, leading them to a Ninja-themed shopping district. April investigates a security services building and is captured, then rescued by the turtles who flee the building as it is flooded to destruction. Splinter recognizes that the soldiers the turtles fought were garbed in the wear of the Foot Clan.
In this week’s episode, Anthony and J. R. are reviewing The Dark Tower movie, Jacob tells us about the X-Man Wallflower, and Casey gives us a minute recap of this past Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Beyond the Wall.”
In this episode, we are previewing WWE’s SummerSlam 2017, as well as some commentary on recent happenings on the shows. Casey has another minute recap of this past week’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Eastwatch.”
I don’t normally review the Telltale games for a couple of reasons. First, they’re episodic, and I don’t usually get around to playing them until they are all wrapped up, or will play one episode right before the next comes out. Then wait to play that one. Secondly, with the story choices, I feel like my gaming experience is going to be different than yours. But after playing episode one of Telltale’s second season of Batman, I thought I’d give it a go, because you all should play this game. Mild spoilers ahead. (more…)
Thinking about this movie frustrates me. There is no sense in tip-toeing around that fact. Leaving the theater, I was very frustrated with the movie. I was not frustrated by the movie not being a straight adaptation of The Gunslinger, although that will come up later on. I was not frustrated by any of the casting, as this is a fairly well acted movie. What frustrated me was the fact that the movie got so many of the small details correct, that it felt they lost sight of the larger picture. I am frustrated because it seems like this is a movie made for no one.
Since watching the movie, I kept asking myself, “would I have enjoyed this movie more if I had never read The Dark Tower series?” At first I thought, possibly, but I am not certain of that now. Sure, had I never read the books, I would not have entered the theater with any expectations of what the story could have been. However, I also think I may have been lost for much of the movie if I did not have any prior knowledge about who was appearing on screen and what they were doing. (Spoilers ahead.) (more…)
In this week’s episode, we’re discussing the early days of Peter David’s and Todd Nauck’s Young Justice series. Anthony had never read any of it, so we sat him down and forced him to. Well, not forced him to. More like gave him the opportunity to experience the greatness that is Young Justice. This episode covers the Book One collection that DC released back in April, Young Justice #1-7, plus some tie-ins. Also, Casey is back with a minute recap of the latest Game of Thrones episode, “Spoils of War.”